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18-19 FHS Football team

18-19 FHS Football team

Coach Calcote discusses handbook policy with 9th and 10th graders.

Coach Calcote discusses handbook policy with 9th and 10th graders. 

Teachers waiting for the crisis management planning meeting.

Teachers waiting for the crisis management planning meeting. 

Band at Christmas parade
Ms Monroe's class playing Kahootz using their phones and computers to review vocabulary to prep for the Biology state test.

Ms Monroe's class playing Kahootz using their phones and computers to review vocabulary to prep for the Biology state test. 

JROTC in Christmas Parade
students in Christmas parade
Human A&P students taking notes about body systems.

Human A&P students taking notes about body systems. 

9th and 10th grade students met in the auditorium to listen to Coach Calcote discuss handbook.

9th and 10th grade students met in the auditorium to listen to Coach Calcote discuss handbook. 

Franklin County High School football players building up their spirit.

Franklin County High School football players building up their spirit. 

JROTC learning about class requirements.

JROTC learning about class requirements. 

JROTC returning from the armory.

JROTC returning from the armory.

English II students progress monitoring to prepare for the state test in April.

English II students progress monitoring to prepare for the state test in April. 

Ashton Chaney competed in the Educators Rising's National Competition where he placed in the top 5 at state level.

Ashton Chaney competed in the Educators Rising's National Competition where he placed in the top 5 at state level. 

Students playing the drums at a game

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Remind text service ending for Verizon customers

From the Remind Team: We’re sorry to write with disappointing news. Recently, we learned that Verizon will be charging Remind a new fee that makes it impossible for us to continue supporting free text messaging for anyone who has Verizon Wireless as their phone carrier. Please read on for all the important details—we promise to keep this as short as we can. What’s happening? To offer our text messaging service free of charge, Remind has always paid for each text that our users receive or send. Now, Verizon is charging Remind an additional fee intended for companies that send spam over its network. Your Remind messages aren’t spam, but our efforts to resolve the issue with Verizon haven’t been successful. As a result, the Verizon fee will increase our costs of providing text messaging by 11X—pushing our annual costs into the millions of dollars. This isn’t financially feasible for us to support, and it’s forcing us to end Remind text messaging for everyone who has a wireless plan with Verizon. How will this affect you? Beginning January 28, 2019, the people in your classes who normally get your Remind messages as texts will no longer receive these messages if they have Verizon Wireless as their phone carrier. What can you do? To make sure people in your classes continue receiving your messages, ask them to download the mobile app or enable email notifications—both of which are free of charge. Our team’s also working hard on a solution that allows your classes to continue to use Remind by text, and we’ll share more details with you before January 28. In the meantime, we’ll keep fighting to make sure educators, students, and parents have access to effective communication. To do this, we need your help: If using Remind has made a positive impact in your classroom, at your school, or anywhere in between, please ask Verizon to reverse the fee here: www.remind.com/verizon-fee We’re very grateful for your support, and we’ll be in touch soon with an update. Sincerely, The Remind team
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Valentine's Deliveries

As of the 2018-2019 school year, Valentine's Day deliveries to students and staff will not be allowed. This is located on page 35 of the Franklin County School District Student Handbook. From the handbook: "Delivery of non-school sale items to students and staff for the celebration of Valentine's Day is prohibited. (Franklin County School Board Policy KK)"
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Congratulations to Franklin County School District

Franklin County has reason to celebrate, the 2017-2018 district's score is a hard earned "B". With a final score of 633/B the district scored higher than the surrounding districts in southwest Mississippi. According to Mr. Kent, district superintendent, this rating is a result of setting high standards and holding students accountable, as well as, the love and care that our teachers show their students. “The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” —B.B. King

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