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Brandi Hayes

Laura Pewitt

Important Documents

FSSD Pre-Kindergarten Information

FSSD Pre-Kindergarten Information (Spanish)

Pre-K Class
Laura Pewitt, Teacher
The Pre-K Class is offered to 4 year old children who qualify. Pre-K students must be 4 years old by August 15. Students must meet ONE of the following qualifiers:

  1. Children who come from Low income/ poverty. (The family would qualify for the Free/Reduced meals program.)
  2. ELL: English Language Learner. (English is not the first language in the home.)
  3. The child currently has an IEP. (An Individualized Education Plan.)

Blended Preschool Class
Brandi Hayes, Teacher
The Blended Preschool Class is different from Pre-K and is a separate program. The Preschool Blended Class is for students aged 3 – 5 years old. This class is designed for students with special needs and IEPs, but also includes some typically developing 4 year olds who serve as peer “role-models” in the classroom.

Gentry After Care Program
The Pre-K and Preschool classes close each day by 2:00 pm. Gentry’s after-care and tutoring program begins at 2pm for students who may need aftercare.

Kindergarten Supply List 2020-2021


  • 1 LARGE backpack
  • 1 vinyl kindergarten mat-please get the thin red and blue. Thicker ones do not fit in cubbies.
  • 4 Boxes of 24 Crayola Crayons
  • 10 Elmers Glue Sticks
  • 1 bottle Elmers white glue
  • 1 Fiskars Scissors-others do not cut well
  • 2 plain spiral bound 70 page notebooks
  • 1 box of 10 Crayola markers
  • 1 package of 4 or more Expo dry erase markers
  • 1 small package of wooden yellow #2 pencils
  • 1 box Ziploc bags–boys bring gallon or quart, girls bring snack or sandwich
  • WISHLIST—Clorox Wipes, Hand Sanitizer, Electronic Cleaning Wipes

What you need to know about Kindergarten:

  • What should my child wear? Your child should wear tennis shoes everyday. If girls wear dresses or skirts, please make sure they have shorts on under their dress. Children have P.E. and recess everyday!
  • Always keep an extra set of pants and undergarments in your child’s backpack, just in case!
  • Each child needs a healthy snack every day. Due to food allergies, please do not send nut products. Your child’s teacher will make the class aware of any allergies that classmates might have.
  • Please check your child’s home folder everyday. Any notes, homework, and other papers are sent home in the folder. If you are sending lunch money, field trip money, or money for any other reason, please place the money in an envelope or ziploc baggie labeled with your child’s name and lunch number.
  • Please follow parking lot directions.
  • Please mark the home folder EVERY DAY for how your child is getting home.

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Colleen Hooper

Lindsey Lowery

Katie Milliken

Drew Wilkerson

Important Documents

First Grade Supply List, 2020-2021
First Grade Supply List 2020-2021, Spanish

First Grade Supply List, 2020-2021
Please do not put your child’s name on the following items. These will be shared among all of the students:
● 2 – boxes of 24 Crayola crayons—regular colors
● 1 – pair of child’s scissors (Fiskars brand)
● 12 – glue sticks
● 1 – HALF-INCH (1/2”) white 3-ring binder with clear insert on front cover
● 2 – packages of 10 Crayola markers
● 24 – sharpened pencils (Ticonderoga brand preferred)
● 2 – blue or orange plastic folders with brads and pockets
● 1 – package of regular dry erase markers (EXPO ONLY)
● 2 – packages of skinny dry erase markers (EXPO ONLY)
● 2 – composition books (solid or speckled cover only)
● 1 – headphones that cover ears (not buds)

Wish List (Optional Items):
● A package of kids XL white crew neck undershirts (these will be cut for an activity)
● Clorox Wipes
● Ziploc Bags – gallon or 2-gallon size
● Colored & White Card Stock
● Clear plastic page protectors
● Roll of masking tape
● Large bags of nut-free candy to use as rewards (M&Ms, Skittles, Hershey Kisses, etc.)



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Christy Crumpton

Takkia Easley

Alice Irvin

Hannah Pesta

Important Documents

2nd Grade Supply List, 2020-2021
2020-21 2nd Grade Supply List, Spanish

2nd Grade Supplies, 2020-2021

Please do not put your students name on any of these items!

  • (2) Packs of regular size Pencils, Sharpened (These brands work well: USGold Natural*, Ticonderoga* & Dixon*)
  • (4) 24 count box of Crayola* crayons
  • (1) Pack Crayola* Washable Markers (NO skinny markers, please)
  • (1) Fiskar Scissors
  • (2) Plain Solid colored Spiral Notebooks (wide ruled only)
  • (12) Elmer’s* Glue Sticks
  • (2) Plain Solid colored Mead* 5 Star Plastic Folders with pockets/brads
  • (4) Plain colored paper folders with pockets/brads (one of each color: red, yellow, blue, green)
  • (1) Pack of Cap Erasers
  • (1) Pack of EXPO* Thin Dry Erase Markers
  • (1) Pack of WIDE-RULED Loose Leaf Paper
  • (1) Plastic Ruler
  • (1) Big, Rectangular Eraser
  • (1) Pack of Windex Electronic Wipes

Wish List: We will also be using these items daily.

  • Lysol Wipes
  • Ziploc Bags (snack, sandwich, quart, gallon, 2 gallon)
  • Anti-bacterial gel

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Jessie Gholson

Whitney Holland

Kim Matthews

Karisa Stinson

Important Documents

3rd Grade Supply List, 2020-2021
2020-21 3rd Grade Supply List, Spanish

Important Links

Reflex Math

Reading Tizmos

Math Tizmos


Every week students will need to complete their math packet (due Thursday), read 20 minutes each night, and study spelling words each night. You can go to to review spelling words.  

3rd Grade Supplies, 2020-2021 All supplies will be communal. PLEASE DO NOT put your name on ANYTHING!

  • 60 sharpened #2 pencils
  • 3 packs of pencil cap erasers
  • 4 boxes of colored pencils
  • 1 box of thick markers
  • 2 boxes of thin markers
  • 2 boxes of crayons
  • 2 highlighters (any color)
  • 1 pack of dry erase markers (thick or thin)
  • 1 pair of children’s scissors
  • 20 glue sticks
  • 5 composition notebooks (no spirals, please)
  • 4 plastic folders with prongs
  • 1 pair of headphones
  • 1 white 1 inch binder with clear pockets

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Sarah Clausen

Rebecca Granstaff

Suzie Johnson

Michelle Rigney

 Important Links

Reflex Math

Important Documents

4th Grade Supply List, 2020-21
2020-21 4th Grade Supply List, Spanish

4th Grade Supplies, 2020-2021
  • Large pencil box or zipper pouch
  • 48 pencils (Ticonderoga, Dixon, and US Gold Natural work well)
  • 2 packs cap erasers
  • 1 small hand-held pencil sharpener
  • 4 packs of Crayola* colored pencils
  • 2 packs of Crayola* markers (1 thick and 1 thin)
  • 1 pack of Crayola* crayons
  • 1 pair Scissors
  • 6-8 Elmer’s* glue sticks
  • 2 black Sharpie markers
  • 2 highlighters (yellow and color of choice)
  • 4 Expo* dry erase markers (different colors)
  • 4 composition notebooks (plain covers)
  • 4 plastic folders with pockets and prongs (assorted solid colors)
  • 1 clip board
  • 2 packs Post-It Notes (any color)
  • Index cards
  • Head phones

Wish list: We will also be using these items daily. If you can provide any of the items listed below throughout the year, it would be greatly appreciated.

  • Clorox Wipes
  • Paper towels
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Ziploc bags (any size)

Kristen Benson, Special Education

Kim Daugherty, Reading Coach

Jen Ickes, Sign Language Interpreter

Kelley Jones, Speech Language Pathologist

Kara Kendle, Deaf Educator

Gary Lawson, Math Coach

Laura Moritz, Sign Language Interpreter

Mary Oubre, Occupational Therapist

Tyler Newlon, Sign Language Interpreter

Donzaleigh Phillips, Guidance

Deanna Platt, Special Education

Claudia Quezada, ELL

Rachel Sands, Accelerated Learning

Amber Walsh, Special Education

Hanni Watson, School Psychologist

Bethany Wiseman, Reading Intervention


Laurel Aiello, Media Specialist

Kiera Crite, Music

Bethany Kokoski, Physical Education

Ali Starkweather, Physical Education

 Cassie Stephens, Art

Franklin Special School District offers many related arts classes at the elementary level. All children participate in physical education daily, music twice a week, art twice a week, and library once a week. Students in grades 1-4 also practice keyboarding in the computer lab weekly.


Welcome to Music at Johnson Elementary!!! In our music class we love to have fun while developing a good foundation for learning music. We focus on our National Core Arts standards to encourage creative musicians. Singing, playing instruments, and music learning games are just a few of the ways we build our music skills. During the course of their time at Johnson Elementary, students in music will have the opportunity to play Orff instruments, learn standard music notation, compose and create their own original compositions, and perform in school programs. Let the songs begin! For more music resources check out the following links:


Thomas Beadles, Special Education
Amanda Brackeen, Special Education
Janet Butler, Pre-Kindergarten
Carol Goff, General Education
Monica Faulkner, Special Education
Melissa Hampton, Pre-Kindergarten
Cheryl Hoge, Kindergarten
Kaye Johnson, Computer Lab
Cheryl Leach, ISD
Liz Luepke, Kindergarten
Heidi Miller, Library Media Center
Estella Roberts, Special Education
Diane Yarley, General Education

Custodial Staff

Joe Alexander
Dawn Porter
Jerry Scruggs