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Rebecca Gallogly being sworn into office
Rebecca Gallogly Officially Joins Franklin Pierce School Board, Cole Roberts Re-elected
12/14/2017
Rebecca Gallogly, a resident of Franklin Pierce Schools for the past three decades, was elected to a 4-year term on the Franklin Pierce School Board of Directors in the general election held on November 7, 2017. At the regularly scheduled Franklin Pierce School Board meeting on December 12, Ms. Gallogly was officially sworn into office. Also re-elected to the Franklin Pierce School Board of Directors was Mr. Cole Roberts, who won his fifth 4-year term with 66% of the vote in that contested race.
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Winterfest
Winterfest serves 1,087 kids
12/12/2017
1,087 kids from 289 families in the Franklin Pierce and Bethel School Districts participated in this year's Winterfest on Saturday, December 9. The event included fun games and activities for kids, community resources, a musical performance by the Keithley Middle School band, free books and toys, free coats, and more. Thank you to the 350+ volunteers and many donors who came together to continue this wonderful community tradition of bringing families together to share in the holiday spirit!
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PGK Electives Showcase and Community Dinner
11/22/2017
Keithley Middle School hosted their Electives Showcase and Community Dinner on Tuesday, November 21. The event included performances by their guitar and band classes, artwork on display, video productions, AVID information, medical detectives demos, leadership students as servers, and more!
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Superintendent's Message

Hewins
November / December 2017
10/25/2017
The staff and students of Franklin Pierce Schools have been hard at work since our opening day on August 29th. Without interruption or distraction, our schools have remained focused on what we are paid by our public to do – educate our kids. We are not without our challenges, but Franklin Pierce Schools are on a continuous cycle of becoming the best they can be - one day and one child at a time. In a period of much economic distress and turmoil throughout the world, our nation, state, and local community, I am hoping that it is comforting to you that our schools continue to do the best possible job of providing a quality education for all of our children. There is no better long-term economic investment for our state and country than ensuring strong public schools.
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