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Students, Staff Display Work at FHS Showcase
annual Franklinton High School Spring Showcase took place April 15th
with hundreds of people participating. The annual event is an
opportunity for the community to see some of the great projects and
work being produced at FHS throughout the school year. At left,
computer programming students demonstrate programs generated during
The Franklinton High School PTSA is offereing a $200 scholarship for a deserving senior. Click here
for more information.
FHS Celebrates Read Across America Day
FHS students recently celebrated Read Across
America with local elementary students. This was the eight consecutive year that
Franklinton High School students shared their joy of reading with Franklinton
Elementary School students. It was also the fourth year the event was celebrated
with Long Mill Elementary students. Elementary students listened attentively as
high school students enthusiastically read Dr. Suess stories to them. Older
students engaged the younger students by having them participate in
storytelling and allowing them to ask, and answer questions. They discussed the
moral of the stories and shared their perspectives. Older students stressed the
importance of reading and shared how reading will benefit them in the future.
Both groups equally enjoyed the celebration.
Read Across America is observed annually on
or near March 2, the birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr.
Suess. Advance placement students from Mrs. Tilley’s AP English class, members
of the Future Teachers of America, library media assistants, and other
interested students participated. Mrs. Patricia Sasser, retired FC Schools teacher,
made rounds to each classrooms dressed as the Cat in the Hat. She, along with Mrs.
Doris Davis-Williams and coordinated the event in cooperation with Mrs. Amy
Leonard, FES Media Specialist; and Mrs. Cheryl Wright, Long Mill Elementary School Media Specialist.
Education Association's (NEA) Read Across America initiative is a year-round
literacy project that encourages students to celebrate reading all year-round. Our
local events are promoted by the Franklin County Association of Educators
PTSA Partners With Local Grocery Store
The FHS PTSA has partnered with a local business through the
Partnership in Education program. With each transaction, the company will
contribute 2% of the store's private label purchases. All proceeds will go
directly to supporting students and staff at FHS. For more information, contact FHS PTSA President Huneka Bowers at email@example.com.
FHS Students Experience Enterprise
Axis Enterprises of Franklinton High School recently went on
a trip to Tennessee to interact with other Virtual Enterprise groups from the
region. Virtual Enterprise is a class that simulates a business and how a
business runs. FHS Students purchased other groups’ products and sold products
made from FHS. Students enjoyed seeing other people's business from other
states and learned a great deal.
Competition Cheerleading Squad Takes Silver at State Competition
Franklinton High School competition cheerleading squad put together its
best performance of the year at the proper time. The Lady Red
Rams finished second at the NCHSAA State Competition in the small
varsity, non tumble division. With this performance, FHS earns a bid to
a national competition in March in South Carolina. This marks the
second consecutive year FHS qualified for the national event.
Franklinton is coached by Laura Wilson.
Ninth Graders Learn from Bullying Film
High School teacher Jamye Abram (left) recently received a grant to
take the Red Ram Freshman Academy to view a screening of the film Bully. The film marked the final part of unit on Bullying within Freshman Seminar. The grant included free movie passes for all students as well as charter buses for transportation. The event was an outstanding success. (Photo by Jason King of FHS)
Dancing GrantFranklinton High School physical education,
drama, and band classes participated in dance lessons recently. A grant
from the Franklin County Arts Council allowed professional dance instructors to
bring salsa lessons into the school setting. Students and staff
found it a fun way to exercise, meet new people, and prepare for the prom.
Chappell Named Interim Principal
Retired veteran educator and Franklinton High School
graduate Mike Chappell is currently serving as the FHS interim Principal.
Chappell brings a wealth of experience to Red Ram Country and has served as principal
for multiple schools including Franklinton Elementary. He retired this past
November from Wake County Schools after serving as principal for two schools as
well as the Senior Director for Staffing and Operations in the Wake County
Schools Human Resources Office for six years. Chappell has a total of 32 years
of experience in education.
Senior T-Shirts Now On Sale
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FHS Selected as NBC 17 Cool School
Franklinton High School was recognized on September 5th by NBC-17 for excellence. For more details, click here.