MyFM's Rick Michaels - Franklin High School students were set to begin hybrid learning starting Monday, however an indoor Halloween party attended by 25-50 students on Saturday night has now delayed the transition by at least two weeks. The Superintendent of Franklin Schools Sara Ahearn and High School Principal Josh Hanna released a statement to faculty, staff and families of High School students saying the decision comes after consulting with the local health department and because of the public health concern related to an underage drinking party that occurred Saturday night. Franklin Police broke up the party and identified a small number of students in attendance, however many scattered as police arrived. Attendees of the party were not wearing masks and were not social distancing, a behavior school officials say puts everyone at Franklin High School at risk. Hybrid learning at the High School is set to begin now in two weeks, while pre-school will remain in-person and K-8 will remain in hybrid, however if your child attended this party and has younger siblings, you’re urged to keep everyone at home over the next two-weeks and remote instruction will be provided.