March 21, 2019

Student Artist Spotlight (Maddy Payne)

Heard County Student Art Spotlight (Franklin, GA) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist Spotlight was designed by Maddy Payne. Maddy is a 5th Grade student at Heard County Elementary School. Maddy designed  a Google Doodle using the theme “When … [Read more...]

Georgia Association of Conservation Districts Poster Contest

(Athens, GA) -- The annual Georgia Association of Conservation Districts (GACD) Poster Contest provides students from kindergarten through 12th grade the chance to have their art displayed as part of a national conservation outreach initiative. Each year, the winning posters reflect the National Association of Conservation District’s (NACD) annual … [Read more...]

Upcoming Baby Brave Reunion at Centralhatchee Park

Baby Braves Class Reunion  Baby Braves will receive a free ticket at check in! Be sure to wear your Baby Braves shirt or HC Colors! Shirts will be available for purchase. $12 Baby Brave $15 Adult *Don’t forget your chairs April 27th 3:00 PM-5:00 PM Centralhatchee Park 139 Nutt Rd. Franklin, GA 30217 Snacks and drinks, Giveaways, Train Ride , … [Read more...]

‘League of Ephesians’ helps local needy children

(Ephesus, GA) -- The “League of Ephesians” teen/tween group, at Ephesus Public Library, packed 90 bags to help some children in need. The bags were delivered to all the schools around Heard County today in hopes of helping serve our community and neighbors. Thank you to everyone who graciously donated items along with the many monetary donations that made … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Lacey Faust)

Heard County Student Art Spotlight (Franklin, GA) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist  Spotlight is Lacey Faust.  Lacey is a fourth grade student  at Heard County Elementary School. Kinsley used repetition to create tessellations inspired by … [Read more...]

State Champions visit the Georgia State Capitol

(Atlanta, GA) -- The Heard County Brave State Championship football team visited the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta on Thursday, February 7 where they were recognized and commended for the outstanding accomplishment of winning the GHSA Class AA football title at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in December. House Resolution 46 was introduced by Mr. Randy … [Read more...]

Heard County PreKindergarten Registration 2019-2020

Heard County PreKindergarten Registration 2018-2019 WHO: Any child who will be four years old prior to September 1, 2019 and is a Georgia resident can register WHERE: The Heard County School System Central Office - 131 East Court Square Franklin, Georgia WHEN: April 8th - April 19th - 7:30 am - 6:00 pm (Monday- Friday) REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: … [Read more...]

Student Artist Spotlight (Kinsley Robinson)

Heard County Student Art Spotlight (Franklin, GA) -- Each week we spotlight an art creation of an elementary grade student from Heard, Centralhatchee, or Ephesus Elementary. This week’s Student Artist Spotlight is Kinsley Robinson. Kinsley is a second grade student at Heard County Elementary School. Kinsley used repetition to create Op Art inspired by … [Read more...]

National Signing Day: Seven football Braves moving up

(Franklin, GA) -- A program record seven senior Heard County Braves signed letters of intent to play football at the next level Wednesday morning at Heard County High School on National Signing Day. All-state defensive standouts Zaylin Wood and Andrew Leak each signed with Middle Tennessee State University, a public university in Murfreesboro, … [Read more...]

Summer 4-H Camp – IT’S WORTH IT!

(Franklin, GA) -- 4-H Camp sign up is going on right now! Parents of fourth, fifth, and sixth grade 4-H members can register interested children at the Heard County 4-H Office (Old Rec Dept). Parents can fill out an application and bring a $100.00 non-refundable deposit. The 4-H’ers go because it’s fun. But these young people get a lot more out of camp … [Read more...]