Franklin County Public Schools

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Frankfort, KY 40601

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District News
FCHS One of Four Schools in KY Rated Three-Stars by the AATF

From FCHS French teacher, Terry Johnson, 

"Recently, the American Association of Teachers of French conducted evaluations of French departments throughout the state of Kentucky. The evaluations covered items such as enrollment, number of levels offered, variety of classes offered, growth, teacher development, extra curricular activities, and student success. The evaluations were done using the Michelin Red Book format which is used throughout Europe to evaluate and rate restaurants and hotels.

At the end of the AATF Kentucky process,schools receiving no stars in the evaluation were considered to be 'works in progress', schools receiving one star in the evaluation process were rated as 'very good', whiles schools receiving two stars are considered 'excellent'. Schools which fell in the evaluation range of three stars were considered 'superior'. Franklin County High School is fortunate to be one of only four schools in the state to receive the three star superior departmental rating. The other three schools rated as superior are: Louisville Collegiate High School, Daviess County High School, and Beaumont Middle School. FCHS also received one of only two overall category awards or" Etoiles d'Or" (Gold Stars) for course offerings and increased enrollment.

This achievement says a great deal about the quality of students and the achievement of students enrolled in the Foreign Language Department at Franklin County High School. Congratulations to our students for this honor they bring to our school."  

FCHS STEP Team Clinic
The FCHS STEP Team will be holding a clinic for any interested elementary or middle school students on Friday, June 5th. Registration is $10. See the attached registration form for more info. 

2015 FCHS STEP Team Clinic
Alive at 25
The Kentucky State Police will be holding an "Alive at 25" class at FCHS on June 16th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. in the library. Click "Read More" to view a flyer for the event.  
It's time for the 2015 Summer Student Volunteer Program!!
High/Middle school students (ages 14 to 18 years) interested in working in support of Veterans, are invited to participate in the Lexington VAMC Summer Student Volunteer Program.
Student volunteers have the opportunity to work with health care and administrative professionals in a variety of services including: canteen, fiscal, mail center, chaplain, environmental management, acquisitions/logistics, nursing, medicine, radiology, and voluntary.
Student volunteers earn community service hours that may be used for: job and/or internship applications, college admission, scholarship/grant and or student loan applications.
To learn more or to register, contact:
Voluntary Service
Lexington VA Medical Center
1101 Veterans Drive (135)
2250 Leestown Road
Lexington KY
Telephone: 859-233-4511 x2297 x2298 or x4807
2015 Lady Flyer Dance Camp
The FCHS Dance Team would like to announce their annual dance camp for rising K-8 grade students from June 22-25 at Franklin County High School, 1100 East Main Street, from 8 a.m. to noon each day. (Doors will open at 7:30 a.m. and will close at 12:30 p.m. to accommodate working parents.) Camp cost is $55 for early registration received by June 15 ($40 for each additional sibling), and $60 ($45 for each sibling) at the door.

Prizes will be awarded for Drill Down Queen, Campers of the Day, and Campers of the Week. Each camper will receive a camp tee shirt. Parents, friends, and family are invited to a closing program on Thursday, June 25, at 11 a.m.

2015 Lady Flyer Dance Camp Registration Form 

Junior Flyer Youth Volleyball Camp
The Junior Flyer Youth Volleyball Camp will be held on June 6 & 7 for anyone ages 6-11. Click the link below for more info and for the registration form.

2015 Junior Flyer Youth Volleyball Camp  
Franklin County Career and Technical Center Course Directory

Start preparing today for the classes you will need tomorrow to get ready for the career of a lifetime. This document will provide everyone with a clear description of the state recognized career pathways that students can participate in during their high school years in Franklin County Public Schools.   
FCHS 2015 KHSAA State Bass Fishing Tournament Results
From Bass Fishing Coach James Myers,
"What a fun and exciting week for our two Student-Anglers, Senior Alex Kropf and Sophomore Ethan Brooks. They finished in 13th Place in the 56 boat field at the 2015 KHSAA State Bass Fishing Championship on KY, Lake!...Click "Read More" to continue reading and to view photos from the event.
2015 Flyer Basketball Camp
The 2015 FCHS Flyer Basketball Camp will be held in June this summer. The camp is for players age 8-14. Click the link below to view a brochure for the event that includes more info. Contact Coach Tony Wise if you have any questions

2015 Flyer Basketball Camp Brochure
FCHS National French Exam Results

From FCHS French teacher Terry Johnson,

"Several FCHS students participated in the National French Exam on March 19th and 20th. More than 1,100 students throughout the state participated in this exam in addition to over 110,000 nationally...Click "Read More" to continue reading.  

Preschool Screening
The preschool screening is a free service for parents of 3 and 4 year old children who would like to find out if their child is eligible for public school preschool or Head Start for the 2015-2016 school year. Each screening will take approximately 60 minutes and will provide information about a child’s development in language, cognitive and motor skills. Screenings will take place on May 22 and  June 1. 
Please call 502-695-6700 to make an appointment to get your child screened.
Technology Summer Camps

Elementary Camp is Full
We have added more space for the 6-12th grade camp, so there are spots open!
Additional registrants for the elementary camp as of 7:48 pm Monday, 5/11/15, will be placed on a waiting list. If we receive enough additional interest we will have another session. So, if you are still wishing to register, please go ahead and do so, and we will follow-up to give you more information.

Update 5/10/15
The Middle/High School camp is now full.
All additional registrants as of 9:00 pm Sunday, 5/10/15, will be placed on a waiting list. If we receive enough additional interest we will have another session. So, if you are still wishing to register, please go ahead and do so, and we will follow-up to give you more information.

The middle/high school camp is almost full. Once we reach the enrollment limit, we will notify all who have enrolled of their status. We will offer another course if we have enough students.

Our camps have been finalized and FCPS Technology will sponsor 2 MinecraftEDU camps this summer.

Camps will be conducted June 15-19 for elementary students, grades 3-5 for next school year, and on July 13-17 for middle and high school students. Cost will be $100 per student, and $150 for 2 children from the same family.

Online registration


Printable registration form

About MinecraftEDU
EMS Jumpstart Camp Scheduled
Incoming 6th graders to Elkhorn Middle are invited to attend our annual Jumpstart Camp. The program is designed to help students make a smooth transition from elementary to middle school.  The camp will run July 27th-31st, from 8:30am-noon. Transportation can be provided. There is no cost. Please see the attached forms. /uploads/05F38EFC-E3CC-4B40-9ECE-5D01F3C4F28E/AUP Signature form - 2012-13.pdf   /uploads/05F38EFC-E3CC-4B40-9ECE-5D01F3C4F28E/2015 Jumpstart Application.pdf 
Hearn Sweeps District Battle of the Books Competition!
Both 4th and 5th grade Superstar Teams came are 2015 Champions of Battle of the Books! They competed against the other 5 elementary schools in Franklin County as well as Second Street. 4th Graders were recognized earlier, so this picture is of the 5th Grade Team: Claire Moore (captain), Kemper Dotson, Collin Matthews, Colton Schul, Nickolas Kapustey, and Caleb Hack. They are coached by teacher, Sara Pope. Battle of the Books is a district-wide initiative that motivates students to read high quality, current children's literature. Paul Sawyier Public Library is a partner and has updated lists and copies of the books available as well. Battle of the Books continues in middle school. 
2015 FCHS DECA Very Successful
Congratulations to the following 2014-15 Franklin County High School DECA student members and advisors on a successful trip to International, State & Regional Development Conferences. DECA is a Career Technical Student Organization in which students compete in various Marketing categories. Advisors are Tracy Spickard, Karen Schneider and Deron McDonald. Photos and results from 2014-15 Franklin County High School DECA Regional, State & International Competition are included in the "Read More" section.  
Bridgeport Elementary is Recognized as a Top Fundraiser for the American Heart Association
    Congratulations to Mrs. Crumbaugh and our Bridgeport Students and Families in raising $10,866.47 during our Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser. We greatly appreciate your participation and hope you take pride in knowing your contributions will help save lives. Bridgeport is proud to be recognized as a top fundraiser.  Read More for a letter Mrs. Crumbaugh received from the American Heart Association.
Hearn Takes 2nd Place in 5 K!
Hearn Elementary School won second place in the school challenge at the Pro-Active for Life 5K Race held in downtown Frankfort on Friday, April 17. By participating in the school challenge, we encourage Hearn faculty, staff and students to be physically fit.  
FCPS Middle School Battle of the Books
Congratulations to the Bondurant Battle of the Books team, winner of the first-ever FCPS Middle School Battle of the Books competition held at KSU.  
Peaks Mill Showing Support
Peaks Mill's AWESOME Special Education Teachers showing support for Autism Awareness Day! ‪#‎autismawarenessday‬
Western Hills Bands score distinguished at KMEA District Assessment
This year the Wolverine Concert band scored a “1” and two “2”s in the prepared section of the assessment and a 1 in the sight-reading coming to an overall Distinguished rating. The WHHS Symphonic band received two "1"s and a "1-plus" in the prepared section and a 1 in the sight-reading room also averaging to be a Distinguished.
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School Board Meeting
Mon Jun 1 2015
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