Any 4th-7th grade families who are interested in learning more about the Franklin Special School District Honors Program in grades 5-8 are encouraged to visit the FSSD Honors Program online and find updated information and presentations for the 2023-24 school year.
The Franklin Special School District invites preschoolers between four and five years old to enroll in our Preschool Positive Peer Role Model Program for the 2023-2024 school year. The FSSD school-based preschool program meets the needs of three- to five-year-old children who have developmental delays as well as positive peer role models without delays.
The Franklin Special School District’s Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten program is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year! Voluntary Pre-K helps children prepare for kindergarten socially, mentally, emotionally, and physically, at no cost to families who meet eligibility requirements.
Franklin Special School District is in the process of reviewing and adopting math textbooks and instructional materials for the 2023-24 school year, and the district is inviting community members to participate.
Beginning this Saturday, January 21, through February 5, artwork by FSSD students will be exhibited in a Multi-District School Art Show at the Frist Art Museum, located at 919 Broadway in Nashville.
The Franklin Special School District's newest renovation project at Poplar Grove Elementary and Middle was recently recognized as the Tennessee School Boards Association 2022 School of the Year for Excellence in Architectural Design.
With the release of accountability data for the 2021-22 school year, the Franklin Special School District is proud to announce that the following schools received Reward School status from the Tennessee Department of Education:
• Franklin Elementary
• Moore Elementary
• Poplar Grove Elementary
The Franklin Special School District is proud to be among the top 10 highest performing school districts in Tennessee based on the 2021-2022 TCAP achievement scores. In looking at the TVAAS growth scores, the FSSD achieved Level 5s in science and social studies, a Level 3 in literacy, and room to grow with a Level 1 in math.
After working diligently for three months to create a budget that included a 4% cost of living increase for all employees with no tax increase, the FSSD Board of Education passed the 2022-2023 budget on July 25.