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SRO Jackson Elected to the Board for the Ky Association of School Resource Officers

Advanced Officer and School Resource Officer Chris Jackson was elected to represent Region 2 on the Board for the Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers on Friday April 22nd. It's a tremendous honor for Franklin Police Department and Simpson County Schools to be represented.

The WKU ACT Summer Institute program covers skills needed for success on the ACT.

The ACT Test Prep Program consists of 20 hours of classroom instruction from an experienced instructor, together with additional practice problems and sample tests.  Our comprehensive program emphasizes all ACT test components: Test Taking Strategies, Question Formats, Math, English, Reading Comprehension, and Science Reasoning.

Mrs. Rachel Fairman as the new principal of Franklin Elementary

After a thorough selection process, the FES SBDM Council unanimously selected Mrs. Rachel Fairman as the new principal of Franklin Elementary.  Mrs. Fairman is very excited and honored to be our new FES principal. Through the assessment and selection process of the applicants for the position, she rose to the top!  She assumes her duties as principal effective immediately. 

Reminder for Students and Parents – BREAKFAST IS FREE

No more long drive thru lines….No more rushing around every morning fixing breakfast. Simpson County students, come eat Breakfast with us every day for FREE. 


Simpson County Schools is seeking interested parties for our district PEST CONTROL needs.
Bid packets with specifics should be picked up at the Simpson County Board of Education Central Office – front entrance from Kim Crabtree, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent. They will be available beginning May the 18th from 7:30AM to 4PM and should be returned to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese no later than Friday, June the 3rd at 12PM at which time they will be opened publicly. No decision will be made that day.

Simpson County Educator Named 2016 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellow

Franklin March 14, 2016—In recognition of commitment to geographic education, Sam Northern, a teacher-librarian at Simpson Elementary in Franklin was selected as one of the 2016 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Grosvenor Teacher Fellows. Every year, K-12 educators are encouraged to apply for this professional development opportunity that allows them to bring immersive geographic learning experiences back to their classrooms and communities. Mr. Northern is one of 35 highly respected educators from the United States and Canada to receive this honor.


(Franklin, Ky.) – Simpson County Schools is among 111 public school districts statewide that delivered on a pledge made five years ago to improve the college- and career-readiness of its high school graduates by 2015.

Kentucky Teacher spotlights Franklin-Simpson High School's Agriculture Program

Franklin-Simpson in the sweet spot of agriculture education! 

"Students in Franklin-Simpson High School's agriculture program scored higher than both the school and state average on last year's ACT." -- Brenna R. Kelly 


Simpson Elementary JAC National Winners

Riley DiGiuseppe and Ambrielle Glazebrook, students at Simpson Elementary have won for their stamp designs in the 2016 JAC art contest. Both girls were awarded first place for their entries at the local, state, and East Central Division levels. Riley DiGiuseppe won Honorable Mention at the National Level and Ambrielle Glazebrook won 2nd place at National Level. 

LES Student Art at Governor’s Derby Celebration

FRANKFORT, Ky. — (May 6, 2016) — Students in 32 Kentucky classrooms painted blankets that will adorn picnic tables May 7 as part of the annual Governor’s Derby Celebration in downtown Frankfort.

STEAM Showcase Tonight! Live Broadcast!

The 3rd Annual Simpson County Schools STEAM (Science • Technology • Engineering • Art • Mathematics) Showcase will be April 19th, 4:30 to 6:00 pm in the Franklin-Simpson High School Gym. The community is welcome to come see what great ways students at SCS are using their 21st century skills in the classroom. Refreshments will be served and live music will be performed.

Middle School Softball Tryouts

Franklin-Simpson Middle School softball tryouts will be held May 16, 2016 at the Lady Cat Softball Field. Tryouts will go from 3:30 to 5:30 and are open to any girl that will be entering the 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the 2016-2017 school year.

Aquabots Camp

Proudly sponsored by Harman, Aquabots camp is a 5 day Lego Robotics summer camp offered June 13th - June 17th.

2016 Franklin-Simpson FFA Banquet a Success

The dedication and hard work of Franklin-Simpson FFA members was put on display at their annual Banquet on Tuesday, April 26th. The typically bland cafeteria was transformed into a sea of blue and gold, filled with the voices of members, alumni, parents, and supporters. Not only does the Banquet allow members to have their efforts recognized, but also provides a time for friends and families to come together

Franklin-Simpson High School Ranks 13th

Kentucky's highest-ranked school is located in Louisville, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2016 Best High Schools List, which was released today

DuPont Manual High School in Old Louisville was the highest-ranked school out of 34 ranked in Kentucky, according to the report. Highlands High School in Fort Thomas finished second after ranking at the top last year. DuPont Manual was ranked second last year.

Project Graduation Meeting Tonight

Project graduation meeting tonight at 6 at high school library! We we will go over any final details tonight as well as a final push to get in more donations!! For those wanting to take part in this special event please make plans to attend as we will need a list of volunteers' names turned in for safety reasons as well as our committees needing to know who else may be willing to help!! We will also be ordering volunteer tshirts so we will need to get everyone's sizes tonight! 

The Simpson County Board of Education Accepting Sealed Bids

The Simpson County Board of Education is accepting sealed bids on the following: KEYBOARD

Bids must be submitted in writing to Chief Operations Officer, Amanda Deweese, no later than Monday, May 9th at 11:00 AM – bids will be promptly opened and the successful bidder will be notified by 3:00 PM on that same day.

Special Session on Monday, May 9th

The Simpson County Board of Education will meet in special session on Monday, May 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Office to discuss one item of business regarding the primary depository.
Please go to Login to KSBA's Portal and log in to view this meeting.

Monthly Technology Integration Newsletter

Technology tips, tools, and how-tos delivered to your inbox on the second Tuesday of every month.

Little Cats Days

Franklin Elementary is hosting again this year their Little Cats Entry Level Program. Program is open to children and parents new to the school for the 2016-2017 school year. At each meeting, parents may pre-register their child.


8th Grade Transition Information

Spring is an exciting time for our 8th graders as they plan for their future.  Within the next few months, students will gain valuable information and make many choices about next year and beyond.  The following lists all the events we have planned in order to make your child’s transition to the high school a positive one.

Square to Square Ride

Looking for some good-for-you fun this spring?  Get on your bikes and join us for Literacy's second annual Square to Square Ride on April 23!

We have a route for everyone, ranging from 6 to 62 miles.  Families can ride the 6- or 12-mile route for one registration fee.  Want a challenge?  Ride from the Franklin square to the square in Adairville on the 46- or 62-mile route.

Community Education Class Offered

Parenting the Love and Logic Way™

A six session parenting program designed by the Love and Logic Institute.

Independent Facilitator Debbie Wyatt


Inclement Weather School Closing Procedures




Lady Cat Softball Camp

The Lady Cats softball team will be holding a softball camp for girls ages 6-12. The money raised for this camp will benefit the Lady Cats this softball season. 

Dance Team Applications

Applications to try out for the 2016-17 FSHS Dance Team are available in the Franklin Simpson Middle school office and in the Franklin Simpson High School office.  Applications are due by Thursday, March 24. They can be returned to FSMS office or FSHS office.   No late applications will be accepted.  No faxed applications will be accepted.  Tryouts are March 28-March 31 3:30-5 and April 1 TBA.

FSHS Varsity Cheer Tryout Important Dates

Listed below are all the dates in conjuction with tryouts for the 2016-2017 FSHS Varsity Cheerleaders...

Job Fair at SKYCTC on Tuesday, March 22

The Franklin-Simpson Industrial Board and Kentucky Career Center will be offering a job fair at SKYCTC on Tuesday, March 22.  This is a great opportunity for seniors to take the next step toward a career and meet potential employers.  

National School Breakfast Week

March 7 - March 11

Join us Every Day for Prizes, Fun and Lots of Great Food! Remember Breakfast is FREE for ALL students!

WKU Dual Credit for ALL HS Students

WKU Dual Credit will again be offering UC 100 - College and Career Explorations, a course that is 100% online and is designed to help students learn more about themselves and possible careers that fit their goals for the future. WKU instructors will work with students to provide feedback to help them prepare for life after high school. 

Prom Experience

This is a free prom shopping experience for girls who want to go to prom and may not be able to afford dresses, etc.  The event is sponsored by Generation Church Outreach and is open to Simpson County and Sumner County students only.  

SCS Members Win Awards

Dr. Jim Flynn and Sabrina Bowen both won an award at this year's Annual Chamber of Commerce Dinner. 



Academic Team - District 8 Champs

The Academic Team competed in the KAAC District Competition this weekend and were named District 8 Champions. The Quick Recall team placed 3rd and the Future Problem Solving Team (Bailey Buckner, Preslee Kelly, Sidney Spears, and Teagan Strain) placed 1st. Tyler Patty placed 4th in Math and 2nd in Science. Jazmine Sevilla placed 3rd in Arts and Humanities and 5thin Science. Lilly Robertson placed 2nd in Language Arts. Tyler Eaton placed 1st in Math and 5th in Social Studies. Ryan Feckter placed 3rd in Science. Kenny Wayne Tuck placed 2nd in Social Studies. Chaze Vinci placed 3rd in Math. Jenna Robertson placed 4th in Language Arts. Teagan Strain placed 1st and Laura Tomas placed 5th in Written Composition. The team also received the Hume Sportsmanship Award. The team will advance to Regional Competition February 20 at Madisonville North Hopkins. Congratulations to the Academic Team!

SCS STLP Competes in Winter DPOJ

Simpson County Schools STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) recently turned in projects to compete in the Winter DPOJ Competition. 

The MIDDLE SCHOOL submitted 5 projects for competition.

The HIGH SCHOOL has submitted 24 projects for the STLP winter showcase projects.  

Authentic Chinese Cooking Class

Join the Simpson County Confucius Classroom in the Culinary Kitchen at FSHS Saturday, February 27, 2016.

Learn how to cook authentic Chinese cuisine. Don't miss the rare opportunity to submerse yourself in a different culture. Vegetarians and meat lovers welcome. There's something for everyone.

SCS Water Drive For Flint, MI

Simpson County Schools would like to invite the faculty, staff, students and community members to participate in a water drive for Flint, Michigan.

Parent Teacher Conference Schedule

Parent Teacher Conferences for Simpson County Schools schedule.

FSHS Celebrates 2nd Annual Heart Week

Franklin-SImpson High School students are participating in their 2nd Annual Heart Week. During the week students are invited to be a part of many in school activities. 


Chinese Classes Offered

Chinese Calligraphy class scheduled Saturday, February 6- 10am-12pm. Learn how to scroll Chinese Couplets in preparation of the Chinese New Year. Students will learn the art and history behind Chinese Couplets. Ages 14 to adult invited. Class fee: $5.00. Please call Community Education to register 586-3809.

Chinese Paper Cutting class scheduled Saturday, February 6- 1pm-3pm. Learn one of the most popular Chinese decorative handicrafts. As a reflection of its philosophical origins, paper cutting is as comprehensive as it is attractive. Ages 14 to adult invited. No charge. Please call Community Education to register 586-3809.

Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics

The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics is currently taking applications. Those interested are encouraged to complete and submit their application as soon as possible.  Deadline for applying is February 1, 2016.

Important Message

This afternoon it was brought to our attention that a FSHS student shared a post on social media referencing a threat toward Lincoln students. Upon further investigation, the original post was referencing a threat made on social media toward Lincoln High School in Warren, Michigan. A quick Google search will link you to news stories about this event.

Simpson County School Board saluted this month

Throughout this month of January, administrators, faculty, staff, students and community members of Simpson County Schools are publicly thanking the system’s elected board of education members during Kentucky’s observation of School Board Recognition Month

Host Families Needed for Visiting Chinese Students

Simpson County Schools once again will be host to visiting Chinese students who will attend FSHS for approximately one month beginning Monday, January 25th. Please help us welcome Zhi Ling (Steven), Li Haotian (Byrd Lee), Qi Hui Tang (Annie), Shuwen Xue (Summer), Xiangying Zuo (Emily), and visiting teacher Ms. Wang Hai Yan!

We currently need a host family(ies) for one or two of the female students. Host families will receive $20 per day/per student to assist with expenses during the students stay. Please contact Kim Moyers, 270-586-8877 or kim.moyers@simpson.kyschools.us, if interested in being a host family!

Operation Preparation Training
The Operation Preparation *Optional Training* that was scheduled for 4:00 pm today has been CANCELLED. If you have any questions please contact Robin Hollingsworth at (270)223-8092.
Monday, January 25

Schools will be closed Monday, January 25th

Donation received for FSHS Weight Room

Thank you to Harvey's Gym for the donation to be used toward weight room supplies at FSHS!  The generous support shown to our students and schools is greatly appreciated!

FSMS Competes at KYA

From KYA Sponsor Justin Mitchell:  We are on our way back from a very successful KYA (Kentucky Youth Assembly) this year. The conference had over 1100 students present and we walked away with 9 awards/distinctions! Please congratulate this students when you see them!

Attorney General Public Service Announcement Contest

Franklin-Simpson High School students Ben Byrum and Zach Tant are the winners of the 2015 Keep Kentucky Kids Safe public service announcement (PSA) contest.

Holiday Break - December 21-January 1

Simpson County Schools will be closed Monday, December 21 - Friday, January 1 for the holiday break. We wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

SCS STLP Competes at Regional

On Wednesday, December 2, 2015 students from each of the five schools competed in the  STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) Regionals hosted at Western Kentucky University. 

FSMS Takes First!

FSMS took 1st place overall at the 2015 6th Grade Academic Team Showcase on Saturday, December 5th. They also won 1st place in quick recall.

Bella's Books taking book donations for Monroe Carrel Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt

Hi, my name is Bella Robertson.  I want to share a project I'm working on called Bella’s Books.  It all started a little over a year ago.  I saw a commercial about children in the hospital.  It made me feel kind of sad. 

Later that day, as I was in my room I started thinking about how I love to read and how lucky I am to have a whole bookshelf full of books to choose from.  A good book can take you anywhere.  Once I start reading a good story, I don’t want to take my eyes off until the end!  I want the children in the hospital to have that same experience! They have to be there to get better, so why not enjoy the time.

That’s when my dream, Bella’s Books came to mind.  I can’t provide books for all the children I want to help by myself, but together we can.  I am asking each of you to bring in a new book to donate to Monroe Carrel Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

FSHS FFA Agronomy Team - 5th Place

Congrats to the FSHS FFA AGRONOMY TEAM for their 5th PLACE FINISH in the NATION during the 88th Annual National FFA Convention held in Louisville, KY on October 28 - 31!

Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs Application Process Videos Now Available

A series of videos are available to help students through the application process for the 2016 Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE) program. GSE is a three-week residential summer program for 9th, 10th and 11th graders.  The 2016 summer session is from June 12 - July 2 at Georgetown College. 

Outstanding Kentucky Student CEC Member of the Year Award

Congratulations to Crysta Hicks, FSHS SpEd teacher, for being named Outstanding Kentucky Student CEC Member of the Year.   The Outstanding Kentucky Student CEC Member of the Year award is the highest tribute the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children, KYCEC, pays a student member.

FSHS Agriculture Program Receives Top Scores

The Franklin-Simpson High School agriculture program has been called one of the top in the state.

Pictures from International Festival on Chinese Hanban website.

Pictures from Simpson County Schools' portion of WKU Confucius Institute's booths at the BG International Festival made the Chinese Hanban website.

Franklin-Simpson Hall of Fame Nominations Open

Nominations for the F-S Hall of Fame may be submitted by December 4th to the superintendent’s office located at 430 S. College Street, Franklin, KY 42134.  Nomination forms may be picked up at the Central Office or by going to the school district website at http://www.simpson.kyschools.us/ and clicking the Alumni tab and then Alumni News. 

Title IX Audit -- Public Form to be Held

As part of a Title IX on-site audit by the KHSAA, Kentucky High School Athletic Association, a public forum will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1st at Franklin-Simpson High School's campus library.

Host Families Needed for Chinese Students (Jan/Feb 2016)

Simpson County Schools once again has the opportunity to host Chinese students who would attend FSHS for approximately one month during January & February 2016

Schools Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

Simpson County Schools will be closed Wed., November 25 - Fri., November 27 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We wish you and your family a happy and safe holiday!

Channel 13 WBKO Poppy's Field Trip Race

Lincoln Elementary has been nominated in the Channel 13 WBKO Poppy's Field Trip Race! Please use the link provided to vote as many times as you can between now and noon on Monday, November 23rd. If they win, they are entered into a drawing for $2,000 to use toward student leadership initiatives and WBKO and Poppy will visit their school!



Chinese Cooking Class - Saturday, November 14

Community Education is hosting a cooking class where you can learn how to cook authentic Chinese cuisine on Saturday, November 14.  Don't miss this rare opportunity to submerge yourself in a different culture.  Class is open to all ages but anyone under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Fee: $10.00 per person, $20.00 per family of 3 or more. Pre-registration is required.

Contact Community Education at 270-586-3809 or email robin.hollingsworth@simpson.kyschools.us

You're invited to FSMS Parent Night -Tuesday, November 10th

FSMS Parent Night­­

Be Proactive!  Attend and learn valuable information about your child's STAR / K-PREP test results, and how students are tracking progress though their leadership notebooks. Individual Learning Plan accounts will also be discussed.

5:30pm- Dinner (sandwiches)




Earn points toward Elf Connection

It's not to early to start earning points to participate in the Elf Connection! Qualifying Classes: Must complete at least 50 points to be eligible for assistance.  Points must be completed by November 5, 2015.  Call to register for classes with Family Resource Center at 270-586-2007. 

Tuesday, November 3rd - General Election Day

Simpson County Schools will be closed on Tuesday, November 3rd. Faculty/Staff will report for a Learning Community Day (no students).

ArtShops and Governor’s School for the Arts Summer Program Information Now Available

The 2016 Kentucky Center Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) e-Brochure is now available online.  Interested students can apply for ArtShops and summer program auditions beginning October 1.

SCBOE approves the 4% Tax Rate excluding exonerations

Simpson County Board of Education approved the 2015-2016 tax rates for real and personal property during a special session held Wednesday, September 9, 2015.

24 Ashland Inc. Teacher Achievement Award Winners Named

Congratulations to Natalie McCutchen, Franklin-Simpson Middle School, for being named a recipient of the 2016 Ashland Inc. Teacher Achievement Award.

Amazing China - Performance at Lincoln Elementary School

Students at Lincoln Elementary enjoyed the Amazing China! presentation provided by WKU’s Confucius Institute. The performers were from the New York Chinese Traditional Art Center, and they demonstrated Chinese culture through Peking Opera and Face Changing performances.

Franklin-Simpson Chamber of Commerce After Hours

Please join us for the Franklin-Simpson Chamber of Commerce's After Hours at the Beasley House for Community & International Education on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 from 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Come tour the Western Kentucky University- Confucius Mobile Museum

Craft Academy and Morehead State University Open House

7th, 8th and 9th graders are invited to Morehead State University Open House on Saturday, October 17.

Registration will begin at 9a.m. in the Adron Doran University Center. An agenda will be available at that time.

Students will learn more about the Craft Academy, see the residence hall that Craft Academy students stay in, and have a tour of campus.

SCS host scholars from Sweden on Wednesday, September 16

Sofia Boo and Cecilia Sveider, teacher educators from Sweden, toured schools within Simpson County as part of their program sponsored by WKU College of Educational & Behavioral Sciences (CEBS) International Commitee.

Aquabots Camp Teaches Middle School Students STEM Skills with Robots

(Franklin Favorite article highlighed in national publication ASEE-First Bell.)

Aquabots Camp in Simpson County taught participating middle school students STEM skills by working with Lego Mindstorm Robots.  The camp was sponsored by Simpson County 4-H, Franklin Simpson Educational Excellence Foundation, and HARMAN.


Back to School Time Prompts Safety Reminders!

With the start of another school year, drivers are reminded to be on the lookout for students who may be walking or bicycling to or from school, waiting for the school bus or who have just exited the bus.

Franklin-Simpson Homecoming 2015

FSHS Wildcats vs Warren Central Dragons - Friday, October 2, 2015


Lil' Cat Cheer Camp - October 17, 8 a.m. - Noon

Cheer Camp and Game Day Performance -

Come show your WILDCAT spirit and get game day ready at the FS Lil' Cats Cheer Camp.

Transportation Department attends Change Management Seminar

Simpson County Schools' Transportation Department attended a seminar on Change Management at Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College facilitated by Dr. Milli McIntosh.

Parent Teacher Conferences - September 24 & 25

No school for students on Friday, September 25 as Simpson County Schools will be hosting parent teacher conferences.


High Attendance Day in Simpson County scheduled for Thursday, September 24

                Thursday, September 24 is designated as High Attendance Day for schools across the state of Kentucky. High Attendance Day emphasizes the importance of being an active participant in the educational process.  

                Regular attendance is essential for success in school. By attending class regularly, a student is more likely to keep up with the daily lessons and assignments, and achieve academic performance benchmarks on time. Research reflects that a child’s attendance record is one of the strongest single predictors of their academic success.

                In addition to academic success good attendance helps students develop the self-discipline, work ethic, and responsibility required to be college and career ready.              

Please take time this week to talk to your children about the importance of good attendance.

Informational Session on Drug Testing 9/17

Simpson County Schools will be having an informational session on the drug testing program Thursday, September 17th at 5:30 in the high school cafeteria.

Accepting sealed bids until 1:00 p.m., September 17

John Deere Reel Mower

Model 3235A

Accepting sealed bids until 1:00 p.m., September 17
  • Bus headlights and light covers
  • Bus mirrors
  • Air hoses and reels
Schools not in session Sept. 7 (Labor Day) and Sept. 8 (PLC Day)

Simpson County Schools will be closed on Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day.  Faculty and staff only (no students) will report for a PLC Day on Tuesday, September 8.

Have a happy and safe holiday weekend!

Tim Schlosser, Principal at Franklin-Simpson High School

(FRANKFORT, Ky.—) Tim Schlosser, principal at Franklin-Simpson High School (FSHS) in Simpson County was named the 2015 Kentucky School Administrator of the Year for building/school level administrators. 

Preschool Schedule


(Start & End Dates) 

Simpson County Schools-Open House Dates

Franklin Elementary - Tues., Aug. 4 - 5:30 p.m.

Franklin-Simpson Middle School - Tues., Aug. 4 - 6:30 p.m.

Franklin-Simpson High School/West Campus - Thurs., Aug. 6 - 6:00 p.m.(Freshman Orientation @ 2:00 p.m.)

Simpson Elementary - Sun., Aug. 9 - 2:00 p.m.

Lincoln Elementary - Mon., Aug. 10 - 5:00 p.m.

Simpson County Board of Education - Summer Hours



Congratulations to Dr. Milli McIntosh

Doctorate received June 26, 2015.


District Registration- July 28th & 29th

Guardian's, Keep an eye out for a new registration e-mail!

District Registration is scheduled at F-S High School campus on

Tues, July 28 (9:00-6:00) and Wed., July 29 (11:00-6:00)


New Design Competition

The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission opened a design competition for a National World War I Memorial in Washington, DC.  The Commission has been authorized by Congress to create the National World War I Memorial, in Pershing Park. The new National World War I memorial will be located on Pennsylvania Avenue, “America’s Main Street,” one block from the White House and overlooking the Capitol. The memorial will honor the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to country, of those who answered the call to serve.

KY Poultry Federation

Wed., July 29th - 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Franklin-Simpson High School Culinary Classroom

(Free class offered to youth ~ Learn to make omelets and crepes.)

Simpson County Schools-Central Office will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day.  Have a happy and safe 4th of July!

Career Craze Camp

Video games bring Franklin students back to school in summer.

SKYCTC-Franklin Campus

Accepting Sealed Bids - Storage Building

Bids must be returned by 9 a.m. on July 2, 2015

June is Internet Safety Month!

Tips to Ensure Online Safety and Summertime Fun

Franklin Garden Club

Garden Tour and Plant Sale

Saturday, June 13, 1:00-5:00

Hip Hop Dance Camp

"Dance Away from Bullying"

June 13, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Boys and Girls Club - Franklin, KY