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Bulletin.2.7.13

Bulletin.2.7.13

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MOTTO:
Inspire with our Hearts, Lead with Humility, Soar with Pride
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Eatonville, Florida: The First Black Town
 
The time was Reconstruction. The Civil War was over, slavery was dead and blacks across the South werelooking forward to prosperity and a better way of life. A number of blacks lived in the white community of Maitland. In 1882, businessman Joseph C. Clarke bought some land from Maitland Mayor Josiah C. Eaton.Clarke began selling lots to black families from Maitland and nearby Orlando and Winter Park. By 1887,though race relations were relatively harmonious, many blacks dreamed of having their own town.On Aug. 15 of that year, 27 registered voters, all black men, met and voted to incorporate. The new townconsisted of 112 acres (the land Clarke bought, plus a 10-acre donated tract) and was called Eatonville inhonor of the original owner. That vote made history: Eatonville was the first incorporated African-Americancommunity in the nation.
PARENTS & STUDENTS . . . Just a friendly reminder,
 
Franklin County School does not accept outside deliveriesof Valentine Flowers/Gifts to students.
 
However, there are school fundraisers available to students.
 
Elementary Valentine’s Dance
:
 
 Fri, Feb. 8
, in cafeteria from 6-8:00pm.Admission- $3.00 Concessions- .50 & $1.00
M/S
Valentine’s
Social:
 
Thurs, Feb. 14
, in elem. Multi-purpose building, 2:30-5:00pm.Admission- $3.00 Concessions- .50
Long Stem Roses- Take Stock in Children:
 
All grade levels
- $2/Rose or $22/ Dozen.
Delivery to Student- $1 (no charge for staff delivery).
Personalized card to go with rose- $1.
 Delivery
on 2/14/13 during 6
th
period.
 Deadline to order- Fri, Feb 8.
Valentine Grams- Junior Class:
 
Middle & High school students only
- $1per Candy GramDelivery on 2/14/13 during breakfast & lunch.
 Deadline to order- Wed, Feb. 13.
 
**Track & Weight-lifting Practice:
Track-
immediately after school on Mondays through Thursdays.Weight-lifting (change in days) - immediately after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays.
**Animal Shelter Donations:
 
The third grade classes are collecting supplies for the Franklin County AnimalShelter. The following is a list of the supplies they need: dog treats, dog toys (hard rubber), kitty litter, cattoys, and cleaning supplies. Each class has a donation box setup in their room- Mr. Boyd, Mrs. CathyCreamer, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Schaffer.
4
th
Annual Franklin County School Miss Seahawk Pageant
 
 
Registration & Entry Fee Date Extended: $60 due by
tomorrow, Feb. 8.
 
Late Registration by Feb. 22 requires $15 late fee.
 NO APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED AFTER Feb. 22.
Applications are available from Ms. Clark, Mrs. Howze-Jones, or the FCS front office.For more information contact Ms. Clark at 850-228-2661 or see the event created on Facebook.
 
NO CULINARY CLASS CAFÉ THIS WEEK 
 
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Miscellaneous
**Franklin Co. Dental Clinic
:
The new Dental Clinic in the Carrabelle Health Dept building is now offeringcomprehensive dental exams to patients 6 months to 20 years of age. Let them fix your smile! For appointmentor more information, please call 697-4121.
5.31.13
 
**Parent Survey For Students with IEP
’s
:
Parents of children with disabilities & current IEP in gradespreschool to 12,
“Is your school supporting your involvement in your child’s education?” 
 
You may participate in a survey being offered by the Florida Dept. of Education. The responses to the surveyprovide important information for planning & monitoring improvement activities.
Complete the survey online at www.esesurvey.com  from 2/1/13 to 6/30/13
6.30.13
 
 
FYI Parents - Student Documents & Forms Online
: Parent documents of interest may be found at
. Documents include but are not limited to: Code of 
 
Conduct, Student Progression Plan, FC Academy Handbook, Athletic Handbook, Parent's Right to Know, SchoolImprovement Plans, Parent Involvement Plans, Student Records Manual, Supplemental Education Services(Tutoring), School Public Accountability Reports and the District Title I -5 Year Plan. All documents will be madeavailable in Spanish upon request. Call 670-2810 x 4108 or email
 jmalone@franklin.k12.fl.us
 
indef.
 
MCKAY SCHOLARSHIP:
The McKay Scholarship was established in 2000. This program was designed toparents of students with disabilities to choose the best educational setting
public or private
for their child.
Who is eligible?
•Students who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or a 504 Accommodation Plan (for more than 6 months) and
meet the following requirements:
•T
he student spent the prior school year in attendance at a Florida public school during the preceding October andFebruary FTE surveys in Pre-K through grade 12, or 
•The student spent the prior school year in attendance at the Florida School for t
he Deaf and the Blind during thepreceding October and February FTE surveys in kindergarten through 12, or 
•The student received specialized instructional services under the Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Education Program
 during the previous school year, or 
•The student is a dependent child of a member of the United States Armed Forces who transfers to Florida from out of state due to a parent’s permanent change of station orders
What are the options?
•Request a different public school that follows your district’s choice policy•Request a public school in an adjacent school district that has space and provides the services contained in student’s
 IEP or 504 Plan
•Receive a scholarship for your child to attend
a participating private school
Where do I go for more information?
Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice, Florida Department of Education-
www.floridaschoolchoice.org or 1 (800) 447-1636
 
**KidCare & Medicaid Application Assistance
:
There is a Community Health Worker,
Jo Ethridge
at the
Franklin County Health Department in Apalachicola
on every Thursday from 8:00 am
 – 
4:00 pm. She will beat the
Franklin County Annex (Carrabelle Clinic)
on Tuesday, January 15 & Wednesday, January 23. Ms.Etheridge is available to assist families with applying for KidCare as well as Medicaid. Come in to see her.You can also reach her at
(850)624-3640
. No appointment is necessary.
 Apalachicola Community Services Center 
also has someone to help with applying for services such asMedicaid, KidCare, and food & cash assistance.
James Rutherford
can assist you at the center. It is located at192 14
th
Street, Apalachicola, FL. They are open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Appointmentsare scheduled from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Please call
(850)653-3930
for an appointment
BOX TOPS for EDUCATION:
 
The Franklin County School PTO is collecting Box Tops!Please send all Box Tops to your child's teacher. Middle and High
 
parents can save them too!Please turn your Box Tops in to Mrs. Laura King or Ms. Leigh Smith
.
 
GED CLASSES 
GED classes are being offered again at Franklin County School on Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays from 4-8:00pm.
The next GED Test
 
will be given
Feb. 18 & 19, 2013 
 at the Franklin County School library at 6:00pm.
 
To register for the test or for classes, contact Maxine Creamer @ 670-4481.
The Franklin County Adult Education Courses do not discriminate based on race, color,

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