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  • FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL

    1401 Cynthia Street

    Franklin, LA 70538

    337-828-0143

    Ty Burdett, Principal

    Terry Duchane, Assistant Principal

Franklin High School News

  • 4-H Annual Blood Drive

    Posted by Allyson Billodeau on 3/18/2019

    The 4-H Club's annual blood drive will be held on March 26th from 8:00-12:00

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  • FFA Annual Plant Sale

    Posted by Allyson Billodeau on 3/11/2019

    FFA Plant Sale March 23rd

    7am-12 and 3pm-7pm

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  • Graduation Fee

    Posted by Allyson Billodeau on 2/18/2019

    Graduating Seniors you must pay your $35.00 graduation fee in the main office during lunch break only. The deadline to pay this fee is March 15th.

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  • Franklin Sr High school remains a "B" School

    Posted by Allyson Billodeau on 11/5/2018

    St. Mary Parish continues to recognize Franklin Sr. High School for it's "B" letter grade ranking.

    Click here to read the SMPSB press release. 

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  • PARENT SURVEY TITLE 1

    Posted by Allyson Billodeau on 9/7/2018

    PARENTS, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY.

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  • News Archives

    Posted by Franklin High School on 8/1/2016

    For past news please visit the "News Archive" page.

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SMP CyberSAFE

  • FEMA Disaster Fraud

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 2/7/2018

    If you've been affected by a recent natural disaster, has someone called and asked you to verify your FEMA registration?

    Multiple complaints have been filed by people who have been scammed by thieves pretending to be employees of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  These include survivors from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as victims of the California wildfires.

    • Victims have received phone calls asking them for personal information--even though they didn't apply for FEMA assistance.
    • When victims do try to apply for FEMA assistance, they discover that someone has already applied using their names because they receive a "verification error."
    • People claiming to be FEMA inspectors have been asking to gain entry to damaged homes. These individuals wear a shirt or jacket with the FEMA name, but they do not possess a FEMA photo ID badge.
    • Inspectors ask for money before starting an inspection. (Federal and state workers will never ask for or accept money.

    If you or someone you know may have fallen victim to or have knowledge of these types of frauds, visit the FEMA Disaster Fraud page for more information.

    Source: FEMA impersonators and identity theft

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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 1/13/2016

    CyberSAFE
    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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