" Check out the WV Department of Education's Learn 21 site for grade-appropriate enrichment materials. Games, video, and more.READ MORE

 

Bell Schedule
Warning Bell 8:00
Lunch: PK 11:00-11:45
Recess: 4, 5 & 6 11:15-11:45
Lunch: 1, 2 & 3 11:15-11:45
Recess: 1, 2 & 3 11:45-12:15
Lunch: K, 4, 5 & 6 11:45-12:15
1st Bell Dismissal 3:00
Walker Bell &
Parent Pickup:
3:05
3rd Bell Dismissal 3:10

 
Greetings from the Principal The trophy cases display the many achievements of the FES students.
Upstairs hallway at Franklin Elementary School.

On behalf of the staff and students of Franklin Elementary School, I want to welcome you to our Web site.

Our PK-6th grade school, nestled on the hillside overlooking Franklin, is rich in tradition and culture. We have over 300 students and currently two classes per grade level, with a staff committed to serving the students of our community.

We feel fortunate to have a highly qualified staff, as well as a great student body and welcome new staff members and students to our school. We also appreciate our parent and community involvement and continue to look forward to working together for the success of our students.

Upon entering our school, we hope you feel welcome and find our school to be a safe, caring, and positive environment. It is our mission to work hard to provide success for all students.

Rick Linaburg, Principal
   



 

 

 

 

 

Kindergarten classroom at Franklin Elementary School.

Fundraiser for the new Franklin Elementary School!
We invite you to "Pave the way for our children's future". As we prepare to move into our beautiful new school, we are raising money for last minute needs. We want students and staff to walk into a safe, and well equipped learning environment. We need your help! We are beginning a brick campaign to sell engraved bricks that will be placed around the flag pole just to the left of the entrance at the new campus. You can purchase one or as many bricks as you like. CLICK HERE!
Vision Statement: Mastery for All
Mission Statement: Providing Children Success

Pendleton County has a new Community Foundation!
Click here for a link to the foundation! CLICK HERE!
Click here for a PDF copy of the handbook! CLICK HERE!
The New Franklin Elementary School is on track to open during the 2014-15 school year!
See pictures of the new school! CLICK HERE!
Click here for another link about the new school! CLICK HERE!
No Child Left Behind
Access the Franklin Elementary School Profile here. Includes Enrollment, Staffing Information, Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), What My Child Needs To Know (Content Standards And Objectives) and more.

School Location

Franklin Elementary School is located in the center of the rural, scenic community of Franklin, West Virginia, Pendleton's county seat. The area, known as the Potomac Highlands, is widely known for its tourist attractions as well as a great place for trout fishing, hunting and camping. The area is mainly agricultural with sheep, cattle, and poultry as the main sources of income. The school is nestled on a hill overlooking the town with the mountains as a scenic backdrop.


Student Drop-off and Pick-up Procedure  
Because of a new town ordinance, we have changed our procedures for dropping off and picking up students. READ MORE

To the Students at FES
You are now a member of one of the best elementary schools in West Virginia. Take pride in it. It is your home for seven hours a day for this year.

Here are a few ways you can use your school time to the best advantage, which will help you prepare for the middle and high school and future years.
   

1. Attend school regularly. Attendance is a key to good grades.
2. Arrive at school on time and arrive at all classes on time. Tardiness leads to many other problems.
3. Regularly and carefully prepare assignments.
4. Protect school property and equipment. Help students stamp out vandalism. Respect your school!
5. Support school activities as far as your time, interests and funds will permit.
6. Respect the rights and privileges of others.
7. Accept the responsibilities that come with citizenship at Franklin Elementary School.
8. Be a good sport — let your school spirit show through good sportsmanship at all events. Sportsmanship is the main theme of the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission and the main theme of the Pendleton County Elementary Athletic Policy.
9. Be a lady or gentleman at all times.
10. Adhere to all discipline measures at all times.
11. Academically strive to do your best in all content standards.
12. Academically strive to do your best on all state mandated tests (WESTEST).


Absences and Make-up Work

West Virginia State law is very explicit on student absences. Normally, students may not be absent from school except for personal illness, death in the family, or extreme hardship. Parents should phone the school office if a child is going to be absent for an extended period of time. Arrangements can be made for homework to be sent home, and in some cases homebound instruction. On returning to school, if a child's activities are to be restricted, a note from the family doctor stating the dates of restriction will be required. It is the student's responsibility following an absence to make the necessary arrangements with teachers for makeup work. This is modified somewhat for lower elementary students. Students who are suspected of being absent without a valid reason, will be referred to the county attendance officer. All FES students are governed by the Pendleton County School Board Attendance Policy. A copy of this eleven-page policy will be sent home with all students.

Truancy is defined as a student staying away or skipping school without leave. Lunch detention or after school detention will be assigned if a student is truant.


Early Dismissals

It is understandable that there will be times that a student must leave school before the end of the regular school day for doctor's appointments or other urgent family business. Parents should make a sincere effort not to schedule appointments for their children during school. However, when this is not possible, students will have to present a note written and signed by their parent, explaining why the student should be excused early. The parent should personally pick the child up from school by reporting to the school office. No child will be permitted to leave school with anyone other than the parent unless prior arrangements have been made between the parent and the school office. NOTE: Unless it is an emergency or an appointment, parents are asked to leave students in class until the school day ends.


Public Notice of Policy and Procedures on Accessibility
Franklin Elementary School
Pendleton County Schools assures that all programs and activities are accessible to persons with physical disabilities at Franklin Elementary School. This includes programs and activities for students and programs and activities attended by the public including parents, staff, and other community members. Any person, who has questions related to accessibility at Franklin Elementary School, should contract the principal, Mr. Linaburg.

 

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P. O. Box 848 • 81 Evick Drive
Franklin WV 26807
(304) 358-2206 • Fax (304) 358-7628
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