mission of the John F. Kennedy School is to enable, encourage,
and challenge every student to continue the pursuit of lifelong
learning by providing a safe, nurturing, and enjoyable academic
environment. Through the collaborative efforts of staff,
parents, and community we strive to help each student become
a confident, responsible, and active citizen of an ever-changing
F. Kennedy Memorial School
Franklin, MA 02038
Mr. Michael Konosky, Principal
Mrs. Hadjigeorgiou, Assistant Principal
For your enjoyment JFK webpages have music accompaniment.
Click here if you
cannot hear Beethoven's 5th Symphony. If you prefer to not
hear the music click here
to find out how to shut the sound off on your computer. SHOCKWAVE
To view all the new fancy dancy interactive internet website
annimations you may need to install Macromedia Shockwave
on your computer, particularly when playing the interactive
math games linked to this website. If, for example, the
math games download but do not work, most likely you need
to download and install Shockwave. Shockwave is a free software
and easy to install on a Mac, or Windows computer. When
you visit the Macromedia site it will automatically read
your computer and offer to download the appropriate software
(Mac or Windows version). If you need Shockwave click here
and then click on Macromedia Shockwave Player to download
and install. WINDOWS HELP SITE If you are having problems with your Windows computer
operating system software and need help look no further.
to access the Microsoft Help Center. Search the Microsoft
Knowledge Base of technical support information and self-help
tools for Microsoft products.
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without education is like silver in the mine."
- Benjamin Franklin