FHS Cross Country runner in Nationals
Allie, a sophomore at Franklin High School, qualifed for the Foot Locker Cross Country Nationals in San Diego on December 10th and placed 15th in the nation and qualifed as an All American.
Congratulations Allie & Coach Schindel!
FHS Student wins film award
Please congratulate Alexis Daubner. Her screenplay, Spare Change, was made into a short film June of 2010 after she won Milwaukee Film Collaborative Cinema screenwriting contest. The film recently won the Audience Choice Award from the Central Wisconsin Film Festival. It's only the second time a Collaborative Cinema film has won an audience award. Congratulations Alexis.
If you'd like an opportunity like Alexis, the Milwaukee Film Collaborative Cinema teen screenwriting program has begun accepting ideas. Students get mentor support in crafting the perfect screenplay. If yours is chosen it will be made into a short film. For information see Ms. DeClark or online at Milwaukee-Film.org.
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FHS Sophomore Allie Fons qualifies for Nationals
Congratulations to Sophomore Allie Fons who qualified for the Footlocker National Race in a close sprint to the finish in the Midwest Regional on Saturday while running a personal best 5k time of 17:44! Only 1 other Wisconsinite has qualified as a sophomore - Olympian, Suzy Favor Hamilton in 1983. The top 10 athletes from 4 national regional races will compete at the National Race in San Diego on December 10th. Allie is one of two girls from Wisconsin to represent the Midwest this year. The Midwest team won last year. Allie will be one of 14 Wisconsin girls ever to qualify for Nationals since 1979. The race on December 10th will be webcasted live on
Financing College in your future?
We would like to mention an upcoming free webinar hosted by the National Association for College Admission Counseling on December 7. If you or your students would like to learn the basics about the FAFSA, you may register for the webinar at this site:
For additional questions, call FHS Student Services (414-423-4640, ext. 2020)
FHS @ Creative Writing Festival
Congratulations to the participants in the U.W. Whitewater Creative Writing Festival! Over 700 students from Wisconsin and Illinois competed in 11 different genres of writing. Nineteen Franklin students submitted high quality pieces of original writing that were judged by professors and other writing professionals. Of the 11 competitive genres, Franklin students came home with an amazing 3 first places. That is a phenomenal accomplishment. In the genre of Drama or Screenplay, Tony Kupcho took home first place with his entry – Night Job. Joe Shelleh beat out the competition in the genre of Multimedia with his film – Drive Thru. And Kaitlyn Dornacher rose to the top of the Science Fiction/ Fantasy genre with her work – Our House. These three winning authors as well as the other 16 authors from Franklin who participated in this rigorous competition are all worthy of the highest praise.
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FHS Diver qualifies for State
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