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Franklin's Rock and busses in the parking lot
FMS Learners Fish at Edson Fichter Pond


Franklin Middle School would like to welcome you. It is the goal of Franklin Middle School to form a close knit community where learners, parents, and staff feel valued, safe, and respected. This school is committed to academic success for all of the learners. The staff works with the learners and parents to help each learner meet or exceed their potential. We are committed to doing our part in this process: providing a challenging curriculum, building a relationship with our learners, holding our learners accountable, and not allowing them to opt out of their learning. As a learner at FMS, your part in this process includes: coming to school every day, doing your best on the work assigned, and taking advantage of all the opportunities to be involved in school. As a parent of a learner at FMS, your part in this process includes: making sure your child comes to school, checking their homework, checking online for updated grades, and calling if you have any questions. Together we can make this year a success for all.

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Our Stories

Darcy has worked hard to build a community of professional respect for both the learners and faculty. There has been a shift in the building that I believe all of the faculty and students feel and she has helped to establish and cultivate a new culture in the building around the four Franklin foundations: respectful, responsible, safe, and kind. 

Mr. Helman

Ms. Hughes is the best teacher ever, not only have I done better in science this year but I have done better in all of my classes because of her. Ms. Hughes has a great way of teaching science and making it fun, science is my favorite subject now. 

Claire C.

Seeing and feeling Mr. Hughes’ enthusiasm for science in turn ignited my interest. Suddenly, I was curious about what the different types of volcanoes were and what a half-life was. Being able to experience the true, personal feeling of wanting to learn was monumental for me. I would just like to thank Mr. Hughes for caring and for instilling in me a love for the world as well as for learning.

Pumehana B.

Rachel is a colleague that recognizes needs and independently initiates action. Rachel steps in and steps up on the daily, without a second thought, to help support colleagues and learners. Rachel can be found covering classes when we lack substitutes, coaching multiple sports, covering as on-site administration, keeping diligent track of our learners with diabetes, using learners names, knowing well the state of each colleague and checking in on staff that going through tough times.

Mrs. Foltz in her nomination letter for the November P.I.E.S. Award

I love sharing literature that offers a new perspective on life. I love the bright young humans that I get to spend my days with. I love the energy and vibrancy inside our school. Every day is a new adventure, and students say something to make me smile every single day.  Mrs. Morton