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Whitney Allison named principal at Bondurant Middle School
Whitney Allison named principal at Bondurant Middle School
FCS Supt. Mark Kopp announced today that Whitney Allison, a longtime middle school educator and principal, has been selected as the new principal of Bondurant Middle School. The BMS school-based decision-making council (SBDM) unanimously selected Allison for the position following interviews with a number of highly qualified candidates.  More +
Elkhorn Middle School Band supports Angel Tree in a big way…
Elkhorn Middle School Band supports Angel Tree in a big way…
EMS band students took on a special project this holiday season to support the community. As Band Director Chris Collins contemplated ways the band could do this year to help those in need, he realized that one of his band parents, Natalie Sayre, is a major in the Salvation Army.  More +
Robinson Named Gatorade Player of the Year
Robinson Named Gatorade Player of the Year
Congratulations to Western Hills High School student-athlete Wandale Robinson, who has been named the Gatorade Kentucky Football Player of the Year!
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BMS Teacher Gary to be Recognized
BMS Teacher Gary to be Recognized
Bondurant Middle School Teacher James Gary will receive the Kentucky Teacher Excellence Award from the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA).   More +
EES staff get a nice, WARM surprise...
EES staff get a nice, WARM surprise...
When EES teachers went outside into sub-freezing temperatures Thursday morning to supervise the car-rider drop-off line, they found two new patio heaters waiting for them. The heaters were donated by the school's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) to make the morning duty a bit more bearable on these cold winter days! It's a very thoughtful gift and clear evidence of the PTO's appreciation of the school staff. Truly a #OneTeamFCS moment! 
Peaks Mill Elementary's Goal Tree Gets Students to Set Goals
Peaks Mill Elementary's Goal Tree Gets Students to Set Goals
The "theme" for Franklin County Schools this year is "growth." That means we are committed to finding ways to grow in every area, including personally, professionally, instructionally, relationally and in every other way.
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Weather delays the opening of new Collins Lane Elementary School
The extremely high humidity and rainy weather we’ve experienced over this summer – and specifically during August – has delayed the opening of the new Collins Lane Elementary School.  More +
2018 - 2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
2018 - 2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
Need to see the 2018 - 2019 School Calendar? You can see and download it here! 
School Supply Lists for 2018-19
The school supply lists for Franklin County's elementary and middle schools are now available here. Supply lists for the high schools are dependent on the classes students take, so students will get them from their respective teachers once the students' schedules have been set. The first day of school for students is Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.  More +
Peaks Mill Custodian recognized by KASA
Peaks Mill Custodian recognized by KASA
Josh Penn, a custodian at Peaks Mill Elementary School, was recognized Friday by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) as one of three statewide finalists for the organization’s Fred Award.   More +
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