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Posted On: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 08:47

The following information pertains to students who participated in Biology, Algebra 1 and English 10 ISTEP+ exam:  

Beginning June 19th students' preliminary Spring 2017 ISTEP+ results will be available for parents to review through the ISTEP+ Parent Portal. Through the Parent Portal, parents will be able to review student’s current score, performance level (Pass+, Pass, or Did Not Pass), and written responses to ISTEP+ Part 1 questions for each subject area of your student’s test. After reviewing this information, parents may also request that their student’s response to one or more questions from ISTEP+ Part 1 be rescored.

You can access your claim code by the following:

From the parent portal:

  1. Select the high school student
  2. On the left side of the screen find and click on the option  for “Pearson Claim Code”
  3. The claim code will appear under the “Value”.  It is case sensitive and needs to be typed exactly as listed.

For more information please reference the following letter from Franklin Township Office of Assessment. 

ISTEP+ SPRING RESULTS INFORMATION LETTER

ISTEP+ SPRING RESULTS INFORMATION LETTER (SPANISH)

Posted On: Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 09:03

Free and Reduced Price Meals Application

School Year 2017-2018 Application will be available online

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Posted On: Monday, June 5, 2017 - 08:37

Please refer to the attached document for an important notice regarding discrimination and services offered by Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Discrimination is against the law

Attached Documents:

Discrimination is Against the Law

Posted On: Friday, February 10, 2017 - 08:04

The IN State Dept. of Health has released the new immunization requirements for school in a 2 year plan to help you plan for what is needed for school. 

What this means for students:

6th graders need shots for attending school in the fall.  Tdap and MCV4 are required.  Hep A should be started for the requirement the following year. 

Current juniors need the second MCV4 for senior year, and MenB is recommended along with Hep A.  Please call your provider now, as these changes impact doctor’s offices and appointment availability.  Seniors are expected to have the shots the first day of school, as there is ample time to obtain the immunizations.  

Posted On: Monday, May 9, 2016 - 13:35

It is hard to believe that we have almost reached the end of the 2015 - 2016 school year.  We are now planning for the next school year.  We know that there are going to be a great number of changes this summer before we start back to school on July 27.  If you know that you are going to have a change of address, phone number, or need to modify the information that you have on file, you can now do it online through Infinite Campus.  In order to access this feature you MUST have signed up for access to the parent portal.  If you follow this link:  http://www.ftcsc.k12.in.us/it/32 you will be directed to the IC page.  Once you have access to the portal, please make sure you read the District Announcement Section.

Posted On: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 - 15:27

It is amazing what can be found when spending some time on Google.  Most recently we discovered that the official holiday for New Year’s Day in 2017 will be on January 2!  The approved calendar for the 16-17 school year indicated that students in Franklin Township would be returning to school on that day after the winter break.  This new information has caused a shift of days in the calendar.

The link to the calendar shown below will take you to the new version of the calendar with the corrections.  The modification is that students WILL attend school on Friday, December 16.  The teacher work day has been moved to Monday, December 19, 2016.  With this change, students and staff will return to school on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.

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Posted On: 2017-06-19

The Indiana Department of Education announced the 2016 Advanced Placement (AP) Award Recipients. To be selected, schools must have at least 25 percent of their 2016 graduating class receiving a 3, 4, or 5 on an AP exam. “Research tells us time and again taking and passing AP courses prepares students for the rigors of the college classroom,” said Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction. “I am pleased with the dedication these schools and their educators have shown in providing a head start into higher education for their students. I applaud the success of each student who worked hard to study and pass their advanced placement courses and exams.” AP is a research-backed method to facilitate student participation and success through delivery of college-level courses and corresponding exams in the high school setting. Qualified students who pass AP courses enroll in college at higher rates than other groups of students, require significantly less remediation, and have higher average first year grade point averages and credit hours earned than other groups of students. For the 2015-16 school year, 11,904 graduating students passed at least one AP exam with a 3 or better. This is an increase of six percent over the year prior, and an increase of 114 percent in the past 10 years. An award ceremony took place on June 14, 2017, from 1:30-in the North Atrium of the Indiana Statehouse. Pictured with the Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Jennifer McCormick is Franklin Township Community Schools Interim Superintendent, David Shaffer, Indiana Representative Mike Speedy and Franklin Central High School Principal, Kevin Koers For a complete list of awarded schools, please visit: www.doe.in.gov/sites/default/files/news/ap_recognition_event.pdf.

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Posted On: 2017-05-26

It is always great to go out on a high note! As the school year ends, we have just been notified that Franklin Central has been awarded 4 Star School status for the 2016 – 2017 school year by the Indiana Department of Education! This puts Franklin Central as one of the top high schools in Indiana! Franklin Central is the only public high school in Marion County to earn the 4 Star School Award. Here is the criteria for earning this award: A school must have received an “A” school for the 2015-16 school year • A school must have tested at least 95% of students on ISTEP English/Language Arts and Math. • 2018 Cohort Combined ECA Pass Percentage (Percent of students who had passed English 10 ECA + Percent of students who had passed Algebra I ECA by end of 10th Grade) must be in the Top 25th Percentile. (minimum of 10 students) • 2018 Cohort Percent Passing Both ECA (Percent of students who passed both the English 10 ECA and the Algebra I ECA by the end of their 10th Grade) must be in the Top 25% Percentile (minimum of 10 Students) Congratulations on a job well done!

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Posted On: 2017-05-26

Last night the boys track and field team competed at the Warren Central Regional meet. The Flashes competed tough in 11 of the 16 events to finish a respectable 6th place overall as a team. All the athletes put in solid performances to help us finish 6th. With that being said, the following individuals stepped up to the challenge and punched their ticket to the IHSAA State Finals! 4x800 M Relay - Trey Perry, Mitchell Parrish, Noah Amberger, and Michael Parrish - Finished 2nd place overall, and running a 10 sec PR (8:09) to start the night off with a bang. 100 M Dash - Kyle Markland - Finished 4th place overall, but ran the State Standard 11.05 in the Finals. Ran 10.93 in the Prelims to put him tied for 2nd all-time in school history in the 100 M Dash 200 M Dash - Kyle Markland - Finished 4th place overall, but ran fast enough (22.46) to get a callback. This time puts him 9th all-time in school history in the 200 M Dash 110 M Hurdles - Raekwon Wilkins - Finished 4th place overall, but ran 14.68 which is faster than the State Standard (14.81) to qualify. Other quality performances were put in by Kendal Kendrick who finished 4th, just missing qualifying by 5 inches. Malachi Quarles who PR'd in the 300 M Hurdles running 40.23 which lowers his 2nd fastest time in school history in that event. The Boys State Finals will be next Friday down in Bloomington at IU's track and field facility. 4x800 M Relay starts at 4:15 PM followed by the 100 M Dash Prelims at 5:00 PM, 110 M Hurdles Prelims at 5:15 PM, and 200 M Dash Prelims at 5:40 PM. Congratulations Flashes! Best of luck in the State Finals!

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2017-05-25

These fine gentlemen had an early graduation ceremony because tonight they are representing FC at the regional track meet. Good luck! #FCFlashes Franklin Township Community School Corporation Franklin Central High School

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Posted On: 2017-05-19

Here are the announcements for Friday, May 19th: https://youtu.be/kpcpKjPziB8

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Posted On: 2017-05-19

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Posted On: 2017-05-19

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Posted On: 2017-05-18

Athletic Department News: The girls track team finished 2nd in the Shelbyville Sectional on Tuesday. They had a very strong performance led by the following winners: Alexus Mobley – 100m Janea Bell – high jump Jada Reedus – 1600m Kaylor Hoover – 800m Cassie Evans – discus We had many athletes advance to the Franklin Regional next week. Look at FC flashes.com for a complete list. Friday we will recognize Janea Bell, Emily Walker, and Kaylor Hoover as they will have a college signing day. All will compete in Girls Track next year. We will have the ceremony in the football stadium classroom after school. The girls tennis team will play Roncalli tonight for the sectional championship at 4:30 PM. They boys track team starts sectional action at Warren Central tonight beginning at 5:30 PM. Congratulations to the baseball team for defeating Greenfield-Central on Senior Night yesterday. Congratulations and good luck in the post-season!

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Posted On: 2017-05-17

Congratulations to Mr. Evan Cooper, Band Director at Franklin Central and all of the members of our Band Program! The Indiana State School Music Associations (ISSMA) has named the Franklin Central Band as a recipient of the Indiana State School Music Association All-Music Award for the 2016-2017 school year! The student's hard work and efforts have certainly paid off! We are so very proud of Mr. Cooper and the entire Band Program at Franklin Central!

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Posted On: 2017-05-15

The Washington Post, for the sixth year in a row, has included Franklin Central High School to its list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools in preparing its students for the rigors of college! Only 12% of all public and private high schools in the United States earn a spot on this list. Of the 2,323 high schools on this list, Franklin Central placed at 1,494th. This is up from 1,635th in 2016. It is through the efforts and dedication of our teachers and staff that we are making our vision of having the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities and the world of work, a reality for all of our students. It is through the efforts and dedication of our students and their parents striving for academic excellence that we receive such honors. Here is a link to read about the 2017 America’s Most Challenging High Schools: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/local/high-school-challenge-2017/ Congratulations to all at Franklin Central for again earning national recognition for your hard work and dedication to excellence! We are proud of you!

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Posted On: 2017-05-15

Here are the announcements for Monday, May 15th: https://youtu.be/3bCvq3kzKrg

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