Franklin Jr. High School will remain closed through the end of the week as the district addresses the complete extrication of bats from the school’s campus. Students and staff will return to school at the normally scheduled time on Monday, February 25th. A schedule to recover instructional time lost due to recent school closings will be communicated to parents, students, and staff once school resumes.
School Closure: Thursday and Friday, February 14 and 15
Posted by District on 2/14/2019 1:00:00 PM
A series of recent bat sightings in and around the area of Franklin Jr. High School has led to the closing of school today. The school system’s maintenance personnel have been working to remove any bats seen inside the school and treat the areas to deter future entry.
School will remain closed on Friday, February 15,as a cautionary measure to allow maintenance staff to monitor the building before students return to class on Monday.
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