• 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

  • Davis and Creamer are STEM scholars

      Through the FloridaLearns STEM (Scholars Project’s Talent Development Program), talented and gifted high school juniors and seniors from small and rural districts across Florida are part... READ MORE

  • Teat seeks Seahawk support

    Ashley Teat is a faithful supporter of Franklin County youth and he needs your support for the Seahawks. Teat has been turning up at meetings and offices all around the county to seek financial ...


  • Honor Roll - Franklin County Elementary

    The following is the Honor Roll for the fourth and final nine-week grading period at Franklin County Elementary.



    First grade

    All A's: Esteban Bernabe-Juan, Jerzy ...


  • Honor Roll - ABC School

    The following is the honor roll for the fourth and final nine-week grading period at the Apalachicola Bay Charter School.


    First grade

    R. Ramsdell

    All As: Shlok Patel, ...


  • Food service takes home awards

    Franklin County School’s Food and Nutrition Services attended the 2014 Florida School Nutrition Association Conference at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando.

    Eight staff members, ...


  • Middle schoolers explore Crooked River Light

    The last weeks of school are full of excitement about the upcoming summer, so a field trip is the best thing for a bunch of restless students. Spencer Tolbert's sixth grade students and also some...


  • ABC paces writing FCAT gains

    Strong performances by Apalachicola Bay Charter School fourth and eighth graders set the standard for countywide improvement in FCAT writing scores in 2014.

    The percentage of ABC School’s 35 ...


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