May 31, 2022

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Library Books are Due Back

All elementary library books are due back on May 31st (but if you are reading this today, please return them as soon as possible tomorrow!). Middle school and High school books are due back June 3rd. Please look for any missing books in cars, under furniture, in your child’s classroom and return them to school. Families will receive a bill over summer for any library materials that are not returned. If items are found over the summer they can be returned to the ECC District Office and student accounts will be adjusted. If families would like to provide a replacement copy instead of paying for the item, the replacement copy may be sent to school in the fall. Thank you!

Spring Final Exam Schedule

Click here to see the semester 2 final exam schedule

FPS Transportation Survey

This past Wednesday, all families were sent an FPS Transportation Survey message. Please take the time to complete this survey once per child that was enrolled during this 2021-22 school year. This survey gives us data on who utilized our district transportation for state reports and the same survey also helps to communicate your bus riding needs for next year. Please click here to complete the survey before Friday, June 3rd at 11:59pm.


  • If your student is currently a senior, please select Graduate and Does Not Require Bussing for the 22-23 school year

If your student will be driven to and from school, please DO NOT select transportation needed as a backup plan. Transportation can be added at any time during the school year by using this Bus Route Change or Addition Form

2022-23 FHS Course List/Future Scheduling Info

All families of students currently in grades 8-11 should have received their list of scheduled classes for the 2022-23 school year via email toward the end of last week. As indicated in the letter accompanying the course list, changes should be minimal due to thoughtful course selections back in winter; however, if there is a change that needs to be requested, students must submit the completed bright pink course change request form (available in Student Services), due back to Student Services by 3 p.m. on Fri., June 3. Any change is based on space availability, academic/career plans, and schedule options and cannot be guaranteed, but FHS counselors will try their best to accommodate requests and to let students know the outcome via school email by summer break. Change requests will NOT be accepted after June 3, including during the summer or at the start of school in fall. Students do not need an appointment to request a change, as they just need to submit the form, and changes will not be made without the completed form. We anticipate that detailed student schedules, including rooms, hours, teachers, etc. will be available to access on PowerSchool in mid- to late-August once again this year.

Summer Homework for Honors and AP Courses

This week, students in grades 8-11 should check the link in the email accompanying their list of future scheduled courses for information on any summer homework for AP or honors courses. The summer homework document is also linked on the FHS School Counselors website, so it can be accessed online at any time.

Hey, Hey, Hey... check out the students who have been showing Saber Pride this week!

Enjoy this edition of the Saber Roar

Stories include:

  • AAPI Month
  • What's Poppin' - Alum Paul Cimoch and Van McNeil
  • Saber Dogs
  • Bloopers
  • Handcuff Challenge
The Saber Roar 1327 5/25/22

FHS Athletes - Develop Your SPARQ!

Speed, Quickness, Agility, Reaction, and Quickness. Ted Lang, a renowned speed, strength, and conditioning coach with MLB, NFL, and NCAA experience, will be hosting a SPARQ camp at FHS on June 13-16 from 1 pm - 2:30 pm. All athletes are invited and encouraged to attend. See this document for details and waiver!

Class of 2022 Graduation Information

2022 Commencement

A reminder that graduation for the Class of 2022 will be held at the American Family Field on Saturday, June 11th at 4:00 PM.

Tickets are available for purchase until the end of the day on May 31 for $8 each.

Please review these notes regarding the graduation ceremony (expectations, where to park, arrival time, etc).

Cap & Gown Orders

Any seniors who have not picked up their cap and gown orders can stop by the office to pick them up. If you forgot to place your order with Jostens, we also have items for sale.

  • Cap, Gown, and Tassel - $50

Flowers for Commencement

The Commencement Group offers pre-sales of flowers for graduates. All online orders will be available for pickup on site the day of the graduation. To retrieve your order, stop at the booth located conveniently in the parking lot near the entrance to the graduation before the ceremony begins. Use this link to take a look at their selection.

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Summer College Counseling

Class of 2023 - get a jump start on the college application process by joining this Summer College Counseling Camp in August. See the flyer below for details!
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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!

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.

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Summer E-Book Reading Options

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!

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

COVID-19 Updates

  • CASES: 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.

  • TESTING FOR AT SCHOOL STUDENTS & STAFF ONLY: Students and their family members who are at home and need access to testing are recommended to visit a community testing site. For more information, please visit the Summit Clinical Labs website or the DHS Community Testing page here. Students or staff who are present at school and in need of access to testing can be tested in their building through the ongoing partnership between FPS and Summit Clinical Labs. For more information about testing, click here.

  • As shared in this update from the March 11th Newsletter, we will resume publishing dashboard updates if the Milwaukee County rating moves to high.

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.


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