Our departments provide district-wide support to all schools in the Franklin Local School District. If you are unable to locate information about a specific question, please contact the Administrative Offices at 740-674-5203.


The Superintendent’s Office administers the planning, delivery, assessment, and ongoing improvement of district operations.

Assistant Superintendent

The Assistant Superintendent’s Office is responsible for maintenance of the District’s buildings and grounds. Additional responsibilities include safety and security policy and outside group use of facilities.


The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the finances of the district. The Treasurer’s Office strives to handle district finances in a fiscally responsible manner to optimize the greatest benefits to the district’s students and community members. The Treasurer’s duties include accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, forecasting, coordinating audits, purchasing, payroll, and employee benefits.


The Office of Curriculum and Instruction provides support to the district and schools in the areas of curriculum, instruction, assessment, professional development, and educational services to serve the educational needs of all students and to ensure all students are college and career ready. District and building goals demonstrate a strong commitment and dedication to building an academic foundation for future success for all students.

Special Services

The Special Services Department serves students who have been identified as having disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA 2004). Services are provided in accordance with Ohio’s Operating Standards for Children with Disabilities and the Special Education Model Policies and Procedures.


The Technology Department is responsible for district network, hardware, software, and help desk services. The Technology Department works closely with the Curriculum and Instruction Department to support student learning through the effective use of technology.


EMIS is the statewide data collection system for Ohio’s primary and secondary education. Staff, student, district/building, and financial data are collected through this system. Staff data include demographic, attendance, and course information. Demographic, student attributes, attendance, program, course, and test data are submitted to ODE at the student level. General school district and school building data, including financial data, are also reported through EMIS.

Food Service

We are pleased to offer “universal breakfast” for every student, each school day of the year, regardless of income. Giving students breakfast prepares them for each day’s learning opportunities. We understand that high performing schools pay attention to the whole child to improve the quality of life for our students and community members.


Bus service to and from school, field trips, athletic activities, and school related events.