TELL ABOUT A TIME YOU ran away, found money, lied, fought back, caught the ball. . .
FAST Storytelling Workshops Nov 29- Dec 1 from 3:30-5: Find your story and learn to tell it in just 5-10 minutes! Open to all students and staff who might have a story to tell. Come to two FAST (Franklin Authors and StoryTellers) Workshops: #1) 11/ 29 or 11/30; #2) 12/1. Led by teachers Josh Forsythe and Sandra Childs in B-56. Free! Sign up in Library or with your English Teacher.
FAST Showcase/Open Mic: Students/staff who have participated in the storytelling workshops or in Advanced Acting are invited to tell their tales on Dec 6 3:30-5:30 B-56. ALL FHS community are welcome to attend as audience. FREE. (this event will take the place of our December Open Mic )
TEXTBOOK CHECKOUT will be the first week of school. Freshman: in CCE class; Sophomores in MWH; Juniors in English; Seniors in Gov’t /Econ. See HERE for exact schedule.
Students will check out all their books for all their classes at one time. They must have ID (or a picture of their ID barcode) and their schedule. They should have cleared their record of books and charges at registration. Having charges or books still out will delay textbook check out. If you have questions feel free to contact Sunny or Marjie or Rebecca in the library.
The calendar for iPad and textbook and library check-in and clearance is HERE.
Seniors Instructions Slideshow is HERE. Seniors received library notices in the mail the week of April 15. Underclass Instructions Slideshow is HERE. All students receive paper copies of their library notices in class mid May. Students are scheduled during CCE for 9th grade, MWH for 10th grade, Jr English for 11th grade, and Gov’t/Econ for 12th grade to return all materials not needed for finals, pay charges, clear their records Students will need to pay with cash or check SEPARATE from the fees being paid to the bookkeeper. Please clear record during scheduled time as we will be busy with other classes later.
You can access your library/textbook record by logging into our library catalog online (click on Catalog on the right side of the FHS Toolbox ) or on the very easy to use APP . If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Library.
If you want to taste a bit of the FHS Slam 2016 but don’t have time to watch the whole video, here are a few clips from the night:
Archie’s Poem: read by Sunny, written by Lily
Ellie and Janet: Sister Celebration Ode
Lily’s Advice Poem (Lily won 2nd place at Verselandia!)
Django’s Slam Evolution (2nd place at FHS Slam, Verselandia participant.)
Allia’s Syrian Sentiment (3rd place at FHS Slam)