Seahawk News

End-of-Year Edition

Dear Seahawk Nation

Thank you for another wonderful and productive school year. We can't thank everyone enough for your endless hours of volunteering, chaperoning, reading, organizing, donating and doing whatever was necessary to support students—both at home and at school. Special thanks to our district volunteers who, as usual, went above and beyond to add to our students’ school experience.

This year's success could not have occurred without the endless energy, skills and devotion of our Seahawk teachers & staff. Thanks and well done to an incredible group of professionals.

A final word to our Seahawk students: Thank you for all your hard work throughout the school year. We have enjoyed watching you grow and excel academically and share the amazing talents that you each add to our Seahawk Family. Your energy and zest drive our mission. Best wishes to our graduates, whom we will miss greatly—

Everyone have a safe and happy summer.

Important Upcoming Dates/Events:

  • 5/24 Graduation
  • 5/27 No School: Memorial Day
  • 5/28 Field Trip: 2nd Grade
  • 5/28 Kindergarten Bridging Ceremony @9am
  • 5/28 District EOC Exams: 6th-11th Grade
  • 5/28 End of Year Awards: KG-5
  • 5/29 Awards for 2nd Grade
  • 5/29 Field Day: 6th Grade
  • 5/29 District EOC Exams: Make ups
  • 5/29 End of Year Celebrations
  • 5/30 Last Day for Students
  • 6/03 Cheer Parent Meeting
  • 6/05 Summer School Begins
  • 6/06 Powder Puff Volleyball Game: Denim for Scholars Fundraiser
View the school events calendar for all event details or contact the front office.

Seahawk Award's Day Schedule

Kindergarten Bridging: Tuesday, May 28th @ 9am

Elementary: Tuesday, May 28th @ 10:30am

Middle School: Tuesday, May 28th @ 1:30pm

Second Grade: Wednesday, May 29th @9am

High School: Wednesday, May 29th @ 1:30pm

All ceremonies will be held in the high school gym.

Seahawk Shoutouts

** Thank you to all of our District Volunteers for the 2018-19 School Year.


** Congratulations to Mrs. BJ Kent, Centennial Bank Representative, who was nominated to receive the Commissioner's Business Recognition Award for Franklin County.


If you would like to volunteer or become a Partner in Education please contact Allison Chipman, Volunteer Coordinator @ 850.670.2810 x4128.

Support Our Seahawks This Summer

Football Discount Cards: Coach Palmer

6/1 Cheerleading Camp: Coach Hamm

7/4 The Spritzer: Cross County: Coach Hathcock

Summer Meal Program

Franklin County School is proud to sponsor the 2019 Summer Food Service Program for our community partners and schools. Service will begin Tuesday, June 4, 2019 and continue until Friday, August 2, 2019

The SFSD strives to provide tasty, nutritious meals that your kids will look forward to! A healthy breakfast and lunch will be offered Monday through Friday. Please note some sites closed on Friday and Field Trips days.

For your convenience, these meals will be offered at a variety of site locations throughout Franklin County, and are at NO CHARGE to all children and teens aged 18 and under. To find a site near you dial 2-1-1 and a representative will assist you.

Site Locations: (serving times subject to change)

Breakfast: 8am-8:30am

Lunch: 12pm-12:30pm


  • Carrabelle Nest 06/10-08/02 Open Fridays Located @ 1001 Gray Ave, Carrabelle
  • Franklin County School 06/04-06/27 Closed Fridays Located @ 1250 Hwy 98, Eastpoint
  • Eastpoint UMC Youth Center 06/10-08/02 Open Fridays Located @ 317 Patton Dr, Eastpoint
  • ABC School 06/10-07/18 Closed week of 7/4 Located @ 98 12st. Apalachicola
  • Project Impact 06/10-07/18 Closed week of 7/4 Located @ 1 Shark Blvd. Apalachicola
  • Learning Center 07/08-07/18 Closed Fridays Located @ 85 School Rd. Eastpoint

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