Our 4th and 5th graders were taught that they can be fit and fabulous forever by eating right and exercising. This is a program sponsored by the Junior Auxillary. We thank them for taking the time to help teach our students that it is beneficial to stay fit and fabulous forever!
Our first graders received a copy of Pete the Cate A Pet for Pete by James Dean just in time for the Thanksgiving holidays! These books were bought by First Book. Mrs. Glenn Lautzenhiser and Mother Goose came to Franklin to present the books to the first graders. Thank you to FIRST BOOK for recognizing the Read More »
OUR K – 5TH GRADERS AT FRANKLIN HAD THE AWESOME OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN “GIRAFFES CAN’T DANCE.” THIS ACTIVITY FOCUSED ON THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING KIND AND INCLUDING OTHERS. THIS BULLY PREVENTION PROGRAM WAS PRESENTED BY REPRESENTATIVES OF MAGNOLIA HEALTH. WE SAY “THANK YOU” TO THESE LADIES!
FRANKLIN ACADEMY WORKED TOGETHER AS A TEAM AND CHEERED THE COLUMBUS FALCONS ON DURING THE ANNUAL HOMECOMING PARADE! THANK YOU TO THE STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND FRANKLIN STAFF FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
OUR PRE-K CLASS WAS UNABLE TO TAKE THEIR FIELD TRIP TO THE COLUMBUS LOWNDES PUBLIC LIBRARY ON SEPTEMBER 13TH DUE TO THE WEATHER SO MOTHER GOOSE CAME TO THEM. THE STUDENTS GATHERED IN THE READING ROOM IN THE LIBRARY AND WERE EXCITED AS MOTHER GOOSE READ THEM A STORY! THANK YOU MOTHER GOOSE FOR SUPPORTING Read More »
As part of our PBIS (Good Citizenship) program, our students were allowed to dress and talk like a pirate. They also followed clues as they went to find a real treasure. Fun was had by students and teachers!
Elementary Schools: Student Arrival (Car and Bus): 7:05 a.m. Breakfast: 7:10—7:30 a.m. Student Day Begins: 7:30 a.m. Student Day Ends: 3:00 p.m. Middle & High Schools: Student Arrival (Car and Bus): 7:45 a.m. Breakfast: 7:45 – 8:05 a.m. Student Day Begins: 8:05 a.m. Student Day Ends: 3:45 p.m.
A dedication ceremony was held Wednesday morning, July 9, to mark the opening of the continuous walking track located behind Franklin Academy. “The labyrinth makes available many opportunities. Among those are for staff development during the first days of school, daily walk time for classes, individual walk time during recess, guidance counselor use for students’ Read More »