Cardinal Family Newsletter

It's A Great Day to Be a Cardinal!

April 26-30

Dear Cardinal Families,

Last week we completed out seventh and eight grade ELA state tests. This week we will be doing the fifth and sixth grade ELA tests on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

Felicitiy- Franklin schools will be partnering with the Clermont County Public Health Department (CCPH) to provide COVID-19 immunizations to eligible students, their families, and members of the community at our school. You find further information below.

We will be having summer school this year from June 1-30th for students who are needing additional instruction and intervention. Teachers will be reaching out to parents of students who would benefit by attending.

Have a great week and feel free to reach out with any questions.

Mrs. Hiler


Felicity Franklin Local Schools is pleased to be partnering with the Clermont County Public Health Department (CCPH) to provide COVID-19 immunizations to eligible students, their families, and members of the community at our school. The purpose of this letter is to provide you with the details of the clinic process.

CCPH will be offering the Pfizer vaccine ( For the Pfizer vaccine Emergency Use Authorization fact sheet, please go to The Pfizer vaccine is given as a two-dose series, with 21 days between the first and second doses. CCPH will facilitate the administration of both doses. People receiving their first dose at the school clinic will be automatically scheduled for their second dose. First doses will not be administered at the second dose clinic.

CCPH will be conducting the immunization clinics at our school on the following dates and times:

Location: Felicity-Franklin High School, please park in the High School Lot

**Enter through the main high school entrance

Dates: 5/3/2021 for first dose

5/24/2021 for second dose

Times: Vaccinations given from 3:30p -- 6:00p

REGISTRATION: Please register in advance by downloading the ArmorVax application to register.

Additional documents and information can be found on the CCPH web site at COVID-19 Vaccine Info | Clermont County Public Health (

We look forward to providing this important opportunity for our students, their families, and the members of our community.

Upcoming Important Dates

April 20th and 21st- 7th and 8th grade ELA test

April 27th and 28th- 5th and 6th grade ELA testy

May 3rd and 4th- 7th grade Math and Algebra

May 5th and 6th - 5th and 6th grade Math

May 11th and 12th- 5th grade Science

May 18 and 19th- 8th grade Science

May 26th- Last Day of School - Early Release @11:00.

Track and Field Schedule

April 14th - Track pictures

April 15th- Track meet @Williamsburg

April 17th- Track meet @ Georgetown

April 21st- Track meet @ CNE

April 29th- Track meet @Blanchester

Yearbook Link

If you are interested in ordering a yearbook for your child the link is below. Even though it says that it is a high school yearbook, it is for all three buildings.
SPIRITWEAR SALE!! Three ways to order!
1. Send us a message with your order and venmo payment to @felicityfranklin-PTO ( or on facebook!)
2. Use the order forms coming home with your children and send in cash or check with your order.
3. COMING SOON- will soon have our products on their website!

Parent Tips

This week we are talking to students about social media and using it to connect with friends and how it can have positive and negative affects. Below is a handout that has four tips you can share with your child to have positive experiences online.
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Parents' Ultimate Guide to Instagram

Middle School Testing Calendar

Remote Students

Students that are currently remote will test on their grade level's testing day. They are expected to be here at 7:45 am and enter through the superintendent's door. We will have breakfast provided for them.
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FFMS Expectations for Remote Learning


When you were learning remotely in the spring, many of you did your best to be successful, no matter the circumstances. This year, we have had more time to think ahead and to plan for the possibility of remote learning. We have NOT decided to learn remotely at this time. However, in case we do, you need to know the expectations.



    • You will participate “live” in all your scheduled classes via Google Meet.

    • Teachers will teach lessons from their classrooms using the technology tool identified for your grade level. You will be expected to log into:

      • Grades K-1 SeeSaw

      • Grades 2-4 Google Classroom

      • Grades 5-12 Schoology

    • Teachers will teach on screen and/or use an interactive whiteboard.

    • You will be given opportunities to practice and get teacher feedback.

    • Digital resources will be organized in ways that allow you to get to them easily.

    • Of course, teachers will check in and make sure you’re doing well emotionally. Remember, our main focus is your academic achievement.

    • Teachers will be introducing and assessing new content. It won’t simply be a review of what has already been taught. We have to keep moving forward.


    • You will follow the daily schedule on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

    • You and your peers will be learning together in real-time, following your daily schedule (see pages 3-6).

      • Teachers in grades 2-12 will use Google Meet as their video conferencing tool.

      • You are expected to be seen on screen during instructional time.

      • You may use different, school-appropriate backgrounds if you desire so that your family privacy is protected.

      • Homework and practice are to be completed outside of your Google Meet time.

    • PLEASE NOTE: Students who are already participating in distance learning through Accelerate Education (K-5) or APEX (6-12) will remain on those programs until the end of the academic quarter. At the end of the quarter, they may switch to the district’s remote learning plan if they choose to do so.


  • Wednesdays will be used as Teacher Communication Days. Teachers will communicate with your parents/guardians if you have poor attendance, are struggling with content, and/or are not actively engaging or participating during class.

  • Wednesdays will also be used for teachers to provide remediation (scheduled in advance).

    • You may be assigned and expected to log-in to virtual support meetings on Wednesdays or at other times, as scheduled and agreed upon by your teacher.

  • You are expected to use Wednesdays to complete assignments, seek assistance, and/or monitor your own progress.


  • Your grades will NOT be based on only your participation or simply doing your work. The quality of your work will be the basis for your grades.

  • As always, grades will be entered into ProgressBook, and your parents/guardians will have access to your progress.


  • You will be expected to attend all classes Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

  • Your parents/guardians are still required to contact the building secretary if you are absent, just as they would do if you were attending school in person.

  • Excused and unexcused absences will continue to be defined by the school district.

  • Make-up work for absent students is up to the teacher. They may record their classes and post them on the digital platform for you to review, or they may ask one of your peers to partner with you to get class notes, etc.

  • Teachers will make sure you feel supported in catching up if you are absent.

  • Please remember, students may be assigned and expected to log-in to online support meetings on Wednesdays or at other times, as scheduled and agreed upon by the teacher.


    • You will be provided with the technology necessary to actively participate in remote learning activities.

      • Grades K-1 iPads Grades 2-12 Chromebooks


    • Hot spots are being distributed to families who are in need of them.

      • Your parents are asked to contact building principals if you are in need of hot spots to connect to the Internet.

    • All parking lots on the Felicity-Franklin Local Schools campus are now wi-fi equipped if your family chooses to access the Internet that way.


    • Cafeteria staff will be preparing non-heated meals for district families during the time you are learning remotely.

    • Because the weather is getting colder and because you need to be online learning, delivery vans will bring meals for the entire week to families on Mondays. No pick-up is necessary.

If you would like to participate in this meal program, please have your parent/guardian call Michelle Hazelbaker, Cafeteria Supervisor, at (513) 362-5355 or E-mail her at

Parent Survey

Parent Survey

Please take a moment to fill out this parent survey. This year has been a different than what we are used to but I would still appreciate and value your feedback. Thank you.

March Character Trait-

The way parents talk about ability and learning can have powerful effects on their kids’ beliefs. Below are three ways parents can instill a growth mindset. And remember, developing a growth mindset in yourself and in your kids is a process that takes time. Have a growth mindset about developing a growth mindset!

  • Recognize your own mindset: Be mindful of your own thinking and of the messages you send with your words and actions.
  • Praise the process: Praising kids for being smart suggests that innate talent is the reason for success, while focusing on the process helps them see how their effort leads to success.
  • Model learning from failure: When parents talk positively about making mistakes, kids start to think of mistakes as a natural part of the learning process.

Parent Referral Form for the YMCA Program

Parent Tips


Please keep Final Forms Updated

2020-2021 School Calendar

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Charge the Chromebooks!

Please make sure your child gets in the habit of charging their chrome books each evening. It is important that they come to school prepared and the chrome books are as important to class as bringing paper and pencils. They will need their computers to fully participate in instruction in most classes.


If you do not wish to receive voice calls or texts from the Felicity-Franklin Local School District, please select the link below and complete the information requested. Thank you.

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School starts at 7:30 am and ends at 2:30 pm. Every hour of the school day counts, so please try and have your child to school on time. If your child is absent please call 513-362-5307 by 10:00 am.

Stay Connected - Three Easy Ways

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Follow @ Felicity-Franklin Schools and Felicity-Franklin Middle School on Twitter


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To Contact Me


Phone- 513-362-5382