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Announcements

    • FCS Picture Day on Nov 14th.  For more information on how to order pictures online visit Lifetouch Pictures. The Learning Center (PreK & Alternative) will schedule photos for a later date due to Thanksgiving Lunch activities. 
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    • Essay Contest: Friends of the Franklin Co. Public Libraries has announced the Hurricane Michael Essay Contest. There are (3) different divisions: Children (5-11) Teen (12-17) Adult (18+). For contest rules and writing prompt visit Friends of Franklin Public Libraries Essay Contest
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    • Governor Scott has proclaimed that November 2018 is Florida Family Engagement in Education Month and encourages families and schools to create strong partnerships on behalf of the future of all children, our state and our nation. Visit Family Engagement Month for a calendar of fun and creative ways to participate in November's Family Engagement in Education Month. 
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    • Save The Date(s): Seahawk Honors Day Schedule for 2018. Awards for 1st Nine Weeks will be Nov. 7th. To see schedule for the 2018 school year visit Seahawk Honors Schedule.
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    • If your child is unsure about what degree program is the right fit, encourage them to visit FloridaShine's expanded Degree Programs Catalog. FloridaShines Programs Catalog now features Florida’s Technical Colleges and Centers and their programs, as well as online degree programs offered at all of Florida’s public colleges and universities. Visit FloridaShines to view the catalog. 
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    • Helping Children after a Natural Disaster: Tips for adults to help children manage their reactions and support them during difficult times @ Helping Children Thrive
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    • Step Up for Students Reading Scholarship: The Florida Legislature has created the Reading Scholarship Account program to help public school students in third through fifth grade who are struggling readers. This program offers parents access to education savings accounts, worth $500 each, to pay for part-time tutoring, summer and after-school literacy programs, instructional materials, and curriculum related to reading or literacy. For eligibility and application requirements visit Step Up For Students Scholarship. 

     

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    • A message from the Transportation Department: In an effort to ensure that all students are properly dismissed at the end of the day the bus ridership form must be kept up to date. The information provided by the legal parent/guardian on the bus ridership form will be strictly adhered to.  Transportation changes must be made by a parent or legal guardian by 10:00 am and should not be left on school voicemail. If arrangements are not made by 10:00 am students will be transported as indicated on the bus ridership form. Visit Bus Ridership to make updates/changes to your current ridership. 
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  • 2018-19 School Calendar Now Available: To view visit 2018-19 Board Approved Calendar.


     

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  • TipLine The Franklin County School District is committed to maintaining a safe and respectful learning environment. As part of our efforts to assure that all of our students and staff feel safe at school, we are introducing a new resource: the Franklin Tip Line.  Information about drugs, weapons, bullying, cyberbullying or other factors which may be harmful to students, staff or the school environment should be reported. Submit a written report by visiting Franklin Tip Line or you can call 850.999.5634 to record a message.


     

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