“Every day is a new adventure.” After teaching at The Franciscan School for 15 years, Barb Dobner continues to find new ways to teach and engage her Kindergarten
Middle school can sometimes be hard to navigate. With a change in how classes are arranged, the academic rigor that can be found, developments personally and
STEM, STEAM, STREAM. These buzzwords have floated around the academic world for many years, but how do they apply to The Franciscan School (TFS)?
One of the most unique and lesser known attributes of The Franciscan School (TFS) is the wide range of electives offered to middle school students.
Before the doors first opened at The Franciscan School, there were feelings of excitement and anticipation of the unknown.
Each year, a couple of dozen middle school students at TFS put together thoughtful campaigns promising to make important contributions to the school community if
As orchestra teacher Victoria Pedroza continues in her fifth year at The Franciscan School, her passion for music has only deepened. It’s easy to happen when you’re
Let’s Celebrate Catholic schools! We asked members for our school community to share why they believe in the Catholic school education experience.
In an ever-changing world, The Franciscan School recognizes the great responsibility and privilege it has to shape young lives. The staff and faculty are devoted to
Even as a teenager, Mr. Matt Barbee, TFS 7th-grade social studies teacher, knew he wanted to teach. Barbee is in his fifth year of teaching at TFS – the first four