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-Information courtesy Franklin County Schools
On Monday, April 6, 2020, 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 6. 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 6, 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 (back lot/bus drop off)
- Long Mill Elementary School (bus lot)
- Louisburg Elementary School (bus lot)
- Royal Elementary School (bus lot)