Monday’s Announcements


Congratulations to Alexa Frongillo who came in second place and Marta Vesprille who came in third place in an Art Poster Contest for DOVE INC. DOVE stands for Domestic Violence Ended and is a state program that assists victims and their families that are affected by Domestic Violence.
Their posters were selected from many posters that were submitted by high school students from across the state of Massachusetts……..CONGRATULATIONS Alexa and Marta!!

Robotics Club will meet today…all are welcome in room K-109

Due to bad weather Anime Club’s Plushie Picknick will take place in room G 140. Please go there right after school. Hope to see you there!

Anyone that ordered DVDs of this year’s Oskey show can pick up their DVD at the front desk. If you have not paid the five dollars yet you will need to do so before you can take the DVD home.

Prom Pictures are in and can be picked up in D211.

Mirage, Franklin High School’s literary magazine, is going on sale next week during all four lunches. Help support FHS’s creative writers by purchasing a copy of the magazine for 3 dollars. Each issue you~buy gets you a raffle ticket for a jar of candy!

If anyone would like a copy of this year’s Oskey performance, DVDs are currently on sale for 5 dollars. See Mr. Bailey in K-122 to place your order

A reminder to students taking MATH MCAS this Tuesday and Wednesday, May 17th and 18th: It is important that you are here on time both days as testing starts promptly at 7:35. Room assignments will be posted in English classrooms or you cam get them from your liaisons. If you have any questions, please see a guidance counselor.

Attention: all students: Please check the Lost & Found in the front office if you are missing anything from this year. We have eye glasses, jewelry and lots of clothing.

Gallery 218 presents YOUNG ARTISTS 2011
Exhibit of student work K – 12 will be open May 1st through June 8th
Opening Reception May 24th, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Everyone is welcome!

Attention Seniors: The Franklin Lions Club is offering a $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior who has been involved in community service at school, any branch of town government, with church groups, scouts or service to any other organization that help the citizens of Franklin.
Check in the guidance office for more information, an application and essay topic.
Applications will be accepted until May 6th.

Boston University is sponsoring a one week, hands on laboratory experience for any high school students currently in grades 10 – 12 in order to provide experience in biotechnology and lab skills. If interested, see Ms. Redding in F118 or in C house.
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There is information regarding summer programs being held at area colleges in the guidance office including applications for scholarships. Please feel free to stop by and check it out!

Help support the FHS Swim Team and buy a Panther throw or towel. Visit the DECA


June 4th