May 4th, 2018
Keep being READY, RESPECTFUL and RESPONSIBLE
Golden Knight Bucks - #livelikeluke
Luke Miller was a Unit 4 student. Even though he passed away young, he left a legacy of Friendship, Kindness, & Empathy. We will celebrate his life this week by drawing attention to all of the times we too demonstrate Friendship, Kindness, & Empathy to others. Teachers and Staff have special Golden $5 Knight Bucks they are looking to give out to students who demonstrate these qualities. You are amazing students, so let's begin our last month of school looking for the best in each of us and #livelikeluke.
May 9 will be the last Wednesday/Collins Homework Club this year.
Ms. Taber still has lab coats, 2 pair glasses, 2 microphones , 3 ring binders, extension cords, Penny skateboard, fake food, Captain America lunch bag, old cell phones, a triangle, a tabletop bell w/green base, plastic garden watering cans, a blue bag in which cookies were brought for concessions, clipboards, plastic cafeteria trays, and SEVERAL PIECES OF STUDENT CLOTHING.
Come on in and grab your stuff! THANKS so much for letting us borrow it!
Attention ALL Franklin STEAM Scholars! Because YOU ARE A SCHOLAR, and we expect nothing less from you. The adults who love and care about you must remind you of the following because, at school YOU ARE AT WORK:
- Adhere to the dress code. Pull up those pants, take those hoods/hats off, leave the pajama pants at home, cover up those mid-riffs and decolletages...you know the rest!
-Cell phones - we should not hear or see these! Expect staff to confiscate them through the end of the day when they are out!
We have too much to do for the next weeks of school to prepare you for the next level in your education. Respect YOURSELVES by respecting these expectations.
For 8th grade students: If you are interested in High School Summer classes, applications are available in the counseling office. Please see Mrs. Gray for more information or stop by the counseling office to get an application. Applications are due back by May 11th.
Franklin Knights see the following dates for your April's PBIS "Recess" Incentive!! There will be footballs, soccer balls, basketballs and jumpropes available.
7th Grade - Friday, May 4th during 9th Hour
Youth Police Academy 2018.
Dates are from June 12-14
there is no cost
Interested students please see Officer Wills for an application or info.
All 6th grade students who have not had their required 6th grade dental exam, it needs to completed and their dental form turned into the office by May 11th, 2018.
May PBIS Incentive - Field Day
Date: Friday, May 18th
Time: During P.E. & Encore Times
KONA ICE IS COMING during Field Day
Prices: $3, $4, $5, $6
All prouducts are gluten, fat, dairy, and peanut FREE – All flavors are made with Vita-Blend
25% of TOTAL sales will be donated back to Franklin!
Stay tuned for specific activities...
8th Graders attending Central next year interested in playing football. Meeting Monday May 7th during your lunch in Ms. Saveley classroom. Coach Turner will be here to talk about summer workouts and games. Let Ms. Saveley know if you will be attending – we will have pizza and go outside and toss the football around after the meeting. Please let me know by Friday May 4th.
Centennial Dance Team Tryouts
Monday May14th & Tuesday May15th
Tuesday May 22nd
For Tryouts, all dancers should wear athletic attire appropriate for dancing. Hair should be neatly
pulled back. Jazz shoes are preferred, but gym shoes may be worn if the dancer does not have
dance shoes. Please bring a water bottle. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with
Facebook-Champaign Centennial High School Dance Team
The Champaign Central HS Marching Maroons will hold Spring Color Guard Clinics for all interested 8th - 11th grade students. The clinics are free; no prior experience is necessary. You will learn basic flag spinning and dance movements.
The clinics will be held on:
Tuesday, 5/15 - 4-6p.m.;
Saturday, 5/19 11a.m.-1p.m.;
Sunday, 5/20 3-5p.m.; and
Wednesday 5/30 9-11 a.m.
Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Meet in the CHS band room. Questions? Contact Mrs. Currey: email@example.com
8th graders going to Centennial interested in cheerleading next year – TRYOUTS - Monday April 30, Tuesday May 1, Thursday & Friday May 3 6:30-8:30 each night. Tryouts on Friday at 6:30. They will receive an info packet on night one. Must attend all nights, unless excused by the coach. If they are not certain, they are free to come on the first night and get all of the info and answers to questions. Also, I can be reached via text/cell 217-821-9056 Thank you, Kerri Smales