Good morning Franklin families,
I’m easing back into work mode after a week of break and I’m committed to getting myself outdoors for one last day of gardening and adventure. Full disclosure – the newsletter is written early every Sunday morning. No matter how hard I try to fit this into the work week, something more important or more immediate always steps in the way. I know everyone can relate to the challenge of work life balance, so let’s keep the newsletter short today and get everyone out the door for something more important or immediate, whether that’s time with your family, private meditation, or outdoor adventure!
The time between spring break and the end of the year is always the busiest part of the school year. This year is no different – just take a look at all the amazing events coming up! Beyond the competing events, students and teachers feel the pressure of ending the year well. Let’s move into this time with a shared commitment to holding space for one another. Intentional kindness is low effort, high reward. At the same time let’s revisit our commitments to ending the year with strong growth. We have 8 full weeks of learning left in this year! Parents and guardians can help us keep the learning going by reminding students about the purpose of school and maintaining good routines at home. When we all work together students achieve more than they believe they can.
Remember – our spring workshop series on race and equity begins THIS WEEK. Our first workshop is Wednesday night and is hosted via Zoom. Information about the workshops is included below. We would like to know how many people plan to attend. Please sign up here.
Join us Saturday, April 15, for our 1st Plant & Seed Swap & garden work day! Bring your extra plants and seeds and swap them with other FSI families and members of the local community, and help us rescue plants from gardens around our modular buildings so they can be relocated to new homes!
Plan ahead for our Open Mic event! On Monday, April 17, FSI music department is hosting an Open Mic at Doc Brown’s BBQ, 6 – 8 pm. This event is open to anyone, not just music students! Come out for a fun evening at one of FSI family-owned businesses!
This Week’s Reasons for Optimism
The week before spring break was filled with evidence that our students are achieving at high levels. Achievement isn’t just about getting good grades or high scores on tests. It’s about making a difference in the world, finding a cause, and taking action. On Tuesday, March 28, FSI students hosted their 2nd TEDX Youth event. Students ran this entire event, from securing a space, finding corporate sponsors, recruiting speakers – every last detail. About half the speakers were FSI students and they owned the stage that night (the adults were amazing and inspirational too!). Speaking about topics that mattered – from overcoming adversity of an injury, to dealing with depression and excelling as an introvert in an extroverted world (I hear you!), to living as a trans youth – they taught us about the powerful force of disruption. To everyone involved, congratulations! Your effort made a difference.
Then on Friday, high school students were invited to plan a vigil in recognition of Transgender Visibility Day. It was the most powerful student-organized vigil I have witnessed. Thirty-two students gathered in a group on the front field, surrounded by about half our high school students and many staff members. The 32 students each held a candle. One by one, they extinguished their candle and kneeled, symbolizing the 32 known murders of transgender people in the US last year. When the last student kneeled, the rest of us joined hands and came together in a circle around them. It was beautiful, powerful, and authentic. To all involved, thank you for your courage. You are making a difference.
If you spend too much time reading the news, hope is hard to find. But when you spend time with our youth, hope is abundant.
Mon, April 10, 5:00 pm: FSI New Student Lottery (via Zoom; link sent to all prospective families)
Tues, April 11
- 4:15 pm: MS Soccer vs ArtSpace @ Buncombe County Sports Park
- 6:00 pm: Monthly Meeting of FSI Board of Directors. Held in person in Big Ben in the music room.
Wed, April 12
- 4:30 pm: HS Ultimate Frisbee @ FernLeaf Charter School
- 6:30 pm: We Need to Talk! Community conversations about race & equity with Danae Aicher: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87070123154?pwd=N2UrRytBQ2RNcEhIckgwNXMxMjFKdz09 Passcode: 356127
Thurs, April 13
- 6:00 pm: HS Women’s Soccer @ Mt. Pisgah Academy
- 6:30 pm: Virtual Info Session for Prospective Families
Sat, April 15
- 10 am – noon: Plant & Seed Swap & Garden Work Day. Bring extra seeds and plants to swap with other FSI families. Come with garden tools (shovels, gloves, wheelbarrows) so we can rescue and relocate perennial plants in preparation for the removal of all our modular buildings.
- 7:30 – 11:00 pm: Junior/Senior Prom! Get your tickets https://franklinschoolofinnovation.networkforgood.com/events/52936-yee-haw-fsi-prom-2023
Sun, April 16, 9 am – 3 pm: FSI Mountain Bike Team @ Quaker Lake
Plan ahead: April 26
8th and 10th grade passages will be held on April 26. This will be a Virtual Learning Day for all other grades! Students in 8th and 10th grade will attend during their presentation slot.
Keep up with all our events on our Community Calendar!
Need to see the 2022-2023 School Calendar in one place? It’s on our website – click here
NEW! Approved 2023-2024 School Calendar
Parent Crew – Sign up to join!
What is Parent Crew? As our school grows and recovers from the pandemic disruptions, we want to make it easier and more rewarding for parents and guardians to get involved. Parent Crew is our answer to a PTO or PTA. We are looking for volunteers to help create the Parent Crew mission statement, decide on an organizing structure, and help us bring our parent and family engagement to the next level! Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeGVERGcJws1xYjrmCIyeTv2Kzqnxsc7NeuWfzd-rPBsKFD2A/viewform?usp=share_link. Contact Micah Usher (email@example.com) for more information!
FSI Racism & Equity Spring 2023 Workshop Series
Wed, April 12, 6:30 pm: We Need to Talk! Virtual workshop on racism & inequity:
Zoom Link to join https://fb.me/e/FWmGsx92
Danae Aicher will join us to facilitate a series of discussions and workshops. Danae is a well-known and respected racial equity professional here in western NC and is deeply committed to having these conversations and providing the space and the care for learning and growing together. She is the Founder and Principal of CultureValue, LLC, a DEI consulting firm that supports organizations throughout WNC and the country. At the heart of the CultureValue, LLC (CV) approach is dialogue, and a recognition that much of our polarization is tied to our collective failure to engage in dialogue.
April 19, 6 – 9 pm: Building Bridges Talk Back Workshop @ FSI
Building Bridges will facilitate this in-person workshop. We will watch a film together and then engage in a dialogue about racism. Building Bridges is a local organization that works to dismantle and disrupt racism, one conversation at a time. We are excited to bring them to FSI!
April 25, 6 – 9 pm: Building Bridges Talk Back Workshop @ Evergreen Community School
We are partnering with Evergreen to provide two opportunities for our communities. If you are unable to attend the Building Bridges workshop at FSI, you are invited to attend the workshop at Evergreen Community Charter School.
Mon, May 1, 6:30 pm: We Need to Talk! Community Listening Session on Racism & Inequity
Danae Aicher will join us in person to facilitate a Listening Session on racism and inequality within our community. The Listening Session will be held at FSI in our new building;specific room to be determined.
Special Incentive to Attend!
We are offering a fun incentive to encourage participation in our Racism & Inequality workshops. Students will earn one point for each family member who attends each workshop. If you have more than one student at FSI, we will count points for each student – no need to choose which student gets the point! The middle and high school Crew with the most points will be treated to a party with fun local food treats, including chef-selected cucumber canapes by Chef Rakim Gaines (of Capella 9) and Buggy Pops ice pops by Neomi Negron. Thank you to our parent/business partners for these great donations!
Celebrating the local BIPOC community is another great step in your personal anti-racist journey! Grindfest is a free, 3-day event (May 26 – 28) that celebrates the success of Black entrepreneurs + business owners in Asheville. A block-party-style event will take place at 8 Rivers Arts Place! This includes a weekend full of music, games, live performance, food, local vendors + learning, employment, and partnership opportunities. The goal of the festival is to highlight the progress made by people of color while also connecting folks in the community. A long weekend of fun and excitement.
- RSVP here: https://bit.ly/GrindFest2023
- Join the Black Wall Street community here: https://bit.ly/BWSAVLMembership
- Partner and support BIPOC Community: https://bit.ly/BWSAVLPartnership
Seed and Plant Swap April 15, 10 am – noon
It’s gardening season, which means we end up with extra plants and seeds we need to figure out what to do with, so let’s trade them with each other! We will be hosting our first ever plant and seed swap Saturday April 15th from 10am-12pm. Bring your extra plants and seeds and swap them with other FSI families and members of the local community. Our modulars will also be leaving soon, and we need help rescuing and moving plants from parts of our campus to others until they can be placed permanently. That means we will also have some extra plants that can be taken to help beautify your home! We will likely have extras of Iris, Penstemon, Hosta, Beauty Berry and a variety of other plants – we won’t really know until they are moved, and we found out how many we have! Bring tools and work gloves to move plants! Sign up here to attend: https://fb.me/e/MNe0tZHh
Open Mic Night April 17 @ Doc Brown’s BBQ
CALLING ALL MUSICIANS!!! FSI Music Dept will be hosting its first Open Mic Night Monday 4/17 at Doc Brown’s BBQ 6-8pm. Anyone from the FSI Community is welcome to perform at this event, it is not limited to only music students. Come enjoy some wonderful music and food with our FSI community!
As well as hosting us at the restaurant for this event, Doc Brown’s is generously donating 10% of the restaurant’s profits earned during those hours to the music department, so come out and show your support!!
Since this space is outdoors and uncovered, we will take weather into account but hopefully that won’t be an issue for us. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org We hope to see you there!
7th Annual Filthy Franklin Mud Run! Sunday, May 7
Get your old(est) running shoes out and prepare to get seriously muddy! The Filthy Franklin Mud Run happens Sunday, May 7th. Our course is guaranteed to steal at least a few shoes before the day is done! This uniquely Franklin event embraces what is special and maybe even odd about our campus by creating a muddy obstacle course race like nothing you will find anywhere else!
The races will be a timed trial start and there will be crazy obstacles and lots of mud!! Teen and adult races are approximately 2 miles, children 10 and under run just under a mile. Of course, the army crawl and mud trench will be part of this again, as well as other various challenging obstacles!
The Mud Run raises funds for Bolts Athletics. It helps fund equipment, uniforms and facilities. It is planned and created by Community Council members and student-athletes. OH YEAHHH!
Register by April 12th to receive a free t-shirt. After the deadline, T-shirts can be purchased the day of the event for $20. Limited quantities. We will have race day registration as well (just no t-shirt)
- Ticket & Registration link – The Franklin School of Innovation – 7th Annual Filthy Franklin Mud Run (networkforgood.com)
- Volunteer link – FSI Athletics and Community Council: Filthy Franklin Mud Run 2023 (signupgenius.com)
Thank you to our sponsors who help make the Mud Run possible!
Want to help sponsor the Mud Run? Sponsorship levels begin at $250. Email Ann-Marie Breen for more information – email@example.com
FREE STEM Summer Camp Opportunities! Apply Today!
This is too good to miss! Western North Carolina middle and high school students are now eligible for a free week of STEM summer camp provided by the N.C. School of Science and Math in Morganton. Sponsored by Dogwood Health Trust, the NCSSM Summer Accelerator course will be open to rising sixth through 12th graders.
NCSSM Summer Accelerator is a one-week residential program held July 23-28 on the NCSSM-Morganton campus. Middle School students will choose between two options, “Design, Build, Code” and “Forensics.” High school students can choose between “Acquiring Data with the Raspberry Pi” and “Pump it Up! An Exploration of Body Systems and the Role of Exercise.”
To fill out an online application, visit https://tinyurl.com/24sbar47. Space is limited and the application process will be competitive. For more information, contact Gina Barrier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-347-9132.
Passage Presentations, April 26 & April 27
On April 26, students in grades 8 and 10 will present their Passage Portfolios. Passages are an important part of our EL Education school model. These formal presentations are an opportunity and an expectation for students to reflect and demonstrate their readiness to move on to the next level of their education. Passages are so important that we disrupt our normal school schedule to make them possible. Students in all other grades will have a remote learning day on April 26 to allow the space and time for Passages to take place.
We are looking for volunteers to serve as Passage panelists! Each student presents their portfolio to an audience that includes their Crew leader, a school representative, and a community panelist. Panelists will provide feedback to students. As a panelist, you will have a rubric to guide you and you will be working collaboratively with other members of the panel. It’s an amazing birds-eye view into the achievements and growth of our students. We need many volunteers to support this undertaking! Please sign up here if you are interested and able to help: April 26 Passage Panelist Volunteer Sign Up
We are also seeking panelists for Senior Passages. Seniors will present Senior Passages on the evening of Thursday, April 27th from 6-8 PM. Seniors will present their culminating Passage Portfolios to a panel of faculty, staff, families, and community members. If you are interested in being a panelist for this event, please complete this Google form. We are looking for 30-40 volunteers. Please reach out to Alex Humphrey (email@example.com) with questions or concerns. Senior Passages is a graduation requirement for all seniors.
The Arts are Blooming at FSI!
March is Theatre in our Schools Month, and FSI theatre is celebrating! With the just-completed high school performance and the upcoming middle school musical, Honk Jr, taking place March 24 and 25, theatre is alive and thriving at FSI. But there is still more to celebrate this spring! Our Annual Spring Arts Showcase is coming up the week of April 18. Here’s the full schedule for that week:
Spring Arts Showcase
Visual Art on Display April 18th – 21st
Event: Thursday April 20th, 5pm – 7:30pm, FSI Community Room
- Artist Reception
- Modern Orchestra & Choir Performances
- Theatre Improv Performances
- Student led Artmaking Activities.
You can see examples of middle and high school artwork on display right now at the SECU Smokey Park Highway location. Stop by and check it out!
Save the Date: Prom is April 15
Prom takes place April 15th at Taylor Ranch in Fletcher. Taylor Ranch is a gorgeous venue situated on 500 acres, complete with horses and long-horn cattle. Ticket includes hor d’oeuvres (also a gourmet smores bar!) and access to a variety of outside games. DJ and dancing as well, of course. Tickets are $50. Prom committee would greatly appreciate tickets being purchased as early as possible, as that will give us a greater ability to add additional elements to the event, to make it a truly memorable experience for our students. Prom is for junior and senior students; sophomores and freshmen can only attend if invited as a date. Purchase tickets with the below link!
FSI School Store is Open!
Get your FSI & Bolts gear and represent your school in style!
Tees, hoodies, scarves and more – check it out! FSI School Apparel Store
FSI Food Pantry
The FSI food pantry will provide supplemental nutrition to families experiencing short or long term financial difficulty and food insecurity. Food bags containing non-perishable items will be distributed Friday afternoons. To request supplemental food assistance, please contact your child’s school counselor. Want to help out? Bring donations of food items to the main office – there’s a bin in the entryway!
High school: Mary Kinsey Hyche at firstname.lastname@example.org
Middle school: Jennifer Negron at email@example.com
You can also complete this google form: Food Pantry Form
Responses to the form are sent to the counselors and all information will be kept confidential.
If you would like to contribute to the food pantry, please contact Matt Speed, Nutrition Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID & Flu Updates
PCR testing is available free of charge weekly on Mondays. Testing for high school students is available from 11:30 – 1 pm in the collaboration space on the first floor of Big Ben. High school students can come on their own during lunch. Testing will then be available in Einstein, Parks, and Johnson for students in grades 5 – 8; nurses will let students know when they are available in each building. If you want your student to participate in testing – please remind them!
If you are new to Franklin or have not yet provided consent for testing, it’s not too late:
- Parental consent for students under age 18: Click here: https://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com/minor-consent
- Student consent – age 18 and up: Click here: https://testcenter.concentricbyginkgo.com/invite-by-code
- Our school access code is FRANKLINS1. You will need this to complete the consent form
- You only need to provide consent once
Middle School News Videos
7th Grade Theatre students are writing, filming, producing, and directing the news Monday and Friday each week. Click on the folder below to see the news each week!
Morning News Videos- 2022-2023–
Lots of competitions coming up this week! Get out and cheer for the Bolts!
FSI Mountain Bike Team has been traveling far & wide to compete this spring. Recently they competed in the Dark Mountain NICA race. Lucy Blalock competed in her first mountain bike race as the only female member of our team. Thank you to all the athletes, coaches, and parents for supporting her in her first competition!
Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual Filthy Franklin Mud Run: Sunday, May 7th
Races begin at 2:30pm. Registration is now open! Register Today
Habitat for Humanity Student Group
The Habitat for Humanity Student meets on Tuesdays during lunch in room #226.
Middle School Creative Writing
The club meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 3:30 – 4:30 pm, and 2nd and 4th Fridays each month from 3:30 – 4:30 in Ms. O’Dell’s room. Contact Ms. O’Dell for more information (email@example.com)
Math club is open for all our students – ALL GRADES – and it is a great opportunity for students to explore the beauty and application of Math outside their classrooms. Math is a subject full of creativity and opportunity that many students enjoy. Besides the academic benefits, math club is also a great way to meet new people and develop teamwork skills. Math club meets on Tuesdays right after school from 3:30-5:00 PM in the New Building room #224. .
Middle School Drama Club
What a fantastic show! Bravo to the cast and crew of Honk Jr! MS Drama Club Newsletter –Click Here! Check out the latest events in our weekly newsletter.
High School Drama Club
Congratulations on a fantastic production!
Use this QR code to stay clued in on FSI HS Theatre news with our monthly
FSI High School Theatre Newsletter!
Chess: Do you like to play Chess or do you want to learn?! Join FSI’s Chess Club and learn from our expert instructor, Mr. Bruce Roth. Chess Club meets every Tuesday from 4-5 p.m. The winter semester will begin January 10, 2023, and end April 25, 2023. Students will meet in the Community Room with Beyond the Bell from dismissal until the class begins! All grades and levels are welcome!! The fee is $50/per semester or $100/per year. All checks must be payable to Bruce Roth. For more information, contact Bruce Roth at 828 230 5139 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
BIPOC Student Union (BSU):The BSU offers a safe space for students to share their experiences and to identify ways our school can address specific and systemic racism. Community mentor Bruce Waller is returning to support our BSUs, joining faculty sponsor Keith Knox. BSU is open to all students who identify as People of Color. HS BSU meets Tuesdays and Fridays from noon – 1 pm.
Film Club! This club is returning from last year and meets alternating Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45 – 4:45. Email Michaela Mamone-Peeples for more information.
Girls who Code will meet every other Monday after school from 3:15 – 4:30 in Edison 19. Email email@example.com with any questions.
MS GSA (Gender & Sexuality Alliance)
MS GSA (gender and sexuality alliance): Middle School GSA meets every Friday 3:15-4:30pm. We welcome everyone and work to empower LGBTQ+ lives. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join.
HS GSA – contact MK Hyche, email@example.com, or Justina Powell, firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Studio Art Club
Mondays, Starting September 19, 2022
3:45 – 5:00, Big Ben, first floor Art Room #133
Hosted by Ms. Jen email@example.com
HS Studio Art Club is a place to gather with other creative teens who have a genuine interest in the visual arts. Folks will have a place to chill, work on art, listen to music, have tea, and to inspire and be inspired. The Studio is where friendship, collaboration, feedback, sharing, and support come together to make magic! You do not need to commit to showing up every week. However, advance registration is required to attend as you’re able to. Register here: https://forms.gle/czLbV186Ep7K31gb9
Science Olympiad Club
Do you geek out on all things science? Are you a competitive person who needs a medal hanging around your neck to prove your science prowess? This is a science competition against other schools in our area with a potential to move on to state and national levels. Science Olympiad will meet in Room 141 from 3:30-4:15 every Friday. Open to MS and HS students! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Middle School Robotics
Middle School Robotics team meets Thursdays, 3:15pm to 4:00 pm in the Middle School Tech room (Edison 19).
Who do I go to when….
Whether you are new or returning to Franklin, we know you will have questions, and we want to help you find the best person to answer them, quickly and efficiently. We hope this little guide will help you navigate!
I have a question about my child’s grade, an assignment, or something specific to one class: Start with your child – what do they know? Then, the classroom teacher
I’m worried about my child’s overall progress, or progress in multiple classes: Your child’s Crew advisor can help coordinate a team response or meeting
My child seems anxious, sad, or unhappy: Jennifer Negron is our middle school counselor, and Mary Kinsey Hyche is our high school counselor
I think my child is being bullied, or other behavior/discipline concerns: Tony Freeman, Middle School Principal or Peter Tromba High School Principal
My child will miss school: For short-term absences (illness, doctor’s appointments, etc), send an email to email@example.com, or bring a written note to the front office. Notes must be received within 48 hours of student’s return to school. Longer-term or frequent absences (5 days/quarter) require documentation from a medical care provider.
I’ve contacted a teacher, but the problem isn’t resolved: Your child’s Principal
I think my child may need special education services or accommodations: Paula Dowd, Director of Exceptional Services
My child requires medication during the school day, has a special health need, or has tested positive for COVID: Contact our school nurse, Jessica Perraud
I think we need some support for my child’s challenging behaviors: Jessica Potter-Bowers (JP) or Kara Lacey, Behavior Specialists
I have a question about enrollment, student records or I need a copy of my student’s report card or transcript: Erinn Otten, Director of Student Services
My student needs a chromebook, hotspot, or help with technology: Matt Mikulski, Technology Director
My child has an IEP, and I have questions about the services provided: Your child’s Exceptional Children teacher is your first contact:
- Grade 5: Brittany Davenport
- Grade 6: Tammy Leahy
- Grade 7: Meagan Barnhard
- Grade 8: Donnie Stahlke
- MS Resource Room: Meaghann Denkenberger
- Grade 9: Lindsey Wehrli
- Grade 10: Greg Wingard
- Grade 11: Paul Szumski
- Grade 12: Gretchen Kehrberg
- HS Occupational Course of Study: Kelsey Reid
I have questions about sports: Kim Burke, Athletic Director
I want to know more about after or before-school services: Martha Rutherford, Beyond the Bell Coordinator
I want to know more about your music program: Sandi Wilson, Director of Instrumental and Vocal Ensembles
I am interested in your theatre programs! Chris Martin, MS Theatre teacher/director and Julia Wharton, HS Theatre teacher/director
I have questions about your school bus or student parking: Deeana Bennett, Director of Operations
I am interested in carpooling/ride-sharing: Check out our carpool facebook group (you need to request to join):
I want to know more about college planning, including advanced courses like AP and Dual Enrollment, financial aid, or the college application process: JaneAnne Tager, College & Career Counselor
I have high level concerns or questions about the school, such as a problem that hasn’t been resolved through my principal, an immediate school safety concern, or more general questions about the school’s philosophy, approach, or plans for the future: Michelle Vruwink, Executive Director
Our Teaching Teams for 2022-2023!
Brandie Dallara, ELA & Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Ryan, Science & Social Studies: email@example.com
Chris Pauley, Math & Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley O’Dell, ELA: email@example.com
Charlie Keller, Math: firstname.lastname@example.org
Samuel “Latt” Berry Foster:, Science: email@example.com
Evan Baptista, Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jared Gallow, ELA: email@example.com
Zoe Wallce, Math: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Liu, Science: email@example.com
Grace Nyanga, Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle Wilson, ELA: email@example.com
AJ Jones, Math lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhneea Riddle, Math Specialist: email@example.com
Keith Knox, Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Makesha Gordon, Science: email@example.com
Lora Hawkins, English I: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Lubos, World History: email@example.com
Liz Baron: Math 1 & 2: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Bragdon, Earth Science/ AP Earth: email@example.com
Matt Reynolds, Civics: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justina Powell, English 2: email@example.com
Marcel Duhaime, Math 2: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Adams, Biology: email@example.com
Bryan Head, English III/AP Lang: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tess Barnes Dunn, American History, AP Research: email@example.com
Teshale Byan, Math 3 & AP Calculus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Smith, Chemistry, Forensics: email@example.com
Alex Humphrey, English IV & AP Lit:: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lexi Johnson, World History: email@example.com
Teshale Byan, AP Calculus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Joslin, NC Wildlife (Science) & EcoWarriors: email@example.com
Jessica Fine: Pre Calc, Math 4: firstname.lastname@example.org
MS PE: Anne Gillis: email@example.com
HS PE & Athletic Director: Kimberly Burke, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Art: Jennifer Lipsey Edwards: email@example.com
HS Art: Kati Robbins, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Tech & Computer Science: Adrienne Fortune, email@example.com
MS Counselor: Jennifer-Raé Negron, firstname.lastname@example.org
HS Theatre, Art of Argument: Julia Wharton, email@example.com
MS Theatre: Chris Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS/HS Music and Orchestra: Sandi Wilson, email@example.com,
French 1: Mackenzie Arnold: firstname.lastname@example.org
French2 & 3 and HS, PE: Chad Gerber, email@example.com
HS Spanish: Hanna Walden, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS & HS Spanish: Heather Kabat, email@example.com
Adventure Ed: Jessica Potter-Bowers, firstname.lastname@example.org