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Posted On: Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 09:16

The immunization requirements for the 2014-2015 school year have been posted.  Some of these have changed from last year, particularly those for high school seniors and incoming 6th graders. Parents of current Juniors or 5th graders need to review these changes.

The updated requirements can be found on the health services page.

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Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-22

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Santa Shop 2014

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Hello Thompson Crossing Families! Our Annual Santa Shop will be held the week of Dec. 8-12. We are asking for your help in lending a couple hours of your time during this very busy and very fun event at our school. We will need volunteers to help set up on Saturday, Dec. 6, volunteers to work during…

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-22

We are truly honored and humbled to have Mrs. Nine working with our students!

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-22

At Friday's National Conference of Social Studies in Boston, our very own Mary Nine received recognition as the National Social Studies Teacher of the Year. Principal Jeff Murphy was present as Mrs. Nine honored for this amazing accomplishment.

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2014-11-22

At Friday's National Conference of Social Studies, our very own Mary Nine received recognition as the National Social Studies Teacher of the Year. Principal Jeff Murphy was present as Mrs. Nine honored for this amazing accomplishment.

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2014-11-19

SCHOOL AND COLD WEATHER When is a school delay or closure considered for cold temperatures? Franklin Township uses the hourly temperature predictions for its zip code from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (noaa.gov). If air temperature is predicted by NOAA to be -10 degrees or below (the starting point for wind chill concerns with calm wind) at 7:00 a.m. we will consider a two hour delay for the start of school. If the air temperature is predicted to remain at -10 degrees or below at 9:00 a.m. the school will consider closing. A decision will be made as early as possible. Social media alerts are made first as early as 5:15 AM. Blackboard Connect phone calls to homes occur at approximately 5:45 AM. Like us on Facebook at Franklin Township Community School Corporation Follow us on Twitter @FTCSC or @DrFloraIndy Elementary School students do not go outside for recess when temperatures reach a zero wind chill factor.

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-17

Please come support Thompson Crossing at Ella's for this month's spirit night! When? Wednesday, Nov 19th from 11am-9pm Where? 8028 S Emerson Ave, Suite W (located in the southwest corner of Emerson/Stop 11) No flyer is required. Just say that you are with Thompson Crossing and Ella’s will donate 20% of your purchase back to the Thompson Crossing PTC, which provides educational resources and funding to the school.

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-17

Congratulations to all FLL team members!! Your hard work and dedication is appreciated! Both the Flashes and the Flashlights did a GREAT job in their regional competition at Center Grove Middle School North on Saturday! A special congratulations to the FLL Flashlights, who have made it on to the state competition in Fort Wayne! TC is proud of each and every one of you, and thank you to Mr. Moore and Mrs. Nine for leading the charge!

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-14

Good Luck to our FLL teams! Our FTCSC FLL Flashlights and Flashes will compete tomorrow.

Thompson Crossing Elementary School

Posted On: 2014-11-11

Happy Veteran's Day to those who have served and continue to serve to make our country what it is today. Thank you to Mr. Curtis Auterson, our very own YMCA Before/After School Care Director, who came to speak with various grade levels today about his experiences in the military. Thank you, Mr. Curtis for helping our students understand the sacrifice and dedication it takes.