Financial Aid Workshop
The Financial Aid Workshop that was scheduled for this past Monday has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 2nd, at 6 pm, in the FCHS Auditorium. 
Miss FCHS Pageant
Miss FCHS Pageant pictures up now posted, thanks to our event photographer, David Hargis. Check them out and click to purchase. Some great pics of the talented Flyer ladies and even a few of our very own “Mr. Twinkle Toes” – Buddy Sampson!
Josten’s will be at FCHS on Wednesday, Dec. 3rd to deliver Class Ring orders to Juniors during all three lunch periods. They will also be taking orders from Seniors for any graduation items.  
STLP Earns State Invitation
STLP attended the Fall Showcase competition yesterday and has been invited to the State Competition in April to present their service project! Getting an invitation to state is a pretty big deal. It’s not easy, given the large number of STLP groups across the state. They’ll be presenting along with 100’s of other groups at the state competition. Group presentations had to score at least an 85/100 to be invited to state and they scored an 89. Scores were based on how well the project met state ISTE standards and the overall project design/presentation.

The FCHS STLP's service project is focused on getting a large television mounted in the cafeteria to display school/community related news and announcements on. Many students have trouble keeping up with all the happenings around the school. This project should be of great benefit to the students of FCHS.

If you see the following students, please congratulate them for their hard work!

Mikeal Wiley
Cheyenne Graves
Joey Wiley
Andrew Keffer
Zach Richardson
FCHS Junior Varsity Academic Team Places 2nd
The FCHS Junior Varsity Academic Team took 2nd place in the annual Kentucky Athletic Association JV Challenge competition held at FCHS on Saturday, Nov 8. The team competed against Scott County, Bourbon County, Collins High, Danville High, and eventual overall winner, Woodford County.

The Quick Recall team came in 3rd place for the day.

Individual winners were freshman Rishabh Kapoor – 1st in written composition and science; sophomore James Pack – 4th in math; freshman Niki Rajendran - 3rd in written composition and 3rd in language arts; and freshman Christian Thompson – 2nd in social studies and 3rd in arts and humanities.
Project Graduation
A message from Lee Ann Snelling Geers concerning Project Graduation...

"Project Graduation's Reverse Raffle is the biggest fundraiser that we have. If all tickets are sold (250), we will net $20,000! Please contact me by phone or email as soon as possible about participating in this fundraiser! We want to have an awesome Project Graduation night for our Seniors! We need parents to sell and/or buy raffle tickets. The tickets are $100 each and only 250 are sold. First prize is $5000. If each senior's family will purchase one ticket, we will sell out! Can't afford a ticket? What about joining forces and buying a ticket with someone else? The drawing is in January! Please contact me as soon as possible!"
FCHS Singers Excelling
From our Choir Director, Raye Hurley,

"For the first time in my tenure at FCHS, we have 3 students who have submitted auditions and been selected to sing in the National American Choral Directors Association’s Honor Choirs. Both Joe Meyer and Elly Morris were selected for the Sr. High School Honor Choir, and Catherine Clements has been asked to sing up in the Collegiate Honor Choir. These selections were based on blind auditions submitted digitally with students singing their specific part on Beethoven’s “Hallelujah” from Mount of Olives. With this exciting news comes the new adventure to Salt Lake City, Utah where the students will culminate on a performance with THE Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Talk about once in a lifetime. We will travel there February 23-March 2nd.

We also have a record number of Senior High KY Music Educator’s Association All State Choir Participants: Ben Bennett, Blake Clarkson, Catherine Clements, Roy David, Mea Graham, Sydney Hendrix, Alice Kiser, Perry Kring, Hallee Mason, John Meador, Joe Meyer, Blake Oerther, Cameron Paige, Molly Rush and Charlie Starzman. KMEA takes place in Louisville, February 4-8."
Frankfort Regional College Fair
The Frankfort Regional College Fair will be held Monday, September 8th, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Western Hills High School. Over 50 regional college representatives will be in attendance, along with information sessions from KHEAA on financial aid. 
Athletic Pass
Attached is the form for purchasing a pass for all 2014-15 FCHS athletic events, excluding tournament play. Forms and payment will need to be submitted to our bookkeeper, Mrs. Helen Collins. If you have any questions, please contact our athletic director, Tracy Spickard, at

Athletic Pass 2014-15
Alateen Meetings
Alateen will begin meeting this Thursday, Aug. 21st. Alateen is a fellowship of students, whose lives have been affected by a family member’s drug and/or alcohol addiction. The group is led by trained sponsors from a local Al-Anon group.

Any Franklin County Public Schools student is welcome to attend Alateen, which is held in the Franklin County High School Youth Services Center, on Thursdays, from 3:30-4:40. This meeting is available to students throughout the entire school year. Bus transportation home is provided. Email Amy Nance at if you have any questions.
ESS (Tutoring) Beginning Soon
Franklin County High School. Extended School Services (ESS) Program (After School Tutoring) Begins August 21, 2014. Tutoring is available in Math--English--Science--Social Studies on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm. Buses are provided after tutoring. Tutoring applications must be completed and returned to Mrs. Kiser or the guidance office in order to attend. Applications are available in the counseling office at FCHS or can be downloaded and printed from the school’s website.
Picture Day, Senior Pics, Senior Ads, and Yearbooks
School Picture Day will be Thursday, October 2nd, 2014. Students must have money and order form with them at the time of their picture in order to purchase.

Senior Pictures are due by November 25th. Pictures may be all-color or black and white, MUST be vertical, and submitted (preferably) in digital format. Hard copies can be submitted and will be scanned in by the yearbook staff (Note: quality does suffer when they must be scanned).

2014 Yearbooks are scheduled to be delivered by September 12th. When they arrive, current students still in the building will be able to pick theirs up. All graduated students will need to pick them up on the designated dates. More info will be released once the yearbooks arrive.

Senior Ads for the 2015 Yearbook are ON SALE NOW!! Please see a member of the yearbook staff, or email, for ordering information. The DUE DATE is October 1st.

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