In a recent liberal arts lesson, students participated in a real-world activity that involved finding the surface area and volume of a prism and later determined which calculations were acceptable based on a predetermined statistical range of values.
A total of 50 representatives with 27 vendors attended. The representatives and vendors included colleges, technical schools, State of Florida agencies, Franklin County agencies and services, as well as banking, medical, conservation corps, the Department of Education, an attorney and three branches of the military.
Supt. Moses opened the January Board Meeting by recognizing several local businesses that have contributed greatly to support education. Pictured above: Major Josh Lynn
The Franklin County School District is committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for students and staff on all campuses and we are extremely thankful there were no injuries during the recent events.
The Franklin County School is partnering with The Nest and Project Impact, after-school programs, to offer tutoring to students.
The Florida Department of Education has released the graduation rates for 2015-16. Franklin County’s graduation rate was at a four year high at 72.6%.
We value, respect, and support our teachers and parents, because we believe the key to student learning is communication, collaboration, and teamwork. We are TEAM FRANKLIN, where Together-Everyone-Achieves-More -Supt. Moses