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SCBOE Christmas Open House

Christmas Open House

Simpson County Board of Education

Central Office Board Room

December 15, 2016

3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Invitation to Bid - District Wide Mowing

INVITATION TO BID – DISTRICT WIDE MOWING

Simpson County Schools is seeking interested parties for our district mowing needs.

Bid packets with specifics should be picked up at the Simpson County Board of Education Central Office – front entrance from Kim Crabtree, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent. They will be available beginning Tuesday, November the 29th from 7:30 to 4 and should be returned to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese no later than Tuesday, December the 6th at 1PM at which time they will be opened publicly. No decision will be made that day.

 Late bids will not be accepted.

Any bidder who wishes to tour the areas or ask specific questions should make that request to Operations Manager Robert White by email at Robert.white@simpson.kyschools.us Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM until 4PM.

All bidders are encouraged to give due diligence to understanding the bid packet descriptions and expectations as we feel it most important that our grounds are maintained to the highest standard.

Invitation To Bid - Landscaping

Simpson County Schools is seeking interested parties for our district LANDSCAPING needs.

Bid packets with specifics should be picked up at the Simpson County Board of Education Central Office – front entrance from Kim Crabtree, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent. They will be available beginning Tuesday, November the 29th from 7:30 to 4 and should be returned to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese no later than Tuesday, December the 6th at 1PM at which time they will be opened publicly. No decision will be made that day.

 Late bids will not be accepted.

Any bidder who wishes to tour the areas or ask specific questions should make that request to Operations Manager Robert White by email at Robert.white@simpson.kyschools.us Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM until 4PM.

All bidders are encouraged to give due diligence to understanding the bid packet descriptions and expectations as we feel it most important that our grounds are maintained to the highest standard.

FSHS Student Council Presents...

The Franklin-Simpson High School Student Council would like to extend the invitation to please join us for a formal dinner and dance for ages 50 and older on the evening of December 9, 2016.

FSHS Hall of Fame Nominations Open

Completed Nomination Forms Due December 31, 2016

Accepting Bids

The Simpson County Board of Education is accepting sealed bids for vehicles: 2016 Ford Escape S. The vehicle shall include all standard vehicle equipment and manufacturers warranties and the specified additional options and/or upgrades. Bidder is responsible for transport of all vehicles to the Simpson County Board of Education Regional Training Center 211 S. Main Street Suite 1B Franklin, Kentucky. All sealed bids shall be delivered to Shelia Baugh, 211 S. Main Street, Suite 1B, Franklin, KY 42134 before 9:00 a.m., local time on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.

FFA Fall Mums Sales

Annual Fall Mum Sale Sponsored by: Franklin-Simpson FFA Please Contact Felicia Dalton for more information (Phone: 270-618-1793 or 270-586-2019)

Simpson County Schools Earns DISTINGUISHED RATING from the State

FSHS garners a Distringuished Rating for the 4th Straight Year!  This year's results rank our high school #1 in the Region and 21st in Kentucky!

KSBA Scholarship Opportunity

For the sixth consecutive year, the board of directors of the Kentucky School Board Association (KSBA) will fund two $2,500 scholarships for eligible Kentucky high school seniors to attend any two- or four-year accredited college or university.  One non-renewable scholarship will be awarded to a male and a female student. 

Relatives Raising Children

You are invited to the Relatives Raising Children meeting sponsored by Simpson County Family Resource and Youth Service Centers and the Barren River Area Development District. The meeting will take place at Simpson County Board Of Education at 430 South College St. Please RSVP to the Family Resource Center at 270-586-2007.

Google Classroom Training

Get your Google Classrooms set up and ready to go with this hour long hands-on training. Join us August 15, 3:30-4:30 in the board room to have all your Google Classroom questions answered. 

6th Grade Night

FSMS YOUTH SERVICE CENTER 
WELCOMES 6TH GRADERS!!
 
WHAT:  6TH grade Student Orientation  
(not mandatory, but highly recommended) Parent information provided, question/answer session)
 
WHERE:  Franklin-Simpson Middle School

If you have questions,
Please call 270-586-2046 or 270-586-4401
 
WHEN:  Thursday, AUGUST 4th, 2016 
 
TIME:  4:00 pm-6:00 pm
(Snacks will be provided for all 6th grade students in attendance)
 
Students will meet with their homeroom teacher and receive information on being a new student at the Middle school. They will receive information all about the 6th grade, and what expectations are as a Middle school student 
 
Parent meeting will follow at 5:30.
 
Transportation will not be provided.

Online Registration Now Open!

Online Registration is now open. To access the link you will use your parent portal username and password. Once you have logged in you will see Online Registration on the left hand side of the webpage. If you need  assistance please call your student's school and ask to speak with the Attendance Clerk or you can call Central Office.   

School Nurse Forms, Lunch Form, and Transportation Form can be found on our school website under School Registration.  You may print and complete these prior to district registration to expedite the process and time spent. 

We recommend you do not use a mobile device for online registration.

We look forward to seeing parents/guardians next week at District Registration located at our HS and MS campus. 

Monday, July 25th 9am-6pm & Tuesday, July 26th 11am-6pm.

INVITATION TO BID – DISTRICT WIDE PEST

Simpson County Schools is seeking interested parties for our district PEST CONTROL needs.
Bid packets with specifics should be picked up at the Simpson County Board of Education Central Office – front entrance from Kim Crabtree, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent. They will be available beginning May the 18th from 7:30AM to 4PM and should be returned to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese no later than Friday, June the 3rd at 12PM at which time they will be opened publicly. No decision will be made that day.

Simpson Elementary JAC National Winners

Riley DiGiuseppe and Ambrielle Glazebrook, students at Simpson Elementary have won for their stamp designs in the 2016 JAC art contest. Both girls were awarded first place for their entries at the local, state, and East Central Division levels. Riley DiGiuseppe won Honorable Mention at the National Level and Ambrielle Glazebrook won 2nd place at National Level. 

Project Graduation Meeting Tonight

Project graduation meeting tonight at 6 at high school library! We we will go over any final details tonight as well as a final push to get in more donations!! For those wanting to take part in this special event please make plans to attend as we will need a list of volunteers' names turned in for safety reasons as well as our committees needing to know who else may be willing to help!! We will also be ordering volunteer tshirts so we will need to get everyone's sizes tonight! 

LES Student Art at Governor’s Derby Celebration

FRANKFORT, Ky. — (May 6, 2016) — Students in 32 Kentucky classrooms painted blankets that will adorn picnic tables May 7 as part of the annual Governor’s Derby Celebration in downtown Frankfort.

Special Session on Monday, May 9th

The Simpson County Board of Education will meet in special session on Monday, May 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Office to discuss one item of business regarding the primary depository.
Please go to Login to KSBA's Portal and log in to view this meeting.

2016 Franklin-Simpson FFA Banquet a Success

The dedication and hard work of Franklin-Simpson FFA members was put on display at their annual Banquet on Tuesday, April 26th. The typically bland cafeteria was transformed into a sea of blue and gold, filled with the voices of members, alumni, parents, and supporters. Not only does the Banquet allow members to have their efforts recognized, but also provides a time for friends and families to come together

Aquabots Camp

Proudly sponsored by Harman, Aquabots camp is a 5 day Lego Robotics summer camp offered June 13th - June 17th.

The Simpson County Board of Education Accepting Sealed Bids

The Simpson County Board of Education is accepting sealed bids on the following: KEYBOARD

Bids must be submitted in writing to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese, no later than Monday, May 9th at 11:00 AM – bids will be promptly opened and the successful bidder will be notified by 3:00 PM on that same day.

Middle School Softball Tryouts

Franklin-Simpson Middle School softball tryouts will be held May 16, 2016 at the Lady Cat Softball Field. Tryouts will go from 3:30 to 5:30 and are open to any girl that will be entering the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the 2016-2017 school year.

STEAM Showcase Tonight! Live Broadcast!

The 3rd Annual Simpson County Schools STEAM (Science • Technology • Engineering • Art • Mathematics) Showcase will be April 19th, 4:30 to 6:00 pm in the Franklin-Simpson High School Gym. The community is welcome to come see what great ways students at SCS are using their 21st century skills in the classroom. Refreshments will be served and live music will be performed.

Monthly Technology Integration Newsletter

Technology tips, tools, and how-tos delivered to your inbox on the second Tuesday of every month.

Kentucky Teacher spotlights Franklin-Simpson High School's Agriculture Program

Franklin-Simpson in the sweet spot of agriculture education! 

"Students in Franklin-Simpson High School's agriculture program scored higher than both the school and state average on last year's ACT." -- Brenna R. Kelly 

http://www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/2016/04/franklin-simpson-in-the-sweet-spot-of-agriculture-education/

National School Breakfast Week

March 7 - March 11

Join us Every Day for Prizes, Fun and Lots of Great Food! Remember Breakfast is FREE for ALL students!

Job Fair at SKYCTC on Tuesday, March 22

The Franklin-Simpson Industrial Board and Kentucky Career Center will be offering a job fair at SKYCTC on Tuesday, March 22.  This is a great opportunity for seniors to take the next step toward a career and meet potential employers.  

Prom Experience

This is a free prom shopping experience for girls who want to go to prom and may not be able to afford dresses, etc.  The event is sponsored by Generation Church Outreach and is open to Simpson County and Sumner County students only.  

WKU Dual Credit for ALL HS Students

WKU Dual Credit will again be offering UC 100 - College and Career Explorations, a course that is 100% online and is designed to help students learn more about themselves and possible careers that fit their goals for the future. WKU instructors will work with students to provide feedback to help them prepare for life after high school. 

Parent Survey

In an effort to improve system practices, Simpson County Schools is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/4902258 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Please complete the survey by Wednesday, August 31st. Thank you for your time and help with this!

WKU The Scholar of the Week

The Scholar of the Week segment will recognize two of the area’s top high school students each week throughout the academic year, whose name, high school, and photograph will be broadcast during a WBKO news program.  Selected Scholars will also be entered into a drawing for a $1,000 scholarship to attend WKU.  We invite you to encourage your most talented juniors and seniors to apply for this prestigious honor.  Selected Scholars from across southern Kentucky will represent their own distinction as well as bring increased attention to the caliber of your school. 

Spring 2017 - PD Opportunities

The Teaching & Learning team would like to announce four opportunities this Spring for Professional Development. 

Dance Team Applications

Applications to try out for the 2016-17 FSHS Dance Team are available in the Franklin Simpson Middle school office and in the Franklin Simpson High School office.  Applications are due by Thursday, March 24. They can be returned to FSMS office or FSHS office.   No late applications will be accepted.  No faxed applications will be accepted.  Tryouts are March 28-March 31 3:30-5 and April 1 TBA.

Summer Chinese Classes Offered

Simpson County Community Education is offering three summer Chinese classes ranging from paper cutting to calligraphy. 

Invitation to Bid

The Simpson County Board of Education is accepting sealed bids for the following vehicles:

1. 2016 Dodge Grand Caravan SE or comparable van

2. 2017 Ford Explorer 4WD or comparable vehicle

Join us for our SKY FAME Recruitment Event

Join us for our SKY FAME Recruitment Event, February 23, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.  at the SKYCTC Franklin-Simpson Center 175 Davis Drive Franklin, Kentucky,

Square to Square Ride

Looking for some good-for-you fun this spring?  Get on your bikes and join us for Literacy's second annual Square to Square Ride on April 23!

We have a route for everyone, ranging from 6 to 62 miles.  Families can ride the 6- or 12-mile route for one registration fee.  Want a challenge?  Ride from the Franklin square to the square in Adairville on the 46- or 62-mile route.

Simpson County Schools gearing up for 2016-2017

SCS opens the school year on Wednesday, August 10th!

DISTRICT WIDE MOWING

The Simpson County Board of Education will accept sealed bids on the following item: DISTRICT WIDE MOWING FOR SIMPSON COUNTY SCHOOLS. Bid forms can be obtained from: Amanda Deweese

SIMPSON COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED FOR MEETING COLLEGE- AND CAREER-READINESS GOAL

(Franklin, Ky.) – Simpson County Schools is among 111 public school districts statewide that delivered on a pledge made five years ago to improve the college- and career-readiness of its high school graduates by 2015.

Franklin-Simpson High School Ranks 13th

Kentucky's highest-ranked school is located in Louisville, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2016 Best High Schools List, which was released today

DuPont Manual High School in Old Louisville was the highest-ranked school out of 34 ranked in Kentucky, according to the report. Highlands High School in Fort Thomas finished second after ranking at the top last year. DuPont Manual was ranked second last year.

SRO Jackson Elected to the Board for the Ky Association of School Resource Officers

Advanced Officer and School Resource Officer Chris Jackson was elected to represent Region 2 on the Board for the Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers on Friday April 22nd. It's a tremendous honor for Franklin Police Department and Simpson County Schools to be represented.

4th Annual STEAM Showcase

Please join us on March 23, 2017, for Simpson County Schools 4th Annual STEAM Showcase. Students from Pre-School to Seniors will be showcasing how they use science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematic skills in their classes. 

Simpson County Educator Named 2016 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow

Franklin March 14, 2016—In recognition of commitment to geographic education, Sam Northern, a teacher-librarian at Simpson Elementary in Franklin was selected as one of the 2016 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellows. Every year, K-12 educators are encouraged to apply for this professional development opportunity that allows them to bring immersive geographic learning experiences back to their classrooms and communities. Mr. Northern is one of 35 highly respected educators from the United States and Canada to receive this honor.

Mrs. Rachel Fairman as the new principal of Franklin Elementary

After a thorough selection process, the FES SBDM Council unanimously selected Mrs. Rachel Fairman as the new principal of Franklin Elementary.  Mrs. Fairman is very excited and honored to be our new FES principal. Through the assessment and selection process of the applicants for the position, she rose to the top!  She assumes her duties as principal effective immediately. 

Disney High School Musical On Stage!

 

Franklin Simpson High School's Theatre Department Presents Disney High School Musical On Stage!

Goodnight Library Auditorium, February 17th and 18th at 7:00PM, February 18th at 3:30PM.

Tickets go on sale February 6th. You can buy tickets from Mrs. Petty at the High School. 

 

8th Grade Transition Information

Spring is an exciting time for our 8th graders as they plan for their future.  Within the next few months, students will gain valuable information and make many choices about next year and beyond.  The following lists all the events we have planned in order to make your child’s transition to the high school a positive one.

The WKU ACT Summer Institute program covers skills needed for success on the ACT.

The ACT Test Prep Program consists of 20 hours of classroom instruction from an experienced instructor, together with additional practice problems and sample tests.  Our comprehensive program emphasizes all ACT test components: Test Taking Strategies, Question Formats, Math, English, Reading Comprehension, and Science Reasoning.

Community Education Sponsors Loom Knitting 

Classes– 3 Tuesdays, February 21-March 7 

5:30pm-7:30pm, Beasley Center, Franklin, KY 

Fee- $35.00 (Starter Loom and Hook provided. Student provides yarn to create a scarf.) 

Registration Required by February 17. 

Call Community Education 270-586-3809.

Engineers Day

Engineers Day (“E-Day”) at the University of Kentucky is now less than a month away. E-Day will take place on Saturday, February 25th from 9:00am-1:00pm. It’s a ‘come and go’ style event. Most activities do not have a start time, although a few contests have a definitive time for judging.

WKU Confucius Institute

Free Interactive Tours 

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 

4:00pm-6:00pm 

Gallery On The Square 

Information Call 270-223-8092