JUNIOR PILOT FLASH
NOV. 2015 ~ FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP MIDDLE SCHOOL EAST
EDITED BY : CAYLA PITTMAN, MADISON SIMPSON, TRINITY JOURNEY
Chase Huotari - Principal
Make a difference every day!
BE Safe ~ BE Responsible ~ BE Respectful
FCHS ~ Raking for Riley
Franklin Central students will be RAKING FOR RILEY October 31st, November 7th, November 14th, and November 21st. We do not rake in heavy snow or thundershowers.
You supply the bags, we supply the rakes. As always, students will only accept checks made out to: FCDM (Franklin Central Dance Marathon). Please, no cash.
Large yard with side yard--$125
1/2 acre to 1 acre---$175
Regretfully, we cannot rake any yard over 1 acre.
YOU MAY BOOK YOUR RESERVATION BY RETURNING THIS E-MAIL, OR BY CALLING ME AT THE NUMBER BELOW!
Thanks for listening!
Steve George, GM
It is that time of year again! The Marion County Health Department to will be at FTMS East on November 12 & 13, 2015, to perform both near and far vision screenings. All 8th graders and all students NEW TO MARION COUNTY (moved here from out of state or a different county) will be screened.
Please make sure that your student wears prescribed contacts/glasses, if applicable, the day of the screening to avoid unnecessary referrals.
Kerra Waters, RN, BSN
Community Health School Nurse
10440 Indian Creek Road
Indianapolis, IN 46259
Boys Basketball vs. Center Grove
Tuesday, Nov. 17th, 5pm
10440 Indian Creek Road South
Bring in 3 canned goods to get in FREE for 1 adult, student or senior.
Academic Team Call Outs BPA Meeting
Academic Team Call Outs
Club Linus Robotics Club
5:00 Boys BB vs St Barb
7:00 PTC Meeting
5:00 Boys BB vs FCVMS
Canned Food Drive thru 11/21
Winter Sport Pictures #1
Club Club Linus
5:00 Boys BB vs CGMSC
5:00 Boys BB @ CGMN
Random Acts of Kindness Club
5:00 Boys BB vs Lynhurst
November 26 No School
November 27 No School
Star Express ~ Food Services
Star Express is proud to offer Franklin Township students a nutritious breakfast daily. Star Express breakfast features nutritious whole grains, protein, fresh fruit, and milk. Research shows that students who eat breakfast do better in school, are more likely to participate in physical activities, and tend to eat healthier overall. Eating breakfast can help improve math, reading and standardized testing scores. So, fuel up and be a star by joining Star Express for a healthy breakfast.
*Nutritional information for breakfast and lunch items can be found online at* http://ftcsc.nutrislice.com/
For more information on student health, visit www.kidshealth.org.
**If you are interested in working for Star Express, please visit www.ftcsc.k12.in.us to apply **
Please contact the Star Express Registered Dietitians with any comments and/or questions.
We’d love to hear from you!
Betsey Willard, RD – Child Nutrition Supervisor
Alison Powers, RD – Assistant Child Nutrition Supervisor