Supt.'s Day Performances

At the annual convocation of Franklin Pierce School District staff on August 24, a band comprised of school district staff called the Supt. Troupe performed "Feelin' Good" for the 1,000 educators and educational support staff of the district. This year, Franklin Pierce High School senior Elizabeth Wallace performed lead vocals for the song. The crowd loved her performance!

Also at the convocation, the program started off with a performance of "Oye Como Va" by the Collins Elementary Marimba Band (under the direction of Mr. Mike Byrd) and the Supt. Troupe. The students got to perform in front of 1,000 people! The audience loved them!

What's Happening

salads served at Keithley Middle School
District farm vegetables served in student meals
Fresh, locally grown produce harvested from the district farm on 96th and Waller Road is making its way into school meals! Students from the district have field trips to the farm throughout the school year to learn about farming and assist with the different stages of vegetable production. The farm also benefits greatly from a partnership with Harvest Pierce County's Veggie Co-op which coordinates community volunteers who assist in the farm's operation.
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Bus Safety Basics
State Patrol Shares Important Safety Reminders For Drivers
Do you know when to stop for a school bus? Yes? No? Maybe? Find out by clicking the "Read More" link.
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Sport Pass
Season and Family Sports Passes Now Available
The Franklin Pierce School District Athletic Department has announced the availability of season and family sports passes. Passes can be purchased at Franklin Pierce High School or Washington High School. Click "Read More" to access pricing and order form.
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Superintendent's Message

September / October 2017
Welcome to Franklin Pierce Schools and the 2017-18 school year! We are excited by the return of the 8,000 eager young minds and the start of another eventful and productive year. Our 1,000 talented, caring, and committed teachers and support staff are ready to make the FPS Vision – “every student graduates from high school prepared to succeed in post-secondary education” – a reality. Achieving this vision requires everyone (i.e., parents, grandparents, friends, neighbors, business people, etc.) to join with us in supporting the educational success of our children. Never forget that our public schools are still the great equalizer that provide for the greater good of our children, our families, our community, and our Nation.
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