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FLT Updated Newsletter-Summer Kick-Off Edition

FLT Updated Newsletter-Summer Kick-Off Edition

The Furman Forum Volume 21
Summer Edition 2019
Dr. Evelyn Perry Dr. Rashida Wilson Rosalind Lockwood
(May/June)
Principal Vice Principal Executive Director
Wanda Best

Board President

Learning Carnival at
Furman L. Templeton

Look What’s New In This
Month’s Issue!

★ Vision & Mission Statement…..Page 3

FLT’s Mission & Vision Statement,

Important Dates

★ Core Values………………………..Page 4

FLT’s Core Value of the month

★ Content Update & Tips…………………….Page 5

Health/Wellness, & More

★ FLT News/ Basketball Schedule…………….Page 6

School Information

FLT Clubs

Furman L. Templeton Preparatory ★ Attendance Updates……………………………..Page 7
Academy

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, Attendance Updates, Goals, & Tips

Baltimore, MD 21217 ★ Community School News……………………..Pages 8
furmantempletonprepacademy.com

Meet the CSC, School Partners, & More

★FLT Events………………………………………….Page 9

Like Us On Facebook: Events & Parent Breakfast Schedule
Furman L. Templeton Preparatory Academy ★Resources…………………………………………..Page 10-27

Community Resources, Upcoming Events, & More

Follow Us On Twitter @FLTprepacademy

Follow Us on Instagram @FLTempleton

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Furman L. Templeton Preparatory Academy

Our Mission
To accelerate the opportunities and outcomes for our children by demanding nothing but
excellence from the students, staff, and the community.

Our Vision
Accelerating the academic achievement of all students, in partnership with the entire
community, to ensure that students have the attitudes, skills, and proficiencies needed to
succeed in college and in the 21st century global workforce.

Important Dates & Upcoming Events

● May 16-22: Progress Report Card- Distribution Window
● May 24: Intercession Day- School Closed
● May 27: Memorial Day- School Closed
● June 13: Spring Break- School Closed
● June 20: Last Day of School

The complete 18-19 SY Calendar with important dates may be
found towards the end of this newsletter

Parent Information

PARENT Next PTO Meeting: Monthly Parent Thank you
May 17, 2019
May 17, 2019 May 21, 2019
8:45-9:45 a.m. 7:45am - 8:45am
FLT Parent & Community Center FLT Cafeteria @4pm FLT Library

For more parent information check out the resource 3
guide at the end of the newsletter and the parent
engagement corner next to the main office.

Core Value

Self-Control: the quality of being just, impartial, or fair

CHARACTER CHECK:
I WILL:

1. Think before I act.
2. Control my temper.
3. Respect others and their belongings.
4. Sit still and be quiet.
5. Build healthy habits.

DISCUSSION STARTERS:
● Why is it important to do what is right, even when you don't feel like it?
● What are some healthy habits that can make you a stronger person?
● Athletes make a lot of sacrifices in order to reach their goals. Can you think of
ways athletes show self-control or self-discipline?
● What could happen to someone who has very little self-control?

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Content Update

Illuminating Intervention

We are so proud of the great work that students have done this year! Their
hard work and dedication was shown by the amazing progress that was made
on i-Ready and on the unit assessments in the intervention programs! We
look forward to finishing the year strong!
The intervention team was very busy with PARCC for most of the month of
May, but still pulled groups as much as possible. Since we were not be able to
see all of the groups as much as we normally do, please take a few extra
minutes to work with your child at home.
The GAL (Gifted and Advanced Learning) students have been working on
writing Crazy Creature Sagas for a writing contest. The creatures look very
cool and the sagas are shaping up nicely! We can’t wait to see the final
product. Congratulations to Taylor Walker for having her ABC Poem about
Animal Abuse chosen to be featured in CHARM Magazine!

As we wind down the year, it is time to culminate our year of health and wellness with 5
the Furman Fit Festival. The festival will be Saturday, June 1st from 10:00 AM until
12:00 PM. During the festival, students, families, and community members will run,
jog, or walk laps around the field. For each lap completed, participants will receive a
prize. After completing the laps, participants can enjoy snack to refuel. Prizes will be
awarded for the most laps completed in each age group. All participants will also
participate in a raffle. We hope to see you there!
Over the summer, take time to relax and continue to focus on health and wellness.
Drink plenty of water, especially when it is hot and humid outside. The recommended
water intake for children ages 5-8 is 40 oz. per day. Children ages 9 – 12 should drink
56 oz. per day, and adults (13 years +) should drink 64 oz. per day. The amount of
water needed increases when sweating or doing physical activities.
When possible, find time to sit less and move more. When stairs are an option, take
them. If it’s too hot outside, walk around your house or go to the mall. Jogging in
place or doing jumping jacks are a great way to get your heart pumping without
needing too much space. Have a great summer!

FLT NEWS

School Information

Breakfast Start Time: 7:30 a.m. (New time)
School Start Time: 7:45 a.m.
Dismissal Time: 2:25 p.m.

● Pre-k to 1st grade pickup location: Blacktop behind brick wall on Pennsylvania Ave
● 2nd to 5th grade pickup location: Black top near basketball court off of Dolphin St
NOTE: We DO NOT follow the BCPS Early Release Days newly scheduled for SY 18/19.
● No early dismissals after 2:00 p.m.
● Must show i.d. to enter school building
● School-wide uniform: Khaki pants/short/skirt, Navy blue (or white) polo style top (or button up shirt)

and closed-toe shoes
● No double parking

Pratt Bookmobile

This year the Enoch Pratt Library Book mobile will come to our school once a week.
Students will have the opportunity to check out books each week using their library
card.

FLT Clubs

FLT Choir Club

Choir has begun working on their spring music set, they are
practicing every Tuesday after school and Friday during
clubs. Our students are working hard and will be planning
a showcase sometime in the late spring.

FLT Basketball

● Sports Banquet: Thursday, May 13, 2019

FLT Cheerleading
● Contact Ms. Harrell for more information

Club Friday is every Friday at FLT @ 1pm
More details about FLT Basketball and other clubs to come….

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Attendance Updates

Attendance Plans Tardy Program ( April/May) Perfect Attendance
Homeroom Winners
Objective: Reduction of tardiness of
students w/10+ tardy in a month to 5 or Congratulations
less tardy in a month. to

Monthly Homeroom Ms. Logenecker
Perfect Attendance Incentive and

Plan: Each day homerooms will earn a letter if Castillo
perfect attendance achieved. Receive a letter homerooms
to spell out the monthly core value. When all in a job well done!
letters achieved classrooms earn the monthly
incentive.

95% Club- Attendance Incentive
Goal: Perfect Attendance for the entire school year

Perfect Attendance Trip to Washington, D.C.

June 10, 2019

Bring your child to school every day for the rest of the school year to earn this incentive

Attendance Percentages Grade April Grade May

FLT is serious about attendance. Our Attendance Attendance
talented staff cannot teach unless students
attend school. There is a district-wide focus % %
on student attendance. Again this year,
there will be mandatory hearings at school FLT 89.56% FLT 89.32%
headquarters for the parents of students Avg. Avg.
with poor attendance. Each month the
newsletter will include this chart so Pre-K 89.20% Pre-K 89.65%
students and parents can review attendance
averages. Parents track your student’s daily K 88.40% K 88.34%
attendance.
1 89.54% 1 88.87%
FLT’s Attendance
Goal: 94.0% 2 88.97% 2 90.77%

3 91.04% 3 88.18%

4 88.23% 4 90.29%

5 90.21% 7

5 88.02%

Community School News

The Promise Heights Team at FLT Promise Corps: We have experienced
AmeriCorps working here at FLT.
Meaghan Tine, Community School Coordinator Their mission is to address absences
410-207-3602 and provide supports and services to
[email protected] students and families.

Linda Callahan, Early Childhood Mental Health Cynthia Uchendu, Student Services
Consultant Coordinator
401.207.3664
[email protected]

Latoria Mackey, Activate Site Coordinator
443- 813- 1522
[email protected]

● Child First Partnerships at FLT ● Promise Heights
● B’More for Healthy Babies ● Leveling the Playing Field
● Arts Every Day For more information Contact: ● Breath Mobile
● Reading Partners Meaghan Tine, LMSW ● Greater Baltimore Urban
● YMCA
● New Fit Sports Program Community School Coordinator League
● ElmSeed Foundation ● MD Food Bank
● Little Flowers
● Chicago Parent

Partnership Highlight

Equip Kids For Success.

Help us continue putting sports equipment in the
hands of those less fortunate by donating your used sports
Leveling the Playing Field gives underprivileged children the opportunity to enjoy the mental and
physical benefits of youth sports participation. We do this through the donation of usedeaqnudipemxecnets.s
sporting equipment to programs and schools serving low-income communities.

For more information contact:
Meaghan Tine, Community School Coordinator
410-207-3602
[email protected]

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FLT Events

Event Title Events

PTO Event Details
Parent Breakfast
Parent Workshop May 21, 2019
In the Library @ 4pm
H. E. A. R. T.
Market May 17, 2019
In the Lobby @ 7:45am
Field Day
May 17, 2019
Date In the PAC @ 8:30 am
May 17th
May 16 ,2019
Date 2:00pm-4:00pm
June 4th At the Auditorium Lobby
June 5th
June 6th June 7,2019
All Day
Date FLT Field
June 17th
June 18th Parent Breakfast /Workshop Schedule SY 18/19 Location
June 19th Theme Library

Summer Learning and Enrichment

Field Trips SY 18/19 Grade Level & Location
Grade Level & Location 5th Grade-Kings Dominion

4th Grade-Six Flags 1st Grade-Hershey Park
Pre-k & K-Dutch Wonderland 3rd Grade-Hershey Park

2nd Grade-Hershey Park

Graduations SY 18/19 Location 9
Grade Level Auditorium @ 9am
Auditorium @ 9am
Pre-Kindergarten Auditorium @9 am
Kindergarten
5th Grade

Resource Guide

1. Workshop & Upcoming Event Flyers
○ Parent Breakfast/ Workshop
○ PTO Meeting
○ Parent Consignment Shop
○ Parent Punch Card
○ H.E.A.R.T. Market
○ Financial Literacy Night
○ Father Fundamentals
○ H.E.A.R.T. Market

2. Clubs & Organizations
○ Center For Urban Families

3. Menus
○ Breakfast Menu
○ Lunch Menu

4. 18-19 School Year Events & Calendar

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BREAKFAST MENU

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LUNCH MENU

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School Year 18-19 Events

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School Year 18-19 CALENDAR

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