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Posted On: Monday, May 2, 2016 - 11:35

We are giving official notification that the last day of school for students will be on Wednesday, May 25.  There was an extra day added to the calendar this year in case a snow day was needed.  This day will also be a regular schedule and not an early dismissal. 

This information was printed at the bottom of the 2015 - 16 school calendar.

Posted On: Monday, April 18, 2016 - 14:52

 

Franklin Central HS will be hosting a Summer 3D Printing Camp

for students in incoming grades 3-5 and 6-12 

              

Campers will have the opportunity to design and 3D print their own original creations for camp projects and challenges. Campers will be learning about the engineering and design process, basic circuits, and building skills. They will design pieces that will use math, science, and engineering backgrounds. Some projects will be done individually and some will be done in teams. All campers can take home their individual projects at the end of the week.

 

For more information visit:  www.1stmakerspace.com

Register online: CLICK HERE !!!!!! 
Or Copy and paste website: 

https://campscui.active.com/orgs/1stMakerSpaceLLC#/selectSessions/123960...

Camp 1: June 6-10th
Camp 2: 
June 13th-17th
Times 9a.m.-3p.m. with a hour break for lunch
Cost: $225
Use coupon code: FRANKLIN25 to get a $25 discount!
Fundraisers are available to off-set registration fees from March 10th -21st

Please open flyer for more details!!!!! 

Attached Documents:

3D printing camp flyer

Posted On: Thursday, February 18, 2016 - 15:31

Parents of current 5th grade students:

Immunizations of meningitis and Tdap are needed for the start of 6th grade.  Please call the doctor now to schedule an appointment prior to the start of school so that your student will have the shots that Indiana requires for middle school.  When you have an appointment date and time, please let the elementary school nurse know so that it can be recorded. Requirements are grade level-based, and not dependent on age of students entering 6th grade.  Call now for the best availability of appointments.

Parents of current high school juniors:

Two doses of meningitis are needed for the start of 12th grade.  Please call your student’s doctor now to schedule an appointment prior to the start of school so that your student will have complete shots as designated by the state of Indiana.  Please call the nurse at 803-8304 to advise her about the date and time of appointment.  Students are expected to have the shots at the beginning of the school year.  Call now for best availability of appointments.

Please follow the links to the immunization charts:

Immunization Requirement Chart                               Immunization Requirement Chart (Spanish)

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.

2016 - 2017 Calendar Changes

Posted On: Tuesday, August 11, 2015 - 13:07

If you would like to have the latest information regarding the redistribution (rebalancing) of students for the beginning of the 2016 school year, please check the rebalancing blog site.  Not only will you get the latest information but you will also have access to past information - a road map of how we got to where we are now.

Please click the link to access the blog.   http://ftrebalancing.blogspot.com/ 

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Posted On: 2016-05-05

Last night at the MCCGSA banquet, Brooke Talhelm was named Marion County Athlete of the Year. She is the second Franklin Central student to win this in the 41 years it has been awarded (Katie Hacker won in 2007). Matt Sweetman was also recognized for being the winning coach of the Girls’ County Cross Country Meet in the Fall. Congrats to both Brooke and Matt! We are so proud of you!

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2016-05-04

Just a reminder to our social media friends! Posts that share inappropriate comments toward students, staff members or other identifiable people are removed and users blocked. Please be mindful of comments that are made on a public site and the mission of our schools. The same is true for posts that contain profanity. Join us in being responsible digital citizens.

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Posted On: 2016-05-02

Last Friday, the boys track and field team won the Conference Indiana Team Championship for the first time since 2001! It was a tight battle, and came down to the last few events, as the boys were able to hold off Bloomington South to win by 5 points. It was a complete team effort, and many kids stepped up big. Individual champions are the following... 100 M Dash - Andrew DeRidder (11.79) - New School Record 200 M Dash - Andrew DeRidder (21.30) - New School Record as well as a Conference Indiana Meet Record 4x100 M Relay - Kain Idele, Robert Ritter, Travon Padgett, and Andrew DeRidder (42.29) - This is the 3rd consecutive year the team has won the 4x100 M Relay High Jump - Brayden Reynolds (6' 6") - New PR and now tied for 2nd All-Time in school history Other notable performances... 110 M Hurdles - Raekwon Wilkins finished 2nd in 15.05 which puts him 5th All-Time in school history 300 M Hurdles - Malachi Quarles and Raekwon Wilkins finished 4-5 to score some big points 400 M Dash - Noah Kellum finished 2nd running 50.88 which almost puts him on the top 10 all-time list 1600 M Run - Michael Parrish finished 3rd running 4:28 which was a season best, and his brother Mitchell also ran 4:43 which was also a PR 3200 M Run - Robby Lawson finished 5th running 9:51 which was a new PR 4x400 M Relay - Noah Kellum, Lorenzo Bragonzi, Robert Ritter, and Travon Padgett finished 2nd running 3:27.91 which is our best time for the event this season 4x800 M - Trey Perry, Robby Lawson, Kyle McCann, and Lorenzo Bragonzi finished 2nd running 8:12.66 which is our best time for the event this season High Jump - Blake Settles (6' 4") finished 2nd completing the 1-2 finish for the Flashes Discus - Kendal Kendrick finished 6th in a tough competition throwing 146' Our Flashes are fantastic! We are so proud of their efforts! Congratulations on winning the Conference Indiana Track Championship!!!

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Posted On: 2016-05-02

Friday night, the combined choirs of Accents/High Voltage and FC Singers/Chamber Choir competed at the ISSMA Concert State Qualifier. Both ensembles qualified for the highly competitive ISSMA Concert Choir State Finals next weekend with some of the highest scores in the state. Accents/High Voltage are seeded #1 in the Treble/Men's Division going into next weekend and FC Singers/Chamber Choir are #2 in the Mixed Division. Accents/High Voltage perform at 7:00 PM on Friday and FC Singers/Chamber Choir are at 6:26 PM on Saturday. Both events are held at Pike High School. We are so proud of our Choirs and Choir Program!!

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Posted On: 2016-04-29

We are very pleased to announce that Jasmine Kalia, a Senior at Franklin Central High School has been selected as one or 689 semifinalists to advance to the final round of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars competition. From nearly 3.3 million graduating high school seniors, over 4,700 were identified as candidates in the program, and 689 semifinalist have been selected fro across the country. This group of 689 students, of which Jasmine is one, is the pool from which the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars will be chosen. For a list of the 2016 semifinalists, please visit: http://www.ed.gov/psp, and click on "2016 Semifinalists." Congratulations to Jasmine! She is an inspiration to all students! Franklin Central and all of Franklin Township is very proud of you!

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2016-04-29

Star Express Franklin Township has been affected by a Class I Food Safety Recall. The Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation issued a voluntary recall of poultry products due to possible foreign matter contamination. All affected products have been removed from the menu and the proper steps are being taken to report and destroy them. The safety of our students is our first concern, and we appreciate your patience with future menu adjustments.

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Posted On: 2016-04-22

Keeping our students and staff safe is important and our highest priority. Today at Franklin Central there was an altercation between a few students isolated to the Dean’s Office. This altercation did not impact teachers, support staff or other students in the building. Our Franklin Township Community School Corporation Police Department took immediate action and the situation was quickly resolved. Social media is posting inaccurate rumors- There were NO GUNS involved.

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Posted On: 2016-04-20

At our Academic Awards Program last evening, we honored 118 sophomore students, 127 junior students and 98 senior students who have maintained at least a 3.75 grade point average over their academic careers. During the event, the top 10 students (11 in the sophomore class as there was a tie) honored the educator who has been the most influential in their academic career. The following are the names and pictures of the Top Ten students in each class and the educator they chose as Most Influential: Sophomores: Emily Evan - Mrs. Hewitt Ashrey Burley - Mrs. Dirr Kylie Lewiis - Mr. George Cason Whitesell - Mrs. Kendrick Emma Croxford - Mr. Kingery Saagar Barmeda - Mr. Cook Khloe Droddy - Mr. Isom Bode Hoover - Mrs. Kixmiller Berkley Weyer - Mrs. Torres Brendon Glass - Mr. Tschniak Hannah Smith - Mr. Rowland Juniors: Amani Khoury - Mr. Hoskins Grace Miller - Mrs. Dickerson Ryan Wilks - Mrs. Arguello Alexa Carr - Mrs. Perkins Stephanie Marroquin - Mrs. Donley Katherine Jones - Mr. Gardner Sarah Kurtz - Mrs. Miller Bilal Mozaffar - Mrs. Metzler Hannah Cougill - Mr. Butcher Jenson Harris - Mrs. Woodrow Seniors: Jasmine Kalia - Mr. Skillman Nathanial Huffman - Mr. Kendrick James "Jeb" King - Mr. Woodrow Caelan Mark - Mrs. M. Stricker Geneva Baumberger - Mrs. Gilkerson Brooke Talhelm - Ms. Mahaska Natalie Conastri - Mr. Knaup Emily Welch - Mrs. Thoreson Nathan Miller - Mr. French Katherine May - Ms. Presley We are so very proud of our students and honored teachers!

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Posted On: 2016-04-19

Franklin Central has just gathered another National honor! The Washington Post has, for the fifth year in a row, recognized Franklin Central on their Most Challenging High Schools in the United States list! This places Franklin Central in the top 9% of all public and private schools in the United States in preparing students for the rigors of college. Congratulations to our students, teachers, parents and community for helping make our vision of having the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities and the world of work a reality for our students. They are prepared for life's possibilities! http://apps.washingtonpost.com/local/highschoolchallenge/schools/2016/list/indiana-schools/franklin-central-indianapolis-in/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/how-the-americas-most-challenging-high-schools-list-works/2016/04/12/647471de-00d5-11e6-b823-707c79ce3504_story.html

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Franklin Central - The High School Challenge - Washington Post.

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Posted On: 2016-04-19

Congratulations to all students, teachers, and staff at Franklin Central on being Nationally recognized by US News and World Reports as one of the best High Schools in the United States. Franklin Central earned a Silver Medal for 2016! This is the fourth straight year Franklin Central has been awarded the Silver Medal! This is further evidence that our vision of having the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities and the world of work is becoming a reality for our students across the United States! http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/indiana/districts/franklin-township-com-sch-corp/franklin-central-high-school-7224