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The Tennessee Department of Education announced the nine statewide finalists for the 2021-22 Tennessee Teacher of the Year award. Poplar Grove Middle School Spanish teacher Laura Boyd is one of three finalists for the Middle School Tennessee Teacher of the Year Award!
The Franklin Special School District is partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to offer a Seamless Summer Food Service program (SSFS) to help bridge the summer hunger gap by providing free breakfast and/or lunch to children 18 and under at community sites during the months of June and July.
The Story Bus program is part of FSSD’s community outreach program and is designed to foster a love for reading in children ages 4 through the 4th grade (younger if accompanied by an adult).
The Franklin Special School District announced the addition of Shelly Robinson to the district leadership team as an Instructional Technology Specialist in the Teaching and Learning Division.
FSSD is looking for preschoolers between four and five years old to participate in our Peer Role Model Program. This school-based program may include positive peer role models in each Special Education Preschool class.
Two Franklin Special School District educators have been recognized as regional semi-finalists and will move on to the statewide selection process, where one finalist per region will be named as the 2021 Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year.
Poplar Grove Elementary, Poplar Grove Middle and Liberty Elementary have all been named Silver Level RTI²-B Model of Demonstration (MOD) schools, acknowledging their exemplary implementation of Response to Instruction and Intervention for Behavior (RTI²-B).
Beginning April 1, parents of FSSD pre-kindergarten through 7th grade students may go online to the Registration link under Students and Families. Both in-person and virtual families will register using this process.