June 6th, 2022

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Forest Park Administration

8th Grade Graduation is THIS Thursday June 9th at 7pm!

We are excited to celebrate the promotion of our 8th grade students to high school with a ceremony and dance. The ceremony will take place on Thursday June 9th with the 8th grade dance to follow. 8th grade families would have received an email on Friday April 22nd with additional details about these events.

If you have any questions about the end of year events, please contact Mrs. Stiglitz at karisa.stiglitz@franklin.k12.wi.us.

8th Grade Graduation Signs - Update!

If you ordered an 8th grade graduation sign you will receive an email with pick up times. The shipment was delayed but we hope to have them very soon! Please contact Jessica Kaye (jessica.kaye@quarles.com) if you have any questions.

Lockers Must Be Cleaned Out By Friday 6/10!

Please remind your student that all items from their locker must be removed by the last day of school. Students will not have the same locker next year. Items that are left in lockers will be disposed of and students will be charged a clean out fee if our custodial staff has to remove any items from the locker.

Lost & Found - Last Chance To Pick Up Items!

Our Lost and Found has LOTS of items that are ready to be claimed! From sweatshirts to coats, and water bottles to lunch boxes, we have a variety of things looking for their home.

Please make sure your student checks the Lost and Found (located near the gym) by this Friday June 10th to see if any of their items are there. Parents are welcome to look at the lost and found before or after school. Any items leftover after Friday will be disposed of.

Important End of Year Chromebook Information

In-person and virtual students in grades 6th-8th will hold onto their Chromebook device, charger, and case during summer break unless they meet one of the following criteria below:

  1. The student is in need of a Chromebook repair
    Possible repairs include:

    • Cracked Screen

    • Display (wavy lines, black/white screen)

    • Keyboard (missing keys, not responding)

    • Trackpad (not functioning, broken)

    • Camera (not working/responding)

    • Microphone (not working/responding)

    • Chromebook Battery Issue

    • Chromebook Charger Issue

    • Missing/loose screws on the bottom of the device

  2. The student is leaving the district at the end of the school year

  3. The student currently is using a Forest Park loaner Chromebook device

    • These students will be notified to return their Chromebook device to the Tech Depot via email

    • All loaners are due 6/9

In-person students that need to return their device can do so at the Forest Park Tech Depot throughout the last week of school during normal school hours. If needed, virtual students can return to the Forest Park office anytime during the last week of school.

Students holding onto their Chromebook over the summer are asked to store their device in a secure location away from extreme heat/cold and liquids. It is also recommended to keep the Chromebook device off the floor where it can be stepped on. Please note that no tech support will be available during the summer break and charges will be issued for any missing/damaged items at the beginning of next school year.

National Child Identification Kits

From Department of Instruction: We are excited to let you know that Alliant Energy, the Green Bay Packers, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Public Instruction have teamed up to provide every learner in Wisconsin with a National Child Identification Kit. The kit is a gift of safety that is hopefully never needed. But in the event of a missing child, the kit helps to provide law enforcement with vital information. The kits are confidential and are designed to be completed and stored securely at a private residence. The information is only turned over to law enforcement in the event of an emergency.

These kits are being distributed this week at the elementary school so your child should be bringing them home on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. The kits are available for pickup in the main office at Forest Park Middle School and Franklin High School if you would like to pick one up or ask your child to pick one up. The kits will also be made available at the FPMS and FHS open houses as school starts back up in the fall and at parent-teacher conferences. This is one extra piece of information you can have at the ready in the event it is needed for a family emergency.



If you are looking for summer meal options for your children, please check the “Summer Food Service Program Outreach” section of our Lunch webpage here.

Our lunch webpage also contains our online lunch menus for all school buildings for the 2022-23 school year.


As we get closer to the end of the 2021-22 school year, we want to update families on what school lunch will look like for the 2022-23 school year. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that has been allowing students to receive free meals will no longer be offering this service for free next school year.

At the start of the 2022-23 school year, school lunches will no longer be free. Prices will remain the same as they were set for the 2020-21 school year.

We highly encourage families to continue to participate in the convenient, nutritious, and cost-friendly school meals.


We encourage families to complete the free and reduced lunch application. The application can be completed online after August 1st, 2022. To find the application, we will have a link on our website here.

Franklin Little League

Franklin Little League is hosting the MLB Pitch Hit & Run on June 18 @ 12:30pm - All boys and girls ages 7-14 across the community are welcome to participate in this free event. Sign up here to participate, online registration is required.

Franklin Little League is also excited to announce that it is hosting the Jr Home Run Derby June 8th & 9th- All boys and girls ages 12-16 (this is not FLL specific) are welcome to participate in this free event. The baseball event will be on June 8th from 7-8pm and Softball will be June 9th from 7-8pm. Sign up here to participate, online registration is required.

Math & Literacy Parent Summer Resources

As we have shared the past few summers, Franklin Public Schools has compiled a list of resources to support students in the areas of math and literacy during the summer months.

Covid-19 Updates

  • We continue to ask families to please be diligent in keeping your children home when they are experiencing symptoms or are sick. Please continue to report any symptoms or sickness through the online absence reporting form process.

  • As a reminder, click here for more information about testing available in the District and the community if you need it.

Check Out E-Books From Our School Library This Summer!

Wanting to read more this summer? Check out some eBooks from your school library - there are hundreds to choose from! We have many ebooks including readalongs, picture books, chapter books and non-fiction. Magazines and a collection of always available graphic novels were added recently. SORA also has a collection of Sweet Reads for summer that will be always available through August 17th. SORA can be accessed from any internet connected device.

Go directly to the SORA ebook collection here

Students and staff can login with their district login and password. SORA is the student app for accessing eBooks. Full directions for accessing eBooks are located here. See staff in the library if you have any questions. Happy summer reading!

Franklin Family Woods Run Sat, June 25th!

How FUN is this? Free Franklin Family Fun Run on Saturday, June 25th. 5K, 1 mile and family run to kickoff the morning, beginning at Kayla's Park at 9 am. Register today and your name will be placed into a drawing for free Milkmen tickets! All monetary donations will go to support the Franklin Educational Foundation.

Franklin Educational Foundation Hosts Back-To-School Milkmen Celebration

August 21st at 1pm is our "Back to School Celebration" for Franklin Public Schools at the Milwaukee Milkmen Game and we are inviting all students, teachers, families and community members to help us celebrate! The Franklin Educational Foundation will be the featured non-profit organization for this Sunday afternoon game. A portion of this game’s ticket sales, and other in-game fundraisers, will help fund the Foundation's student emergency fund, graduating senior scholarships, educator awards, and classroom grants.

The Foundation will announce the seven winners of the 2022 "Excellent Teacher Awards"on the big screen at the game (nominate your FAVORITE teacher here before June 30th!). So get a group together and let's celebrate our FPS's great teachers by enjoying a fun Sunday afternoon at the ballpark.

Buy your tickets here: https://fevo.me/375Q2JS

8th Graders interested in Fall Girls Golf at FHS

If you are interested in coming out for the FHS Girls Golf team this fall, please email Head Coach Brandon Johnsen at brandon.johnsen@franklin.k12.wi.us. Coach Johnsen will add you to the email list so you receive all information needed for the upcoming season! The FHS Girls Golf season starts Monday August 8th, 2022. The Girls Golf team is a wonderful way to improve your skills in the game of golf and also meet some wonderful teammates that you will have for the remainder of your high school career!

Student And Family Assistance Program Launched

As we communicated with all families last Monday, Franklin Public Schools has entered a partnership with Advocate Aurora Health Care to provide counseling options for students and families on a variety of topics. The well-being of our students and families is paramount in helping us to be a better community. The Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP) is operating now and is available to all students and members of their households within our district AT NO COST and offers up to (4) free one-hour sessions with a licensed counselor per issue on a variety of topics related to mental health. Please click here to read our original communication that contains the phone number to begin your services, a flier with more information and an informational video.

9th Grade Transition Days Happening In August

Check out the flyer to the left for more information about the 9th grade transition days taking place in August at the high school.

Spring/Summer Rec Guide Is Out!

The Community Education & Recreation Guide for Spring/Summer is available online! Click here for the Spring/Summer guide. Registration opens online Monday, April 25th at the registration website here! Make sure you already have an account created to help your registration process to run smoothly.

Looking For Athletics Summer Camp Information?

Check out this Summer Camps Athletics page on our website that houses all the known and upcoming summer camp offerings including youth football, volleyball, basketball, and wrestling!


Our registration is now open for next school year for new families to the district and next year’s 4K. You can find all the necessary details on our website here. Please note that students already enrolled in our schools do not have to have a new registration completed. You may utilize the “Create Account” and “Forgot Password” buttons on the registration page to complete your registration or gain access if you have created an account in the past. Please help us share that registration is open with any new families to the area or those with younger children that would be entering 4K or 5K!

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Absence Notification Procedures

Please remember to use our attendance form for ANY attendance related notification including students leaving early, arriving late or full day absences.

Like last year, we will be asking parents/guardians to use THIS FORM to report student absences. The attendance form is also located as a button on the main school webpage and under the “Parents Information” section.

This form will require you to enter your child’s six-digit student ID number and birthdate before you can report your child absent. Student specific medical information collected by the form will remain confidential and only be shared within the health and nursing services team.

Early Dismissals & Late Arrivals

If you come to pick up your student during the school day, we ask that you do not enter our building but instead pull up into the circle driveway outside of our main office. Your student will be watching for you and we will send them out to your car when they see that you have arrived. If you are waiting longer than a few minutes for your student, you may call our main office to check in (414-529-8250).

If you are dropping your student off late for any reason, you do not need to come into the school with your student. Please pull into our circle driveway outside of the main office where your student can enter and check in. We will give your student a pass to class and update their attendance at that time.

Please remember to use THIS FORM for ANY attendance related notification including students leaving early, arriving late or full day absences. Please do not send notes with your student to notify us of these changes.

Dropping something off for your student?

If you are dropping off a forgotten item for your student (lunch, Chromebook, etc.), please use our drop off cart located inside the main entrance near the office. To limit the amount of traffic in/out of our main office, we ask that you leave the item(s) on the cart and clearly label the item(s) with your student's first and last name. Post it notes and pens are provided on the cart.

In an effort to reduce the amount of interruptions to students and teachers in the classroom, most items will be delivered to students during their 3rd hour class unless the item is clearly needed right away (for example, the student's Chromebook). If an item is dropped off after 3rd hour, we will get the item to the student as soon as possible.

Check Out the Forest Park Facebook Page!

The Forest Park Middle School Facebook Page is now being updated regularly and you can head there to see the newest spirit wear photos from this week. Be sure to LIKE or FOLLOW the page so you get notified about updates!

Catch Up On District News

Please be sure to read the newest District Newsletter that comes out now every Friday. You can access all the issues here.

Guidance Counselors

Ellen Montenero, 6th grade counselor


Mindy Greco, 7th grade counselor


Bernadette VanLith, 8th grade counselor



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