As a result of recent PowerSchool software upgrades, changes have been made in the way parents access student information. The process is called Single Sign-On and will streamline your access to information. No longer will you need separate logins for each student. To learn more, click here. To access the PowerSchool Parent Portal, click on the PowerSchool icon on the left side of this page.
Nationwide, 7.5 million students miss nearly a month of school every year in excused and unexcused absences. Locally, 675 students missed more than ten (10) days of school during the 2014-2015 school year, and 673 students exceeded this ten (10) day mark in 2013-2014. Developing the habit of going to school regularly is critical to doing well in school, college, and on the job. Recently, the Franklin County Board of School Trustees approved a new attendance policy for the upcoming school year which limits the number of days, excused and unexcused, that student may be absent from school to nine (9). Click here to read more.
This fall, the Franklin County Community School Corporation will begin using School Messenger, a leading provider of notification services for parental outreach, emergency broadcasts, student attendance alerts and other communications for education. It is the school corporation’s goal to increase communication with families and to provide timely and accurate information whether it be a crisis situation or school closures due to inclement weather. Click here to read a full press release.
The School Transportation Association of Indiana (STAI) has recognized Lynn Edwards, Director of Transportation for the Franklin County Community School Corporation, with its 2015 Outstanding Service in Pupil Transportation Award. The award recognizes individuals who have contributed outstanding service within their school district, community or school transportation industry as a whole. Read more.
Elementary and Middle Schools
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July 28th 8:00am to 4:00pm
July 29th 8:00am to 4:00pm
July 30th 12:00pm to 8:00pm
July 31st 8:00am to 3:00pm
School Superintendent, Dr. Debbie Howell, is pleased to announce that Mrs. Jean Goins has been selected as June’s “Educator of the Month” for the Franklin County Community School Corporation. Mrs. Goins is currently a fourth grade teacher at Brookville Elementary. During her tenure at Brookville Elementary School Mrs. Goins has also taught third grade and kindergarten. Mrs. Goins received her degree in Elementary Education from Miami University. Her first teaching job was as a kindergarten teacher for the Southwest Local School District in Ohio. Mrs. Goins has three children of her own: Ellen, Joey, and Molly, and took a 10 year “sabbatical” from teaching to stay home with her family. Once she was ready to return to teaching, Mrs. Goins began her career in Franklin County. A grandmother nominated Mrs. Goins for this special recognition. Mrs. Goins taught both her granddaughters in fourth grade, as well as in kindergarten. She writes, “Mrs. Jean Goins excelled by going above and beyond the call of duty as a teacher doing so many things for her students. We not only saw this when she was a kindergarten teacher but now as a fourth grade teacher. Without a doubt, she is an inspiration to … Continue reading
Franklin County Community Schools are now accepting applications for non-resident enrollment. Come be a part of the BIG picture at FCCSC. We are Franklin County!