Second Monday, 7:00 PM
The Franklin County Board of Education holds its regular meetings on the second Monday of each month, unless otherwise advertised.
The meetings are held at: Franklin County Schools, Central Office, Bldg. A, 53 W. River Rd., Louisburg, NC 27549.
Meetings begin at 7:00 PM and visitors have the opportunity for public comment during each regular meeting.
The board holds student reassignment meetings on a monthly basis or as needed, depending on the volume of transfers. Franklin County Schools recognizes four types of student transfers:
- Grandfathered Majority to Minority
- Senior Status (Grade 12)
Please direct all inquiries regarding student transfer/reassignment to Diane Marks.
For more information regarding enrollment, assignment, and transfers, please visit our enrollment and assignment page.
Diane Marks, Clerk to the Board & Student Assignment Coordinator
Office: (919) 496-2600
April 6th BOE Meeting
Please submit public comment via email to dianemarks@fcschools by 4 p.m. on April 6. Make sure to include the commentor's first and last name, address, contact information and type "Public Comment" in the subject line of the email.
In accordance to Policy 2310, the board chairperson will recognize speakers in the order in which they signed in. Each speaker will receive three minutes to present comments; however, the public comment session will not exceed 30 minutes total except by majority vote of the board. If a speaker is unable to present all of his or her information within the specified time limit, the speaker may provide the board with the additional information in written form.
Please refrain from addressing specific employee or student concerns as a part of public comment. Concerns can be directed to district leadership as described in Policy 2310.
Board members will not respond to individuals who address the board except to request clarification of points made by the presenter. The board chairperson has the authority to speak on behalf of the board and to refer concerns to administration. Except in cases of emergency, information received during presentations will not be acted upon at the time it is received.