Franklin High School

5405 SE Woodward St
Portland, OR 97206
Ph 503-916-5140

FHS Bulletin

June 7, 2019

See older bulletins in the Archive

Schedule Next Week

Monday-June 10- Finals p. 1,2,4-tutorial

Tuesday-June 11- Finals p. 5,6,8-tutorial

Wednesday-June 12- Finals 3,7-tutorial LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

 

Calendar (find a more comprehensive calendar on our website)

·       June 12: Last Day of School

·       August 13: 2019/20 Registration

·       August 14: 2019/20 Registration

·       August 15: 2019/20 Registration

·       August 28: First day of school 2019/20

 

Newsletter Highlights

Principal’s Notes

·       [NEW] General information from Principal Frazier

School News

·       [NEW] Adirondack chairs for sale

·       [NEW] Choral and Instrumental Music Camp

·       [NEW] FHS Leap into 9th Grade Summer Program Camp

PTSA/Volunteer News

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Library

·       HELP US GET MATERIALS RETURNED!

·       Volunteers needed for textbook check-in

·       Multnomah County Library Summer Reading

·       Free audio books

Club News

·       FHS Dragon Boat Team competes during Rose Festival

Athletics

·      Welcome new Cheerleading Coach Megan Humphreys

·      Franklin High School Multnomah Athletic Club Scholar Athlete for 2018-2019

·      OSAA State Track Meet Results

·      P.I.L. ALL CITY BASEBALL

·      P.I.L. ALL CITY Softball

·       District Track Results

 

Principal’s Notes

 

Today marks the last Friday of the school year.  Hard to believe that this school year is coming to an end.  It has been a wonderful journey watching our students grow and evolve throughout the year.

We will be on our Final Days Schedule next week, with Wednesday June 12th being the last official day for students.   Students are encouraged to take advantage of the Tutorial Periods each day, in an effort to make that final academic push.  Also we recommend that students and parents reach out to counselors and support staff about summer programs offered top our students.

 

 

 

 

 

Highlights this week:

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, June 4th was a wonderful occasion as we celebrated the Class of 2019 and the 134th Commencement of Franklin HS.  The Class of 2019 will fondly be remembered as the leave a rich legacy.  So proud of our students! Thanks to all our Choir, Band, and Woodwind Quintet for an outstanding job.

 

Thanks to our staff, parents, and volunteers, who worked behind the scenes collecting tickets, issued programs, and assisted with set up.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·      Franklin Historical Society

Congratulations to Mr. Garcia and the FHS Advanced Placement US History classes for hosting the 2019 Franklin Historical Society. This year’s museum topics included:

                 50 Years of Rip City: The History of the Portland Trail Blazers

A League of Her Own: A History of Women’s Softball

After Nam: The History of the Vietnamese Community in Portland

Ashes, Dust and Formaldehyde: A History of American Undertaking

Boogeymen on the Silver Screen: The History of Horror Cinema

Chaotic Good?: The Controversial History of Dungeons and Dragons

Grappling with Change: A History of Women’s Wrestling

The X Factor: Examining the Historic Mutations in X-Men Comics

 

 

 

This week’s STRONG Winners

Amal Harun: Grade 9

Recognized by: Ms. Bottman

 

Amal will receive credit at the Quaker Nation Student Store!

 

Franklin STRONG,

 

Chris Frazier

Principal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School News

Adirondack chairs for sale: As part of a final project, the intermediate woods class is building VERY sturdily built Adirondack chairs. Capable of holding 3 football players, they are made from a combination of Juniper and Cedar, both of which weather nicely in the elements. There are some “natural features” such as live edge, bark and knots but these will not in any way compromise the structural integrity of the chair. Selling price is $95.00. The floor model will be on display in front of the woodshop door facing west on Taggart Street. Want one? Email woods instructor Mr. Silvernail at dsilvernail@pps.net.

 

 

 

 

Choral and Instrumental Music Camp: The Franklin High School Music Department is proud to announce our 1st annual 3-day Franklin SOUND Choral and Instrumental Music Camp!  The camp is open to all 6th, 7th, 8th graders in the Franklin area and incoming freshman to Franklin.  The camp opens on Monday, August 19th and will run through Wednesday August 21st with a closing performance and lunch reception.  The camp will take place in the Franklin Performing Arts building from 9am-1pm each day.

When:  August 19-21, 2019. Camp Registration Fee: $25  

Choir Camp:  https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/ChoirSupport/S3zgeb

Band Camp:  https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/Band-Support/IdB37

 

FHS Leap into 9th Grade Summer Program Camp: FHS is offering an “Agile Minds” summer program designed for student leaders who will be 9th graders next year. Please read the following information and get ready to build your own high school success story!

 

·       Program Dates:  June 24th - July 19th

·       Program Time:  9:00 am - 12:30 pm (Monday through Friday)

·       Program Location:  Franklin High School (5405 SE Woodward St, Portland, OR)

·       Free Breakfast:  8:30 am - 9:00 am                

·       Free Lunch:  12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

 

What is "Agile Minds" and what are the program benefits?

Register online: Register Here

 

PTSA/Volunteer News

 

Library

HELP US GET MATERIALS RETURNED! With 1900+ students next year we need materials returned at the end of THIS year so they are available at the start of next year. PLEASE help your students find and return all materials to the library so we can clear their record. A clear record in June means a fast pass at registration and a lot less paper for you and us.

 

Parent Volunteers Still Needed 5/22-6/12 for Textbook Check In: Feel free to sign up for more than one shift. To sign up click HERE.

 

Multnomah County Summer Reading:  Students can sign up/track reading online HERE starting June 14, or pick up a game card from MCL or Franklin Library.  Students can play to earn prizes at MCL and then show us proof of playing when we return for 2019-20 school year and get a treat from us and be entered to win a prize.

 

Free Audio Books Sync Audiobooks  For teens 13+ Can download two complete audiobooks per week. New offerings every Thursday (as of 4 am Pacific) each week through mid-August. Students (or their parents) can sign up for weekly alert about new titles or check site weekly for new downloads. For more info go to https://www.audiobooksync.com/what-is-sync/

 

Club News

FHS Dragon Boat Team paddles at Rose Festival: The FHS dragon boat team will paddle in the annual Rose Festival Dragon Boat races June 8-9. Come down and cheer them on!

 

Athletics

Welcome new Cheerleading Coach Megan Humphreys: Megan was part of the coaching staff in 2018-2019 and takes over as the new coach. Megan is also part of the FHS ELA Department and will be taking over the leadership class in the fall. We are very excited to announce and welcome Megan Humphreys to the Franklin Coaching Staff.

Franklin High School Multnomah Athletic Club Scholar Athlete for 2018-2019: Congratulations to Autumn Ost (pictured front middle). Autumn is a 4.0 Honors Student and plays soccer, cross country and runs track. She was honored at a banquet at the MAC on Sunday June 2, before the Portland Thorn Game!

OSAA State Track Meet Results

Day 1

Girl’s 3000 Meter Run: Delaney Griffin 5th 9:59:17

Boy’s 3000 Meter Run: Charlie Robertson State Champion 8:32:08

Day 2

Girl’s 1500 Meter Run: Delaney Griffin 7th 4:36:78

Boy’s 1500 Meter Run: Charlie Robertson 3rd 3:58:78, Aidan Palmer 4th 3:59:06

Girl’s 800 Meter Run: Kaiya Robertson 5th 2:15:19

Girl’s 4 X 400 Meter Relay 10th 4:04:13: Zola Redman-Racklin, Kaiya Robertson, Autumn Ost, Delaney Griffin

P.I.L. ALL CITY BASEBALL - 2019

SECOND TEAM: Graham Porter Franklin Catcher 10, Sam Brinda Franklin Infield 12

HONORABLE MENTION: Dash Pederson Franklin Pitcher 12, Max Power Franklin Pitcher 11

SOFTBALL - ALL LEAGUE TEAMS – 2019

FIRST TEAM: Edith Ailee Pederson Franklin Pitcher 10th, Maggie Brauckmiller Franklin Catcher 12th, Christina Barrett Franklin Outfield 12th

P.I.L. SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Maggie Brauckmiller – Franklin

P.I.L PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Edith Ailee Pederson – Franklin

HONORABLE MENTION: Claire Weaver Franklin Infield 9 th, Sidney Nguyen Franklin Outfield 11th, Gabriella Gray Franklin Utility 9 th

District Track Results

District Top 8 Placers

Men

100

Kimarion Talton 3rd

200

Kimarion Talton 3rd

800

Charlie North 7th

1500

Charlie Robertson 1st

1500

Aidan Palmer 2nd

1500

Solomon Duke 6th

3000

Charlie Robertson 1st

3000

Aidan Palmer 3rd

3000

Solomon Duke 5th

110 Hurdles

Anthony Cortese 5th

300 Hurdles

Anthony Cortese 7th

4x100 Relay 7th

Hernando Magallanes

Ehk' Nyaw

Sebastian Snover-Pattie

Kimarion Talton

4X400 Relay 5th

Jason Ta

Kimarion Talton

Charlie Robertson

Aidan Palmer

Discus

Gavin Bowers 8th

Javelin

Brody Sparks 6th

High Jump

Anthony Cortese 6th

High Jump

James Demmings 8th

Long Jump

Anthony Cortese 5th

Women

400

Zola Redman Racklin 4th

800

Kaiya Robertson 1st

1500

Delaney Griffin 2nd

1500

Autumn Ost 7th

3000

Delaney Griffin 2nd

3000

Autumn Ost 5th

4x100 Relay 7th

Shaydee Gunnell

Darcy Guillen

DeReanna Holmes

Sophia Dodd

4X400 1st

Zola Redman Racklin

Kaiya Robertson

Autumn Ost

Delaney Griffin

Shot Put

Eva Tipton 6th

Javelin

Shaydee Gunnell 4th

High Jump

Katrine Wenzel 5th

High Jump

Logan Kary 5th

Long Jump

Josie Dawson 4th

Triple Jump

Josie Dawson 7th