• Students focus on post-high school careers

    This year we have an addition to our athletic programs, a cross-country team, and we are excited about the growth of our athletic program. This sport involves a lot of running on all types of ... READ MORE

  • Seahawk band perform at Jax State’s band day

    This past Friday afternoon, the Seahawk Band traveled to Jacksonville State University (JSU) in Jacksonville Alabama, to participate in JSU’s Annual Band Day. According to band director Karl Le... READ MORE

  • Clip a box top, help a student

    The first PTO meeting for the 2014-15 year was held last week and according to elementary teacher Natasha Pennycuff, the organization’s treasurer, there are “high hopes that the PTO will continue...


  • Prison employees, community, donate school supplies

    Franklin County K-12 School is a member of the Franklin County community, and as such, the community plays a huge role in the operation of the school. One very important contribution from the ... READ MORE

  • Citizens for Quality Education formed

    The Citizens for Quality Education (CQED) filed papers in July with the Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, to qualify as a political committee. It is described as a citizen group...


  • Trinity to offer Montessori pre-school

    One of Apalachicola’s oldest churches is embarking on a new challenge: A pre-school in the mold of Montessori education. Trinity Episcopal Church is working to attract up to seven 3-to-5 year o... READ MORE

  • Teacher of the Year inspires teamwork

    “I believe we are going to have an awesome year working and learning together.” That’s a proclamation from Franklin County School’s current Teacher of the Year (TOY) Katrina Ham, one of our great... READ MORE

  • Big year ahead for schools

    It promises to be one of Franklin County’s most momentous years ever for its schools, and it started out on a strong note Monday.

    Voters will decide in November whether they want to go to an ...


  • Teachers explore insight into poverty on Day 1

    This past Monday, bright and early in the morning, about 110 faculty and staff members of Franklin County School heeded the ringing of the school bell at 8 a.m. and anxiously gathered in the ... READ MORE

  • Calling all kid chefs: Cook-off kicks off

    Are you a student going into fourth through 12th grade? Do you like to cook? Then this is the contest for you! The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is searching for stude... READ MORE

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