Congrats to Ashley Moore for signing to play for D1 Morehead State next year.
Kids are having a great time at OVERTIME! Thanks to FFA and all of our volunteers!!!
Thank you Seniors for all your dedication, hard work, and being great representatives of Felicity-Franklin Schools. You will be missed.
Guest teacher, Mr. C, getting “charged” in the Food Science class.
Congratulations MS Lady Cardinals on a great regular season.
More fun at Family Reading Night! The Felicity Public Library also stopped by tonight!
Cookie decorating fun after reading and taking AR quizes!
Family Reading Night is in full swing! Stop on by! We are at the Elementary Library until 7:30pm!
8th grade boys winning against Georgetown at the half! Bring home the win!
Students learning about different ingredients and measurement skills while baking chocolate chip cookies during a lab today.
The Felicity Cheerleaders will be selling various colors of carnations during lunch periods in both the elementary and high school cafeterias on February 12, 13, and 14th. The cost is $1 per carnation. Make your friends and family feel special for Valentine’s Day!
Second grade students practicing repeated addition/multiplication.
Mr. Ellis and FFA Members working at the Ronald McDonald House today. Great service learning opportunity for our students!
Reminder - The Grant Career Center Informational Open House night for 8th, 9th and 10th grade students that are interested, is this evening on Feb. 8th from 5:30 -7:30pm.
Family Reading Night tonight at the Elementary Library, 6:00-7:30 hosted by 2nd grade.
Great wins tonight 8th grade boys and girls over Bethel.
The HS girls game tonight with Blanchester have been cancelled. The MS games with Bethel are on as planned.
Felicity-Franklin Schools are now CLOSED today (Feb 7).
Felicity-Franklin Schools will be on a 2 hour delay tomorrow (Feb 7). No AM Preschool
Day 2 of School Counseling Week- grades 5-12 were given a "now and later" piece of candy to remind them if they need to talk either now or later, the counselor is always there for them. Grades K-4 were given a starburst to tell them their counselor thinks they are all stars.