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Career and Tech Center Carpentry students
Collins Lane students on steps
FCHS students posing with trophy
FCHS cast members from Shrek musical
Westridge Painted Rocks
Academy Student Reading to ELV students
EES Archery team
WHHS Bass Tourney 4th place with 2 fish
Superintendent's Cup winners with Supt. Mark Kopp
ELV students work together
FCS Teacher of the Year Tara Cracraft accepts a $1,000 check from Community Trust Bank.
FCS Teacher of the Year Tara Cracraft accepts a $1,000 check from Community Trust Bank
Supt. Mark Kopp recognizes FCS Team Members of the Month Greg Roush & Monte Chappel at the March school board meeting.
FCS Team Members of the Month Greg Roush & Monte Chappel
FCS Supt. Mark Kopp recognizes FCHS students for positivity on social media
FCS Supt. Mark Kopp recognizes FCHS students for positivity on social media
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2018 - 2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
2018 - 2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
Need to see the 2018 - 2019 School Calendar? You can see and download it here! 
School Supply Lists for 2018-19
The school supply lists for Franklin County's elementary and middle schools are now available here. Supply lists for the high schools are dependent on the classes students take, so students will get them from their respective teachers once the students' schedules have been set. The first day of school for students is Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.  More +
Peaks Mill Custodian recognized by KASA
Peaks Mill Custodian recognized by KASA
Josh Penn, a custodian at Peaks Mill Elementary School, was recognized Friday by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) as one of three statewide finalists for the organization’s Fred Award.   More +
Statements of Non-Discrimination
Each year, the Franklin County Schools publishes notices of compliance with federal and state non-discrimination laws....  More +
#OneTeamFCS tops Frankfort Faves…
#OneTeamFCS tops Frankfort Faves…
The Franklin County Schools took top honors in the annual Frankfort Faves popularity contest sponsored by the State Journal and announced last week.   More +
Elkhorn Middle School Jump Start gives 6th graders a...  well, a JUMP START!
Elkhorn Middle School Jump Start gives 6th graders a... well, a JUMP START!
Nearly 200 incoming 6th graders are participating in a voluntary "Jump Start" program to help them become familiar with the school before their first day of middle school. All Franklin County Schools will resume classes on Wednesday, Aug 15.  More +
FCS Transportation Department prepares for new school year
FCS Transportation Department prepares for new school year
The staff of the Franklin County Schools Transportation Department are hard at work preparing for the new school year, which starts Wednesday, Aug. 15.  Bus route information for 2018/2019 will be available here no later than August 5.   More +
FCS Alumni Spotlight
FCS Alumni Spotlight
FCS alum’s co-op opportunity led to a great career

By the time she graduated from Franklin County High School in 2004 (via Hearn Elementary and Elkhorn Middle), Shannon Woodard was well on her way to a successful career. 

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UPDATED: Students need additional vaccinations before the 2018-19 school year....
This updated version of yesterday's post clarifies the new immunization requirements for all Kentucky students: As the 2018-19 school year approaches (opening day for students is Wednesday, August 15!), Franklin County Schools students' families are encouraged to schedule doctor visits as soon as possible because of new immunization requirements outlined by Kentucky Administrative Regulations.
 
 John Fields named Assistant Superintendent
John Fields named Assistant Superintendent
Franklin County Schools Supt. Mark Kopp today announced that John Fields, an educator with 23 years of experience in various capacities, will be the new assistant superintendent for District Services. Fields replaces David Raleigh, who has been named the new superintendent in LaRue County. Both men will assume their new positions July 1.
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