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      School Closed

      School Closed on Inauguration Day 2019

      After speaking with Mr. Tom Russell, Director of Frankfort-Franklin County Office of Emergency Management, Franklin County Schools will be closed on Inauguration Day, December 10. Students will report to school on Friday, February 14 to make-up this day.
      Kindergarten Readiness

      Ready for Kindergarten?

      Is your child ready for Kindergarten? Here at Franklin County Schools, our goal is 100% readiness. Visit our "Kindergarten Readiness" page to view some quick videos showing tips and strategies to share and prepare your child for their first year!  
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      Peaks Mill Elementary Principal Selected

      Cassie House named principal of Peaks Mill Elementary School
       
      Franklin County Schools Supt. Mark Kopp announced today that Cassie House will be the new principal of Peaks Mill Elementary School. House will replace Dana Blankenship, who is retiring on June 30 after six years as principal of Peaks Mill.
       

      "We are very excited to welcome Cassie House as the new principal at Peaks Mill Elementary School.  Her energetic leadership, belief in fostering a culture of high expectations, and her knowledge of the students, staff, and parents of Peak Mill Elementary will serve her well as principal.  We are confident Cassie has what it takes to lead Peaks Mill to even greater heights" said Kopp.

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      Herbert D. Liebman Education Fund Grant Awarded to two Deserving Teachers

      Cheryl Nance, teacher at Collins Lane Elementary, and James Gary, teacher at Bondurant Middle School, were awarded the Herbert D. Liebman Education Fund Grant this year! The fund was created when Mr. Liebman passed away in 2002. He was a local attorney and served on our board of education for several terms. He was very passionate about education and knew the struggle a teacher goes through to provide items for their classroom.
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      Milken Educator Award presented to Angie Beavin

      Angie Beavin, 5th grade teacher at Peaks Mill Elementary, was presented the Milken Educator Award on February 11, 2019 by Mr. Lowell Milken himself! The Milken Family Foundation awarded $25,000 to Ms. Beavin. Read more about the award here- https://www.milkeneducatorawards.org/about/home/

      Graviss McDonald's Donates Books to Hearn

      Graviss McDonald's Donates Books to Hearn

      Graviss McDonald's donates both English and Spanish children's books to Hearn Elementary students
      Bondurant Middle School art teacher Jennifer Meo-Sexton was recognized as Kentucky's Middle School Teacher of the Year

      Bondurant Middle School art teacher Jennifer Meo-Sexton was recognized as Kentucky's Middle School Teacher of the Year


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