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Hello! FSHS will host Freshman Orientation August 17th and 18th and will offer morning and afternoon sessions. Please sign up for ONE session on either day. We can't wait to see you and share all the wonderful things that FSHS has to offer. You'll take a tour of the school, meet some of your teachers and get a quick guide to making your Freshmen year the best school year yet! https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/1229335940046/false#/invitation
Thank you so much to our food services and transportation during this time! We greatly appreciate all the hard work and dedication for feeding the students of Franklin-Simpson! https://youtu.be/ZWsNdkL0IbA #1FS
SENIORS--->Arrival Times--->Name to Announce Form https://tinyurl.com/yc9ntw9e--->Traffic Pattern #1FS
Chromebook Return: Bring them to Central Office 8-3 any weekday or FSHS lobby May 26-29 from 8-3.
James--a member of the Class 2020--created this fantastic video w/ some extremely wise words! #1FS https://tinyurl.com/y8gr47s6
(Graduation, Prom, Schedules, etc.) Frequently Asked Questions--->Find answers here! #1FS https://www.smore.com/1d6sw
Important Updates: 1) sadly, prom is on permanent hold due to public restrictions, 2) the yearbook publisher thinks they might ship mid-June (everyone will get their yearbook), 3) senior spotlight still open but need to fill out form-->https://forms.gle/c99aXGg7ZDteZaR77 #1FS
An email was sent to all inboxes listed in Infinite Campus last night with updates and important info. Students, be sure to check your school email and parents, check the email account you have on file with us at school!
It’s National Assistant Principals Week! Celebrate our district’s APs all week long! We can't thank you enough for all the hard work you do!
Hello SCS Families! We will be having a SCS Wave Parade on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday of this week! I am sure some of you have seen the wave parades done by the various schools in the last few weeks. A wave parade is where teachers drive in their cars around the different neighborhoods in their districts and wave to their students. Teachers decorate their cars and students and parents hold up signs and wave as they come by. From the videos that I have seen, it seems like a fun time for all involved! The SCS Wave Parades will start around 3:00 pm each day! We are so excited to be able to do this for the students, parents, and community of Simpson County! This is an unprecedented time and we are all doing the best we can to make the best of it. We are all in this together and this wave parade is a great way to show this! The safety of everyone is one of our biggest concerns during the wave parades! As we pass by your neighborhood and/or house, please do not gather with other families. Please stay on your front porch and/or yard only. It is important that we do not have any gathering of any kind during the wave parades. Families can also make signs and posters to wave as we pass by if you would like. Our goal is to hit the majority of Simpson County over the course of these three days! Below are the neighborhoods that we will visit each day! Each neighborhood listed will be visited on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday so that we give everyone a chance to experience this. If we aren’t coming by your house, find a safe space in one of the neighborhoods listed to join us for the wave parade but remember, do not gather with any other families during this time! Be sure to be looking for us around 3:00 pm if we will be in your neighborhood! We miss our school kiddos so much and this is a great way for us to see them! As always, stay safe Simpson County!! Routes for the Wave Parade **These neighborhoods will be visited Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week by teachers from different schools in the district! Be sure to attend one or all of the parades this week! We can’t wait to see you!!** SW QUADRANT HIGHLANDS BLACKBERRY RIDGE WALNUT AND POPLAR STREETS THE NEIGHBORHOOD ACROSS FROM SIMPSON SENG STREET AND NEIGHBORHOOD WESTWOODS SUBDIVISION PEPPER STREET WEST CEDAR HIGH STREET, FRANKLIN AVENUE, LIBERTY STREET SE QUADRANT BRECKENRIDGE STREET ACROSS 1008 DOWN MORRIS STREET STREETS BETWEEN MORRIS AND CHERRY STREET CHERRY STREET ACROSS THE TRACKS TO LEMON AND ORANGE THE APTS. OUT TO GARVIN POINTE APTS. AT EXIT SIX. BACK INTO TOWN AND GO DOWN E. MADISON STREET NE QUADRANT EAST CEDAR TO EAST STREET STREETS AROUND GREENLAWN CEMETERY COTTAGE LANE RUTHERFORD AVENUE AND SIDE STREETS QUAIL RIDGE HUNTINGTON PARK WINDY CIRCLE BRODERSON TRAILER PARK STRAWBERRY LAND, SPEARS AVENUE, MARK STREET EAST CEDAR TO TOWN NW QUADRANT HARRISTOWN AND GRAINGER VILLAGE BREVARD STREET MCGOODWIN AVENUE AND HIGH STREET WESTVIEW HEIGHTS AKIN AVENUE PATTON SUBDIVISION SALEM AND WINSTON STREETS CAMBRIDGE TRACE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES NEW SUBDIVISION NORTH OF COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES
The best learning comes from our desire to better ourselves, not for some grade or credit, just ambition & a willingness to invest in ourselves. Here are plenty of free learning opportunities from Ivy League institutions: https://bit.ly/2UMmdnQ #1FS
SENIORS: We want to celebrate you! Take a moment to fill out this brief form: https://forms.gle/MHNLNU3NDo3oMGu9A #1FS
Before the Coronavirus we had a few K classrooms with incubators to hatch chicks, those since have been moved but here is the link https://youtu.be/E4JhpB3WmCc to watch the livestream of the eggs! Feel free to share!
Parents of Kinders: iRead is very touchy, it likes Google Chrome as a browser, clearing cache, cookies, and history may help also. It is a "internet heavy" program also and any disruption in service may take it down. If you use the link feslogin.weebly.com your students will recognize the site from computer lab. If you have any issues use the Tech Help form on the bit.ly/fsnti20 page. Thank you!
All You Need To Know About NTI Days & the Next 3 Weeks Be Safe Everyone #1FS https://www.smore.com/decu7
#schoolcounselors help thousands of K-12 students worldwide. This week we celebrate their efforts, hard work and dedication. Happy National School Counselors Week #NSCW2020!
Don’t forget! No School for students on Tuesday, January 21, 2020! See you Wednesday Wildcats!
#PAEMST 2020 Nomination Drive is this week! Help us celebrate exemplars of STEM education by nominating a K–6th grade teacher today! http://bit.ly/2ZPk6lj
Every adult & student matters at FSHS. Here are just a few I managed to get around to & thank, but I cannot stress how fortunate I feel to be alongside this group. #1FS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9UinhOstug
Trimester 1 Grades Now Available in Infinite Campus What's happening around FSHS next week? 11/22-11/29 #1FS https://www.smore.com/decu7
Students needing to fulfill their Graduated Driver Licensing requirement can register now for a class that will be held on Thursday, November 14th at Franklin-Simpson High School from 4-8 pm. You can register by going to www.kentuckysafedriver.com or by calling 502-699-2295. #1FS
A statement regarding terroristic threatening & definition according to KRS 578.078 https://bit.ly/2lv0anW #1FS
Don't forget to attend District Registration on the FSHS Campus on Monday, July 29, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm!
Attention Student Drivers: At this link, https://5il.co/91iy you will find the FSHS Parking Contract. This is another form that you can print out and have filled out before attending District Registration on 7/29/19. Please note, a parent signature is required!
PLEASE NOTE: Online Registration is a 2 part process this year, after completing the Online Registration please return to the Parent Portal and do the More > Meal Benefits section.
Franklin-Simpson High School is pleased to announce a press conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday March 13, 2019 in the FSHS gymnasium. The press conference is to recognize Madison Davis who has committed to play softball with Campbellsville! Way to go Madison!
Don't forget: No School For Students on Friday, March 8, 2019 for Learning Community Day! Teachers and Staff will participate in Wildcat Summit!
In accordance with the state and federal regulations implementing the individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), this is to inform the public of our intent to destroy personally identifiable information related to special education services.
A record 461 schools from 26 states honored for promoting healthy eating and physical activity... Lincoln Elementary named one of America's Healthiest Schools - Bronze Awardee.