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Mission Statement
The mission of the Franklin Central School is to educate our children to become self-reliant and socially responsible individuals. They will respect themselves, their community, and the world around them. Ultimately, they will develop the skills and confidence to become life-long learners.

 

Franklin & MVU 2017 Summer Academy

Be sure to sign up for Summer Academies.  Franklin Summer Academy is June 20 thru July 14th.  There is free lunch and transportation.  Contact Meg Ziegler at meg.fgibookmobile@gmail.com with any questions.

MVU Summer Academy is June 26th thru August 4th with free breakfast, lunch and transportation.  For questions, contact Ashley Bowen at 868-0507 or abowen @fnwsu.org.

Thanks for another fun-filled year.  We hope to continue it through the Summer Academy.

 

Franklin’s Memorial Day BBQ

Monday, May 29th following the parade
Sponsored by the FCS 5th grade class
Parade begins at 10:30 a.m.

Friday, June 9th

will be “Fun and Fitness Day” at FCS.  We will be doing activities inside and out (depending on the weather).  There will be a similar schedule to what we did last year.  We will have a BBQ and dismissal will be at 3:00 (note:  11:45 on this day for kindergarten).  Lunches will be held at approximately the same times as usual (grades 1 & 2 at 11:20; grades 3 & 4 at 11:45; grades 5 & 6 at 12:10; kindergarten will eat at 11:00).  Parents are welcome to join us –especially for lunch!  (Some of the activities my have limited space).

Important Notice Regarding the Last Day of School:

The last day of school for students will be on Friday, June 16th with dismissal at 11:45 (all the elementary schools in the district are having a half day).  On that day, will will have our last assembly with classroom awards, kick off the summer reading program, have final classroom activities, and distribute report cards.

 

Please look for information concerning Act 46
by clicking on the link or on the School Board page.

 

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