Congratulations to Senior Joseph Kahrs on signing today to play football next year for Concordia University. It is a great day to be a Flyer.
Congratulations to the FFA Creed Speakers for an outstanding job. 1st Place - Jordyn Falkenstine, 2nd Place - Sadie Pritchard, Alternate to Districts - Alexa Goosic. Also, Congratulations to the Greenhand and Chapter FFA Degree recipients.
Congratulations to the One Act cast and crew for finishing the season as runner-up at the District D1-5 play production. Outstanding actors recognized by the judges were Joe Kahrs, Emily Rutt, Logan Wentworth, Tavin Uden, Landon Boettcher, Kati Schurman, and Aali Wilsey.
There will be a Junior Class Parents Meeting on Monday, November 23rd at 6:30pm, or after the high school winter sports meetings, at Black Powder to discuss Post Prom.
JH Girls Basketball Parents and Families: Silver Lake will be live streaming tonights JH Girls Basketball game via striv at the following web address: https://striv.tv/channel/silver-lake The game is scheduled to start at 6:00 pm with the "A" game, a two quarter "B" game will follow.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Flyer One-Act team on placing 2nd at the Twin Valley Conference competition on Tuesday, November 17th in Harvard with their play "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. Outstanding Actor Honorable Mentions Include: Landon Boettcher, Kaitlyn Schurman, Emily Rutt, Joseph Kahrs, Logan Wentworth, Michelle Falkenstine, and Tavin Udin: Overall Outstanding Supporting Actor: Logan Wentworth What A Great Day to be A Flyer.....
Congratulations to the CDE participants for a great job last Wednesday. Team results and top 10 competitors' area s follows. Nursery and Landscape -1st place team Emma Jackson - 1st place Michelle Falkenstine - 5th place Ag Biotechnology - 2nd place team Joe Kahrs and Taelyn Pritchard - Tied for first place individual Emily Rutt - 3rd place Madalynn Welsh -6th place Agronomy - 2nd place team Tavin Uden - 3 place individual Spencer Wentworth - 7th place Natural resources team placed 7th
Calendar Update: The One Act Community Performance has been postponed to Saturday, November 21st at 7:00pm. This from Franklin Public School is brought to you by South Central State Bank.
CONGRATULATIONS to Kyler Carraher on breaking the school record at the State Cross Country meet today running his race in 18:31.1 and placing 44th as a Freshman. Great Job Kyler and we are all very proud of your accomplishment.
In light of the bitterly cold weather today, we will still hold the parade as scheduled for homecoming. However the Pep Rally and Coronation will now take place in the main gym following the parade.
Due to low numbers for Lawrence-Nelson tonight's volleyball game will now be Varsity Only starting at 6:00 pm here in Franklin. It is also Pink Out night in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness, come on out in pink and cheer on the lady flyers.
Homecoming 2020 - Friday, October 23rd. 12:00pm Parade line up in the back parking lot. 12:30pm Parade starts. Following the parade, at roughly 1:00pm, the pep rally will start downtown. Masks are required. Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during the pep rally. Parking during the day: All floats will be in the back parking lot so please do not park along the fence east of the football field. Staff need to park in the front parking lot. Students will need to park in the back gravel lot directly south of the gym, or around the green house, and in the gravel lot south of the football field.
REMINDER - Picture Retakes will be Wednesday, October 21st. The photographer will be here from 11:00am to 11:45am. If you did not like your school pictures you need return your picture packet to the photographer and she will retake your picture. If you did not get school pictures when they were here on the original picture day there are picture packet forms available in the HS Office. Please call the HS Office at 308-425-6283, if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the Flyer Band for receiving a Superior (Division I) rating at the first Alma Band Day held on October 17th!
CONGRATULATIONS to Kyler Carraher state bound for Flyer Cross Country placing third at districts today.
New Schedule for 2020 Flyer Homecoming -
Picture Retakes will be Wednesday, October 21st from 11:00-11:45am. If you did not like your school pictures you need return your picture packet to the photographer and she will retake your picture. If you did not get school pictures when they were here on the original picture day there are picture packet forms available in the HS Office. Please stop by or call the HS Office if you have any questions.
Flyer Fans: Silver Lake will be using Striv to live stream the following events: Monday, October 12th - JH Volleyball @ Silver Lake Triangular in Roseland starting at 4:00 pm Friday, October 16th - Varsity Football @ Silver Lake in Bladen starting at 7:00 pm The link to watch these provided by Silver Lake is: https://striv.tv/channel/silver-lake/
10/12/2020 Reminder to all Parent's / Guardians: Franklin Public Schools is currently in the Yellow Zone on our Back to School Plan that was released at the beginning of the school year. This plan can be found on our school website. Please call the high school office if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your support and understanding as we do our best to proceed through this pandemic.
On Monday, October 12 we will be welcoming back our PK-12 students who have been on a remote learning schedule for the past two weeks. Students will be required to wear masks as this will give us much greater control of reducing quarantines for both our staff and students. Masks will be required on busses. Students were sent home on the busses wearing masks on Friday, September 25th. It is the parents responsibility to take their child’s temperature at home before getting on the bus. We will continue to take temperatures as students enter the school building every day. All public school property such as books and devices including chargers need to be returned to school on Monday. As we head into next week, I do want to thank everyone for your support and cooperation as we continue to make our way through this school year. It is hard to believe, but we are quickly approaching the end of the 1st quarter. While there have been some daily obstacles to overcome, we will keep moving forward to provide the best educational opportunities for our kids! Have a great weekend! Dr. Candace Conradt