Announcements 11/23/15

  • • The Young Republicans will meet tomorrow morning at 8:10 in Mrs. Freire’s room.
  • • Thankful for anyone or anything and you want to express it? Well, here’s your chance to show your thankfulness! The Junior Class is selling “Thank You Grams” in the back foyer during lunch Monday. Stop by the table and buy a “Thank You Gram” to thank that special someone! Only $3 to show someone your appreciation.
  • • The annual Flyer Madness basketball kickoff will be held on TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in the gym. Admission is free for ALL students. Flyer Madness will feature games, performances by Dance Team, Step Team, and Fly Guys, a three-point competition, and scrimmages by both boys’ and girls’ teams. Come out to support your Flyers as they officially begin their seasons!
2015 FCHS Food Drive Results
This year the annual FCHS annual Food Drive raised 2,875 cans and other non-perishables items! This is the largest amount we have ever raised as a student body! All items were donated to the Frankfort ACCESS Soup Kitchen and Men's Shelter to help many families in our community. 
FCHS STLP Moving Invited to State

  • Congratulations to the FCHS STLP for on being invited to present at the STLP State competition this coming April!

To win “Showcase” teams must advance through Round 1 (Regionals) and advance through Round 2 (State) and win Round 3 (Final round at State). The Showcase competition is for grades K-12 and Regional competitions are held at 8 different locations across the state.

Numerous groups present at regional competitions each year. Last year, 462 Showcase projects were invited to State, but only 59 of those made it to Round 3. The state competition also has several other events for the students to compete in, including sumobot, video game challenges, art on demand, etc.

Presenters for this year were Brianna Gaskins and Cheyenne Graves. Technical Support included Will Brooks, Andrew Keffer, and Joey Wiley.
FCHS Academic Team Shines
  • • Congratulations to the FCHS JV Academic Team for their 1st place overall victory in the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition’s JV Challenge this past Saturday. The team overcame challenges from Shelby County, Scott County, Henry County, Western Hills, Woodford County, and Oldham County for their first place finish.
  • The Quick Recall Team, led by captain Christian Thompson, placed 2nd in Quick Recall after playing Woodford County in three separate matches.
    • Individual honors went to:
    • Sasha Sairajeev – 2nd – Science
    • Rishabh Kapoor – 1st – Science
    • Christian Thompson – 3rd – Social Studies
    • Parks Mason - 2nd – Social Studies
    • Niki Rajendran – 6th – Language Arts
    • Christian Thompson – 4th – Humanities
    • Parks Mason – 2nd – Humanities
    • Niki Rajendran – 2nd – composition
    • Rishabh Kapoor – 1st – composition
2015 Ms. FCHS
  • Congratulations to our 2015 Miss FCHS, Mea Graham, crowned this past Saturday evening after three rounds of preliminary judging!
    • Other award winners were:
    • 1st runner up - Peyton Smith
    • 2nd runner up – Mallory Quisenberry
    • 3rd runner up – Sibre Morton
    • 4th runner up – Savannah Anderson
    • Mea Graham – Miss Talent and Interview Award
    • Isabella Taylor – Miss Poise
    • Grace Perkins – Sponsor’s Award
    • Savannah Anderson – Interview Award
    • Sibre Morton – Miss Congeniality
    • Sydney Hendrix – Miss Scholarship
    • Laken Semones – Miss Leadership
    • Haley Franklin – Miss Citizenship
Picture Day and Yearbooks
School Picture Day is Wednesday, November 18th
2016 Yearbooks are on sale now!! Just go to and orders yours today before they are all sold out! If you have any questions, see Mrs. Donnelly in room 246.
Students Caught Doing Something Good October '15
Click "Read More" to view the list of students who were Caught Doing Something Good during the month of October.  
Attached you will find the ESS/Tutoring Application for 2015-16. This form must be completed and returned to Guidance Office before you can attend. See the the form for more info and contact Dawn Kiser ( if you have any additional questions. There is bus transportation for ESS. ESS buses are funded jointly by ESS and FRYSC. Any student involved in a teacher directed activity after school can ride the bus. They must have a bus pass completed and signed by the teacher involved and they must be out front at 4:30. It is also required that they were under your direction the entire hour. (3:30-4:30) 
Yearbook & Picture Info
PICTURE DAY is set for Wednesday, November 18, 2015.

Senior pictures are due to Mrs. Donnelly by Tuesday, November 24th…no exceptions. Please refer to attached informational sheet regarding submission directions and picture requirements.

The 2015 Yearbooks will not be in until mid-September. Please check back for information on picking those up once they arrive.  

Recycle Your Old Ink Cartridges
Recycle your printer cartridges and support the Flyer Library. We accept empty toner and ink cartridges for recycling; the funds go to purchase books, furniture, equipment and supplies. You can bring the cartridges to the library or drop them off in the front office. We are sorry that we cannot accept toner tubes. Our recycling company does not recycle those. If you’d like more information, you can email teacher-librarian Melissa Cordier at or call her at 502-695-6750 (Option 3 on the automated menu).  
Alateen Meetings
Any student who is dealing with a family member’s drug and/or alcohol addiction is welcome to attend Alateen. Alateen is a support group led by students and local Alateen sponsors. Information shared in the meeting is confidential. Meetings are held every Thursday, in the Youth Services Center, 3:30-4:30. Contact Amy Nance if you have any questions. 
ACT Dates and Deadlines


Test Date              Deadline

Sept. 12th              Aug. 7th 

Oct. 24th                Sept. 18th

Dec. 12th               Nov. 6th

Feb. 6th                 Jan. 8th

April 9th                 March 4th

June 11th               May 6th

Register online at  

Middle and High School Students, Would You Like to Be a Morning Mentor?
If you would like to volunteer your time to help younger students, Hearn offers an early morning opportunity and then transportation to Elkhorn Middle and Franklin Co. High School. Find more information and the application at Read More. Return completed forms to Mr. Counts or Mrs. Barton.   
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