District Headlines

  • FCS Band, Second Wind

    Our FCS band is working hard to learn the FCS Alma Mater and the Seahawk Fight Song with big plans to perform at home games.

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  • Superintendent Recognizes Finance Employees

    Superintendent Lanier recognized our FCSD finance staff at the Franklin County Commissioners meeting as part of the Government Finance Professionals Week.

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  • Funding the Future with Forestry Support

    Mr. Clint Davis, from the Florida Forest Service, attended the February school Board meeting to present a check to Superintendent Lanier in the amount of $141,967.41 on behalf of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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  • Seahawks Take Flight With Drone Program

    Our Seahawks are soaring to new heights in our Unmanned Aerospace Program with the MAVIC Enterprise drone. In addition to the credentials students can earn before they ever leave high school, the drone program gives students the chance to log 'flight time' through the Zephyr flight simulation program.

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  • Mr. Kirvin Named Mentor Of The Month by FSBA

    The Florida School Board Association recognized Mr. Kirvin as their first Mentor of the Month. Mr. Kirvin was nominated by his mentee, Jodi Bailey, from Liberty County. Congratulations to our Board Chair.

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  • Superintendent Honors Retirees

    We cannot put into words the value of their service, dedication and hard work but wish to honor their contributions. Mrs. Terry Hilton at 30 yrs and Mrs.Barbara Shiver with 10 yrs of service. Celebrating over 30 years is Mrs. Angeline Stanley (32) & Mrs. Eliane Williams (36).

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  • Franklin's Spring 2021 Education Plan

    The Spring Education Plan is a document submitted to DOE with the Franklin County School District's updated goals & assurances for the 2021 spring semester.

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  • Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

    Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. The 2020 theme is to "Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug-Free."

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  • FCS expands campus opportunities to include an Environmental Club

    Students are able to participate in many environmental educational experiences, such as coring pine trees to determine age, transplanting important estuary plants, as well as learning how to maintain a saltwater aquarium.

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  • Celebrate Friendship Month

    As a restorative practice district, we encourage our students & staff to build positive, healthy relationships.

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  • Board Recognizes December Employees of the Month

    Congratulations to Mrs. Hartzog, Mrs. Mathews & Ms. Ritz

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  • PreK Boards the Polar Express

    In partnership with Bring Me A Book Franklin & Trinity Episcopal Church, families visited six fun train stops.

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  • Big Win for Seahawk Basketball

    Middle School Girls defeat Tolar for District 1st Place

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  • Beta Club Gives Back

    This year Beta club members raised $300 to support the Backpack Buddy Program.

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  • Franklin XC Qualifies for Regionals

    Franklin County girls placed 10th and boys placed 7th. This is the second year in a row for the boys' team and the second time in our school's history for the girls.

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  • Suicide Prevention Month

    We are committed to recognizing and supporting Franklin County students and their mental health. Join the campaign and spend 40 seconds discussing with your loved ones the warning signs along with healthy steps everyone can take if they are experiencing depression or thoughts of suicide.

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  • District Presents Business Award

    Centennial Bank recently honored for their commitment to the students and staff of Franklin County. ** Photo credit to David Adlerstein of the Apalachicola Times

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  • License to Learn

    $20 from every Support Education specialty plate goes directly to the schools in Franklin County

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  • Attendance Rocks!!

    The Franklin County School Administrative team recognized 21 students (campus-wide) who completed the school year with perfect attendance.

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  • District Unites for Education Banquet

    The Franklin County Education Foundation (FCEF) sponsored their very first event to pay tribute to this school year's honorees.

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