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Thursday, October 20, 2011 , 1 Thurs 20

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Seahawk Scoop

BOOK FAIR WEEK ☼☼☼ Oct. 17 – Oct. 21
Last day is tomorrow! Hours- 8:30am-2:00pm
**M/S PARENTS: Donations such as soda, chips, cookies, & candy are needed for the M/S Costume Ball which is
tomorrow, Oct. 21. Items may be dropped off at the front office & then delivered to Ms. Baney. Thank You!

**BUS RIDER PRIZE DRAWING: The drawing will take place tomorrow, Oct. 21, at 1:30pm. There will be a
prize for one elementary, one middle, & one high school student who rode their assigned bus last week. The winners will be announced in the Seahawk Scoop.

**SENIORS: 1) Date change!!! The first down payment of $75 for the Senior Trip must be turned in to Mrs. Wheeler
by Oct. 28- she must turn in the money to the Travel Agency by Nov. 1. 2) Second Senior T-shirt orders are due by Nov. 2. Turn in to Mrs. Wheeler.

LUNCH FOR TODAY **K-5 Grade: Choice of One- Cheese Pizza, Chicken Salad, Yogurt Lite Meal, or PBJ Sandwich Choice of Two- Fresh Plum, Fruit Cup, Stir Fry Vegetables; May Select- Cherry Crisp

**6th-12th Grade: Choice of above or Asian Chicken & Noodles, Homemade Pizza, or Lite Alternative

**Thur, Oct 20: **Thur, 20: -CFES “Meet, Greet, & Brunch” with FCS, PSJ, & Wewa Scholars -Senior Class Officers’ meeting in the cafeteria during lunch -M/S Photography Class Exhibition in Ms. Countryman’s room, 1018, 3:30-5:30pm -Home Varsity Volleyball game vs Rickards @ 6:00pm- SENIOR NITE activities -END OF FIRST NINE WEEKS -Literacy on the Lawn- K-8th Grade – New time schedule below!!! K & 3 Grade: 10:45-11:15am 1 & 4 Grade: 11:30-12:00 2 & 5 Grade: 6-8 Grade: 12:00-1:15 -9th Grade Class Officers’ meeting in Ms. Mount-Simmons room, 1217, during

begin @ 5:45pm **Fri, Oct 21: **Fri, 21: 12:15-12:45 breakfast

-Seniors meet w/ FSU Representative in the gym wresting room @ 1:15pm -Elem. Halloween Party/ Dance in the cafeteria 5:00-7:00pm , Admission- $3 / Concession-Separate (Sponsor- 4th Grade) -M/S Costume Ball in the cafeteria 7:30-10:00pm, Admission- $3 (Sponsor- 8th Grade) -Away Varsity Football game vs W. Gadsden @ 7:30pm **Sat, Oct 22: **Sat, 22: -ACT in Mrs. Lee’s room, 807, 8:00am-12:00noon

FCS Homecoming Events are in BLUE Type
**Mon, Oct 24: **Mon, 24: -Classes may begin working on Homecoming floats -10th Grade Class begins working on float today & after school the rest of week (1100 building canopy)- Bray **Tue, Oct 25: **Tue, 25: -Twisted Tuesday -Apparel: Halloween/ Cartoon Day- 2011 Version of Wacky Wednesday -Event: Silly Olympics – M/S & H/S in pm, time TBA -H/S Beta Club meeting in Ms. Mount-Simmons room, 1217, during breakfast -FCA meetings in the gym during H/S & M/S lunch -Home M/S-JH Boys & Girls Basketball games vs Hosford @ 4:00pm -Home M/S-JFHFootball Game vs vs Wakulla @ 7:00pm -NHS & CFES members to attend the Relay for Life Kick-Off meeting at the St. Patrick’s Church in Apal @ 5:30pm **Wed, Oct 26: **Wed, 26: Yellow -Color Wars -Apparel: Each class dresses in different colorsElem-Red M/S-Red 9th-



10th-Blue 11th-Pink 12th-Green -Event: Capture the Seahawk treasure hunt- M/S & H/S in pm, Time TBA -Elementary AR Social on the cafeteria stage , 10:45am-12:30pm -SGA meeting in the gym wrestling room during lunch **Thur, Oct 27: **Thur, 27: high water pants, -Steve Urkel Day -Apparel: Any attire that mirrors the image of Steve Urkel- glasses with tape, suspenders, etc. K-12 Pep Rally hosted by the Cheerleaders in pm, Time TBA Bonfire hosted by the Volleyball Team, in front of the school, 7:00-

10:00pm **Fri, Oct 28: **Fri, 28:

-Event: -Event:

-Senior Class Officers’ meeting in the cafeteria during lunch -REPORT CARDS GO HOME TODAY -Super Fan School Spirit Friday -Apparel: Show your Seahawk Spirit! Wear School Colors -Event: Introducing the first Homecoming Festival The Homecoming Festival will be 9:00-11:15 a.m. (Elem: 9-10am M & H/S: 10:15-11:15am) The SGA invites any and all classes or school organizations to set up a booth. Registration for a booth is ONLY $10.00. The money collected from the registration booths will fund the bouncy houses, of which each elementary student will receive a free ticket for one bounce. -Homecoming Parade The Homecoming Parade will be on HWY 98 in Eastpoint, FL at 1:00 Students will board the bus that transports them home. Teachers each bus. Once the parade is over, a bus will return the teachers to students will continue home. Lunch Schedule: Elem: 10:45 - 11:20 Load bus at 12:30 M/S: 11:30 – 11:50 ***Return to 4th period. Load bus at H/S: 12:00 – 12:20 ***Return to 5th period Load bus at

p.m. will be assigned to the school and the


12:40 The bus will depart from the school at 12:45. Students must check out by 12:00pm and MAY NOT be checked out on the parade site. -Homecoming Varsity Football game vs Blountstown @ 7:30pm -Fundraiser: SGA to clean football field after game **Sat, Oct 29: -SATURDAY SCHOOL, by invitation only, 8:00am-2:00pm- don’t be late & **Sat, 29: bring your own lunch

-Homecoming Dance (H/S only) in the cafeteria, 7:30-11:00pmAdmission: $12/student or $20/couple

Mark Your Calendars **NO SCHOOL: Nov. 4 **End of Daylight Savings Time: **SENIOR PORTRAITS:
Nov. 8

Nov. 6 Nov. 15


**Culinary Class Cafe: Fri, Oct. 21 - 10:45am - 1:30pm DONATION: $8.00 MENU: FalscherWildschweinbraten (Fresh Ham-Mock Boar Style, Cabbage & Bratwurst) Pilze mit Tomaten und Speck (Mushrooms w/ Tomato & Bacon) Warmer Kartoffelsalat mit Speck (Hot Potato Salad w/ Bacon) Kartoffelpuffer (Potato Pancakes w/ Mom’s Cream Sauce) Pumpernickel Bread or Whole Wheat Rolls DESSERTS: SchwarzwalderKkirrschtorte (Black Forest Cake) Honigkuchen (Honey Cake) **H/S Teachers- “Professional Ethics” Workshop/Training: Tues, Oct. 25, in the library, 2:15-3:45pm **M/S Teachers- “Professional Ethics” Workshop/Training: Thurs, Oct. 27, in the library, 2:15-3:45pm

Faculty Meetings: 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month @ 2:30pm School Leadership Meetings: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month @ 2:30pm. RTI Meetings: Mon, Tues, & Thurs (weekly)

FCS STAFF BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK Laura Baney (10/18), Monte “Blade” Joseph (10/20), & Charles Justice (10/20) Happy Birthday!
Please let me know if your birthday doesn’t get listed. One error has already been found. It is important that we have the correct date! - Ms. Browning

From the Transportation Department . . .
For future reference, when items are requested for school events, please do not send items (i.e. cases of water, drinks, etc.) with your child on the school bus. There is not a storage area for these items. Thanks for your cooperation!

A Note to Parents . . .
We want our students to recognize that every minute of instructional time is valuable and that we don't have time to waste. When we interrupt instructional time for minor reasons, it sends the message to the students that all of these little interruptions are more important than the lesson at hand. We are asking parents to work with us in this matter. If you need to get an item to your child, i.e. a lunch box or homework, please bring it to the front desk and we will have it delivered to your child during a break or class change. George Oehlert, Principal Franklin County School K-12

GED Classes are now available through the TIGERS program at the Carrabelle & Apalachicola libraries. The next GED Test will be given Nov. 7 & 8 at the Franklin County School library at 6:00pm. To register for the test contact Maxine Creamer @ 670-4481. The Franklin County Adult Education Courses do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, National origin, age, handicap, or marital status.

**The Federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act states that children & youth who lack a
fixed, regular, & adequate nighttime residence are considered homeless. If, due to a loss of housing, a child must live in a shelter, motel, vehicle, campground, on the street, in abandoned buildings, or doubled-up with relatives or friends, then he/she is eligible to receive services provided under the McKinney-Vento Act. For additional information contact Sandi Hengle, Homeless Liaison, at the Franklin County School District Office in Eastpoint, 670-2810 or cell number 323-0982.

**PARENTS: The Franklin County School 2011-12 Code of Conduct, Student Progression Plan, & the Local
Education Agency “Letter to the Parents” can all be viewed and/or printed from the school district website:

**PARENTS – register to receive automated emergency calls from the Franklin County Sheriff Dept. You will be notified of any emergency situations in Franklin County (for example; emergency

school closings, road closings). Go to , on the top right of home page- click on “Franklin County Florida Emergency Notification System” emblem & complete required information.