Good morning Franklin families,
Since January I have been working to more openly share with our whole community the challenges and the opportunities facing students and educators at this time. Worldwide, we have experienced the trauma of a pandemic unlike anything most of us can remember. We’ve all been changed. Within the context of schools, including our school, this shared trauma has resulted in higher levels of anxiety, more depression, disengagement from learning, and a generalized feeling of exhaustion. I am an eternal optimist and someone who believes deeply in the promise and the genius of all students. I also believe that hope and optimism are essential right now and that a large part of my job is highlighting reasons for optimism. My job is also to be honest about the state of education in our country, our state, and our school. It’s hard to find the right balance.
A recent report released by North Carolina Department of Instruction shows the following changes between last year and the last pre-pandemic school year (2018-2019):
- Student possession of controlled substances increased 14%
- Student possession of weapons (excluding guns and explosives) increased by 60%, while possession of guns and explosives increased by 30%
- Assaults on school personnel was the 3rd highest of all reported crimes.
- Reported acts of crime and violence in high schools increased by 23.5%
Within our school, we are facing some of these challenges. Fortunately, we have not seen an increase in possession of weapons or acts of violence. While a physical assault on school personnel would be shocking in our school, verbal assault happens. Pre-COVID, I can remember perhaps two times when a student cursed at me. These were highly unusual events. Post-COVID, this can happen any day and often in response to the most benign request. It’s just become part of the experience. We have seen an increase in student possession of controlled substances. This doesn’t mean that our school or our students are broken. It does mean that we are all responding to the impact of shared trauma and disruption, and that our community is experiencing this along with everyone else. Add to the mix that schools are at the forefront in national battles about racism, gender, and basic civil and human rights – it’s easy to understand why educators are exhausted.
We aren’t sitting around watching this happen. We’ve increased prevention efforts like more drug prevention education and student skill-development groups. We added a Behavior Specialist position last year and we’re adding a Dean of Students for the coming year. We’ve been fortunate so far that we have been able to fill all our teaching positions so our teachers are not dealing with larger class sizes or reduced support from special educators, counselors, or our school nurse.
We are also stepping up disciplinary response. While we understand that students who are experimenting with drugs and alcohol need help, we cannot allow these behaviors in school. Students who are caught in possession or under the influence face the following minimum consequences:
- First offense: Two days out of school suspension; possession of controlled substance reported to law enforcement in accordance with State regulations
- Second offense: Five days out of school suspension, report to law enforcement, and referral to counseling or mentoring
- Third offense: Consideration/recommendation for long-term suspension (over 10 days)
Cursing at someone will also result in a minimum one-day out of school suspension. Our teachers and staff deserve a safe place to work, and verbal assault cannot be tolerated.
We have no tolerance for hate speech, racism, or bias based sex, gender, or disability. Hate has no place in our community. Under our school policies racial or bias slurs, hate speech and harassment are Level 3 violations that will result in out-of-school suspension. Teachers and school staff are required to report incidents to school administrators. Students and staff can report incidents through the online Racism & Bias Reporting Form or directly to a principal, school director, or other trusted adult.
How can parents and guardians help? I have heard this question often this year and I deeply appreciate the continued support we receive from our community. Here are things you can do that have a positive impact:
- Talk with your kids! Talk about what it looks and sounds like to have positive and respectful relationships. Make sure they understand our discipline policies.
- Model positive behaviors. As a parent, I understand the feeling that our teens don’t listen to us. But as an educator, I promise you that they are watching. When parents model positive behaviors and respect for teachers, kids pay attention.
- Engage with our school. When parents are actively involved and supportive of their schools, students notice. Attend school events and activities. Come to your student’s conferences. Check in with your student about their growth, both academically and behaviorally. Your involvement makes a difference!
Join us for this important learning opportunity! This Tuesday, March 7th at 6 pm, Kriya Lendzion, LCMHC, LCAS, CPS, will provide a virtual education workshop addressing the following topics:
- Adolescent brains – their addictiveness and higher impact from substances
- Basic Principles of SA Prevention via my “Addiction-Proofing” model (mentioning supervision & monitoring, modeling, social hosting, discipline)
- Most important facts re: caffeine, nicotine, cannabis and vaping, plus fentanyl/Rx pill risk
- Signs of a Problem
- Talking Tips
- Response Tips
Register HERE right now in order to attend! All of us need this workshop right now. Let’s break school records for attendance and tune in Tuesday.
Mark your calendars for another essential community event. On Tuesday, March 28, at 6:30 pm, Danae Aicher will host a virtual Anti-Racism 101 workshop for the whole FSI community. This is the 1st of several workshops we will host with Danae and other experts. Danae is an experienced Equity and Inclusion consultant and facilitator with a gift for creating brave spaces for people to address difficult topics around race within their organizations. A former mass communications professional with a degree in History and more than 20 years of experience in news, politics and public relations, she utilizes all of her experience to help teams understand how racist systems and policies replicate and perpetuate themselves in an ongoing cycle unless they are intentionally interrupted. We are so excited to have her guidance in this work!
This Week’s Reason for Optimism
FSI students attended last weekend’s Model UN in Chapel Hill and it was a huge success! In the words of Model UN mentor Matt Reynolds, “this yearly event is always a reminder to me that experiential education is truly transformative. The students always start the first day stressed out and stretched in ways that they haven’t been stretched before. However, by day two they are making a new plan and meeting the challenge. By the last day they have surprised themselves with how much grit they have when forced to meet higher expectations. Additionally, they realize how intoxicating it can be to push yourself amongst a huge group of your equals and perform well. Everyone worked hard and had a great showing all in all. I am proud of each one of them.”
The “Outstanding students” at the conference were Amelia Kabat, Kylee Roark, and Ellice Ursin, and Rowan Bettencourt. Connor Lamb, Kamrin Fergusen, and Brody Sandifer Williams won one of the highest awards in their respective committees, “Verbal Commendation”. All the Model UN students honored FSI with their hard work and professional behaviors while on this field trip.
A huge thank you to Matt Reynolds for his continued commitment to Model UN, and to Sandi Wilson for her wonderful help as a chaperone. These beloved FSI teachers gave up their weekends (and much sleep!) to support this opportunity for students. Send them a thank you – they deserve it! email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tues, Mar 7
- 6:00 pm: Parent Education Workshop “Preventing & Responding to Substance Use”. Register HERE to attend!
- 6:30 pm: Virtual Info Session for Prospective Families. Share this link to attend
- 11th grade ACT Exam – see information from grade level teachers. Exam is administered during school
Wed, Mar 8, 1:15 – 2:45 pm: Final MS Soccer Try-Out on front field
Fri, Mar 10 and Sat, Mar 11, 7:00 pm: HS Theatre presents ‘‘Save Hamlet!’ by Mark Harvey Levine in the theatre in the Asheville Masonic Temple (80 Broadway St) General admission tickets are $10 and can now be purchased online.
Wed, Mar 15: Last day of Quarter 3 – regular Wednesday schedule
Thus, Mar 16: Teacher Work Day – no school for students
Fri, Mar 17: No School! We won’t need this weather makeup day – enjoy!
Plan ahead: March 29 and April 26
Student Led Conferences for grades 5, 6, 9, and 11 will be held on March 29. Students will attend school only for their assigned time slot. Students in grades 8 and 10 will have a Virtual Learning Day
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
We are Hiring!
We are hiring! We are beginning to recruit for the 2023-2024 school year. To support our continued growth, we are adding a Dean of Students position. We anticipate a few openings for teachers. If you know an extraordinary teacher or candidate for our new Dean position, please send us their contact information and we will reach out. Email email@example.com. Thank you!
Feed our Staff
Wednesday, March 22, we are hosting lunch for all staff as a way to lift spirits and say thank you. Help us buy lunch for all FSI employees! FSI Staff Lunch
From our Nurse
In the coming weeks and months, we can expect longer days, more blooms, and warmer sunshine. Especially while the weather is still in transition, please make sure your student is dressing in layers. The mornings are still chilly, but by the afternoon, I’m seeing students overheating in their sweatshirts and long-sleeves. Also, please make sure your student is coming to school with a full water bottle and is drinking and refilling it! Staying hydrated is that much more important on warm, sunny days.
Lastly, if your student has a severe allergy to any stinging insect, please make sure I have that information. Whether they need an emergency kit stored with me, or they are equipped to self-carry an epipen, having the proper forms and information keeps your student safe. Let’s make sure our students are well-prepared for a wonderful spring!
Wed, March 15, 1:30 – 3:30 pm: ASVAB Career Inventory
We will be offering the ASVAB Career Inventory for interested students on Wednesday afternoon, March 15th. The test will begin at 1:30 and parents can pick up students around 3:30. What is the ASVAB? A 3-part online aptitude and interest inventory that helps students figure out their strengths and interests for jobs and careers. While it was developed to predict success in the military, it is a useful tool for all students to explore career paths. To learn more or register, email College & Career Counselor JaneAnne Tager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thurs, Mar 23, 6 – 7 pm: CFNC Financial Aid advice for college
Presenter: Devon McCarthy-James, regional representative for CFNC(College Foundation for North Carolina)
FSI campus, Community Room
Tues, Mar 28, 6 – 7 pm: FSI Dual Enrollment Information Session for Parents and Students
Presenter: Vicki Thompson, our AB Tech liaison
This meeting will be virtual.
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SLCs & Passages: Be a Panelist
Spring Student Led Conferences will be held Wed, March 29. Students attend school only for their scheduled SLC. 8th and 10th grade students will have a virtual learning day. 8th & 10th grade passages: April 26 – 8th and 10th grade Passages. April 26 will be a virtual learning day for other grades. We are looking for community members to serve as panelists – watch for a sign-up form soon!
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.
Re-Enrollment & Recruitment
Re-enrollment for all FSI students began Feb 1. Erinn Otten, Director of Student Services, coordinates our re-enrollment process. If you have a student enrolled in FSI this year and you plan to return next year – you must complete re-enrollment.
A quick reminder about re-enrollment and applications:
- Returning students: Complete Re-Enrollment Forms – coming February 1. Students are guaranteed a slot for next year.
- Siblings not yet at FSI: Submit an application for enrollment. Siblings receive priority for enrollment – so be sure to check the box to let us know!
- Friends, Neighbors, Acquaintances: Spread the word! Word of mouth has always been our most effective form of marketing. Many families are looking for the best fit school for their children. If your student is thriving and growing at FSI – help people find their way to us! Open Enrollment ends March 31. It’s easy to apply – just click the link on our website: https://www.franklinschoolofinnovation.org/
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–
Congratulations to the staff for defeating the students 47-40 in the staff vs students game. It was an exciting game and we even welcomed back some alumni basketball players to join in the fun! Thanks to our basketball seniors for their dedication to the program: Elijah Bettencourt, Conor Cloud, Qua Collins, Rowan McMullan, Elliot Shelley and Winter Wood.
Final Middle School Soccer try-out will be held on Wednesday, March 8th from 1:15-2:45 pm on the front field. The team will be selected following this try-out. Games will begin the week of March 20th. Please reach out to the coaches with any questions.
Kyle Wilson: email@example.com
Anne Gillis: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Honk Jr., the Musical Coming Soon- Save the date!
The Franklin School of Innovation
Middle School Drama Club Presents…
Directed by Chris Martin and Music Directed by Sandi Wilson
Choreographed by HS student, Lakai Munleon
Featuring 5th thru 8th graders!
Friday, March 24th at 6pm and Saturday, March 25th at 2pm
Tickets at the Door- $10 for adults, $5.00 for students, Free- ages 3 and under
Performances in The Franklin School of Innovation Community Room
Honk! JR. is a heartwarming celebration of being different that is sure to delight audiences of all ages with its sparkling wit, unique charm and memorable score. Ugly looks quite a bit different from his darling duckling brothers and sisters. The other animals on the farm are quick to notice and point this out, despite his mother’s protective flapping. Feeling rather foul about himself, the little fowl finds himself on an adventure of self-discovery, all the while unknowingly outwitting a very hungry Cat. Along the way, Ugly meets a whole flock of unique characters and finds out being different is not a bad thing to be.
High School Drama Club
What do you get when you bundle physical and verbal folly, poetry and philosophy, disguises and spies, romance and murder? Shakespeare, of course! Or a parody of Shakespeare! FSI’s spring High School Theatre production, ‘Save Hamlet!’, is a fast paced comedy filled with lots of action and many surprises. It’s Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’, just shorter, sillier and less murder-y. While the fall show was a mature-themed drama, this spring show will be fun for all.
‘Save Hamlet!’ by Mark Harvey Levine will be performed in the theatre in the Asheville Masonic Temple (80 Broadway St) March 10th and 11th at 7:00 PM. General admission tickets are $10 and can now be purchased online. Questions? Email Julie Wharton, FSI High Theatre Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 on Tuesdays & Fridays from noon – 1.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com to join.
HS GSA – contact MK Hyche, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Justina Powell, email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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: email@example.com
Jennifer Ryan, Science & Social Studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Pauley, Math & Social Studies: email@example.com
Ashley O’Dell, ELA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Keller, Math: email@example.com
Samuel “Latt” Berry Foster:, Science: firstname.lastname@example.org
Evan Baptista, Social Studies: email@example.com
Jared Gallow, ELA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoe Wallce, Math: email@example.com
Nick Liu, Science: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Nyanga, Social Studies: email@example.com
Kyle Wilson, ELA: firstname.lastname@example.org
AJ Jones, Math lead: email@example.com
Rhneea Riddle, Math Specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Knox, Social Studies: email@example.com
Makesha Gordon, Science: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lora Hawkins, English I: email@example.com
Jerry Lubos, World History: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Baron: Math 1 & 2: email@example.com
Jessica Bragdon, Earth Science/ AP Earth: firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Reynolds, Civics: email@example.com
Justina Powell, English 2: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcel Duhaime, Math 2: email@example.com
Julia Adams, Biology: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Head, English III/AP Lang: email@example.com
Tess Barnes Dunn, American History, AP Research: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teshale Byan, Math 3 & AP Calculus: email@example.com
Mary Smith, Chemistry, Forensics: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Humphrey, English IV & AP Lit:: email@example.com
Lexi Johnson, World History: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teshale Byan, AP Calculus: email@example.com
Elizabeth Joslin, NC Wildlife (Science) & EcoWarriors: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Fine: Pre Calc, Math 4: email@example.com
MS PE: Anne Gillis: firstname.lastname@example.org
HS PE & Athletic Director: Kimberly Burke, email@example.com
MS Art: Jennifer Lipsey Edwards: firstname.lastname@example.org
HS Art: Kati Robbins, email@example.com
MS Tech & Computer Science: Adrienne Fortune, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Counselor: Jennifer-Raé Negron, email@example.com
HS Theatre, Art of Argument: Julia Wharton, firstname.lastname@example.org
MS Theatre: Chris Martin, email@example.com
MS/HS Music and Orchestra: Sandi Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org,
French 1: Mackenzie Arnold: email@example.com
French2 & 3 and HS, PE: Chad Gerber, firstname.lastname@example.org
HS Spanish: Hanna Walden, email@example.com
MS & HS Spanish: Heather Kabat, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adventure Ed: Jessica Potter-Bowers, email@example.com