To promote student and staff safety, a Safe School Hotline has been established at (765) 659-6216 where school safety tips or information may be left anonymously.
Please free free to call this number with a safety tip or information or contact the Education and Administration Center for further information.
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June 4 Currently last day for students unless additional school days canceled
June 5 and 6 Additional potential make up days
FHS Graduation Saturday, June 7,2014 @10:00 a.m. Case Area
Dear Parents and Guardians,
In accordance with Indiana’s approved Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Wavier, each school and school district must demonstrate adequate annual progress within three areas: Annual State Assessment Proficiency (ISTEP+ and ECA) Goals, Annual College and Career Readiness (CCR) Rate Goals, and Annual Graduation Rate Goals. Title I schools that do not meet expectations for particular subgroups within the three areas will be identified as Focus-Targeted schools. Focus-Targeted schools have earned an A, B, or C, but have not met state set Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) proficiency goals for 2011-2012 in the traditional ESEA subgroups (i.e., Ethnicity, Special Education, Limited English Proficiency, and Free/Reduced Lunch).
Please be advised that Frankfort Middle School has been identified as a Focus-Targeted school. Our school did not make AMO proficiency goals for the following subgroups: all students, Hispanic, White, Students with Disabilities, Limited English Proficient and Free/Reduced Meals.
During 2012-2013, what did my school do to address student needs?
During 2012-2013 the Frankfort Middle School staff developed a School Improvement Plan which outlined strategies to meet the needs of all students. They included focusing on increased parental involvement via a parent involvement committee, student goal setting based on academic standards, attendance monitoring, targeted math groups, mentoring, and timely NWEA testing to monitor growth throughout the year.
WHAT CAN PARENTS DO?
- Be sure that your child attends school every day.
- Parents can volunteer in their child’s class; attend parent meetings and family nights.
- Parents are needed to review our Title I parent policy and compacts, as well as our school improvement plan.
The Community Schools of Frankfort and The Indiana Department of Education are dedicated to supporting schools and providing technical assistance. If you have any questions or would like more information about school choice, free tutoring, or how you can help us improve, please call Mike Kelley, Principal at (765) 659-3321.
Click on the image below to download the free "PowerSchool for Parents" app from iTunes. **Please note that the app will display last year's information until the first day of school. As of Thursday, August 15th, the app will reflect your child's current schedule for the 2013-2014 school year.
Click on the image below to download the free "PowerSchool for Students" app from iTunes. **Please note that the app will display last year's information until the first day of school. As of Thursday, August 15th, the app will reflect your current schedule for the 2013-2014 school year.
If you would prefer not to download the free app, you can still access "PowerSchool for Parents" on your mobile devices via your web browser (Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc) by clicking on the image below.