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Parents are valued partners in Franklin ISD, where we believe that successful learning is best achieved through collaborative partnerships with families. in addition to resources found on our website, parents are encouraged to contact their child's teachers and campus office for more information on opportunities to take an active role in your child's learning. 

Connect With Us! 

Franklin ISD uses several forms of communication to assist in alerting parents, families, students, and staff of important information. Below you will find a list of those forms of communication and how to access them. 
 
FISD Mobile App
Stay in touch with Franklin ISD by downloading our district mobile app. Download on your mobile device today and select yes to receive push notifications with the latest news and updates from the District. 
 
Social Media Accounts
Franklin ISD currently has social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The district communication team operates the social media profiles on behalf of the school district. These pages are updated frequently in order to exchange information with our community, celebrate the achievements of students/staff and communicate timely information. Find us on Facebook - Twitter - Instagram
 
SchoolMessenger App
Franklin ISD SchoolMessenger app gives busy parents, students, and staff a powerful way to stay engaged with Franklin ISD, and connect with each other. For notifications, you must have a valid email address on file with the school district. App features easy-to-read messages and push notifications.
 
Keeping Track of Grades 
By acquiring a txConnect account, you will be able to view your child(ren)'s grades and attendance. Parents of Franklin ISD students in grades 2-12 can use txConnect to access student grades, while all Franklin ISD parents (Kindergarten - Grade 12) can use txConnect to check and keep up with their attendance.

New txConnect User? - If you need to create an account, click here

 
The Parent & Family Engagement
The Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) is an official university-level research center at Texas State University. The TxSSC is tasked in Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code and the Governor’s Homeland Security Strategic Plan with key school safety initiatives and mandates. Specifically, the TxSSC serves as a clearinghouse for the dissemination of safety and security information through research, training, and technical assistance for K-12 schools and junior colleges throughout the state of Texas. In addition, the TxSSC also builds partnerships among youth, adults, schools, law enforcement officers, and community stakeholders to reduce the impact of tobacco on all Texans through prevention, training and enforcement initiatives.
Texas School Safety Center
TEA Assessment Resources for Students and Parents

On the TEA website you will find links to information and resources on:

  •  State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR)
  •  STAAR Alternate 2
  •  Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS)

 If you cannot find the answers you need, please contact the Student Assessment Division at (512) 463-9536



Texas Transition 
The Transition in Texas website is a project of the Texas Secondary Transition/Post-School Results Network in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency.   The network is comprised of representatives from each of the 20 Education Service Centers in Texas. The purpose of this website is to provide viewers with knowledge of the secondary transition process to facilitate student progress toward attainment of their post secondary goals.  On this site you will find resources for students, parents, educators and agency resources. 
Transition and Employment Guide

Underage Vaping. What you need to know.

Franklin ISD, like many other school districts, has seen a recent increase in student vaping. The
numerous negative effects of vaping warrant all of us at Franklin ISD to take the issue very
seriously. Vaping is not only against school policy; it is also dangerous for a person’s health.
Unfortunately, there is varying information and misunderstanding involving vaping and
electronic cigarettes in circulation. We hope to inform you on the issue and to share some
resources to help you separate fact from fiction.

Health Insurance Marketplace information can be downloaded below.