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FRANKLIN COUNTY SCHOOLS ... 2-4 PRIVATE SCHOOLS ... 5

FRANKFORT INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ... 5-6 NEW PRINCIPALS ... 8-9 ELECTRONIC LUNCH MONEY ... 10-11

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SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS ... 12-27 FRESHMAN EXPERIENCE ... 28


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FRANKLIN COUNTY BONDURANT MIDDLE SCHOOL n Bondurant Drive n 875-8440 n www.franklin.kyschools.us n Hours are from 8:40 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. n Grades 6th – 8th n Enrollment: 650 students n Administration

Casey R. Sparrow – Principal; Keith Embry – Assistant Principal; Kate Higgs – Counselor n SBDM Council members Casey R. Sparrow – chair person; Karen Tackett – teacher representative; Shannon Rogers – teacher representative; Kate Higgs – teacher representative; Tom Emberton – parent representative; Maurice Brown – parent representative. n New teachers Lauren Burnett – General Music/Chorus Allison Cooke – 6th Grade Language Arts/ Social Studies Jessica Dye – Health/Physical Education Sophia Everson – 8th Grade Science/Language Arts Sherri Henley – Technology Kate Lee – 7th Grade Social Studies/Language Arts Rebecca Moreland – 7th Grade Math/Lan-

guage Arts Brent Tackett – Special Education Robbie Thompson – 8th Grade Math/Science Caroline Wingate – Special Education

BRIDGEPORT ELEMENTARY

n 10 Doctors Drive n 875-8430 n http://franklin.kyschools.us/bes n Hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. n Grades preschool-5th n Enrollment: 455 n Administration

Martha Lail – principal; Santina Plottner – counselor n SBDM Council members Martha Lail – admin; Jessica Huff, Stephanie Wilson and Santina Plottner – teacher reps; Maria Brown and Stephanie Carpenter n New teachers Andrea Wooldridge – 5th Lauren Hedges – Kindergarten John-Austin Jenkins – 3rd

COLLINS LANE ELEMENTARY n 1 Cougar Lane n 875-8410 n http://franklin.kyschools.us/cle

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n Hours are 7:40 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. n Grades Pre-Kindergarten – 5th n Enrollment: 560 n Administration

Sharla Six – principal; Jennifer Rase – assistant principal; Holli Blevins – counselor n SBDM Council members Sharla Six – chair; Kari Hyatt – teacher; Sarah Roos – teacher; Teresa Kennedy –teacher; Kim Young – teacher; Derrick Hill – parent; Jennifer Baker – parent; Elvyn Hamilton – parent n New teachers Amber Skaggs – 1st Grade Cassie House – 1st Grade Brittany Rose – 2nd Grade Carolyn Peters – 4th Grade Krystle Waggy – Special Education

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ELKHORN ELEMENTARY

n 928 East Main St. n 695-6730 n http://www.franklin.k12.ky.us/ees

Hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. n Grades 2nd – 5th n Enrollment: 320 n Administration David Scholl – principal n SBDM Council members Carolyn Lynch, Jill West, Jennifer Linton n New teachers Joe Miller – Guidance Counselor Layne Bush – 2nd Grade Adam Rogers – 5th Grade Brooke Barrett – Special Education

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Donnie Owens – principal; Billy Parker – assistant principal; Mark Cross – counselor; Ann Smith – secretary; Jenifer Taylor – book keeper; Jill Payne – family resource coordinator n SBDM Council members Andy Bradley, Matosha Thacker, Kim Greathouse, Stan Salchli, Bill Bright, Nicole Whitlock n New teachers April Deaton – Kindergarten April graduated from Kentucky State University and her previous position was as an instructional assistant for special needs. She has two daughters. Lindsay Pritchett – Kindergarten Lindsay graduated from Asbury College and her previous position was as a second grade teacher at Peaks Mill Elementary. She is married to Jeff Pritchett and they have one son and are expecting another child in

Willie Bartley – principal; Wendi Rogers – counselor; Beckee Seals – youth services coordinator n SBDM Council members Damon Greene – teacher; Andy Nieters – teacher; Allison Lorenz – teacher; Laura Hendrix – parent; Stan Salchi – parent n New teachers Robert Greene – Gateway To Technology Jessica Clark – 7th Grade Language Arts

n 200 Laralan Ave. n 352-2585 n http://franklin.kyschools.us n Hours are from 7:50 a.m. 2:50 p.m. n Enrollment: 620 n Grades preschool – 1st n Administration

n 1060 East Main St. n 695-6740 n http://www.franklin.k12.ky.us/ems n Hours are from 8:40 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. n Grades 6th – 8th n Enrollment: 694 n Administration

FRANKLIN COUNTY CAREER & TECHNICAL CENTER n 1106 East Main St. n 695-6790 n Hours are from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. n Grades 9th – 12th n Enrollment: 885 n Administration

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FRANKLIN COUNTY n New teachers

Amy Collins is joining the staff of FCCTC this year. She has an associate’s degree in nursing from Hazard Community College. Amy is a registered nurse and was previously the health science instructor at WHHS (satellite program of CTC).

FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

n 1100 East Main St. n 695-6750 n http://franklin.kyschools.us/fchs n Hours are from 8:40 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. n Grades 9th – 12th n Enrollment: 950 n Administration

Sharon Collett – principal; Charles Lewis – assistant principal; Morgan Howell – assistant principal; Barbara Green – counselor; Robin Lawhorn – counselor; Lori Franke – registrar; Paula Meyer – secretary n SBDM Council members Sharon Collett – principal; Rodney Bennett – parent; Rebecca Bright – parent; Kylen Douglas – teacher; Carrie Williams – teacher; Jamie Tester – teacher n New teachers Nathan Hunter – Mathematics Nathan is a 2010 graduate of Morehead State University. He previously taught prealgebra, algebra I and applied math at Rowan County High School. Chad White – Mathematics Chad is a 2010 graduate of Georgetown College. He previously taught algebra II and physics 2009-10 at Grant County High School. Allison Moehlman – Science Allison is a 2010 graduate of the University of Louisville. She previously taught science at Mount Washington Middle School. Deanna Finch – Spanish Deanna is a 1983 graduate of the University of Kentucky. She previously taught Spanish I, II, III and IV at Franklin Monroe Schools in Ohio. Mary Dailey – Special Education

Mary is a 1992 graduate of the University of Kentucky. She was previously a graduate teaching assistant at Ball State University and a Ball State University supervisor for student teachers and practicum students. Elizabeth Turner – Special Education Elizabeth is a 2011 graduate of Campbellsville University. Kaylee Chesser – English Kaylee is a 2011 graduate of Murray State. Chris Tracy – Health and PE Chris is a 1994 graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan University. He most recently taught Middle School at The Academy. Cassaundra Stacy – Special Education Cassaundra is a 2007 graduate of Georgetown College.

HEARN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

n 300 Copperleaf Blvd. n 695-6760 n http://franklin.kyschools.us/hes n Hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.; of-

fice hours are from 7:15 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. n Grades 2nd – 5th n Enrollment: 376 n Administration Kyle Sexton – principal; Billy Counts – counselor n SBDM Council members Kyle Sexton – principal; Megan Barton – teacher; Ashlee Wells – teacher; Todd Wooldridge – teacher; JoAna McCoy – parent; Michelle McElmurray – parent; Chrystal Osborne – parent n New teachers Amy Hoskins – 4th grade Amy graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s in Elementary Education. She will be a new KTIP teacher. Brian Murphy – Visual Arts Brian graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s in Fine Arts, from Midway College with a bachelor’s in Elementary Education and from Eastern Kentucky University with a master’s in Instructional Leadership. He transfers to Hearn Elementary from Collins Lane Elementary.

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PEAKS MILL ELEMENTARY

n 100 Peaks Mill Road n 875-8450 n Hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. n Grades 2nd – 5th n Enrollment: 300 n Administration

Beth Nickel – principal; Jamie Clark – counselor n SBDM Council members Shelly Manning – teacher; Lori Mefford – parent; Alison Teegarden – teacher; JoAnn Wells – parent; Stephanie White – teacher; Deanna Wyatt – teacher; Vacant – parent election will take place at the Back to School Bash on Aug. 4 from 5:30 – 7:30 n New teachers Melanie Weilmuenster – Art Melanie comes to Peaks Mill after previously teaching elementary art in the Pulaski County school system for 12 years. She has a bachelor’s in Art Education from Campbellsville University, where she also played volleyball. In 2002, she received her master’s in educational leadership and administration from Eastern Kentucky University. Melanie has an energetic passion for helping children work towards their creative po-

tential and is excited about being a part of Franklin County Schools. Melanie is originally from Southern Illinois, where her parents own and operate a small cattle farm. She has two sisters that currently reside in Kentucky.

WESTRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

n 200 Pebblebrook Way n 875-8420 n www.franklin.kyschools.us/wes n Hours are from 7:45 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. n Grades Pre-Kindergarten – 5th n Enrollment: 434 n Administration

Greg Roush – principal; Stephanie Emberton – counselor n SBDM Council members Teachers: Kelye Curtsinger, Susan Jones, and Falecia Taylor. Parent members: Angela Shouse and Meg Quarles.

WESTERN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL n 100 Doctors Drive n 875-8400 n www.franklin.k12.ky.us/whhs n Hours are from 8:40 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

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FRANKLIN COUNTY Anne Clark – Assistant Principal Anne will be joining the Western Hills Administrative Team from Fleming County where she was an agriculture teacher and has 20 years of teaching experience. She graduated from the University of Kentucky and is originally from Bath County. Kendra Tackett – Counselor Kendra graduated from Pikeville College and Eastern Kentucky University. She has been teaching Chemistry at Dunbar High School and will be joining Western Hills as a school counselor.

n Grades 9th –12th n Enrollment: 820 n Administration

Rita Rector – principal; Greg Lawson – assistant principal; Anne Clark – assistant principal; Janet Fox – counselor; Kendra Tackett – counselor n SBDM Council members Rita Rector – principal; Ryan Hale – teacher; Eric Shields – teacher; Sayward Stamper – teacher; Steve Coffey – parent; David Mahoney – parent n New teachers

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Charlotte Carter – Science Charlotte is a graduate of Wake Forest University. She previously taught science in Winston Salem, N.C. Prior to teaching, she was the senior chemist in a private manufacturing company. She will be a member of the science department. Larry Kelly – Physics Larry has had a career as a professional engineer. In the last four years, he has returned to Eastern Kentucky University to gain a teaching certification and has taught technical education classes in Scott County. He will be teaching physics in the WHHS science department. Charla Mutchler – Science Charla graduated from Kentucky State University after attending Eastern Kentucky University. She is an alumni of Western Hills High School and will be teaching science classes, specifically AP biology, at Western Hills. Wanda Carter – Resource Wanda graduated from Georgetown College and Eastern Kentucky University. She previously taught in Franklin County and has returned to teaching from an administrative position with the Department of Juvenile Justice. She will be a member of the WHHS resource department. Terry Bray – History Terry graduated from Northern Kentucky University and Xavier University. He previously taught social studies at Holy Cross, Covington and will be teaching AP U.S. History at Western Hills and coaching the Lady Wolverine soccer team. Sean McClellan – English, Social Studies Sean was hired after a new position was created last school year and he will continue to teach English and social studies at Western Hills. He is a graduate of Morehead State University and owns his own book company. Zach Triplett – English, Social Studies Zach graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a certification in social studies and English. He is originally from North Bend, Ohio. He will be teaching in both areas of his certification. Alisha Wildermuth – English, Reading Alisha attended college in Waverly, Iowa and taught in St. Elmo, Ill. She has recently relocated to Frankfort with her new husband. She has a dual certification in English and Spanish and will teach English and reading at WHHS this year. Lucy Rini – French Lucy attended Murray State University and Eastern Kentucky University. She was a participant in a Fulbright funded program that allowed her to teach in France prior to her employment at Western Hills High School as a full-time French teacher.

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THE ACADEMY

n 400 Democrat Drive n 695-7620 n www.franklin.kyschools.us/academy n Hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. n Grades 6th – 12th n Enrollment: 60 n Administration

Melissa Rogers – principal; Jerrie Gunn – secretary; Joey Thacker – discipline coordinator; Stacy Bishop – school social worker; Lauren Feltner – school social worker; Faye Ball – school support specialist n New teachers Eddie James – Social Studies Eddie is a new teacher to the district. He is a 2005 graduate of Franklin County High School. He received his master’s of arts in education from the University of Kentucky in 2011. Joe Peach - Science Joe is new to The Academy. He has formerly worked at Frankfort High School, Elkhorn Middle School and Western Hills High School. He is a Frankfort native. Jon Maxwell - Science, Health, PE Jon is a new teacher at The Academy. He has formerly taught in Texas, Indiana and Ohio. He brings a rich experience working with students. He is a graduate of Indiana University and Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Jon is originally from Milan, Ind. Stacy Bishop - Social Worker Stacy is a new school social worker at The Academy. She received her undergraduate degree from Western Kentucky University in 2005. She received her master’s of science in social work from the University of Louisville. Stacy has worked as a therapist and crisis interventionist at Kentucky River Foothills. She is from Radcliff, Kentucky. Lauren Feltner - Social Worker Lauren is a new school social worker at The Academy. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky in 2005. She completed her master’s of science in Social Work at the University of Louisville in 2006. Lauren has worked as an Autism consultant at UK and child guidance specialist and school social worker for Bourbon County Schools. She is from Georgetown. Jamie Young - Resource LBD Jamie is a new resource teacher in learning and behavior disorders. He received his master’s of arts in special education from Georgetown College. He has worked for Anderson and Washington County schools. Jamie served in the Army for 20 years prior to teaching. He is a graduate of Franklin County High School and lives in Frankfort.


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PRIVATE SCHOOLS CAPITAL DAY SCHOOL n 120 Deepwood Drive n 227-7121; fax – 227-7558 n www.capitaldayschool.net n Hours begin at 7:15 a.m.

Kindergarten through 8th Grade hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Preschool hours are from 8 a.m. to noon Optional afternoon care is available for all students until 5:30 p.m. n Grades Preschool – 8th Grade n Enrollment: 165 n Administration Debra Adkins – Head of School; Jennifer Estill – Preschool Division Director, Preschool Admissions; Melissa Darby – Lower School Division Director, Athletic Director; Katie Daugherty – Advancement Director and Office Manager; Shale Detwiler – School secretary; Doris Hubert – Business Manager; Kurt Hufnagle – Technology Coordinator n Board of Trustees Jason Miller – president; Tina Goodmann – vice president; Karen Bennett – treasurer; Denise Boebinger – secretary n New teachers Debra Adkins – Head of School Debra is the new Head of School at CDS. She was previously a science teacher at CDS for 16 years and has the distinction of being Governor’s Cup Coach for the CDS Middle School Governor’s Cup team during its remarkable run of success. Mrs. Adkins received a BS in Biology in 1986 and BS in Education in 1989, both from Eastern Kentucky University. She is married to Tony Adkins. Their son, Anthony, is a 2010 CDS alumnus attending Georgetown College. Erin Overstreet – World Language Erin will take the position of World Language teacher, offering instruction in both Spanish and French. Erin was awarded a BA

in French language and literature from Transylvania University in 2010. She also studied Spanish college and high school. Last year, Ms. Overstreet taught English to French students in Deauville, France. She is a 2002 alumna of Capital Day School and a 2006 alumna of FCHS. Amber Logan – Kindergarten Amber will teach Kindergarten next year at CDS. Previously, she taught a four-yearolds’ preschool class here since 2006. Mrs. Logan holds a BS degree in elementary education from Georgetown College and an associate’s degree in early childhood education from Kentucky State University. She is a Capital Day School alumna. She is married to John Logan and they have four children. Cheryl Sandefur – Preschool Cheryl will teach one of the four-year-olds’ preschool classes this year. She has been an assistant teacher in the preschool program since joining the staff at CDS in 2007. She holds a BA in English and liberal studies from Kentucky State University in 1993. Her daughter, Alex, is a 2010 alumna of CDS. She is married to Kevin Sandefur.

n 506 West Second St. n 875-8658 n http://www.frankfort.k12.ky.us/sss n Hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. n Grades Preschool – 6th n Enrollment: 510 n Administration

Travis Harley – principal; Lori Denton – guid-

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Ann Stevens n New teachers Laura Loman – Preschool Laura served as a preschool teacher’s aide last year and is returning this year in the new position of lead teacher for the 3year-old preschool class. She holds her preschool director’s credentials and has five years of experience in preschool education. She is a native of Frankfort and is married to John Loman.

FRANKFORT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

n 1349A U.S. Highway 421 South n 695-0744 n www.frankfortchristian.org n Hours are from 7:45 a.m. – 3:05 p.m. n Grades P3 – 10th n Enrollment: 251 n Administration

Paul Sims – principal; Kim Burgess – assistant principal n School Board members Brian Raley, Mike McIver, David Burke, Mary Johnson, Bart Asher, Tom Baker, Karen Blanford, William Nallia, Dr. H.M. Snodgrass, Ginger Wills n New teachers Mike Mayes – Middle School Science Mr. Mayes has been teaching for over 30 years in the Franklin County School System, most recently at Westside. Now he is bringing his years of experience and engaging instruction to TFCA. Linda Lear – 4th grade Ms. Lear has over eight years experience in elementary education, most recently at Simmons Elementary School. Her creative, hands-on instruction will provide a wonderful learning experience for students.

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GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC SCHOOL

n75 Shepherd Way n 223-5041 n www.gssfrankfort.org n Hours are from 7:35 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. n Grades Preschool – 8th n Enrollment: 142 n Administration

Stephanie Sims – principal; Sister Lenore Thomas I.H.M. – dean of students n School Board members Dr. Will Renshaw, Nathan Bales, Laura Negron, Karen Pearl, Karen Engstrom, Mary

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ance counselor n SBDM Council members Parent representatives: Scott Craig, Cindy Aossey, Shane Smith. Teacher representatives: Keyana Best, Megan Murray, Marty Jo Hulette, Stephanie Starkey n New teachers Mike Parks – 5th and 6th grade Mike will be joining our staff this school year. He has been employed at Wilkinson

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FRANKFORT INDEPENDENT Street School for the last three years and will now be working with 5th and 6th grade students at SSS.

the University of Kentucky and completed his post-graduate work at Morehead State University.

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Alan Spade - Director n New teachers Brad Kennedy – Social Studies and English Brad is a graduate of Frankfort High School. He received his undergraduate degree from

Michael Godbey – principal; Alan Spade – assistant principal; Natasha Cheggeh – guidance counselor; Dean of Students – TBD

n 961 Leestown Road n 875-8650 n Hours are from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. n Grades 9th - 12th n Enrollment: 30 n Administration

n 328 Shelby St. n 875-8655 n www.frankfort.kyschools.us n Hours are from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. n Grades 7th – 12th n Enrollment: Approximately 400 n Administration

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First day for students - Aug. 8 Labor Day, no classes - Sept. 5 Fall break - Oct. 13-14 Election day, no classes - Nov. 8

Thanksgiving break - Nov. 23-25 Inaguaration day, no classes - Dec. 13 Winter break - Dec. 19-30 Return to school - Jan. 2

PRIVATE SCHOOLS CAPITAL DAY SCHOOL First day for students - Aug. 17 Fall break - Oct. 3-7 Thanksgiving break - Nov. 23-25 Holiday break - Dec. 22- Jan. 3 Winter break - Feb. 17-20

Alan Perry, teacher; Elly Gilbert, teacher; Allison Fleck, parent; Tom Midkiff, parent; to be filled, parent n New teachers Sherri Davis – Chemistry Sherri has a degree from Marshall University and taught previously in Shelby County, Grant County, Georgia and Louisana. David Karsner – Mathematics David has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky and a master’s degree from the University Louisville. He taught previously in Louisville and one year in Honduras. Julia Harmon – Art

MLK Day, no classes - Jan. 16 PD day, no classes - Feb. 17 PD day, no classes - March 2 CKEA, no classes - March 16

Julia has a bachelor’s degree from Kentucky State University and a master’s degree from Lindenwood College. She taught previously in Mercer County and Franklin County and also worked for the Kentucky Department of Education. Adam Smith – Biology Adam has a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University and a master’s degree from Union College. He previously taught in Madison and Lincoln Counties. FHS currently has Spanish, French, Instructional Technology and Dean of Students positions available. All are part-time positions.

PD day, no classes - March 30 Spring break - April 2-6 PD day, no classes - April 27 Last day for students - May 21

WWW.CAPITALDAYSCHOOL.NET, WWW.GSSFRANKFORT.ORG, WWW.FRANKFORCHRISTIAN.ORG Spring break - April 9-13 Last day for students - May 25 GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL First day for students - Aug. 17 Fall break - Oct. 10-14 Thanksgiving break - Nov. 23-25

FRANKFORT INDEPENDENT First day for students - Aug. 1 Labor Day, no classes - Sept. 5 Excel - Oct. 3-7 Break - Oct. 3-21

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THE FRANKFORT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY First day for students - Aug. 10

Fall break - Oct. 3-7 Thanksgiving break - Nov. 23-25 Christmas break - Dec. 21 - Jan. 3 Spring break - April 2-6 Last day for preschool - May 24 Last day for K-10 - May 25

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Election day, no classes - Nov. 8 Thanksgiving break - Nov. 23-25 PD day, no classes - Dec. 1 Excel - Jan. 2-4

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NEW YEAR, NEW PRINCIPALS Bondurant Middle, Capital Day and Frankfort High get new leadership BY KATHERAN WASSON STATE JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

Students at three local schools will meet new principals on the first day of classes. Here’s a preview of their goals for the upcoming year and some of their academic background.

Bondurant Middle School – Casey Sparrow Principal Casey Sparrow and his staff have been focusing on three items this summer: what they teach, how they teach it and a literacy initiative. Part of that is updating the school’s curriculum to meet the state’s new math and English standards and developing classroom tactics to engage all students. “Things that used to be taught in freshman and sophomore classes has

now been brought down to eighth grade,” Sparrow said. “That increase in standards is overwhelming right now to our staff, and it will be a transition period. It will be a couple of years before we have things in place to have them really prepared for when they go to the high school.” Sparrow is still preparing for the Back to School Bash, which will bring students, parents and community agencies to the front lawn Aug. 4 from 5-7 p.m. He’s made several new hires – at least one at each grade level and several in special areas, like technology, music, health and physical education. Unless there are last-minute surprises, Sparrow says next year’s staff is in place. They will gather soon for a picnic to meet each other, he says. “I think our biggest strength is our staff, and that’s one of the things that

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Casey Sparrow brought me over here from Western Hills,” he said. “Our staff is very knowledgeable and experienced, and they understand the transition from elementary to middle school and also from middle to high school.” Sparrow has introduced the motto “Every Brave, Every Day,” incorporating the school’s mascot of the Brave into the staff’s pledge to reach every child, no matter his or her background. “We’re trying to publicly announce that we are going to care about every student in our building,” he said. “We want to try to prepare them for the 21st century and the ever-changing global society we live in.” Sparrow says he’d like to welcome parents and community members into the school. Parent involvement peaks at elementary school and drops off dramatically as kids get older, he said. He is searching for a new Parent Teacher Organization president, and asks that anyone interested in the position contact him. “That’s one of the things that I want to bring to Bondurant Middle School,” he said. “That students, parents and community members understand that we are an inviting school, that we want them to be involved.” Sparrow has served as assistant principal at Western Hills High School since 2004. He previously worked as dean of students at Covington Holmes High School and taught at Anderson County High School.

He is a graduate of Franklin County High School. He received a bachelor’s degree in education from Taylor University in Indiana, and a master’s from Eastern Kentucky University. He is married to Lisa Cox Sparrow, and the couple has a son, Austin.

Capital Day School – Debra Adkins Debra Adkins doesn’t have to travel far for her new position as head of Capital Day School – she just walked down the hall. A former middle school science teacher, Adkins, 47, has worked at CDS since 1996. She has served as assistant head of the school, middle school director and admissions director, has coached the Governor’s Cup academic team and has sponsored the Science Club. “So all those things have helped prepare me,” she said earlier this month, sitting in her old classroom at CDS. “I love our students and I love teaching, and I always have. But I just think this is the next step for me, and I can still be involved with the students.” Capital Day School is an independent, non-denominational day school founded in 1955 that offers instruction for preschool through eighth grade. Adkins says the school will make several changes next year, including adding a choice of elective classes for middle schoolers. In the past, students attended music


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or art class each week throughout the school year. Now they will pick from a list of specific drama, music art and fitness classes each quarter. “It’s kind of a bridge (to high school),” she said. “Now they get to start having some choices in their specific interests.” The school is also switching its world language offering – taught to students beginning in Kindergarten – from French to Spanish. The school’s former French teacher moved to a new city, and Adkins says the school polled parents before hiring a replacement. “We’ve heard a lot of questions over the years about why we don’t do Spanish,” she said. “We found out that most parents would prefer Spanish.” Middle schoolers will still continue taking French for now, although they can take Spanish as an elective class. The school will also place a greater emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math – STEM as educators commonly call the group of subjects. Teachers have attended conferences on the subject, and the school will promote the discipline in their classes. “It’s not a different way of teaching so much as an awareness of what we’re teaching and why we’re teaching it,” Adkins said. There’s still some work to do before school opens Aug. 17. Adkins is still filling several vacancies and enrolling new students. “It’s never a dull moment,” she said with a laugh after navigating around desks and books temporarily stored in the hallway for floor cleaning. Adkins says she expects last year’s

enrollment of 167 to stay steady this year, but enrollment is still open. She said CDS families generally have two working parents, contrary to the “rich kid” stereotype often attributed to private schools. “I just think we’re a wonderful school, and we make our community better by offering a choice of education in Frankfort,” she said. “There’s nothing wrong with the public school system – there are some wonderful schools, there are some wonderful teachers – but what we offer is a choice. “We want to talk to anyone who’s interested and show them what we have to offer.” Adkins holds dual bachelor’s degrees in biology and elementary education from Eastern Kentucky University. She is married to Tony Adkins, and the couple has a son, Anthony, who is a sophomore at Georgetown College studying business.

Frankfort High School – Michael Godbey New Frankfort High School Principal Michael Godbey says his focus is simple – students, students, students. “Everything needs to be studentdriven, from the master schedule to the policies we set to the day-to-day operations – everything,” he said. “Everything needs to be centered on what’s best for students.” Godbey, 42, took the helm at FHS July 1, just one month before the first day of school. His biggest task so far has been re-

working the class schedule. Godbey says the school is moving from a seven-period school day to six periods next year because of staffing cuts and departures. Since the school requires 24 credits to graduate, students will have to stay on track. “You have a set number of people, and those people only go so far with what you can offer,” he said. “Schools across the state and country are in a budget crisis, and I think statewide we’ve seen more staff cuts than ever before. When you cut staff, you have to limit what you can offer and you have to change the structure of the day.” Godbey is also filling vacant positions in math, science, art and Spanish. His challenges this year will be in implementing recent changes to the state’s education system at FHS, including new teaching standards, annual testing and end-of-course exams for high schoolers. He also wants to involve more stu-

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dents in the school’s decision-making process. “We have a good staff, willing to work hard,” he said. “We’re going to work hard this year.” Godbey led Bate Middle School in Danville as principal from 2004 to 2010 and began his career as an elementary and middle school math teacher in 1996. He’s worked for the last year as director of curriculum and instruction for Danville Independent Schools, but says he’s eager to get back into the classroom. “Believe it or not, you miss the grind of a school if you’re out of it for a while,” he said, laughing. Godbey holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Kentucky and a master’s in mathematics education and various administrative certifications from Eastern Kentucky University. He has two children, a junior at EKU and a sixth-grader. He and his wife, Claudia, live in Nicholasville.


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LUNCH MONEY GOES DIGITAL Both school districts will introduce online lunch payment for students BY KATHERAN WASSON STATE JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

You can pay your utility or credit card bill from your computer – and now you can also settle your child’s lunch tab online. Both Frank lin County Public

Schools and Frankfort Independent Schools are introducing online lunch payment systems for families. Franklin County’s system went live at the end of April, and Frankfort Independent expects to offer the service by September.

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Geraldine Jette, director of Food Services for FCPS, says her district opted for online payments after seeing other school systems try it. Parents had also requested the option, she said, though she doesn’t know how many have used it so far. “We hope it’s more convenient for people,” she said. “Times have changed, and we have to change along with it.” My SchoolBuck s.com operates Franklin County’s online meal-payment system. It allows parents to make payments 24/7, receive alerts when their child’s balance gets too low and view what they purchased in the cafeteria. The system accepts payments from Visa, Master Card, Discover or a bank debit card. Parents can set up automatic monthly payments and they can also add money to all their children’s accounts with one transaction. A service fee of $2 will apply each time a parent adds money to the account – Jette says that money goes to the bank, not the school district. FIS staffers will be trained on their new point-of-sale system shortly before the first day of school Aug. 1, but Food Services Director April Peach says she wants to make sure it runs smoothly before allowing online payments. “I’m not going to open it up for anything until I have my hands on it

enough to know what’s going to happen,” she told Board of Education members this month. Peach says she expects the system could go online within the first 30 days of school. She says the feature that allows parents to see what their children are buying in the lunch line should cut down on the phone calls she receives from parents wondering where their child’s lunch money went so quickly. “I’m hoping it will help with the charges, and I know it will help with parents who want to know how their children are using food services,” she said. “Do they spend their gas money on 10 pieces of pizza? The parents will know what their kids are doing.” Both school districts reported issues with overdue lunch bills last year. Franklin County parents owed more than $188,000 for their children’s lunches, a sum that had accumulated over 10 years. The school district hadn’t enforced its policy on charging lunch, Superintendent Harrie Buecker told The State Journal in February. Some students carried unpaid balances for years, she said. Frankfort Independent counted $30,000 in unpaid charges. About $9,700 remains outstanding as the new school year starts.

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Top, Bridgeport Elementary School kindergartener Carson Black takes a drink of his chocolate milk during lunch at the school. Both Franklin County Public Schools and Frankfort Independent Schools are introducing online lunch payment systems for families.

PHOTOS BY HANNAH REEL Middle, Bridgeport Elementary School students J.T. Benton and Jessie Colston chat during lunch at the school. Franklin County’s payment system went live at the end of April, and Frankfort Independent expects to offer the service by September. Bottom, Bridgeport Elementary School first grader Noah Chipman takes a sip of his chocolate milk during lunch at the school.

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SUPPLY LISTS Bondurant Middle SIXTH GRADE

$5 for agenda book No. 2 pencils Tissues for homeroom Pencil case, bag or box (optional)

M AT H 3-subject notebook Pocket folder

S C I E NC E 1½ or 2-inch binder Four dividers Loose-leaf paper Colored pencils 3x5 white index cards Glue stick Yellow highlighter

S O C I A L S T U DI E S Pocket folder One three-subject notebook Language Arts One five-Subject Notebook with Pockets

W E L C OM E D D ONAT ION S Paper towels

Germ-X Baby wipes for science Dry erase markers for math

S PE C I A L NO T E Due to the size of the lockers, please avoid purchasing binders that are more than 10 inches across in width. The larger binders will jam your child’s locker.

SEVENTH GRADE HOM E R O OM One four pack of Expo dry erase markers One package of construction paper One package of graph paper One roll of paper towels One package of colored markers One box of tissues One pack of glue sticks One package of colored pencils One pair of scissors One package AA batteries One bottle of hand sanitizer One pack of post-it-notes Two 24 packs of pencils $5 for agenda book Set of ear buds (for student use) Calculator for home use – students cannot take

THE FRANKLIN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT is a supporter of 100% Tobacco Free Schools. All Franklin County and Frankfort Independent Schools are now 100% Tobacco Free Schools Don’t forget to contact your Medical Provider or the Franklin County Health Department to get your school physical and updated immunizations. To make an appointment contact our Clinic at (502) 564-7647. Visit our website at Fchd.org for information on all of our programs.

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L A NGUAGE A RT S

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One two-pocket folder One composition notebook One three-subject spiral notebook with pockets Highlighters

One two-pocket folder One composition notebook Pencils Erasers

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H E A LT H

One three-subject spiral notebook with pockets One two-pocket folder $2 for “Glogster” registration

Composition notebook Pencils One two-pocket folder

M AT H

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One five-subject notebook with pockets One two-pocket folder Science One two-pocket folder One three-subject spiral notebook

Pens, pencils, and loose-leaf paper should be taken to all classes daily. Students will need a calculator for use at home – school calculators may not be taken home.

EIGHTH GRADE HOM E R O OM One four-pack of Expo dry erase markers One package of construction paper One package of graph paper One roll of paper towels One package of colored markers One box of tissues One pack of glue sticks One package of colored pencils One pair of scissors One package AA batteries One bottle of hand sanitizer One pack of post-it-notes Two 24packs of pencils One set of ear buds

KINDERGARTEN

Box of eight or 16 crayons Four pencils Three or four glue sticks Scissors Small school box Two two-pocket folders Composition notebook (not spiral bound) One package of baby wipes for the art teacher (optional)

FIRST GRADE

One spiral notebook (at least 100 pages with pockets and vinyl cover) One two-pocket folder

Pencil box Scissors Two packages of glue sticks Two to three boxes of crayons Two spiral notebooks Two two-pocket folders, one red and one green One plastic blue folder One pack of yellow pencils (not mechanical or designed) Two boxes of tissues Two bottles of hand sanitizer One box of gallon-sized Ziplock bags Cap erasers or large erasers (optional)

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L A NGUAGE A RT S One two-pocket folder One composition notebook One three-subject spiral notebook with pockets

S O C I A L S T U DI E S

One five-subject notebook with pockets One two-pocket folder

S C I E NC E One spiral notebook (at least 100 pages) One ruler One highlighter

A RT S & H U M A N I T I E S One two-pocket folder Paper Pencils

BA N D You will receive information from your instructor

C OM PU T E R / L I F E S K I L L S Pens Pencils One one-subject notebook One two-pocket folder Flash drive (highly recommended)

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SECOND GRADE

Backpack Six plastic folders (label each with child’s name) Crayons Washable markers Two Fiskars scissors Small school box Two packages of fine-tip dry erase markers Six glue sticks 24 No. 2 pencils (sharpened) Two boxes of Kleenex One container for Clorox wipes One bottle of glue for art

L A S T NA M E A-K One bag of animal crackers

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T-shirt Shorts/sweatpants Socks and shoes

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Two black and white composition notebooks Two blue spiral notebooks 1 ½ inch binder Six folders with three holes down the left side Personal pencil sharpener Colored pencils Zippered pencil case to store in binder Pencil box to store in desk

No three-ring binders, trapper keepers or large accordion folders. There is no room in desks or cubbies.

C OM M U N I T Y S U PPL I E S ( D O NO T L A BE L ) Scissors Four packs of pencils One pack of glue sticks Highlighters Gallon size ziplock bags Box of tissue Hand sanitizer Pack of index cards One bottle of glue One pack of wide-ruled paper Red ink pens

FOURTH GRADE

Two composition notebooks Two blue spiral notebooks Two green spiral notebooks Two red spiral notebooks Plastic accordion folder with at least six pockets Four packages of wooden pencils Personal pencil sharpener to keep in desk Scissors Crayons Three packages of wide-ruled lined paper Zippered pencil case to store in accordion folder Small pencil box for desk Highlighters Red ink pens Box of tissues Hand sanitizer A box of crayons marked for art

L A S T NA M E A-L Gallon or quart size zippered storage bags

L A S T NA M E M-Z Baby wipes or disinfecting wipes

S PE C I A L NO T E Please do not purchase binders or trapper keepers – students will not have room for them in their desks

FIFTH GRADE

Three spiral notebooks (math, social studies, language arts) Colored pencils or 24-count crayons Loose leaf paper Two two-pocket folders (take home and work) Composition notebook Scissors Glue sticks or small bottle of white glue Pencils Pencil pouch/zippered supply pouch One box of tissues One box of 24 crayons (will stay in the art room)

Collins Lane Elementary KINDERGARTEN

Four boxes of 24 crayons (label with child’s name) Eight small glue sticks Two plastic folders with pocket at the bottom Two family size boxes of tissues Two containers of baby wipes Two containers of disinfecting wipes A peanut-free snack and water bottle or juice box daily (no candy or gum) Lunch money or a lunch box Backpack (regular size that a folder will fit in, no wheels)

L A S T NA M E S A-M One package of yellow No. 2 pencils One package washable classic color markers

L A S T NA M E S N-Z Packet of pencil cap erasers One package of dry erase markers

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S One box each snack, quart and gallon size Ziploc bags One bottle of waterless hand sanitizer or liquid soap One package of white copier paper One bag of individually wrapped candy (Starburst, suckers, Lifesavers, Smarties) One bag of Skittles One roll of paper towels

FIRST GRADE

Two boxes of 24 or more regular size crayons Three packages of regular size No. 2 plain yellow pencils with erasers Eight-10 glue sticks One pair of scissors Four large pencil erasers Four black fine point dry erase markers Five two-pocket plastic folders (pockets along the bottom) – please choose one red, one blue, one green, one yellow and one orange Three composition books Two red ink pens (last name A-M) One roll of paper towels (last name N-Z) Two family size boxes of tissues Two containers of disinfectant wipes One bottle of hand sanitizer

S PE C I A L NO T E Please do not label items. Many items will be classroom community supplies. Please do not purchase large backpacks, backpacks on wheels, or coolertype lunchboxes. These will not fit in our lockers.

SECOND GRADE

Six plastic, two-pocket folders (no paper folders and no prongs) – one each of red, green, blue and yellow, and two in a color of your choice Three 70-page spiral wide ruled notebooks Two composition books

One steno pad (small tablet with spiral across top) One clipboard One package wide rule notebook paper Four packages of 12-count No. 2 pencils (sharpened if possible) One box of pencil cap erasers Two block erasers One box of 24 crayons One box colored pencils One box of markers (large size) One pair of child’s blunt tip scissors One bottle of white glue Four glue sticks One school box Two boxes of tissues One 12-ounce bottle of waterless hand sanitizer One box of gallon and quart Ziploc bags One container Anti-bacterial wipes One roll of paper towels One package of copy/printer paper Four highlighters (four different colors) One package of dry erase markers (Expo) $5 for assignment book (may be purchased at Backto-School Bash) One new white T-shirt

S PE C I A L NO T E Please don’t send binders or back packs with wheels. They are difficult to store and several items such as these don’t fit in our lockers. No pencil sharpeners please.

THIRD GRADE

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C OM M U N I T Y S U PPL I E S ( D O NO T L A BE L W I T H C H I L D’ S NA M E ) Two composition books (black/white cover, bound book) for writing Four plain, 70-page spiral notebooks (two yellow, two student choice of color) Five plain, two-pocket folders (two yellow, one green, one orange, one red three-hole) Three plastic, two-pocket folders (two red, one blue) One plastic binder, 2-inch (to carry assignments, planner, take home folder and pencil pouch) One clear pencil pouch One clipboard Two packages of wide-rule notebook paper One box of Kleenex tissues One bottle of hand sanitizer, pump bottle One package of dry erase markers One package of Post-it notes

PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S One pair of pointed, child size scissors Three sharpened pencils Cap erasers or two rectangular erasers Three glue sticks Dry Erase Markers Two highlighters, student color choice (one for class, one for pencil pouch)

GI R L S Disinfectant wipes, large container One package graph paper

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SUPPLY LISTS One box of baby wipes, large container Gallon or sandwich size Ziploc bags 3 x 5 index cards

S PE C I A L NO T E Homeroom supplies do not need to be labeled with student names prior to the first day. These will be used among three teachers and will be labeled at school. Personal supplies will be carried in pencil pouch each day. Students will be responsible for making sure they are available each day for class

work. These items should be available at home for pencil pouch refills throughout the year: plain No. 2 pencils, glue sticks and erasers. Recorders for music class will be ordered in October. They will cost about $12 with a book included. Please do not purchase a recorder from a store. They are not the same as what we will use in class.

FOURTH GRADE PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S ( L A BE L

W I T H T H E S T U DE N T ’ S NA M E ) Four five-subject notebooks One eight-pocket accordion folder (Label tabs with reading, writing, math, science, social studies, enrichment, take home information and bring back information) Pencils, pens, hand held sharpeners, highlighters, pencil pouch One box of crayons/colored pencils One box of markers One pair of scissors One package of glue

C OM M U N I T Y S U PPL I E S Two packages of wide ruled notebook paper (extras are always welcome) One package of plain white copy paper One box of gallon sized zip-lock bags One container of disinfecting wipes One bottle of hand sanitizer (medium to large size) One box of tissues

S PE C I A L NO T E Students will be taught organizational skills in the classroom this year. It is very important that they have the materials on the list to reinforce the lessons taught. Student backpacks must be able to fit into the lockers, therefore backpacks with wheels are not allowed. Many items may need to be replaced throughout the year as supplies run out or get damaged.

FIFTH GRADE PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S ( L A BE L W I T H T H E S T U DE N T ’ S NA M E ) STATE JOURNAL/HANNAH REEL

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Four five-subject notebooks One eight-pocket accordion folder (Label tabs with reading, writing, math, science, social studies, enrichment, take home information and bring back information) Pencils, pens, hand held sharpeners, highlighters, pencil pouch

C OM M U N I T Y S U PPL I E S

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Two packages of wide ruled notebook paper (extras are always welcome) One package of plain white copy paper One package of graph paper One box of crayons One box of markers One package of dry erase markers One pair of scissors One package of glue One box of gallon sized zip-lock bags One container of disinfecting wipes One bottle of hand sanitizer (medium to large size) One box of tissues

S PE C I A L NO T E Students will be taught organizational skills in the classroom this year. It is very important that they have only the materials on the list to reinforce the lessons taught. Any additional items will be sent back home. Student backpacks must be able to fit into the lockers, therefore backpacks with wheels are not allowed. Many items may need to be replaced throughout the year as supplies run out or get damaged.

Early Learning Village PRESCHOOL

Liquid hand soap Backpack (no wheels) Extra change of clothes (put in a large Ziploc bag

labeled with child’s name) Box of baby wipes Antibacterial wipes Box of tissues Roll of paper towels 5 oz. clear plastic cups

MOR N I NG C L A S S One box of sandwich or snack size Ziploc bags

A F T E R NO ON C L A S S One box of quart or gallon size Ziploc bags

S PE C I A L NO T E Other supplies will be purchased for the students by using PTO and school fundraising money. Should we run short of supplies during the school year, such as pencils, glue or crayons, we will send home a note requesting donations.

KINDERGARTEN

Two rolls of paper towels Two boxes of Kleenex Three bottles of hand sanitizer Backpack (no wheels)

B OY S One snack size Ziploc bags One gallon size Ziploc bags Sanitizing wipes

GI R L S One snack size Ziploc bags One sandwich size Ziploc bags Baby wipes

S PE C I A L NO T E Other supplies will be purchased for the students by using school fundraising money. Should we run short of supplies during the school year, such as pencils, glue or crayons, we will send home a note requesting donations.

FIRST GRADE

Two boxes of wet wipes Two boxes of tissues Two rolls of paper towels Two boxes of Ziploc baggies (quart and gallon size) Two bottles of hand sanitizer Two containers of disinfectant wipes

S PE C I A L NO T E Other supplies will be purchased for the students by using school fundraising money. Should we run short of supplies during the school year, such as pencils, glue or crayons, we will send home a note requesting donations.

Elkhorn Elementary SECOND GRADE

One 1 ½ inch binder (labeled with child’s name) Two packs of glue sticks One pair scissors (labeled with child’s name) 24 count crayons 12 count markers Pencil box (labeled with child’s name) Two yellow highlighters Six packs of pencils (pre-sharpened if possible) One pack of low-odor dry erase markers Three packs of wide-ruled, loose leaf notebook paper Two black and white composition books (labeled with child’s name) Clipboard (labeled with child’s name)


J U LY 2 8 , 2 011 Four boxes of tissues Three rolls of paper towels Four regular or large size bottles of hand sanitizer Two boxes of baby wipes

One package of baby wipes

E N R IC H M E N T S U PPL I E S

Ziploc Gallon Size Bags

Three-ring binder Three dividers (labeled Art, PE, and Music) One package of pencils Two rolls of paper towels

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Ziploc Sandwich Bags

Post-it notes Dry-erase markers (large and fine point) Highlighters Colored pens Glue sticks Index cards

GI R L S

E N R IC H M E N T S U PPL I E S One pack of eight markers One pocket folder One package of pencils

S PE C I A L NO T E Bulky backpacks will not fit in our lockers, please keep this in mind when shopping for your child’s backpack. No trapper keepers.

THIRD GRADE C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S

Please do not purchase backpacks with wheels, mechanical pencils, or permanent markers. The school will provide each student with an agenda. Enrichment supplies are separate from Homeroom supplies; please purchase all items listed.

FIFTH GRADE

E N R IC H M E N T S U PPL I E S

Elkhorn Middle

FOURTH GRADE HOM E R O OM S U PPL I E S 48 plain No. 2 pencils Three packages of notebook paper (loose leaf, wide rule, with holes) One 2- or 3-inch three-ring binder One folder (with holes) in blue, red, green, orange, purple (yellow can be used as a substitute color) One composition notebook One one-subject notebook Two large boxes of Kleenex Three large bottles of hand sanitizer Four rolls of paper towels One box of Ziploc bags (girls bring quart size, boys bring gallon size) One box of crayons One box of markers One pair of scissors One binder pencil pouch One plain white T-shirt (large enough to fit all year)

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Four plain folders (one each of yellow, red, blue and green) One three-ring binder (1 to 1½ inch) Composition notebook Yellow spiral notebook (one subject) Blue spiral notebook (one subject) Clipboard Two packs of loose-leaf paper Four packages of pencils One package of pencil cap erasers Three pens (one each of blue, black and red) One box of markers One pair of scissors One package of dry-erase markers (for student use) Two glue sticks One package of highlighters One plastic box for marker/pencil storage (no cloth please) One box quart-sized Ziploc baggies Two boxes of Kleenex Two bottles of Germ-X One roll of paper towels One three-ring binder (1 inch) Three tab dividers marked PE, Music and Art One package of pencils Two boxes of wet wipes

Four pocket folders and/or binder (to carry materials from class to class) One pocket folder (for take home) Two three-subject spiral notebooks Four packages of wide-ruled paper Two packages of pencils One roll of paper towels Two boxes of tissues Two bottles of hand sanitizer

E N R IC H M E N T S U PPL I E S Three ring binder Three tab dividers marked PE, Music and Art One package of pencils Two boxes of tissues

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SIXTH-GRADE LAMBORGHINIS A DV I S ORY S U PPL I E S Two rolls paper towels Two boxes of tissues Bottle of hand sanitizer Container of Clorox clean wipes Dry erase markers six-pack Two-pack of baby wipes Scissors

PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S Pencil pack No. 2 Pack of colored pencils Pencil sharpener Pack of loose-leaf notebook paper At least seven spiral notebooks with 100 sheets Seven three-prong pocket folders

S O C I A L S T U DI E S Mead (five star) three-subject notebook Pencils

L A NGUAGE A RT S Composition notebook Five-subject notebook

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SUPPLY LISTS Pencils

M AT H Calculator TI-30XA Composition notebook Single subject notebook (one per nine weeks) Pocket folder Pencils

S C I E NC E One 1-inch three-ring binder Loose-leaf paper Ruler Pencils Colored pencils or markers Paper towels

S O C I A L S T U DI E S Mead (five star) five-subject notebook Pencils Color pencils Pocket folder (two each) Crayola washable markers box of eight multi-color

L A NGUAGE A RT S

SIXTH-GRADE ROCKETS A DV I S ORY S U PPL I E S Two rolls paper towels Two boxes of tissues Bottle of hand sanitizer Container of Clorox clean wipes Dry erase markers six-pack Two pack of baby wipes

PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S Pencil pack No. 2

Pack of colored pencils Pencil sharpener Pack of loose-leaf notebook paper At least seven spiral notebooks with 100 sheets Seven three-prong pocket folders

Dry erase markers Colored pencils Loose-leaf paper Pencils Box of tissues Paper towels Hand sanitizer Scissors Ruler Glue sticks Pocket pencil sharpener Two three-ring binders One five-subject notebook or three-ring binder with lots of paper Composition notebook Composition notebook Jump drive (USB flash drive)

SEVENTH-GRADE CHARGERS

Composition notebook One five-subject notebook Pencils

M AT H Calculator Texas Instrument, Math Explorer or similar non-programmable calculator Pocket folder Pencils

S C I E NC E One 1-inch three-ring binder Loose-leaf paper

SEVENTH-GRADE MUSTANGS

Pencils Paper Three three-ring binders Two composition notebooks Two spiral notebooks Highlighters Colored pencils Pocket folders for each class Erasers Pencil sharpener Pens Jump drive (USB Flash drive) Good attitude

Willingness to learn

C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S Kleenex Hand sanitizer Cleaner Paper towels Dry erase markers

EIGHTH-GRADE SPARTANS Pencils Erasers One bottle of cleaner One hand sanitizer Tissue Paper towels

S O C I A L S T U DI E S Subject notebook

L A NGUAGE A RT S Blue, black and red pens Five-subject notebook Composition notebook Highlighter Coloring pencils Loose-leaf paper Folder

S C I E NC E Five-subject notebook Color pencils

M AT H Five-subject notebook

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Four composition notebooks Large amount of loose-leaf paper in a three-ring binder or spiral notebook with smooth edges Calculators (recommended, must have scientific functions but graphing calculators not allowed)

EIGHTH-GRADE TITANS A DV I S ORY S U PPL I E S Non-bleach cleaner or cleaner wipes Paper towels Tissues Hand sanitizer

Five-subject notebook One-subject notebook Paper towels Disinfectant wipes Hand sanitizer Antibacterial soap Pencils

L A NGUAGE A RT S Composition book Notebook Pencils Crayons/color pencils Loose-leaf paper Binder/folder Two two-pocket prong folders Two five-subject notebooks Composition book Pencils 12-count colored pencils or crayons Loose-leaf paper Personal handheld pencil sharper

M AT H Plenty of No. 2 pencils and/or mechanical pencils

PH Y S ICA L E DUCAT ION

THIRD GRADE

One clipboard One regular supply box (4 inches x 8 inches) One box of Kleenex One roll of paper towels Hand soap or Germ-X Gallon bags or sandwich bags

$5 for school wide agenda One large glue stick 48 No. 2 pencils

The art wish list will be posted on the EMS website

One box of washable markers One box of crayons

M US IC Students are requested to follow a dress code and may also need items from home for projects and performances

Pencils Magic markers Glue sticks Five subject folders Loose-leaf notebook paper Three-ring binder School glue Hand sanitizer Tissues Wipes Paper towels Any other personal hygiene items your child may need

S O C I A L S T U DI E S

One steno pad

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MR. KENNOY’S CLASS

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Four single subject wide rule notebooks

Hand sanitizer Kleenex Paper towels Dry erase markers One subject spiral notebook or composition book for each exploratory class (two per nine weeks) USB/ Flash Drive (if students already have one, another is not necessary) Athletic shorts or sweats Tennis/running shoes

S C I E NC E

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Two red pencils One pair of children’s scissors One school box Two spiral five-subject notebooks

Hearn Elementary

One composition notebook Three packages of wide-ruled notebook paper

SECOND GRADE

One brown, wooden clipboard

$5 for school wide agenda One pair of scissors 10 glue sticks One package of markers Two boxes of crayons Five packages of pencils One package of erasers One package of dry-erase markers Eight plastic folders Two packages of wide rule notebook paper

Six solid color, pocket folders (Only label three folders with your child’s name)

OP T IONA L Tissues Paper towels Ziploc bags Hand sanitizer Liquid soap Dry-erase markers

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Scissors One package of dry-erase markers for math Two packages of loose-leaf paper One supply box

$5 for school-wide agenda Three packages of pencils (24 pack) Four three-subject notebooks (Labeled reading, math, science, extension)

E N R IC H M E N T S U PPL I E S

Six two-pocket folders (Labeled science, math, reading, writing, extension, homework)

Three two-pocket folders (Labeled music, gym, art)

OP T IONA L

One composition notebook

Germ-X Paper towels Kleenex Ziploc bags Band-aids

One glue stick Two boxes of colored pencils or crayons One highlighter One package of colored pens

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Peaks Mill Elementary SECOND GRADE

Backpack (no wheels) Cigar box-sized school box 24 regular pencils One pack of wide rule notebook paper Four steno pads Two black and white composition notebooks Four glue sticks One small bottle of glue One par of scissors One box of washable markers One pack of colored pencils One box of 24 or 36 crayons Four pocket folders with paper fasteners (one each of red, blue, green and yellos) Four big erasers Small pencil sharpener Highlighter Dry-erase markers Two green folders for enrichment class

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S Two large boxes of tissues Two rolls of paper towels Clorox wipes Hand sanitizers Ziploc baggies Cap erasers

One package of wire ruled writing paper Three black and white composition notebooks One box of colored pencils or one box of 24 or 36 crayons One pair of scissors One highlighter Two large pink erasers One box of washable markers Two glue sticks Two dry-erase markers One pack of square post-it notes, any color One cigar-sized school box One soft pencil pouch

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S Three boxes of tissues One roll of paper towels Ziploc baggies, any size One pump size bottle of hand sanitizer Clorox Wipes

S PE C I A L NO T E No trapper keeper. No three-ring binders. Please make sure to label your child’s school supplies with their names.

FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE

Three packages of No. 2 pencils Two packages loose-leaf paper Crayons or markers or colored pencils One steno pad notebook Scissors Five 70-page spiral notebooks Six pocket folders (any colors) One heavy-duty pocket folder Glue sticks Pencil box One package sticky notes Highlighter Two packages of 3x5 index cards Ziploc baggies (girls bring quart size, boys bring gallon size)

F I F T H GR A DE ON LY Three blue pocket folders without prongs

F OU RT H GR A DE ON LY Three red pocket folders without prongs Four large pink erasers

C L A S S R O OM D ONAT ION S Liquid hand sanitizer Liquid hand soap Two rolls of paper towels Three boxes of tissues Disinfectant wipes

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S

S PE C I A L NO T E

Baby wipes Band-Aids Dry-erase markers Construction paper

Students will be responsible to keep up with their own school supplies throughout the year.

Westridge Elementary

THIRD GRADE AND SECOND/ THIRD GRADE SPLIT CLASS

Six pocket folders with prongs (one red, one blue, one green, three yellow) One plastic folder of your choice Four 80-page spiral notebooks (one red, one blue, one green) Four packages of pencils (already sharpened)

KINDERGARTEN

Two packs 24 Crayola crayons 15-20 glue sticks 12 plain No. 2 pencils (no decorative pencils) One red plastic folder with prongs One yellow plastic folder with prongs One box of washable markers One box baby wipes


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SUPPLY LISTS One backpack (no wheels, must be regular size that folders fit in) $2 for homework folders $5 for field trip shirts $5 for Let’s Find Out and Parent/Child magazine subscriptions

10 plain plastic folders (two each of blue, yellow, red, green, purple) One bottle of hand sanitizer One roll of paper towels $9 for a student agenda book and weekly Time for Kids magazine

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One box tissues

Only backpacks without wheels will fit into our cubbies. Please send all the above items with no names on them. We will be sharing all supplies.

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S Small white envelopes Quart Ziploc baggies

S PE C I A L NO T E Some items may need to be replenished during the year as they are used.

FIRST GRADE

Backpack (no extra large backpacks or wheels) Two boxes of washable markers in primary colors Two packages of regular size pencils with erasers (sharpen if possible) Two boxes of tissues One plain white T-shirt Two boxes of 16 or 24 crayons Four two-pocket plastic folders 12 glue sticks One composition book Two dry-erase markers $5 Weekly Reader Fee (make checks payable to Weekly Reader) One big pink eraser Waterless hand sanitizer, 8 oz. or larger

D ONAT ION S Baby wipes One box of gallon Ziploc bags One box of quart Ziploc bags Brown paper lunch bags Plain paper plates Clorox wipes Water color paints

S PE C I A L NO T E Do not purchase large backpacks, cooler-type lunchboxes, trapper keepers, or notebooks other than those listed. These items will not fit in our cubbies. We will be sharing all supplies. You may label T-shirts, journals and folders.

Three packages of No. 2 pencils Two boxes of 24 crayons One box of markers Two boxes of tissues Five glue sticks One pair of kids’ scissors Two packages of erasers Two boxes of baby wipes One container of Clorox wipes Three plain wide-ruled spiral notebooks (one subject) One pack of wide-ruled notebook paper Two hard bound composition notebooks (black marble cover)

Two packs of pencils Colored pencils Skinny markers Regular markers Clipboard Two glue sticks Three two-pocket folders Three one-subject journals Composition notebook One plastic pocket folder Two dry-erase markers Pencil box Crayons Scissors Two packs of lined paper

OP T IONA L S U PPL I E S

Six spiral bound notebooks

Second Street School

Two packages of loose-leaf paper One composition notebook

KINDERGARTEN, MRS. ROSS

Two boxes of pencils

One bottle of hand sanitizer One box of Ziploc bags One box of Kleenex Two rolls of paper towels One package of baby wipes Backpack $10 to purchase agenda book and field trip T-shirt

One four-pack of dry-erase markers One box colored pencils One box of crayons One box water-based markers One pair of school scissors Two rolls of paper towels

One bottle of hand soap or sanitizer

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Scissors Disinfecting cleaning wipes Ziploc bags Clipboard Crayon/pencil box or pouch One roll of paper towels Handheld pencil sharpener with shaving holder

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Six folders (one green, one red, one blue, one yellow and two of your choice) Two composition notebooks Four single subject notebooks (80-120 pages, match colors to folders if possible) One legal pad of yellow paper Two packages of 10-12 count pencils One box of 24 crayons Two 10-pack of markers One pack of loose-leaf paper One pack of Expo dry-erase markers One or two boxes of tissues One three-pack of glue sticks $10 for agenda book and Time for Kids subscription

KINDERGARTEN, MRS. CATRON

One container of disinfecting wipes

Hand sanitizer Hand soap Tissues Clorox wipes Quart size baggies Baby wipes

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We are NOT a thrift store. You will find our shop boutique like, bright. Everything is sized and straightened hours before we ever open our doors. So, if you never shopped consignment, stop by and browse. You will find great bargains with name brands you want.

Why pay the difference if you can’t tell the difference? Serving You for over 34 Years

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SECOND GRADE

Six pocket folders

One box of tissues

THIRD GRADE

Student pocket dictionary Student pocket thesaurus $4 for assignment book $5 for weekly Time for Kids magazine

FIFTH GRADE

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One roll of paper towels

Do not buy backpacks with wheels.

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SUPPLY LISTS FIRST GRADE

One roll of paper towels Two bottles of waterless hand sanitizer One container of Clorox wipes One vinyl folder with three fasteners and two pockets Two boxes of Kleenex One bottle of cleaner One box of Ziploc bags One can of Lysol or disinfectant spray One plastic school box One box of 24 crayons One package of glue sticks

One box of Ziploc bags (girls bring snack size, boys bring sandwich size) One roll of paper towels One package of cleaning wipes One backpack (no wheels) Two package of yellow No. 2 pencils Four boxes of 24-count Crayola crayons One package of pencil-top erasers One pair of scissors

S PE C I A L NO T E All other supplies will be donated by a church or community organization.

KINDERGARTEN, MRS. GOSNEY

SECOND GRADE

Backpack (no wheels) Three rolls of paper towels One container of Clorox wipes Four boxes of regular Crayola crayons, 24 pack One vinyl folder with three fasteners and pockets Six glue sticks One plain paper folder with pockets and three fasteners One box of gallon-size Ziploc bags with slide closure One large pencil pouch that can be put into a threering binder One school box $10 fee for agenda book and field trip T-shirt

Pencils Long erasers Colored pencils Crayons Markers Two glue sticks Scissors Three two-pocket poly folders (one each green, yellow and blue) Pack of colored or white card stock paper

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Pencil box Word Buddy Study folder Writer’s notebook binder Assessment binder Center folder Band-Aids Hand sanitizer Two packages of Clorox wipes Paper towels Tissues Two packages of baby wipes Disinfectant spray Two packages of dry erase markers $10 for class field trip T-shirt and agenda book

THIRD GRADE

Three boxes of tissues Four rolls of paper towels Three boxes of Ziploc bags (one each of gallon, sandwich and snack) One 8 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer Backpack Fiskars pointed scissors One 1-inch binder One pack of tabbed binder pockets Two packs of baby wipes One pack of red pens Cleaning wipes Yellow highlighters, at least two per pack $11 for student planners, plastic homework folder and field trip T-shirts Loose-leaf wide-ruled notebook paper Four one-subject spiral notebooks

One school box White copy paper Two glue sticks One glue bottle Four packs of No. 2 pencils, at least 10 per pack Crayons, 16 or 24 pack Colored pencils Band-Aids Thin markers Markers

T H I NG S YOU W I L L R E C E I V E AT R E A DI F E S T Wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper One-subject spiral notebook Pencil pouch Glue stick Glue One pack of No. 2 pencils Crayons, 16 or 24 pack Colored pencils

S PE C I A L NO T E To receive the items at Readifest, you must be present July 28 at 6 p.m. Please send all items to school the first week. You child’s name should be marked on all items.

FOURTH GRADE

Three boxes of tissues Three paper towels Two packs of wide-ruled loose-leaf paper Three wide-ruled spiral notebooks Pencil pouch


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SUPPLY LISTS Two glue sticks Pointed scissors Five packs of pencils Crayons, 24 pack or larger Colored pencils Two packs of markers Eight two-pocket folders Backpack Cleaning wipes Package of erasers Three highlighters Post-it Notes Ziploc bags (sandwich and storage size) One pack of blue pens (or another color) $10 for student planners and grade-level T-shirts

36 pencils Three-ring binder (with zipper, if possible) 10 dividers Package of pencil-top erasers One 1-inch binder One spiral notebook One pack of dry-erase markers

FIFTH GRADE

One regular size backpack One complete change of clothing (shirt, pants, socks, underwear) all labeled with name Four glue sticks One set of water colors One set of “fat” markers (Eight or 10 count) One set of “skinny” markers (Eight, 10 or 12 count) One box of tissues One box of 5 oz. paper cups (no characters, i.e. Sponge Bob please) Two rolls of paper towels

C OM M U N I T Y S U PPL I E S Three rolls of paper towels One pack of disinfectant wipes Three boxes of Kleenex Pack of washable markers Two glue sticks Kleenex, baby wipes or paper towels

I N DI V I DUA L S U PPL I E S Two packages of loose-leaf paper

F OR US E AT HOM E Calculator Dictionary Thesaurus Pencils

Capital Day School PRE-K 3

Capital Day School Preschool through Eighth Grade

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www.CapitalDaySchool.net 120 Deepwood Dr. • Frankfort, KY 40601

One package of small paper plates One package of large paper plates One box of gallon size Ziploc bags One jar of peanut butter One box of whales snack crackers One can of pineapple chunks One can of mandarin oranges One jar of applesauce

A F T E R NO ON PR E S C HO OL One crib size sheet One small blanket One very small travel size pillow (optional) One small stuffed animal (optional) One reusable cloth grocery bag (available at Kroger and Walmart)

PRE-K 4

One backpack at least 10½” x 15” x 3” (simple, no flaps, no wheels) One complete change of clothes (shirt, pants, socks, underwear) all labeled with name One 18 or 24 pack of regular crayons One box eight or 10 Crayola washable Classic Markers One box of eight or 10 Crayola washable Bold Markers One set of eight Prang Washable Watercolors (preferred but Crayola brand can substitute) One pair Fiskars blunt scissors One package of O-Cello (or similar) small rectangular sponges One package of six glue sticks One large container raisins

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Two cans Easy Cheese One large jar of applesauce One large container of ranch dressing Two large boxes of Cheerios, Chex or Cinnamon Toast Crunch (store brands are fine) One large container of Goldfish crackers Two rolls of paper towels One large box of tissues Two boxes of 5 oz. Dixie kitchen cups (no characters, i.e. Sponge Bob please) One box of 3 oz. bathroom cups (no characters, i.e. Sponge Bob please) One large package of paper plates Two containers of Green Works by Clorox wipes

A F T E R NO ON PR E S C HO OL Lunch box with ice pack (labeled with name) One crib size sheet One small crib size blanket One very small travel size pillow (optional) One small stuffed animal (optional) One reusable cloth grocery bag (available at Kroger and Walmart)

KINDERGARTEN

One backpack, at least 12” x 18” x 5” (zip top only, no flaps, no wheels) One box Goldfish One box Cheerios or Cinnamon Toast Crunch One box of Kleenex Two rolls of paper towels One pack of 3 ½ x 6 inch sponges (two in a pack) One complete change of clothes (shirt, pants, socks, underwear) all labeled with name

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SUPPLY LISTS One twin size top flat sheet (labeled with child’s name) One package pencils (yellow only – not decorated) One 4 oz. school glue Two-pocket folder (one pocket on each side) One pair Fiskars pointed children’s scissors One box of 5 oz. paper cups (100 in a box) One report or portfolio cover with fasteners for computer lab

Three rolls paper towels Two packages glue sticks (Elmer) One backpack Four boxes baby wipes One container Green Works by Clorox wipes Three boxes of Dixie cups (5 oz.) One box Kleenex for computer lab

Two large boxes Kleenex One roll of paper towels One small dry erase board One set of thin dry-erase markers One bottle hand sanitizer for computer lab Spiral index card booklet with 100 pages for French

L A S T NA M E S A- Q One box baby wipes

L A S T NA M E S R -Z One container Green Works by Clorox wipes

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Please label all items. Pens, pencils, and markers may be labeled with child’s initials.

THIRD GRADE

No notebooks.

Please label only the scissors, folders, pencil bag, crayon box, and backpack with student’s name. Do not label the individual pens, pencils, and markers with child’s initials.

FIRST GRADE

SECOND GRADE

S PE C I A L NO T E

Two large pink erasers One package black Expo dry-erase markers Two boxes No. 2 pencils sharpened One pair Fiskars safety scissors Three pocket folders, not plastic (blue, red, and yellow) One ruler (U.S. and metric units) Two boxes large markers, only eight or 10 pack classic colors One box of crayons 24 pack One pencil box One large box Kleenex

Two red checking pens 10 No. 2 pencils One pack of cap erasers One pack of lined index cards, white Two glue sticks One pair Fiskars safety scissors Three composition notebooks Two packages wide-rule notebook paper Three plastic pocket folders (blue, red and yellow) One box of eight large markers One box of crayons One pencil bag – preferably cloth or heavy duty

Two large boxes Kleenex Two containers by Green Works by Clorox wipe Three rolls of paper towels Five folders with pockets Two one-subject wide ruled spiral notebooks One pack glue sticks Two red grading pens (ball point) Plenty of No. 2 wooden pencils One small box of colored pencils One pair scissors (Fiskars) One small pencil/storage box One box of 16 crayons One box of eight markers Two composition notebooks One box of Kleenex for computer lab One notebook for French

S PE C I A L NO T E

PUBLIC NOTICE

FRANKLIN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY STATEMENT

Students, their families and potential employees of the Franklin County Schools are hereby notified that the Franklin County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex, genetics or disability in employment programs, vocational programs, or activities set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. Any persons having inquiries concerning Franklin County Public Schools compliance with Title II, Title IV, Title VI, Title IX and/or Section 504 may contact: Deborah C. Wigginton, Director of Student Services Franklin County Schools 916 East Main Street Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502)695-6700 deborah.wigginton@franklin.kyschools.us

The Franklin County School System offers the following career and technical programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with Limited English proficiency, sex, genetics or disability in grades 9-12: Agriculture, Business and Office Technology, Health Sciences, Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Pre-Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing and Welding. Persons seeking further information concerning the vocational education offerings and specific pre-requisite criteria should contact: Karen Schneider, Principal Franklin County Career & Technical Center 1106 East Main Street Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502)695-6790 karen.schneider@franklin.kyschools.us

To obtain this information in a language other than English, call (502)695-6700.

Please label all items.

FOURTH GRADE

Two large boxes Kleenex Two rolls paper towels One blue folder with pockets and three center tabs, plastic preferred Five folders any color Two composition notebooks Four spiral-bound notebooks One pack wide-ruled notebook paper One box colored pencils One box crayons (twistable are preferred) Scissors No. 2 pencils One three-ring binder (½ inch wide) Three red ballpoint pens Three glue sticks Two highlighters One ruler (wooden or plastic) Erasers (Magic Rub erasers work the best) Pencil/storage pouch (preferred) or small storage box Five non-adhesive book covers One notebook for French One three-ring binder and one container Green Works by Clorox wipes for computer lab One box Kleenex for music

S PE C I A L NO T E Please label all items.

No. 2 pencils Crayons One box colored pencils One box markers (optional) One fine-point black Sharpie marker 12-inch ruler with centimeters & inches marked Scissors Two three-ring binder, any color (½ inch wide, pocket inside front and back covers) One zippered pencil holder for a three-ring binder One pump bottle anti-bacterial hand sanitizer or air freshener Two rolls paper towels Two folders, any color One composition book One bottle hand sanitizer One roll paper towels One box baby wipes Two boxes of Kleenex

C OM PU T E R S U PPL I E S One box Kleenex tissues One three-ring binder

M AT H Section dividers for binder Notebook filler paper Pencils

WOR L D L A NGUAGE 1 composition book 1 folder 1 package loose-leaf paper

S C I E NC E One three-ring binder (1-inch wide) Notebook filler paper (wide ruled) No. 2 pencils Loose-leaf dividers

M U S IC One black pocket folder

DR A M A One blue pocket folder

A RT One three-ring binder (1-inch wide)

MIDDLE SCHOOL E NGL I S H / R E A DI NG Two packages loose-leaf notebook paper Two folders/binders Pencils and pens (dark inks please, not neon colors) Two composition or single-subject notebooks One package of 3 x 5 index cards

S I X T H- GR A DE M AT H One three-ring binder Section dividers for binder Notebook filler paper Pencils

S E V E N T H- GR A DE M AT H One three-ring binder Section dividers for binder Graph paper TI-83 or TI-84 or similar graphing calculator Pencils

FIFTH GRADE

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One three-ring binder Section dividers for binder Graph paper

Four packages wide-ruled notebook paper


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SUPPLY LISTS TI-83 or TI-84 or similar graphing calculator Pencils

S O C I A L S T U DI E S One three-ring binder One pack loose-leaf paper Two three-hole pocket folders No. 2 pencils One blue or black pen One box colored pencils

WOR L D L A NGUAGE One composition book One folder One package loose-leaf paper

S C I E NC E One three-ring binder (1-inch wide) Notebook filler paper (wide ruled) No. 2 pencils Loose-leaf dividers

One 24-pack of crayons One pack colored pencils One watercolor paints (Prang or Crayola, if possible) Four No. 2 pencils Six glue sticks One two-pocket folder that fits in the backpack for home/school communication One 1-inch three-ring binder One backpack (large enough to hold folders) One roll of paper towels One box of tissues One package plain post-its One package of 3x5 index cards One clipboard One container of Clorox wipes One beach towel One 1-inch three-ring binder for Spanish

GI R L S One box of resealable quart size baggies

M U S IC

B OY S

One black pocket folder

5 oz. cups

DR A M A

S PE C I A L NO T E

One blue pocket folder

Items may be brought in on orientation day. Please label your child’s backpack, lunchbox, composition notebook, folders, beach towel, and clipboard. The other supplies do not need to be labeled. All students entering Kindergarten must have on file in the school office by the first day of school: documentation of school physical, eye exam, current immunizations; and copy of official birth certificate. Catholic students should also provide a copy of a Baptismal certificate. If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: GSS Office Depot #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

H E A LT H One notebook Yoga mat

A RT One three-ring binder (1-inch wide)

HOM E R O OM One box of Kleenex

S PE C I A L NO T E All middle school textbooks must be covered with non-adhesive book covers.

Good Shepherd School PRESCHOOL

One large backpack (at least 10 ½ x 15 x 3) Change of clothes (shirt, pants, socks and underwear in a gallon Ziploc bag labeled with child’s name) Small travel pillow, crib sheet, small blanket One 24-pack Crayola crayons (washable) One package of Crayola markers (washable) Two washable watercolor paints Two packs of disappearing color glue sticks Four to six rolls of Select-a-Size paper towels One two-ply or above box of tissues One bottle antibacterial soap Two packages of 5 oz. plastic cups for snack One package of bowls for snack One package of regular paper plates One plastic crayon/supply box (to hold crayons, glue, scissors, etc.)

S PE C I A L NO T E If you shop at Office Depot, please give them this GSS number #70039950 to earn credits for our school.

KINDERGARTEN

Two packs regular size Crayola washable markers

FIRST GRADE

One small plastic Spacemaker pencil box One pair of Fiskars scissors (label with child’s name) One box 24-count crayons Two boxes of tissues One two-pocket folder (label with child’s name) Two hand-held erasers Two glue sticks that may need to be replenished during the year Washable, refillable water bottle (not glass) One 1-inch three-ring binder for Spanish Special note Students should bring in all supplies (except water bottle) on orientation day. If you shop at Office Depot, please use this code: GSS Office Depot #70039950. Please remember to label all uniform sweatshirts with child’s name.

SECOND GRADE

One composition notebook One two-pocket folder for class papers/homework One GSS Student Planner (available on Orientation Day) $5 Two boxes of Kleenex One pair of Fiskar pointed scissors One pack of 24 count crayons One small plastic Space Maker pencil box One two-pocket folder and one composition notebook for Spanish

B OY S

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One roll of paper towels

One can of antibacterial room spray disinfectant One bottle of hand sanitizer

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One package of Clorox Wipes Special note Please label all items with child’s name. Please bring all items on Orientation Day. If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: GSS Office Depot #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

One container of disinfectant wipes One box of quart size baggies

THIRD GRADE

One package No. 2 pencils Two packs wide-ruled filler paper (keep one at home) Two red pens Two yellow highlighters One ruler marked with centimeters and inches Five sturdy two-pocket folders One medium size, soft pencil ba 24-pack of crayons Colored pencils One black sharpie fine point pen Two dry-erase markers fine point One roll of paper towels Pointed scissors One box of tissues Good Shepherd Student Planner (available orientation day) One two-pocket folder and composition book (both from last year) for Spanish

B OY S

S PE C I A L NO T E Please label ruler and scissors with student’s name. We will label folders as we use them. If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: GSS Office Depot #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

FOURTH GRADE

GSS Student Planner (available on orientation day) Two packs of wide-ruled notebook paper, mark with name One 1-foot ruler (centimeters and inches), unbendable One box of 24-count Crayola colored pencils One box 24-count Crayola crayons One 24-pack of No. 2 pencils (please sharpen, return to box or bundle with rubber band) Two glue sticks (preferably Elmer’s) Two boxes of tissues One bottle of hand sanitizer One container of disinfectant wipes One roll of paper towels Pocket folders (One each of red, green, blue, one of any color for music class with loose leaf paper inside, and one of any color for homework) Three one-subject notebooks (green, red, and blue) One two-pocket folder and composition book


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SUPPLY LISTS (both from last year) for Spanish

S U PPL I E S F OR N Y L ON PE NC I L P OUC H One hand-held pink eraser Two Bic or Paper-Mate red pens One (fat) Sharpie “smear guard” highlighters Two dark Expo low odor dry-erase markers (black, green, blue) One pair of scissors Three of your sharpened pencils One fine-point black Sharpie marker

S PE C I A L NO T E If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: GSS Office Depot #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

FIFTH GRADE

One GSS Student Planner (Available for purchase on orientation day) Three packs wide-ruled loose-leaf notebook paper Pencils 4 oz. white glue Spiral notebook Ruler Crayons 24 pack Colored pencils 12 pack

One composition book Two highlighter pens (not yellow) Three boxes of tissues One two-pocket folder and composition book (both from last year) for Spanish

M US IC S U PPL I E S One No. 2 pencil with eraser One two-pocket folder with clean notebook paper in it One recorder from fourth grade (Replacements may be purchased for $3, new students will receive recorders)

S PE C I A L NO T E If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: GSS Office Depot #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Two boxes of tissues One roll of paper towels One container disinfecting wipes GSS Student Planner (available for purchase on orientation day) USB flash drive (available for purchase on orientation day) One Trapper Keeper style organizer or 2-inch threering binder

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Owned & Operated by Danny & Sheila Bryant

One package of subject dividers for binder Six two-pocket folders of different colors (threehole punched to fit in binder) One spiral notebook (with holes to fit in binder) One zipper bag for pencils (must fit into binder) Five highlighters (assorted colors) Wide-ruled filler paper No. 2 Black Warrior pencils (no mechanical pencils) Red ink pens ANSI approved Safety Goggles Two marble-back style composition notebooks One two-pocket folder and composition notebook (both from last school year) for Spanish One two-pocket folder for music

S PE C I A L NO T E Please reuse last year’s supplies if still in good shape. All students entering sixth grade must have on file in school office by first day of school: documentation of sixth-grade physical exam and updated immunization information. If you shop at Office Depot, please supply them with this number: #70039950 (purchases made with this number earn credits for our school).

The Frankfort Christian Academy KINDERGARTEN

24 count Crayola crayons Fiscar scissors blunt tip 3 plastic folders (red, blue and green) 10 glue sticks

10 pencils (sharpened) One set of watercolors One school box Basic color Crayola markers One pack of Expo markers One box of tissue Two packs of wet wipes Two rolls of paper towels

GI R L S Large or small white paper plates (not wax or Styrofoam) One box of Ziploc bags

B OY S One box Band-Aids One container of Clorox wipes or Lysol wipes

OP T IONA L One pack colored paper

M U S IC Two boxes of 24 Crayons

FIRST GRADE

Pencil box or pouch (label with child’s name) One package of cap erasers Three packages solid colored sharpened pencils (no mechanical ones please) Markers (broad tip, label with child’s name) One Crayola eight-color watercolor paints (label with child’s name) 10 glue sticks One small bottle of liquid glue (label with child’s name)


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SUPPLY LISTS One pair of scissors (label with child’s name) One package of four-color dry-erase markers (any color) Crayons (64 count box or smaller, label with child’s name) Two plain solid color plastic folders One folder, any design (label with child’s name) Three refill packages of baby wipes (or boxes) Two boxes of tissues Two rolls of paper towels Can of Playdough (boys bring green, girls bring any color) $2 to purchase a journal (please send cash or make checks payable to TFCA)

M U S IC Box of baby wipes

OP T IONA L D ONAT ION S Additional paper towels 12 x 12 paper or cardstock Cotton balls Germ-X Ziploc sandwich bags Construction paper Package of lunch bags (brown or white) Package of 8 1/2 x 11 copy or printer paper in primary colors

SECOND GRADE MRS. WHEATLEY

Two packages of 24 pencils (Ticonderoga brand, if possible, sharpened) One one-subject, wide rule, spiral notebook Four heavy-duty polypropylene folders with pockets One 1-inch three-ring binder One spiral bound index cards (4x6, 50 white, ruled cards) Crayons, 24 or more Markers Colored pencils Scissors (medium size) Rule with inch and centimeter markings Four glue sticks School supply box One roll of paper towels (another roll second semester) Two large boxes of tissue (two more second semester) Clipboard Drink bottle One bottle of hand sanitizer

L A S T NA M E S A-K Clorox wipes

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S C HO OL S U PPLY B OX Two sharp pencils One block eraser Markers Scissors Crayons Colored pencils Glue stick

OP T IONA L Disposable plates Cups Napkins Forks and spoons Band-Aids Ziploc bags

I T E M S N E E DE D AT HOM E Pencils Ruler Colored pencils Crayons Addition, subtraction and multiplication fact cards (optional)

S PE C I A L NO T E All supplies not in the school supply box will be collected and stored until needed. It is not necessary to label extra supplies. Craft items may be needed throughout the year. A note will be sent home when these items are needed.

SECOND GRADE MRS. PERKINS

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Two packages of 24 pencils (Ticonderoga brand, if possible, sharpened) One one-subject, wide rule, spiral notebook Four heavy-duty polypropylene folders with pockets One 1-inch three-ring binder One spiral bound index cards (4x6, 50 white, ruled cards) Crayons, 24 or more Markers Colored pencils Scissors (medium size) Rule with inch and centimeter markings Four glue sticks School supply box One roll of paper towels (another roll second semester) Two large boxes of tissue (two more second semester) Clipboard Drink bottle

L A S T NA M E S A-K Clorox wipes

L A S T NA M E S L -Z Hand sanitizer

S C HO OL S U PPLY B OX Two sharp pencils One block eraser Markers Scissors Crayons Colored pencils

We’re beginning a new season at Broadway Clay Adult Evening Classes: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings

Sign up now for fall classes

Daytime Class 1:00 to 3:30 Mondays Kids after school classes Wednesdays & Thursdays or call and schedule Mornings or afternoons for Home schoolers

Fall Schedule

August 1 through August 27, 2011 Sept. 5 through Oct. 1st Oct. 3rd through Oct. 29th Oct. 31st through Nov. 26th Mini session: Nov. 28th through Dec. 9th

223 W. Broadway, Frankfort, KY 40601 www.broadwayclay.net

To register come by the studio and pickup a registration form, call (502) 320-7250 or email us at broadwayclay@qx.net


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SUPPLY LISTS Glue stick

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Forks and spoons

Pencils Ruler Colored pencils Crayons 3x5 recipe card box Two packages of 3x5 index cards Addition, subtraction and multiplication fact cards (optional)

Ziploc bags, sandwich or quart

S PE C I A L NO T E

Ziploc bags

OP T IONA L Disposable plates Cups Napkins

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All supplies not in the school supply box will be collected and stored until needed. It is not necessary to label extra supplies. Notes will be sent home when to bring craft items to class: fabric, ribbon, foam tryas, “Go Packs” containers with lids. If you do not have any of these items, do not purchase them. There will be plenty to share.

THIRD GRADE

One 1-inch three-ring binder with 10 plastic sheet protectors Five plastic folders with pockets and binder holes One one-subject spiral notebook Three packages wide ruled notebook paper One large school supplies box Three large packs of sharpened pencils One large pack of cap erasers Small pencil sharpener One pair of scissors One ruler Two packages unlined white index cards Four glue sticks Ultra fine-point sharpie Crayons Colored pencils Markers One clipboard Two rolls of paper towels Three boxes of tissues Baby wipes

OP T IONA L I T E M S Clorox/Lysol wipes Hand sanitizer Plastic forks Plastic spoons Paper plates Ziploc bags, gallon or sandwich size

S PE C I A L C L A S S E S Box of tissues

FOURTH GRADE

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Four packages of sharpened pencils Four red pens (label with child’s name) One pencil sharpener with an enclosed case (label with child’s name) Scissors (label with child’s name) Two block erasers (label with child’s name) Two packages of cap erasers One highlighter (any color, label with child’s name) One ruler with inches and centimeters (label with child’s name) Two packages of notebook paper Two one subject spiral notebook (label with child’s name) Six glue sticks Four rolls paper towels One clipboard (label with child’s name) One box of markers Two boxes of colored pencils (label with child’s name) 12 erasable ink pens, must be Papermate One pencil box- large enough to hold ruler (label with child’s name) One Trapper Keeper type binder (label with child’s name) Six pocket folders to go in binder One Bible (NIV, label with child’s name) One plastic milk crate type container (label with child’s name) Two boxes of tissues

S PE C I A L C L A S S E S Roll of paper towels

FIFTH GRADE F OR F I R S T DAY OF S C HO OL NIV Bible (label with child’s name) Two composition notebooks (not spiral bound, label with child’s name) One 1.5-inch, three-ring binder (label with child’s name) Eight plastic dividers with pockets in each divider One pencil pouch with holes to put in three-ring binder Set of eight washable markers

BR I NG BY S E P T. 15 Two large packages of No. 2 pencils Four Expo markers (any color) One package of cap erasers One package of lined paper One package of 3x5 lined index cards Two large boxes of tissues (no lotion) Two rolls paper towels One container of baby wipes

S PE C I A L C L A S S E S One package construction paper

CL ASS W ISH LIST Disposable plates, bowls, cups, forks, spoons Playground equipment (jump ropes, foot balls, bouncy balls) Cleaning supplies (surface spray cleaner, Extra Expo markers Thank you notes Batteries (AAA, AA, and C type) Digital camera (not anything fancy, an old used one would be great) Ice packs for injuries (disposable or reusable that would fit in a tiny freezer)

S PE C I A L NO T E Provide a healthy snack for your child each day. Things like fruit, granola bars, crackers, raisins, fruit drinks, pretzels, popcorn, cheese, or raw veggies would be great choices. Please do not send soda. If for any reason you are unable to purchase all the items needed, please let the teacher know. We will work out a solution. Also note that we do many art and hands-on projects and there are some items we may need to replenish mid-year.

SIXTH GRADE PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S Multi-subject binder or individual binders for four classes Flash-drive (USB storage device) Pencil pouch with pencils, pens and highlighters NIV Bible Loose-leaf paper Spiral bound three-subject notebook for science

F I R S T-PE R IOD C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S One package of Expo dry-erase markers Two boxes of tissues One small box of washable markers One box of 12 colored pencils Two packages of loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled) Four glue sticks Five packages of pencils Three packages of cap erasers Two rolls of paper towels


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One package of Expo dry-erase markers

M AT H

One box of tissues

3-inch three-ring binder with five dividers One package of wide-ruled notebook paper One package of graph paper Two-pocket folder (optional)

One small box of washable markers

E NGL I S H A N D S O C I A L S T U DI E S

Five packages of pencils

Index card box Four packs of 100-count lined index cards (can be any color) Three two-pocket folders A check for $15 book/magazine fee made payable to TFCA

BI BL E C L A S S

Two packages of loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled) One box of baby wipes Three packages of cap erasers One roll of paper towels One package of construction paper Two packages of ball-point pens (blue or black) One bottle of hand sanitizer

M AT H 3-inch three-ring binder with five dividers One package of wide-ruled notebook paper

SEVENTH GRADE

One package of graph paper

Multi-subject binder or individual binders for four classes Flash-drive (USB storage device) Pencil pouch with pencils, pens and highlighters NIV Bible Loose-leaf paper Spiral bound three-subject notebook for science 1-inch binder for social studies

F I R S T-PE R IOD C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S

Scientific or graphing calculator Two-pocket folder (optional)

E NGL I S H / BI BL E C L A S S

Two two-pocket folders Spiral-bound three-subject notebook A check for $12 book fee made payable to TFCA

HIGH SCHOOL

One package of Expo dry-erase markers Two boxes of tissues One small box of washable markers One box of 12 colored pencils Two packages of loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled) Four glue sticks Five packages of pencils Three packages of cap erasers One roll of paper towels One package of construction paper One container of Clorox wipes Two packages of ball-point pens (blue or black)

PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S

M AT H

One package of Expo dry-erase markers

Multi-subject binder or individual binders for five classes Daily planner or assignment notebook Flash-drive (USB storage device) Pencil pouch with pencils, pens and highlighters NIV Bible Loose-leaf paper Spiral bound three-subject notebook for science 1-inch binder for social studies

F I R S T-PE R IOD C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S

3-inch three-ring binder with five dividers One package of wide-ruled notebook paper One package of graph paper Two-pocket folder (optional)

One box of tissues

E NGL I S H

One container of Clorox wipes

Index card box Two packs of 100-count lined index cards (can be any color) Two two-pocket folders A check for $12 book fee made payable to TFCA

Five packages of pencils

BI BL E C L A S S

One bottle of hand sanitizer

Spiral-bound three-subject notebook

M AT H

EIGHTH GRADE

3-inch three-ring binder with five dividers

PE R S ONA L S U PPL I E S Multi-subject binder or individual binders for four classes Flash-drive (USB storage device) Pencil pouch with pencils, pens and highlighters NIV Bible Loose-leaf paper Spiral bound three-subject notebook for science 1-inch binder for social studies

F I R S T-PE R IOD C L A S S R O OM S U PPL I E S

One small box of washable markers One box of 12 colored pencils Two packages of loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled)

Three packages of cap erasers Two rolls of paper towels One package of construction paper Two packages of ball-point pens (blue or black)

One package of wide-ruled notebook paper One package of graph paper Scientific or graphing calculator Two-pocket folder (optional)

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Index card box Two packs of 100-count lined index cards (can be any color)

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Spiral-bound three-subject notebook

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FX EASES FRESHMAN PRESSURE Freshman Experience prepares middle schoolers for high school life BY KATHERAN WASSON STATE JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

The move from middle school to high school comes with more homework assignments, a bigger maze of hallways and tougher tests. But it also means more freedom, and teenagers often struggle to balance the two. Franklin County High School teachers aim to alleviate the pressure through the Freshman Experience, a transition program for ninth-graders now in its third year and commonly known as FX. Students learn organizational skills, how to take notes in class and how to ask key questions so they understand their homework. Principal Sharon Collett says it’s a “hidden curriculum” that can help students succeed academically. “We don’t march them to the cafeteria or the restrooms (like in middle school), so it’s important for them to understand that freedom needs to be dealt with in a very responsible manner,” she said. “Teaching them to respect that freedom is really a strong transition that we have to make.” The school’s faculty has experimented with freshman transition programs for the last decade and Collett says they finally found the right one in FX. “We tried a couple of different versions and didn’t have the initial success we wanted,” she told The State Journal earlier this month. “We just totally redesigned it, and we have a group of teachers who are thoroughly engaged. They’ve bought into the whole concept, and it’s really, really working well.” Students are divided into two teams – blue and gold, based on the school’s colors. Team members stick together, traveling as a group to class and sharing the same freshmen teachers in core subjects such as English, math, social studies and science. Those teachers work closely together too. In addition to their regular planning period, they meet each day to solve problems, coordinate lessons and write exams. If a student is falling behind, they invite his or her parents to the planning session to discuss the next steps.

Above, seniors on the Franklin County dance team perform for incoming freshman at Franklin County High School’s freshman orientation. Freshman had the opportunity to ask questions and advice about coming into high school after the performance. Right, Alexa Ferrell, a senior at FCHS shows off a non-compliant outfit. Left, Shelby Wacker, a senior at FCHS, shows off noncompliant shorts and a belly shirt. State Journal/Tricia Spaulding

They can also tap into the school’s Family Resource and Youth Services Center if the problem is a lack of food or other material needs, Collett said. “It’s more of a family environment, and they share everything,” Collet said of the freshmen teachers. FCHS administrators say they’ve seen grades and behavior improve in freshmen since the program began. Assistant Principal Morgan Howell says office referrals for freshmen have dropped from 2,587 in 2008-2009, the

year before FX began, to 433 last year. He believes the greater focus on transitioning to high school helps students understand the new rules and new expectations they face. But, there are no plans to extend the team model to the upper grades. Collett says teens must learn to be independent before they head to college or the work force. “We want to get them used to having different types of classes and different types of teachers,” she said, in-

cluding being in class with students of all ages. Looking forward to a new school year, Collett says she’d like to see greater involvement in extracurricular activities. “It’s not always easy to get a kid back to school or band or choral music or clubs, but that’s one of the things we hope kids will take a closer look at this year,” she said. “Kids need to be involved to be engaged, and we want them to be involved.”

State Journal Back to School 2011  

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