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For up to date pictures of events and activities happening around our school, please “like us on Facebook”!  There is so much going on here, and you don’t want to miss out!

Students and teachers gathered together at 7:30am today for See you at the Pole. Time was set aside for praise & worship, followed by  prayer for our nation and our school.  A beautiful way to start the day!

Please join us Wednesday morning at 7:30am, Door D.  We will pray together for our nation and our school.

Dear FRCS High School Parents,
Welcome to the 2017-18 school year. As the FRHS counselor, I would like to do a few things differently this year. I feel career and college exploration is important for grades 9-12. For this reason I am attempting to set up college visits during the lunch periods. This will allow all grade levels, as well as parents, to visit the displays and ask questions. As I set up the college visits, you can look for an email from Kristen Eichert as to dates and times of these visits. Our lunch is from11:30-11:55 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and from 11:10-11:35 on Thursdays. I am attempting to set up the visits on Tuesdays and Thursdays when I am here. However, there will be cases when this is not possible. If you would like to stop by and speak with a college representative, feel free to come to the secondary office and check in. They will direct you to the area across from the gym where the representatives will have their displays. For those of you who are able to join us, I look forward to meeting you. For those of you who are interested in attending a college fair with your student, see the email that was sent regarding Christian College Fairs that are scheduled in the area. Also, Schoolcraft Community College is hosting representatives from over 85 private and public colleges on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, from 6:00-8:00 PM at their Livonia campus.

College Visits scheduled at this time:
Wednesday, Sept 20, Southeastern University
Tuesday, Sept. 26, Albion College
Tuesday, Oct.24, Lawrence Tech

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Thank you!
Kathy Agrusa
Guidance Counselor

Franklin Road Christian School will be administering the NWEA Measures of Academic Progress®(MAP®) test two times during the school year, fall and spring. The fall administration of the test is as follows:
Elementary: September 6, 8,11, and 12
Middle School/ High School: September 13 and 14
We ask that you make sure your student gets a good night of sleep and eats a good breakfast to help insure they are able to do their best on the test.
These tests determine your student’s instructional level and measure academic growth throughout the school year in the areas of Reading, Language, Math, and Science (grades 3-8). The fall test allows the teachers to see the instructional level each student is at to help them more specifically meet individual needs and provide a place to measure academic growth when students take the spring tests. Your student’s RIT scores from the fall test will be available at Parent Teacher/Student Led Conferences, October 17 and 19.
MAP testing is a powerful tool for monitoring student growth over time. For more information on resources for parents, download the Parent Toolbox at https://www.nwea.org/parent-toolkit/.
Thank you for taking an active interest in your child’s education.

Welcome back to school!  The first day of school was on Monday, August 21.  Following dismissal at 11:30am students enjoyed a fun afternoon at the Back to School Palooza!  To see pictures from the event please visit the Franklin Road Christian School Facebook Page.  There are so many exciting things happening on our campus!
FRCS is a family and we want our family to be aware of all that we have going on here!
Facebook is a great place to give you a snapshot of what events and activities happen throughout the year.
If you are on Social Media, I encourage each of you to follow Franklin Road Christian School and “like us on Facebook”.  

Calling all motivated, ambitious teens who would like to get a glimpse at a future career path. OU’s Summer Career Camps are a unique pre-college experience for motivated teens.  They’ll get a glimpse of potential college majors and future careers in:

  • Health care
  • Engineering and computer science
  • Criminal Justice
  • Business
  • Graphic Design And more!

Campers participate in hands-on skill-building activities and team exercises, action-packed field trips and dynamic discussions with  industry professionals and OU faculty, staff and alumni.  They’ll learn projected employment by field, required abilities for each profession and hear what they can do while they’re still in high school to prepare for their future.

For more information visit Oakland.edu/career camps.  I also visited your child’s class and handed out brochures about this amazing opportunity.  Feel free to contact me, with any questions you may have.

 

The elementary read for a grand total of 90,865 minutes!  Mrs. McCready’s third grade class was the top class with an average of 893 minutes read per student– total 20,542 minutes! Mrs. Yost’s fourth grade class was in 2nd place. Mrs. Budimir’s fourth/fifith grade class was in 3rd place. All students that met their 100 minute per week reading goal were awarded with a free Roller Skating coupon from BonaVenture Family Skating Center. Read It Again Books in Novi donated gift certificates  that were raffled off to students that participated in reading month. The Bee’s Knee’s pottery in Northville donated a gift certificate and a painted piece of pottery that was raffled off as well.

We are grateful for the generous donations from these local businesses! 

Juli Haverlock
Elementary Reading Teacher

 

The eighth grade class participated in the 48th annual America & Me Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.  There were thousands of eighth grade students from over 400 hundred Michigan schools who participated.  Winners are chosen from each school. The essays written by Ariela Boboc, Emilia Dawe, Amy Dubuc, Hunter Dubuc, Jamie Eichert, Favor Okechukwu, Miah Scarchilli, Madison Starzacher, and Emma Webster were sent in, and the top three essays chosen were (drum roll please):  Favor Okechukwu in third place, Jamie Eichert in second place, and Madison Starzacher in first place!  Madison’s essay will now be entered into the state-wide contest.  The top ten state winners will receive a fun-filled day in Lansing, a medallion, and a cash reward of $1,000.  We are rooting for you, Madison!

Ellyse and Grace Petitpren, 6th Grade

 

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Franklin Road Christian School

40800 West 13 Mile Road
Novi, MI 48377

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Franklin Road Christian School in Novi, Michigan is a preK-12, coeducational, college preparatory day school with a non-denominational Christian philosophy. FRCS is affiliated with Brightmoor Christian Church, and was founded in 1986.
40800 West 13 Mile Road
Novi
Michigan
48377
United States

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