News & Announcements

Grab n Go Meal Reminder for 4.28.20

Remember to fill out your meal request online form (located under the Food Service Department tab on the FRSD website) no later than 5 p.m. the day prior to food pick-up. We want to have enough for everyone who needs a meal!
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Murrysville Living will be publishing a GRADUATE edition

ATTENTION SENIORS

Murrysville Living will be publishing a GRADUATE edition
with a deadline of May 25th.

Murrysville Living wants all seniors in our neighborhoods included in this special publication.

Just take five minutes and do it now!! Be included!! You deserve it!

Please ANSWER the questions (or most of them) by clicking on the link. Be sure to include three (3) high-resolution photos. (Your phone photos are fine at their highest resolution.) Senior pictures, informal pics, whatever you’d like.
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Curriculum Committee Meeting Notice

The Franklin Regional Board of School Directors will hold a Curriculum Committee meeting on April 27, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. In compliance with the guidance of Governor Tom Wolf’s Declaration of Emergency, the meeting will be online only. The link to the meeting agenda will be available for review on the District’s website 48 hours prior to the meeting.



Public comments including the sender’s name and home address should be sent to dwolf@frsdk12.org prior to Noon on April 27, 2020. All written public comments will be made part of the agenda; the District will redact the sender’s personal email address from the public agenda and minutes (max. 500 words/4-minutes public comment). The meeting will be recorded for the public to review 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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Finance Committee Meeting Notice

The Franklin Regional Board of School Directors will hold a Finance Committee meeting on April 24, 2020, at 1:30 p.m. In compliance with the guidance of Governor Tom Wolf’s Declaration of Emergency, the meeting will be online only. The link to the meeting agenda will be available for review on the District’s website 48 hours prior to the meeting.



Public comments including the sender’s name and home address should be sent to dwolf@frsdk12.org prior to Noon on April 24, 2020. All written public comments will be made part of the agenda; the District will redact the sender’s personal email address from the public agenda and minutes (max. 500 words/4-minutes public comment). The meeting will be recorded for the public to review 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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FRSH Named Best High School by US News & World Report

Franklin Regional Senior High School (FRSH) is a 2020 Best High School, based on rankings that U.S. News & World Report published on 4.21.20.

By earning a national ranking in the top 40%, Franklin Regional Senior High School achieved status as a U.S. News Best High School and gained eligibility to display a U.S. News-trademarked 2020 Best High Schools award “badge” (logo).
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Strive Virtual College Fair is a FREE event

ATTN: High School Parents:
Strive Virtual College Fair is a free event and is recommended by PHEAA. Connect with over 300 colleges/universities - visit with admissions officers and sit in webinars. Morning and evening sessions are available.

Strive Virtual College fair is recommended by PHEAA. Connect with over 300 colleges/universities - visit with admissions officers and sit in webinars. Morning and evening sessions are available.

April 20 - May 8, sit in on live panels, explore colleges and connect with admissions officers.

Click here to register and explore the offerings.
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Changes to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) during COVID-19 Outbreak

Several temporary changes to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) during the COVID-19 outbreak will ensure children have access to medical services and can be screened or receive treatment for the virus.

Under the changes, families will not be denied or removed from CHIP coverage for administrative or financial reasons, including being unable to provide proof of income. In addition, families will not be charged a copay for COVID-19 screening, testing or treatment.

Families are still responsible for copays for services not related to COVID-19, as well as premium payments, if applicable.
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