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New Website Features Alumni Directory

The new website for the Franklin County Mississippi School District features an Alumni section where former students and teachers can register and be listed in the directory. This is a great feature. If you would like for your classmates from school to be able to contact you, go to the site and register. It's easy. Choose About Us, Alumni Directory, click Register on the top right of the page and enter as much or as little information as you would like. The required fields have an asterisk.
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Parent Engagement Week

Franklin County Lower Elementary School recognizes the important role that parents and grandparents play in the success of their children and grandchildren. Please click on link for more details.
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Home Game T-Shirts

If any of you or your students ordered a T shirt package for Home games (4/$25)
Please explain that one shirt will be sent home tomorrow (Friday’s game) and
That two shirts for the next 2 upcoming games will be delivered next week.

The Pink out game shirt will be delivered within the next two weeks.

With the deadline of 8/15 (last week) they were able to get this week’s shirt done.
They are currently working on the next two.

Thanks for your understanding.
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Franklin County High School JROTC Drill Team Receives Awards

: The Franklin County High School JROTC Drill Team competed in the South West MS regional drill competition on Saturday, October 21, 2017. The team competed against JROTC programs from all service branches across the southern and south western areas of the state. South Pike High School hosted the competition on behalf of the Mississippi Department of Education JROTC bureau. The Franklin County team received honors as 1st place in Armed Platoon, 1st place in Color Guard, 2nd place in Unarmed Platoon, and 2nd place in Armed Squad categories of competition.
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Franklin County Chess Dominates at Mississippi Children's Museum

The Mississippi Children’s Museum in Jackson provided a welcoming venue for the 2017 Mississippi Grade Level Chess Tournament on Saturday, October 14.  In addition to the usual visitors to the museum, one hundred forty eight students from around the state arrived in hopes of becoming grade level champions.  By bus and car, fifty-seven of those aspiring chess players traveled from Franklin County.
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