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Peaks Mill Elementary Collage
Peaks Mill Elementary Collage
EMS Sentence Project
LMS Kate Osterloh with the EMS sentence project results
EES 4th Grade Cultural Dinner Presentation
EES 4th Grade Cultural Dinner student presentation
Bridgeport High Attendance Day Treats
Bridgeport High Attendance Day Treats
WHHS represented at the STLP Regional Showcase
WHHS represented at the STLP Regional Showcase with a Coal project
Veterans' Day Ceremony at Bondurant
Veterans' Day Ceremony at Bondurant
Career and Technical Center Welding
Career and Technical Center Welding
Early Learning Village Students See a Tadpole
Early Learning Village Students See a Tadpole
Elkhorn Middle School Golden Antlers Award Winners
Elkhorn Middle School Golden Antlers Award Winners
Academy Students with touch display
Academy Students with touch display
Westridge Staff
Westridge Staff
Elkhorn Elementary Students
Elkhorn Elementary Students
News
Child Care Opening Western Hills Learning Center in the 2 -4 year old room
Child Care Opening Western Hills Learning Center in the 2 -4 year old room
If you are looking for quality childcare for your child we have 3 openings in our 2-4 year old room.
Tuition: $120.00 weekly along with a $35 registration fee
Contact Marie Varney, Director, Western Hills  502-875-8400
 
2018-19 District Calendar Approved
2018-19 District Calendar Approved
The Franklin County School Board last night approved the District Master Calendar for the 2018-19 school year. The first day of classes for students will be Wed., Aug. 15, 2018.  
Frequently Asked Questions about Weather-related School Closures
Frequently Asked Questions about Weather-related School Closures
This document from the Franklin County Schools answers questions about school closures and delays resulting from winter weather. ...View document 
Important information about snow days...
Important information about snow days...
Important information about snow days...
This year, the Franklin County Schools may use Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) days if weather conditions require that school be cancelled. NTI days allow students to get credit for the days school is cancelled by completing assignments provided by their teachers. Read more about this here and look for this information to be sent home with your children...
 
Dylan LeCompte wants to be a diesel mechanic...
Dylan LeCompte wants to be a diesel mechanic...
A 19-year-old senior at Franklin County High School (FCHS) and the Franklin County Career & Technical Center (FCCTC), Dylan is already getting real world experience, thanks to an innovative arrangement with the Franklin County Schools 
Collins Lane Construction Update
A reminder to the Collins Lane Elementary School community that the upper section of Cougar Lane will be closed this Friday, Dec. 15, as crews begin work on a new sanitary sewer line to serve the new building.   
School resumes Wednesday morning.
Reminder: School will resume on a regular schedule tomorrow morning. 
Watch School Subjects Online
Watch School Subjects, our monthly TV show, online. 
FCEA Pension Rally
FCEA Pension Rally
About 70 people attended a rally at Bondurant Middle School last night to show support for preservation of the pension systems of public employees in Kentucky and to learn about the current reform proposal. 
Welcome to our new website
Welcome to our new website
On Friday, FCS launched a redesign of its website. Feel free to look around or click here to read a summary of the changes we've made. 
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      About Us
      Mission -
      To prepare students for College and Career Readiness and to become contributing citizens.

      Goal -
      To REINVENT Franklin County Schools to be the PREFERRED school district!

      Belief Statements -

      ALL STUDENTS...
      • are our number ONE priority
      • will engage in high quality instruction in a nurturing environment
      • will achieve at high levels
      • will become responsible and independent learners
      • will share in the responsibility of their own learning
      • will utilize 21st century skills (critical thinking, creativity, communications, collaboration and commitment) 
      • will succeed through the combined efforts of the Franklin County Schools, families and our community

      A message from our Superintendent, Mark Kopp

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