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Maureen Sabolinski
Superintendent of Schools
355 East Central Street; Suite 3
Franklin, MA 02038

Read about what is going on in the district in the Superintendent's newsletter, The Backpack Bulletin

Backpack Bulletin - September - 2010

Backpack Bulletin - December - 2010

Backpack Bulletin - November/December - 2011

Inclement Weather Information

Click here to find out how information is disseminated and how decisions are made in regard to inclement weather.

Fine Arts Academy

The Franklin High school has put forth a proposal for a Fine Arts Academy. To see the presentation to the School Committee on 12/8/09. . Click Here


Compare cold symptoms to H1N1 symptoms - Read More

CDC - Preparing for the Flu Read More

FPS Symptoms Flow Chart for parents Read More

Mandatory Education and Training Requirements - Implementation Procedures By April 2, 2010 and on a bi-annual basis thereafter, all municipal employees must be provided with a summary of the conflict of interest law. Every municipal employee is required to sign a written acknowledgement that he/she has been provided with the summary. Online training is also required and the online training and summary of the law can be found at:

See what goals and objectives are on the agenda for the 2010-2012 school years. Read the Franklin Public Schools:

District Improvement Plan

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education:

FY08 Per Pupil Expenditures with Comparison to State Average.


FHS Capital Projects

The above link is a historical look at the Franklin High School's Capital Projects over the last ten years.

Art 2009

The above link is to the Franklin Public Schools Art Department's, under the direction of Mike Caple, powerpoint presentation to the School Committee on January 13, 2009.

2010 Annual Report - Franklin Public Schools

The Annual Report is a permanent record of the town, reflecting the work of the various town departments each year. This excerpt features the school department's submission to the 2009-2010 Annual Report published by the Town Clerk.

Franklin High School - Feasibility Study

Franklin High School - Existing Conditions Summary

Education In The Media

"Education in the Flat World . . . Implications of Globalization on Education" by Dr. Yong Zhao


Education in the Media Archives

The following links are full of information about the Franklin Public Schools

The following LINKS are full of information about the Franklin Public Schools.  These links are updated often, so check back soon!


Online Calendar – Important dates throughout the district. Anyone can post an event! subject to approval

Online Calendar

School Calendars

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Bus Transportation Information

School Choice -

Unfortunately, due to limits in space and budgetary constraints, the School Committee has voted not to accept any School Choice Applicants.


Budget Presentations and Documentation

Budget Page


Professional Development – Explore all of the Professional Development opportunities being offered to our staff throughout the year.

Professional Development Website


Lifelong Learning – The Lifelong Learning Institute is the community education branch of the Franklin Public Schools. Lifelong Learning provides educational experiences for Franklin residents (and those from surrounding towns) from pre-school through retirement and beyond. To learn more, visit the website:

Lifelong Learning Website

MCAS Information

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Updated: November 22, 2011  

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