Franklin Special School District's Dr. David Snowden was announced as the 2024 Superintendent of the Year by the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents on September 10, 2023, at its annual convention in Gatlinburg
FSSD has been awarded a Healthy Meals Incentives grant in the amount of $130,000 from Action for Healthy Kids (AFHK) to support efforts to fulfill a goal of feeding students with healthy meals cooked from scratch in the district's multi-year effort to improve the nutritional quality of school meals.
The Tennessee Department of Education has selected Franklin Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Sondra Wilson-Martin as the Middle Tennessee Grand Division winner in the Teacher of the Year contest, sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Education.
Thank you, Williamson County! We’re thrilled to announce that the Franklin Special School District is the winner of the Tennessean’s 2023 Best of Williamson County Community’s Choice Awards for Best Employer (over 500 Employees).
The Franklin Special School District has had some administrative shifts over the summer and is excited to announce the new school and district administrative leaders who make up the class of 2023-2024.
The Franklin Special School District is proud to report that FSSD students continue a long history of outperforming the state in every grade level and subject area based on the 2022-2023 TCAP test data released July 17. In fact, similar to last year, the district outperformed the state's proficiency percentage (also called success rate) by double digits in every core content area.
Two long-time FSSD assistant principals, Dr. J.P. Orman and Dr. Amanda Muniz, have been selected by Director of Schools Dr. David Snowden to step into the principal roles.
Franklin Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Sondra Wilson-Martin is one of nine finalists for the 2023-24 Tennessee Teacher of the Year award, the Tennessee Department of Education announced on June 8.
In 2023, 70% of Franklin Special School District third graders scored proficient or above on the TCAP English language arts (ELA), as compared to the state average of 40% proficient. This represents a 14% increase in scoring over last year!