The Franklin High School Toolbox is now the official FHS LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER website. You can access classroom online resources, research tools, book lists, our catalog, and our calendar from anywhere at anytime. TEXTBOOK CHECKOUT will be the first week of school. Freshman: in CCR class; Sophomores in MWH; Juniors in English; Seniors in Gov’t /Econ. See HERE for exact schedule.
FHS Slam 2014 and Verselandia 2014 Audio and Video and Pics are here! Listen! Watch! Share!
Franklin High Slam 2014 Video Thanks to PPS TV Services
Franklin Slam 2014 Photos
Verselandia 2014 Video Thanks to PPS TV Services
Verselandia 2014 Photographs Andie Petkus (Non logo shots soon)
Verselandia 2014 Audio & Interview: Portland Radio Project
The audience was the biggest winner at the FHS Poetry Slam 2014! But also–1st Place ~ Sam Burnett (12th grade & Verselandia vet), 2nd Place ~ Juan Ordaz (11th grade), 3rd Place ~ Arianna Jacobs (11th grade & Verselandia vet), 4th Place ~ Janet Webster (10th grade & Verselandia vet), 5th Place ~ Bryon Dunn-Abe (12th grade and 1st time FHS Slam competitor!). Sam and Juan will also be competing at Verselandia! (4/29). Come and see the best high school slammers in the city compete- Get your tickets HERE. Thanks to PTA and Slam Committee and Volunteers for making it happen. Details of the evening event are HERE and see pictures of performers and judges below.
April 15 6pm. Library! Free! Come to the 3rd annual FHS Poetry Slam featuring 25 brave creative students, 5 fabulous judges, 2 magnificent math guys, 1 groovy guitarist, and great snacks from Communicare. The winner receives $100 and a place at Verselandia! (4/29)
EVERYBODY READS! March 11 Evening Field Trip 6:30-9:30 at the Schnizter Auditorium Open to All Students -100 students can attend. 1st come 1st served. Get Permission Slip from Social Studies, Law or English teacher, the library or Ms. Childs. Turn in by 3/4/13 to Room 244. Transportation provided to and from FHS. Meet at the Turnaround by 6:00.
Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justice, was the third woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court. She grew up in the Bronx, from where she went to Princeton, and then onto Yale Law School. She worked at the New York District Attorney’s office, had a private practice, and was then appointed as a Supreme Court Justice. Pick up a copy at a branch of the Multnomah County library or Franklin Library.