Our Slam is April 13 at 6pm in the FHS Library. Join our FACEBOOK EVENT! Buy Tickets to Verselandia! Here.
FHS SLAM: REGISTRATION CLOSED! Win $100 and a slot at Verselandia! Download HERE. Do it now! Registration closes March 20. Slots are limited to first 25. See online calendar and Watch FHS Slam 2016 or Verselandia 2016and get pumped to play with poetry! Once you do register- sign up for the FHS Slam Remindto get info and reminders.
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March 2: Registration Meeting Lunch Library
March 22 Slam Workshop Library Tutorial w/ Mercedes Munoz
March 24: Registration Deadline — guarantee your slot by signing up early
April 1: Literary Arts Slam Workshop 1-3 w/ Turiya Autry at Lit Arts 925 SW Washington
April 4 :Mandatory Meeting Lunch/ Optional Writing Workshop 3:15-5 B30 w/ Garrett
April 6: Slam Performance Clinic w/ Desmond Spann & Michael Corenthal 3:15-4:15
April 6: Poem drafts due- NEED 2
April 8: Literary Arts Slam Workshop 1-3 w/ Turiya Autry at Lit Arts 925 SW Washington
April 12 :Mandatory Run Through 3:15 Library
April 13: FHS Slam 6:00 Library**
April 27: Verselandia! 7:00 SchnitzerTheater
Coordinated by FHS Slam Committee and Sponsored by the FHS PTSA with support from Literary Arts. Contact Sunny (Library), Ms. Munoz, Ms Garrett, Mr. Spann,, Ms. Vinger, Ms. Kirsch with questions.
March 9th Franklin Library hosts Matthew Desmond, Harvard Sociologist and author of Multnomah County Library’s 2017 Everybody Reads-Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. Matthew Desmond will participate in a Q & A with students 8th period (1-2pm). We also have 50 tickets/transportation for our staff, students, parents who would like to attend the evening lecture at the Schnitzer. Bus will leave FHS 6:15 and return 9:30. Daytime event sign ups are now closed. Permission slips for evening event are due March 1. (Evening FT Permission Slips).Books and articles available for check out from FHS (we have lots of copies!) and MCL. For more information about Matthew Desmond, the book, or the issues check out our Resource List. SEE ALSO http://justshelter.org/stories/ sponsored by Desmond. Read the stories and share yours. And check out the timely action by Portland City Council Here. Watch the documentary about the gentrification of the Albina Neighborhood HERE. Tickets to evening lecture and Q & A visit courtesy of Literary Arts.
Michael Lewis, former bond trader turned writer and author of the best-selling books Moneyball, The Blind Side, Flash Boys, and The Big Short, and his new book- The Undoing Project is coming to Franklin High School Library for a Q & A 1:00-2:10 on January 26th. Students in Psych, Journalism, Gov’t/Econ, Sports Lit are especially invited to attend. Reservation Slip/Sign Up (available on Dec 8 from target teachers or in the library for general community starting January 6) must be turned in by January 13. (1st come 1st served). The Undoing Project- is about decision making and behavioral economics and the psychologists that founded the field: Kahneman and Tversky–whose research into decision-making and judgment offered new trends in behavioral economics, politics, advanced medicine, and sports. Attendance will be shared for (extra) credit. See THESE RESOURCES for Michael Lewis’ articles and interviews. Pictures of the event are HERE
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.