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Franklin County Schools Embraces "The Year of Public Schools" with Visit from Governor Cooper to Louisburg Elementary

Franklin County Schools Embraces "The Year of Public Schools" with Visit from Governor Cooper to Louisburg Elementary

Yesterday, Franklin County Schools was honored to welcome Governor Roy Cooper to Louisburg Elementary School, spotlighting the significance of "The Year of Public Schools." 

During his visit, Governor Cooper passionately advocated for comprehensive funding for K-12 education, emphasizing the necessity of investments in early childhood education and teacher salaries for the forthcoming legislative session. 

"Louisburg Elementary and Franklin County Schools represent the pinnacle of public education in North Carolina, offering a nurturing environment that fosters growth and excellence in every student," Governor Cooper remarked. "Our commitment to public education is unwavering, and we must continue championing the investments that will secure a brighter future for our state."

Louisburg Elementary School Principal Trenace Gilmore and Franklin County Schools Superintendent Dr. Rhonda Schuhler highlighted the district's dedication to inclusivity, academic excellence, and the holistic development of students. Dr. Schuhler stated. "We are committed to upholding high education standards, ensuring a safe and supportive learning environment, and attracting top-tier talent to educate our youth."