News & Announcements

Superintendent's Message & Return to School Plans for 2020-2021

Please review the message from the Superintendent and visit the links to access the Franklin Regional Health & Safety Summary, Reopening Plan, and to complete an important Parent Survey regarding your child's return to school. Also, please visit our web page for access to this information and more related to plans for the opening of the 2020-21 school year.
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Special Voting meeting on July 9, 2020, at 7:30 p.m.

The Franklin Regional Board of School Directors will be conducting a Special Voting meeting on July 9, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. In compliance with the guidance of Governor Tom Wolf’s Declaration of Emergency, these meetings will be online only and live-streamed at

Public comments including the sender’s name and home address should be sent to prior to Noon on July 9. All written public comments will be made part of the agenda; however, the District will redact the sender’s personal email address information from the public agenda and minutes (max. 500 words/4-minutes public comment).

A link will be available on the District’s website to provide the public with the opportunity to listen and view the meeting live. Additionally, the meeting will be recorded and a link to the recording will be placed on the District’s website under the School Board tab on the District’s main page.
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FR Commencement Postponed

After careful consideration, the make-up Commencement Ceremony scheduled for June 26, 2020, has been postponed until July 24, 2020. In accordance with the wishes expressed by our seniors, the Franklin Regional School District remains committed to holding a traditional ceremony in Panther Stadium for our graduating seniors and their families.

Though we strongly believe that our current plans could allow the District to appropriately social distance for this outdoor event and take the necessary health and safety precautions to protect those in attendance, this decision to postpone is a result of the current legal restrictions detailed in Governor Wolf’s process to Reopen Pennsylvania Plan. The Green Phase of this plan prohibits gatherings of more than 250 people.

After consultation with the District’s solicitor, violating these restrictions could result in a loss of insurance policy coverage for this event and serious legal consequences for our District and state-certified administrators.

Like most of you, the Board of School Directors and District staff are very disappointed and frustrated about being forced to further postpone this community celebration. The District’s administration and high school staff will continue our work to provide our graduates with an appropriate commencement ceremony befitting of the Class of 2020.
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Murrysville Tax Office Temporarily Closed


In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Keystone is following the CDC and Pennsylvania Health Department Guidelines on social distancing to limit the spread and exposure of coronavirus. As such, Keystone’s office located in the Municipal Building at 4140 Sardis Road must be temporarily closed to the public during this unprecedented time. You may check for updates on office opening via the website.
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