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Franklin Regional School District’s Music Education Program Receives National Recognition

Franklin Regional School District (FRSD) has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education from The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Now in its 21st year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students. Click on the link to read more on this outstanding recognition.
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New Attendance Procedures during School Closure

Franklin Regional School District is changing its attendance procedures during the school closure. Students should continue to log in and complete the FRSD Attendance Form one time during each day of instruction. This form is available on the FRSD website under the “Continuity of Education” button. To receive attendance credit, students may complete the form anytime during the scheduled school day and do not have to complete it before 10:00am. We are changing this procedure to try to be more flexible with the needs of our families. Please remember that students must log their attendance and complete their assigned work since these days count toward days of instruction. If you have any questions, please contact your building secretary or principal. Thank you and please continue to stay-at-home and practice social distancing!
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Broadband survey for Westmoreland County residents

Westmoreland County is working with regional partners to complete an analysis of broadband needs in the region. The study will inventory existing broadband assets, identify gaps in service, and develop a plan for improving connectivity throughout the region. As part of the study, a survey is offered to assess current levels of broadband service and needs.

The results of this survey will help guide Westmoreland County on how best to ensure that residents and businesses in the region have affordable and adequate access to broadband internet. Participation is important, as it will help support future grant applications that can fund improved broadband infrastructure. Click on the link above to view the survey links for businesses and residential.

Take the survey in less than 5 minutes by clicking on the link above.
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Early Credit Recovery for Seniors

Early Credit Recovery - for Seniors and parents of seniors in danger of failing courses needed for graduation. Kiski Credit Recovery is a 4 week course set to begin on April 27 and run through May 22.  

If you are a senior failing a course required for graduation first contact your teacher for an update on your grade or missing assignments.  Also, contact your counselor to determine if the course is needed for graduation.

click here to register for Kiski Early Credit Recovery
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