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Posted On: Monday, April 6, 2015 - 19:03

~~To FTCSC Parents and Community Members:

Due to failing equipment, the Franklin Township voicemail system has become unreliable.  We are taking corrective action to replace the equipment; however, this will take several months to coordinate and complete.

If you attempt to leave a message for any teacher or other staff member and you do not get a response, please email that person with your concern.

Your communication is very valuable to us.  If you do not receive a timely response, please contact your school’s office.

Posted On: Monday, March 23, 2015 - 12:47

All registration will be held at the Administration Building located at 6141 South Franklin Road.  Please enter through door #7.

Please click the links below to print out the forms you will need to register your child for 2015 - 16. Please print both sets of forms for each student. (1 registration packet / 1 Community Health packet)

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Posted On: Friday, March 20, 2015 - 12:27

This month's Making the Grade is in celebration of the many great things happening for our kids.

Click Here for Making the Grade

Posted On: Wednesday, February 4, 2015 - 15:06

Kindergarten Round-Up Information and Dates

Please feel free to share with any one in your neighborhood who might have a child starting kindergarten in the fall.  Click here for the information.

 

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Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-17

It's Disney Day at Kitley!

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Posted On: 2015-04-16

Here is one of our fabulous 1st grade classes working hard while using active seating!

Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-15

Don't forget to show your Kitley spirit tonight at our annual Chow with the Cow at Chick-fil-a on Southport Rd!! KOOL KIDZ AND THEIR FAMILIES EAT CHIKIN!!!! 🐮

Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-15

Mrs. Schoene would like you to join Kitley Principal using Remind! What is Remind and Why is it Safe? Remind is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps teachers share important updates and reminders with students and parents. Subscribe by text, email, or using the Remind app, available through iTunes or Android. All personal information is kept private. Teachers will NEVER see your phone number, nor will you see theirs. To receive messages via text, text @kitl to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying 'unsubscribe @kitl'. Trouble using 81010? Try texting @kitl to (620) 412-9486 instead. *standard text message rates apply. Or To receive messages via email, send an email to kitl@mail.remind.com. To unsubscribe, reply with 'unsubscribe' in the subject line. https://www.remind.com/join/kitl

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Posted On: 2015-04-15

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PRINCIPAL'S LETTER Welcome back from Spring Break! I hope that the Kitley family enjoyed some time together and I am thankful for the...

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2015-04-15

Franklin Township Special Education Department will be hosting a Community Resource/Transition Fair on Tuesday, April 21st from 6:00 to 7:30 at the EB Carver Technology located at 6141 South Franklin Road. Some vendors attending include: AccessAbility of Indiana ARC of Indiana Bosma Central Nine Community Connections Easter Seals Crossroads Gordon Holmes, METLIFE Indiana Down Syndrome InSource Noble of Indiana Sparkle Effect Superior Mobility VOC Rehabilitation Dynamic Music Therapy Buttermilk Mountain FTCSC Behavior Consultant FTCSCAutism Consultant FTCSC Speech Therapist FTCSCOccupational Therapist FTCSC Physical Therapist FTCSCPsychologist Developmental PreSchool Teacher SPARC

Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-14

Please join us at Chick-fil-a tomorrow for the Chow with the Cow Challenge! This is a competition between all of the elementary schools in Franklin Township to see which school can raise the most money and show the most school spirit! We need to show everyone that Kitley is the BEST elementary school in Franklin Township! GO COUGARS!! We need to bring that trophy home!! Please remember that it is okay if you cannot stay because driving through to take food home also counts towards our total.

Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-14

Just a reminder that today is spring picture day at Kitley. Say cheese!

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2015-04-14

This is an event for the entire community - April 25th 12-2:00 PM

Kitley Elementary School

Posted On: 2015-04-13

One of our very own Kitley Cougars has earned the opportunity to audition for the Disney Company down in Florida! We would like to show her our support by having a "Disney Day". This Friday your child can bring in a dollar ($1) and wear his/her Disney gear!

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2015-04-12

Did you see this great story about Franklin Central's Sparkle Cheer Squad? Check it out at: http://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/franklin-central-special-needs-students-shine-in-sparkle-squad?autoplay=true

Franklin Central special needs students shine in Sparkle Squad

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At Franklin Central, two seniors saw a gap in opportunities for a group of fellow students, and stepped up to fill it.