Junior Pilot Flash

Apr. 2016 ~ Franklin Township Middle School East

A Bench for Caps! by Emily Mellentine

Attention students,


Ms. Thompson has introduced a competition between all PRIDE classes. Bring in plenty of plastic bottle caps. Below are a few examples of what types of caps we can collect:



  • Soda Bottles
  • Peanut Butter lids
  • Laundry Detergent caps
  • Milk Bottle caps

The plastic bottle caps collected at FTMS East will be exchanged for a bench made from the collected caps! The contest will be in effect Monday, March 14 through April 29, 2016.


Turn in bottle caps to your PRIDE teacher. The PRIDE class with the most collected caps will win a popcorn party.


For every 400 lbs. of caps collected, we will receive one bench from Green Tree Plastics located in Evansville, IN.


**See the below link for additional information.

FTMS East School Nurse - Kerra Waters RN - by Emily Mellentine

There are a few donations that the nurse’s office is in need of:


*Feminine products

*Girls clothing items - all sizes

*Water bottles


There will be a charge of $0.25 on each item for students who need a water bottle or feminine products. The collected money will be used to restock supplies.


Borrowed clothing items need to be washed before being returned to the nurse’s office.


 Reminder to all students to eat breakfast before coming to school to prevent stomach aches.

FTMS East Guidance Counselors

Ms. Cynthia Hamilton
Guidance Director

317-803-8109

cynthia.hamilton@ftcsc.k12.in.us

8th Grade Counselor Last Name N-Z
6th Grade Counselor


Mrs. Kyle McClarnon

317-803-8108
kyle.mcclarnon@ftcsc.k12.in.us

8th Grade Counselor Last Name A-M
7th Grade Counselor

BEast Strong: Upstanders by Haley Fuson

15-80- 10


Only 15% of bystanders intervene.


When they do, they are successful over 80% of the time...


...within the first 10 seconds of the intervention.


Be an UPSTANDER...Not a Bystander.


BEast STRONG is a school wide movement to create an environment where all individuals feel safe


All students and staff have the opportunity to be part of a community of UPSTANDERS.


 Standing up if you see bulling in action


 Stop hurtful things from spreading


 Make friends outside of your circle


 Make new people feel welcome


 Respect others differences

Student Council

Student Council applications for next year may be picked up and turned in to Mr. Adams, Ms. Carr, or Miss Deerberg now through April 22.
Big image
Big image

FTMS East Media Center by Brianna Lawson

The last day for library checkouts is May 6th. All materials are due May 13th.


Late and lost fees can be paid in the Media Center by cash or check made out to FTMSE. The LMC also offers "Food for Fines". This means that for each canned food or nonperishable food item, $0.25 of your fine will be removed. (This does not apply to lost books.) Remember, you are responsible for all materials checked out.


Don't forget, the the FTMS East Library Media Center has access to eBooks and audiobooks through the app is Brytewave k12. To sigin into the app, you will need three things:

1. the school passcode: wbb44241

2. your school username

3. your school password


FTMS East LMC current has 173 eBooks and 51 audiobooks with more to come! EBooks and audiobooks can be accessed 24/7.

Big image

Nominate a student and/or a teacher as the FTMS East Difference Maker by completing the form below.

Difference Maker - Talhelm
Difference Maker - Mr. Talhem

Students interested in contributing to the newsletter need to complete the form below.

Big image
Big image

FC Flashes Football Gear

The Flashes Football program is ramping up for our most successful season in a long time! Since the season is right around the corner we have decided to open up our Team Apparel Store a little earlier this year. This way we can ensure that all students and staff can be covered from head to toe in the most up to date Flashes Football Gear by the time we play Roncalli in Lucas Oil Stadium Week 2! If you are interested in showing your support for the program please follow the directions below! The first online store session will close April 25th!

Ordering is very simple.

1. Visit www.bsnteamsports.com and enter the access code flashe5GK.

2.Select your favorite team gear (We are offering a variety of things such as shirts,shorts,bags,pants and jackets etc)

3.Select your size and colors

4. Finish purchasing process online

Your order will be hand delivered or shipped directly to your home. Please let me know if you have any questions and I would be more than happy to help. Thank you for your continued support!

Go Flashes!,

Grant H. Lewis

Franklin Central High School

Physical Education, Health, E.P.E. Instructor

Head Football Coach

FCHS Cheerleading Tryouts

Dear Cheerleading Candidates & Parents/Guardians,


Thank you for your interest in trying out for the 2016-2017 Football Cheer Team at Franklin Central High School. FC appreciates your enthusiasm and interest in the cheer program. This try-out will only be for individuals interested in cheering for football.

This can be a truly rewarding experience, but it also requires a tremendous time commitment. A cheer team member must be willing to practice on her own time to perfect skills. Additionally, a cheer team member must be able to work well with others; as cheerleading is a team sport! Please be aware of this as you prepare to take on the challenges and responsibilities of becoming a cheer member at Franklin Central High School. If you are already committed to many activities both inside and outside of Franklin Central, you may not have the time to take on another activity. Please check out the calendar on the cheer web-site to get a better idea of the commitment, https://sites.google.com/site/franklincentralcheer/ . Please keep in mind the calendar is subject to change.


This packet contains information regarding try-outs and responsibilities if you are chosen to cheer for football season. Please review requirements for try-outs and the score sheet, so you know exactly what will be asked from you. I have also included an estimate of the cost for cheer clothes, shoes, pay to participate, etc.


Please read the following packet carefully and return all other necessary forms to Coach Dirr or Coach Ledbetter by beginning of clinic Monday, May 16th at 5pm. You will not be able to try-out if the form is not turned in by the beginning of the clinic. You may turn paperwork in early to either Coach Dirr or Coach Ledbetter. You must attend the clinic to learn try-out material. The clinic is Monday, May 16 5:00-6:30pm located in Freshman Academy. Try-outs will be held in Freshman Academy Gym at FCHS beginning at 3:30pm on Wednesday, May 18th. You may enter through the Freshman Academy entrance, which is located across from the football stadium.


I will post the list of cheerleaders for basketball season on my web-site, https://sites.google.com/site/franklincentralcheer/ . If you are chosen to become a football cheerleader, you and a parent are required to attend a meeting on Monday, May 23rd at 5:00pm. The meeting will be located in Coach Ledbetter’s classroom, 9217, in the Freshman Academy at FCHS. Each cheerleader will be asked to bring a check for Pay to Participate. The cost for the first season of pay to participate is $200. If you receive free or reduced lunch, you will be eligible for free or reduced pay to participate.

Thank you and good luck!


Coach Alicia Dirr alicia.dirr@ftcsc.k12.in.us

803.5654

Big image