• Home-based assignments, Wi-Fi access available April 6th

    On Monday, April 6th, Franklin County Schools will issue new student assignments and begin providing enhanced Wi-Fi access at certain school locations.

    The home-based, academic assignments will cover a two-week period. They will be available online, as well as in paper packets for elementary and middle-school students who do not have Internet access. High school students will receive additional guidance from their school principals concerning their assignments and pick-up options.

    Paper packets for elementary and middle school students must be picked up between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday, April 6th. They will be available at the following locations only, which are the same as FCS' current meal pickup sites:

    • Bunn High School
    • Franklinton Elementary School
    • Laurel Mill Elementary School
    • Louisburg High School
    • Youngsville Elementary School

    Also on Monday, April 6th, FCS is adding drive-in, Wi-Fi access at five schools for students and staff only who do not have Internet access at home. Students, staff, their families and guests are required to stay in their vehicles and park in specific areas to access the enhanced, Wi-Fi signals. School Resource Officers will be on-site to monitor and provide directions. Wi-Fi access will be available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the following locations:

    • Bunn Middle School (front drop off)
    • Edward Best Elementary School (backlot/bus drop off)
    • Long Mill Elementary School (bus lot)
    • Louisburg Elementary School (bus lot)
    • Royal Elementary School (bus lot) 
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  • Families, please click on the attached letter about protecting you and your loved ones against spam and hackers in the midst of COVID-19. Take care and be well!


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  • Principal's Message

    Families, please take a minute and read Mr. Wiggins' Message that can be found here (click on underlined word).

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  • Daily Challenge


    Day 1: Look at this video first. Then, create the shapegram by using this link.

     If you have a Google Classroom with Mrs. Pope, share your copy! She'd love to see it!

    Day 2:  

    Using materials around your house, create a musical instrument! Ask for permission to do this first! Make sure it's okay to use items like tape and scissors. 

    Day 3: 

    Build something using toothpicks or straws! Ask for permission to use these items first!

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  • Remote Learning


    Please use this website that Mrs. Pope, our Digital Literacy Coach, has designed to help you offer your child activities at home. There are several no-tech activities and digital book sites that you can access. Please let her know if you have any questions by emailing her at 

    Thank you and take care! We miss you!

    Remote Learning Activities



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  • NEW CALENDAR ALERT! Please click on the link below for next year's school calendar for Youngsville Elementary!

    2020-2021 Calendar for YES


     Year Round Calendar



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  • YES Implements Zones of Regulation 
    Zones of Regulation
    One of our school improvement goals this year is to empower our faculty and staff to recognize student's emotional and social well-being as part of building strong educator-student relationships. We seek to help students with self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and responsible decision-making. This also includes providing faculty and staff with specific tools to help them support our students. One key strategy for us this year is called Zones of Regulation which helps students identify their emotional state and then provide coping skills to help them self-regulate. 
    If you were not able to attend the parent night, here is the presentation: 
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  • YES celebrated National School Counselor Week February 3-7. Students and staff recognized Ms. Cigna for all of her great work at our school.


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  • Cold and flu season is upon us. Franklin County Schools is currently experiencing a high number of absences due to illness. FCS would, therefore, like to remind teachers, staff, students and parents and guardians of the important prevention measures that help keep everyone healthy. Good handwashing is one of the most effective cold and flu prevention measures. Covering your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze also helps prevent the spread of germs. Staying at home when sick helps to minimize the spread of illness. Students should be free of fever, vomiting or diarrhea for at least 24 hours, without the use of medication, before returning to school. Please feel free to contact the nurse at your child's school with any questions.

    Tips for Cold and Flu Season

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  • 2019-2020 Year-round Calendar

    2019-2020 Year-round Calendar

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  • Stop Bullying Stop sign


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