At its June meeting, the Franklin Special School District Board of Education approved an expanded tuition policy, which will allow students from outside of Williamson County to apply on a tuition basis. In addition, the Board voted to allow employees to enroll out-of-district children and grandchildren in the FSSD at no cost, providing there is program space available.
Mark your summer calendars! The FSSD Story Bus is a free community service offered in the summer by the Franklin Special School District and designed to foster a love of reading in children. The program runs from June 6-July 21, 2022.
The 2022 FSSD summer food service program kicks off Wednesday, June 1, and runs through Thursday, June 30. The FSSD Food and Culinary Services department will offer free breakfast and/or lunch at community sites and by delivery to designated bus stop locations.
We are excited to begin registration for Young Scholars Institute this summer. The Young Scholars Institute consists of two independent week-long camps and will occur June 6-10 and June 13-17 at Freedom Intermediate School, 840 Glass Lane.
Students at Liberty Elementary School spent the last few weeks making assists, scoring goals, and protecting the puck this week, as they learned the rules of the game and had a lot of fun along the way.
Five Franklin Special School District schools have been awarded RTI2-B Model of Demonstration (MOD) schools, as announced January 20, 2022, by the Tennessee Tiered Supports Center (TSC) at Vanderbilt University.