360 Cedar Street
Duncan Falls, OH 43734
January 12 - January 16
January is Board Appreciation Month. We thank all of the Board members for their service to Franklin Local School District. Please send your thanks to them. Their email addresses are located
We welcome Scott Paul to Franklin Local as our new Treasurer! FLSD has not deficit spent in over 20 years. Mr. Paul's goal is to continue that tradition!
Thank You to Lindsay Rayner, Linda Campbell, and Traci Ehrick for volunteering your time to help out with the FLSD Oral Spelling Bee. I am proud to report that PJH 6th Grader Holly Sealover earned a First Place finish!!! Congrats to all of the students who qualified!!!
THANK YOU to Mel Williams for all the time and effort you have put into 2015's edition of 6th Grade Camp; you do a tremendous amount of work behind the scenes to make this possible... GREAT JOB!!!
Thanks to Mr. Beardsley, Mr. Walden, and Ms. McDermott for getting up for the past 2 weeks and checking our district roads (around 4 a.m.)...not many people realize the time required to ensure our students safety anytime winter weather strikes, a lot of miles are covered on less than favorable roads… I think I speak for everyone when I say, I hope you are done for the year!!!
GREAT JOB to Jody Holland, Dan Barnhouse, and Kyle Wilson for all your hard work keeping our sidewalks and stairs cleared during our snowy last few weeks. While we may not have had school, we still had a variety of people in and out of the building and you did a SUPER job staying on top of things. Also, thanks to Bob Blake and Keith Bell for clearing our parking lots!!!
Mrs. Williams' 6th Grade Math students did a really neat prime factorization activity using Ohio State football players' numbers. What a GREAT way to get kids excited about Math...and a National Championship!!!
Andrew Rush and Jarrett Reed took part in the district spelling bee on Tuesday.
Congratulations to Jarrett Reed for earning second place!
Thanks to Mrs. Pettit and Mr. Lundell for having the parking lots ready to go in spite of the snow, ice and bitter cold temperature.