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Welcome to Franklin County Schools


280 Busha Road
Carnesville, GA  30521
706-384-4554 / 706-384-7472 FAX

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Public Notice

There will be a Federal Programs meeting on May 18, 2015 at 4:00 pm at the Franklin County Board of Education.  In discussion will be each Title Program and IDEA. Based on the information gathered, the school district will develop the Franklin County 2015-16 Comprehensive Local Education Agency (LEA) Implementation Plan (CLIP). Parent involvement public input is vital to the success of the Franklin County School System and we invite and encourage everyone to attend.



Parents: please take a moment to complete the Georgia Department of Education Parent Survey.

Click HERE to take the survey.





Due to closing out the end of the school year, students will not be allowed to charge breakfast and/or lunch the last two weeks of school (April 30 - May 14).

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Franklin County Schools will use the following media outlets to notify students and staff of school closings or delays.


Franklin County Schools Automated Calling System

Franklin County Schools Website



FC App

11 Alive News (Atlanta, GA)

Fox Carolina News (Greenville, SC)

WLHR Radio 92.1 FM

WNGC 106.1 FM




FCSS Calling System 

If you are a parent of a FCSS student and you are NOT receiving calls about school closings, please send your name, the name of your child, and your contact number to

To be removed from our calling system, please send an email including your phone number and that you wished to have your number removed to


The Franklin County School System App is available in the iTunes App Store and the Google Play store!

Click HERE to download









Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, all students born on or after January 1, 2002, and entering or transferring into seventh grade in Georgia, must receive a tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough) booster vaccination (Tdap) and an adolescent meningococcal vaccination (MCV4). The same applies for any students new to Georgia who are entering grades eight through twelve. This law affects all public and private schools including charter schools, community schools, juvenile court schools and other alternative school settings (excluding homeschool).

Make sure to follow Dr. Ruth O'Dell on Twitter!


Click below to check out Dr. O'Dell's latest blog!




Congratulations to Lavon Grizzle

Franklin County Teacher of the Year!





Mission Statement

The Mission of Franklin County School System is to educate and prepare all of our students to meet the highest state and national standards and to live and work successfully in a dynamic and challenging world.