District Events

Board Meeting
Date: 2/11/2015
Board Meeting
Date: 3/11/2015
End of 3rd Nine Weeks
Date: 3/13/2015
Early release, eligibility check date
Date: 3/13/2015, 1 PM
Spring Break
Date: 3/16/2015

District News

Substitute Training to be held January 28
Substitute Training will be held on Wednesday, January 28th at 9 am at the FISD administration building. Anyone interested in substitute teaching must complete the training. If you have any questions regarding substitute teaching at Franklin ISD, please contact Rhonda Payne at 979.828.1900
2015 Yearbooks on Sale
Capture the memories of the year and order a 2015 yearbook today. For a limited time, yearbooks for Franklin Middle School and Franklin High School are on sale for $50. There are 2 easy ways to order. You can go online to Balfour and type in our school name and order online with a credit or debit card. Or complete the attached form and return it to the school office. Contact Arlisa Hrncir at FHS, ahrncir@franklinisd.net, 979.828.7100 for further information. The Roland Reynolds Elementary yearbook is on sale now for $16 and may be ordered online or by returning the completed form to the RRE office.
Lion Passes for Sale
We have Lion Passes for Sale for all home athletic games. This excludes varsity football and tournaments.
Adults - $40
Students - $15
FHS Makes List of Best High Schools
An article from The Eagle newspaper recently reported that three Brazos Valley schools have made U.S. News and World Report's list of best high schools. The magazine reviewed data on more than 19,400 U.S. public high schools to compile the list. A&M Consolidated High School was 114 on the state list (1,096 nationally), and Bryan Collegiate High School came it at 134 in the state (1,370 nationally). Franklin High School was ranked 185 in Texas and 1,966 nationally.

The rankings were based on student-teacher ratios, schools' performance on state assessment tests and how well they prepare students for college. The School for the Talented and Gifted in Dallas was the top-ranked school in the country; the Dallas school district's School of Science and Engineering Magnet was eighth in the country. There were no other Texas schools in the top 10.
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