Connecting essential resources to FCS staff, students and families!

Includes local, state and federal information regarding COVID-19. Includes FOOD RESOURCES and outlines what social service agencies are doing during this time and helpful mental and behavioral health resources.

Johnson County community resources including child care, diapers, clothing, housewares, employment, food, housing, shelter, utility assistance and more.

Connecting Franklin Community students and their families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless with resources, information and emergency essentials. If you need assistance, please complete this FORM and our Community Outreach Assistant will contact you.

Food pantry supporting all FCS staff, students and families. No income restrictions! Typically the 1st Thursday of the month unless otherwise noted. Operation times are different during COVID-19. Click for more information.

Resources for high school/adult education, tutoring, and more

Mental health, suicide prevention, trauma, and addictions resources in Johnson and surrounding counties.

SUICIDE PREVENTION - If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others, HELP IS AVAILABLE!

Call 911 or 1-800-273-8255 or text IN to 741741 (Suicide Prevention Lifeline)

Explains what Social Emotional Learning is and includes links to kid-friendly websites, YouTube Videos, lesson plans for teachers and counselors, and course libraries with 100's of SEL resources.

Report bullying at FCS through the STOPit phone app, learn more information and find available resources.

Includes information to support conversations on race, racism and resistance

Information and resources for students, parents and educators.

Do you love the FCS Connect newsletter? You can access the FCS staff, parent and student (middle and high school only) issues in one place!

Meet Millie and Hiro, Franklin Community Schools new therapy dog's coming to Northwood and Webb Elementary in the spring.

A place for students, families, and staff to find tools and strategies for managing emotions and feelings and building resilience.