FSSD Kindergarten Kickoff is set for April 8 at all FSSD elementary schools. It is a fun opportunity to drop in anytime between 9:00-3:00 (8:00-2:00 at Poplar Grove) with your future kindergartner to hear more about the school, take a tour, turn in registration materials, and sign up for a screening date. Rising kindergartners must be at least 5 years old on or before August 15 to enroll.
We are excited to begin registration for Young Scholars Institute this summer. The Young Scholars Institute consists of two independent week-long camps and will occur June 6-10 and June 13-17 at Freedom Intermediate School, 840 Glass Lane.
Providing a strong academic program while also building a community of learners who support and respect each other is difficult. But Freedom Middle School has found a fun and engaging solution to this age-old challenge – a school-wide book study.
Endorsed by the school administrators, the book study is designed by the literacy team, who work with the media specialists to choose the right young adult novel. This year’s selection is The Crossover by Kwame Alexander, a story told in poems
Five Franklin Special School District schools have been awarded RTI2-B Model of Demonstration (MOD) schools, as announced January 20, 2022, by the Tennessee Tiered Supports Center (TSC) at Vanderbilt University.
The Board of Education voted on November 29 to rescind the mask requirement for students, staff, and visitors. Citing low positive cases in the school and the community, as well as the availability of the vaccine to ages 5 and older, the Board voted unanimously to lift the requirement. Anyone who chooses to wear a mask in the schools or offices is welcome to do so.
Prekindergarten through fourth-grade students at Franklin Elementary have joined communities across the nation in a collaborative art project that, so far, spans 16 states with the ultimate goal of being part of a painted garden of 10,000 flowers.
Liberty Elementary School is among 325 schools across the nation, and one of only six in Tennessee, to be named a U.S. Department of Education 2021 National Blue Ribbon School.
In the release of 2020-2021 accountability data from the Tennessee Department of Education, the Franklin Special School District is proud to have achieved Level 5 status - the highest possible - on its composite score.