Alerts & Information for (Wednesday, January 28, 2015)
All-Day Closure
All Franklin County Public Schools are closed Wednesday, January 28, 2015.

** All Buildings Affected **
All-State Band

A message from Band Director Josh Toppass,

I wanted to share more recent achievements from of our band students. Recently, we had several students audition for, and be accepted to regional honor bands and jazz bands. The process to be accepted into these groups is very challenging and the fact that they made it is a reflection to our student’s hard work. Over the next few weeks, these students will be rehearsing and performing with the best student musicians in central Kentucky. If you see these students, please congratulate them.

Celia Ritter – 1st Chair Oboe, Concert Band

Catherine Clements – 2nd Chair Flute, Concert Band

Coleman Scott – 4th Chair Trumpet, Concert Band

Tess Sornberger – 1st Chair Horn, Concert Band

Blake Oerther – 4th Chair Trombone, Symphonic Band

Trey Jordan – 5th Chair Tuba, Concert Band

Blake Oerther – 4th Trombone, Jazz Band #1

James Pack – Bass, Jazz Band #1

Coleman Scott – 2nd Trumpet, Jazz Band #2

42nd District Governor’s Cup Champions
The Franklin County High School Academic Team placed first overall in the 42nd District Governor’s Cup championship held on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, at Elkhorn Crossing School in Georgetown.

The Flyers placed 2nd overall in Quick Recall after losing in the first round by 1 point at the buzzer to Scott County.

The Flyers then defeated Frankfort High, pitting them against Scott County again. The Flyers posted a 6-point victory over Scott County in that round, forcing them to face off against Scott County again in the final round of this double elimination tournament.

The final match was tight, with the Flyers coming back from a nearly 10-point deficit at the half, only to lose at the buzzer by one point again.

Read more for individual results...
Students and Parents! FCHS is using an assessment product designed entirely to help your student perform better on the ACT! As you know, a good ACT score is essential for college admissions and scholarship money. We are using the College Equipped Readiness Tool (CERT) for all grade levels (sophomores test in February). Your student can login at . You can also learn more about the program at that website as well. Parents, please encourage your students to spend some time reviewing the tools in this program! 
2015 NIAAA / KHSADA Student Athlete Scholarship
Click the link below for information on the 2015 NIAAA / KHSADA student athlete scholarship application. The scholarship deadline is Feb. 20th.

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.
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1100 East Main Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: (502) 695-6750
Fax: (502) 695-6755 
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Any student arriving before 8:10 a.m. will need to report directly to room #112 (Mrs. Kiser).
Any visitors must enter through the front of the building and must sign-in with the office and receive a visitor's pass.
1st Period: 8:40-9:27
2nd Period: 9:32-10:19
3rd Period: 10:24-11:11
4th Period: 11:16-12:41
   1st  Lunch: 11:11-11:41
   2nd Lunch: 11:41-12:11
   3rd Lunch: 12:11-12:41
5th Period: 12:46-1:33
6th Period: 1:38-2:25
7th Period: 2:30-3:20
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CLE SBDM Meeting
Mon Feb 23 2015
CLE SBDM Meeting
Mon Mar 16 2015
CKEA (No School)
Fri Mar 20 2015
Spring Break
Mon Apr 6 2015
to Fri Apr 10 2015
CLE SBDM Meeting
Mon Apr 20 2015
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Mon May 18 2015
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