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Jenna Long signs soccer scholarship to Copiah Lincoln Community College.

Jenna Long signs a soccer scholarship to Copiah Lincoln Community College. 

JROTC compete and win two second place trophies at Ocean Springs.

JROTC compete and win two second place trophies at Ocean Springs. 

bulldog statue
Katie Belle Higgs signs a soccer scholarship to Southwest MS Community College.

Katie Belle Higgs signs a soccer scholarship to Southwest MS Community College. 

Senior Night- JROTC seniors represent various activities where they also participate.

Senior Night. Presentation of the Colors by JROTC seniors. 

Battle of the Classes during Homecoming.

Battle of the classes during homecoming week. 

Photography Class Hall Exhibit

Photography Class Hall Exhibit

Cadets complete landscaping service project at the JROTC Armory.

Cadets complete landscaping service learning project at JROTC Armory.

Lady Basketball Team- District Champs

Lady Basketball Team- District Champs

Festive Flannel Day as we prepare for winter break.

Students dress for Festive Flannel Day as we prepare for winter break. 

Picture of the hall

Home of the Bulldogs!

Jessie Shorts signs football scholarship to Copiah Lincoln Community College.

Jessie Shorts signs football scholarship to Copiah Lincoln Community College. 

Disney Day during Homecoming.

Disney Day during Homecoming. 

Painting a paw
Bully the bulldog

Bully!

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Bulldog football 2019-2010

The Swamp

The Swamp

Girls basketball

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Emergency Broadband Benefit Click Here for More Info

The Franklin County School District is working to help build consumer awareness about the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program. The temporary benefit will help to lower the cost of broadband service for eligible households during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.

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