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High School and Middle School to Resume Regular Schedule on Feb 16

Beginning on February 16, 2021 all Franklin County students will attend school on the Traditional model. Until that date, our Elementary students will continue to follow the Traditional model as they have during the month of January. The Middle School and High School will continue to follow the Hybrid model until February 12, 2021 (see attached Hybrid model for Middle/High School students for February 1 – 12, 2021). Click Here for Schedule

School Breakfast/Lunch Program Extended

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Free Lunch Program Extended thru May 25th

Child Nutrition Department Summer Food Service Program – Extended through May 25, 2021 The Summer Food Service Program has been extended until May 25, 2021. Breakfast and lunch will continue to be available for free to all FCSD students for the rest of the school year. Please call 601-384-5196 if you have any questions. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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Schedule Changes Due to Covid

Please click the link above to read an important announcement from Franklin County Superintendent of Education, Chris Kent