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Art Club


2019-2020 information/schedule coming soon!

When: October through May

Open To: All Students

Advisor: Jean Mohr,

Art Club is open to all students who enjoy art. You don't have to be a Picasso or Rembrandt! Here's your chance to do your own thing or work with friends in art. Try your hand at the potter's wheel. Paint wall murals and seasonal window designs, create sculptures for the courtyard and lots more. Individual crafts will also be offered. Art Club meets after school once a month.


When: Play produced in fall or early spring

Open To: All students are welcome to audition.

Drama is an opportunity for students to experience and learn basic techniques of performing and producing a play. Students must attend all rehearsals. Cast rehearses Monday-Thursday approximately three months prior to performance date



Tech crew registration deadline: FEBRUARY 18 2019

Audition Date: FEBRUARY 18 2019    3:15 – 5:30 p.m.

Performance: APRIL 26 7:00 p.m.



Proposed rehearsal and possible tech meeting schedule (subject to change – a final schedule will be available with the registration/audition form)

Feb 18 auditions 3:15 - 5:30

Feb 19 read through 3:15 - 5:00

Feb 25 & 26 rehearsal 3:15 - 4:30

March 4 & 5 rehearsal 3:15 - 4:30

March 11 & 12 rehearsal 3:15 - 4:30

March 18 & 19 rehearsal 3:15 - 4:30

Spring break

April 1 & 2 rehearsal 3:15 - 4:30

April 8 & 9 rehearsal 3:15 - 5:00

April 15 & 16 rehearsal 3:15 - 5:30

April 22 & 23 rehearsal 3:15 - 5:30

April 25 dress rehearsal 3:15 - 6:30

April 26 Performance at 7:00 pm

Questions? Please contact Erika Navin, FPMS Drama Club Director at




When: Tournament Season February-March with practice starting in November, with most meets on Saturdays.

Open To: All Students


More info can be found here!



When: September through May

Open To: All Students

Intramurals afford all boys and girls an opportunity to participate in after school athletics. Activities are scheduled based on space availability, student interest, equipment available, and advisor capabilities. Activities could include soccer, cross country, touch football, basketball, volleyball, ping pong, aerobics, softball, track, and archery.

Jazz Band


When: October through May

Open To: Students playing traditional "Big Band" Instruments

Advisor: Josh Werner,

Participants must be enrolled in Band, Orchestra or Choir. An audition is required. Jazz Band students study traditional Jazz literature from Dixieland, swing, to contemporary styles. Beginning improvisational techniques are learned. Rehearsals are held once a week before school.

Outdoor Club



When: October through June - Generally meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday after school until 4:30.

$10 fee for this club for supplies

Open To: All Students

This club is for students who are interested in the outdoors. Topics may include: fishing, hunting, taxidermy, camping, biking, nature studies, environmental education, natural resources and conservation, community service, and other outdoor activities. Meetings will entail a variety of activities including: hands-on projects, discussions and demonstrations, videos, handouts, guest speakers, and field trips. This club will meet approximately twice per month and both boys and girls are welcome to join.

Pop Singers

Schedule TBD Usually before school

When: September through June

Open To: Any Student

Pop Singers are a select group of 7th and 8th graders chosen by the Choir Director. Students must be in Band, Orchestra or Choir. Practices are held before school. Students must make a commitment to attend rehearsals and follow all rules as set by the director. Individual practice is required. The group performs several times a year.

Pop Strings

2018-2019 INFO

2018-2019 SCHEDULE

Meets Tuesday mornings 7:00 - 7:40 am in Rm. 512:

When: October through March

Open To: Any Student in Music

Student Council



Karisa Stiglitz:

Susan Mann:

When: September through June

Open To: All Students

Students eligible under the District Co-Curricular Programs Handbook guidelines. Student Council plans and carries out social events, spirit projects and a community project. Meetings are held to plan when needed to prepare for each event.


NOTE: Students who are interested, will have to "apply" to be on the Yearbook Staff, once school begins.

When: September through March

Open To: All Students

Our yearbook is a student production. Students take pictures, and learn how to layout and publish a school yearbook. Participation in Yearbook will not preclude participation in other activities. They meet approximately once a week after school.

Volition Franklin

Volition Franklin Youth is a youth action group that empowers healthy decision-making. We’re passionate about substance misuse prevention and being a positive peer influence. We carry out many of the coalition’s initiatives, and most of our work happens in schools and at community events, to reach other students.

Learn more here!

Any student participating in activities must have a co-curricular handbook acknowledgement form completed along with an emergency info form on file. These can be found in the co-curricular forms tab.