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FTCSC receives $100,000 School Safety Grant

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FTCSC once again applied for and received the maximum amount, $100,000, in a school safety grant from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. This money will be used to continue to improve our school safety plan at Franklin Central High School and increase the number of radios for our staff.

FC Flashes Receive National Recognition Program Award

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Congratulations to Cedric Robinson, Jonathan Lucero, Sophia Mata, and Valentina Revelo Duran! They were selected as College Board National Recognition Program awardees. The students earned this recognition because of their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10, and/or AP® Exams. They’ve accomplished these milestones during an immensely demanding period of … Continue reading “FC Flashes Receive National Recognition Program Award”

FC Girls and Boys Cross Country teams win the 2022 Marion County Championship

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The FC Girls XC team has won the Marion County Championship in previous years, and so has the FC Boys XC team, but last Saturday was the first time in school history that they both won the Marion County Championship in the same year! In addition, the FC Boys Freshman XC team also won the … Continue reading “FC Girls and Boys Cross Country teams win the 2022 Marion County Championship”

FTCSC saves millions in bond refunding

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Mr. McWhorter, FTCSC Chief Operating Officer/Treasurer, shares that the FTCSC Business Department refunded (refinanced) $12.4 million in callable bonds for a new lower rate without extending the term of the bonds. The initial prediction was a savings of $1.6 million, but instead, due to favorable bids, the savings will be $3,134,731,24 over the remaining life … Continue reading “FTCSC saves millions in bond refunding”

FC Flashes Junior named to Mayor’s Leadership Council

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Congratulations to Isaac Vivo, FCHS junior! Isaac was recently named to the Mayor’s Leadership Council, which is made up of a diverse group of teens in their junior or senior year of high school and represents all nine Indianapolis townships. The students recently attended an orientation session led by the Marion County Commission on Youth … Continue reading “FC Flashes Junior named to Mayor’s Leadership Council”

Welcome Back Message from FTCSC Superintendent Dr. Hibbard

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It’s hard to believe that the new school year begins on Monday, August 1. On behalf of the Franklin Township Community School Corporation School Board, administration, faculty, and support staff, we would like to welcome everyone back to school for the 2022-2023 school year! Our excellent FTCSC staff have worked hard this summer preparing for … Continue reading “Welcome Back Message from FTCSC Superintendent Dr. Hibbard”

A Message from Star Express Child Nutrition

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FREE AND REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS:Free and Reduced Priced Meal Applications are open! Please go to www.ezmealapp.com to apply. We encourage all households that feel they qualify to apply before the start of the school year to avoid any unpaid meal charges.   Star Express Child Nutrition Programs would like to thank all of the Franklin Township Community … Continue reading “A Message from Star Express Child Nutrition”

FTCSC Welcomes our new administrators

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At Monday night’s FTCSC School Board meeting, our FTCSC School Board approved the hiring of Patrick Guilfoy as the new South Creek Elementary School Principal, Hilary Huff as the new Bunker Hill Elementary School Principal, Brian Dunn as the new Franklin Central Junior High Assistant Principal, Jennifer Pryor as the new Kitley Intermediate School Assistant Principal! Please join us in welcoming and congratulating … Continue reading “FTCSC Welcomes our new administrators”