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Making Summer Count

Learn about the latest happenings in FMSD's Summer Programs. Click here

Enroll Your Child in Transitional Kindergarten (TK)

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CCA Receives Gold Ribbon Award

Students Attend Sister-to-Sister Conference

Female students from Santee, Dahl, and Bridges Academy attended this conference focused on anti-smoking/drug prevention, cyber bullying/social media, health issues, self-image issues, and a chance for girls to meet and discuss problems with licensed health professionals. 

Dream. Believe. Achieve.  

Uniting Talent with Opportunity

Signing bonuses for Special Education Teachers and graduate degree incentives. 

Latest News

Summer Programs Underway at Franklin-McKinley School District

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Summer programs are in full swing at Franklin-McKinley School District. Several hundred students are participating in summer literacy, math, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Kinder prep. and physical fitness programs. Click on Read full story to learn more about what is happening this summer in FMSD.

No Child Goes Hungry This Summer: FMSD Offers FREE Food Program

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With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about how children who receive free or reduced-priced lunch in school will eat healthy while school is out. Franklin-McKinley School District provides free meals to children during the summer. Click on Read full story to learn more about the District's FREE breakfast and lunch program.
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Upcoming Events

Facilities Tour

Time: 8:30 AM – 12 PM
Location: DSC Media Center
Aug 12
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Mission Statement

The Franklin-McKinley School District will ensure all 8th grade student graduates have the skills and knowledge to be ready for a college preparatory curriculum in high school. They all will have the ability to pursue a program preparing them for university and/or careers and lifelong learning.