The My People Fund provides $1000 each month for up to six months to Sevier County families who lost their homes in the wildfires. Anyone can donate to the My People Fund online or by mail. 100% of your donation will go directly to the families affected by the wildfires. Families that need to apply for funds may also visit the My People Fund site online.
Sevier County School System Donation Information:
Thank you for your concern, kindness and support to the Sevier County Schools during this devastating time in our county. It has been determined due to the magnitude and diversity of the needs that monetary donations would be more manageable than in kind gifts of clothing and school supplies.
Donations may be made to Sevier County Schools, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862 and will be distributed directly to those impacted through our schools. If you would like to designate a particular school please do so. Again, thank you. We urge our friends to continue to pray for us and return to our beautiful county and mountains in the future.
Pasta for Pennies
Hi Teachers and Families!
The final countdown to our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun! In PE next week your children will get the introduction to Pennies for Pasta. Make a note to ask him or her about it. A parent letter will also be heading your way as well, so be sure to check your child’s backpack. You also will receive a collection box to transport change to school.
Help prepare your child for the campaign kickoff by taking these simple steps:
Practice with your child how to ask family members, friends, and neighbors to consider making a donation. Donations can be made via your child’s online giving page, his or her classroom or school page, or as cash donations. To learn more about giving online, click here.
If you’ve haven’t started collecting spare change at home, now’s the time. Designate a change jar and start adding to it. When your child brings home his or her change box, you’ll be that much closer to filling it up.
Pennies for Patients makes an even bigger difference than you may think.
If you don’t know someone with a blood cancer, you probably know someone who has battled another form of cancer. More than 40% of new cancer therapies approved by the FDA between 2000 and 2015 were first approved for blood cancer patients but now help others as well. Working together on our Pennies for Patients campaign, we can turn our spare change into real help for real people!
Our school is collecting new or clean socks for students in need. If you are clearing out your sock drawer, please consider donating them!
Helping your child read!
The Panel found that a combination of techniques is effective for teaching children to read:
Kroger Community Rewards
Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Year after year, local schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations will earn millions of dollars through Kroger Community Rewards®.
Kroger Community Rewards® makes fund-raising easy...all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!
2016-2017 Parent Involvement Survey
Title I schools have the opportunity to tailor programs based on the needs of their students and parents. This survey is your opportunity to share what parents need when it comes to educating their children. Your input is extremely important. The survey will be used by your school’s Title I Planning Team in developing the Parent Involvement Policy, School-Parent Compact, and Calendar of Parent Events. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
Please click on the link below to participate in the survey. All responses are anonymous.
Las escuelas Título I tienen la oportunidad de adaptar sus programas de acuerdo a las necesidades de sus estudiantes y padres de familia. Esta encuesta es su oportunidad de compartir lo que los padres necesitan cuando se trata de apoyar a sus hijos. Su opinión es extremadamente importante. La encuesta se utilizará por la oficina de Título I del condado de Gwinnett y por su escuela para desarrollar la política de participación de padres, Calendario de eventos para padres de la escuela, y el contrato entre los padres y la escuela. Gracias por tomar su tiempo para completar esta encuesta.
April 4th PTO Meeting @ 8:15
April 11th 5th Six Weeks Ends
April 14th Dismiss at 10:50
April 17th-21st Spring Break
April 26th Grade Cards
April 27th Cap and Gown Pictures (K ONLY)
May 1st-4th 2nd Grade Testing
May 5th Cub Crawl
May 9th Mid Six Weeks
May 9th Golf Tournament
May 17th Healthy Kids Awareness Day
May 23rd Humane Society
May 26th Mega Party
May 29th No School
May 30th CNB to provide lunch
May 30th K Fun Day
May 31st 1st Grade Fun Day
June 1st 2nd Grade Fun Day
June 2nd Admin Day
June 3rd Grade Card Pick-up
TN Standards Review
The Tennessee State Board of Education is responsible for reviewing academic standards every six years, and recent legislation (Public Chapter 423) specifically outlines the process for review, including this website for public feedback, of the English language arts (ELA), math, science, and social studies standards. Currently there are three sets of standards available for public review: ELA, math, and science.
If you have a child or know of a child who will be 5 years old by August 15, 2017, please stop by the office between January 9th and March 3rd to pick up the kindergarten packet. Registration will be March 10, 2017 between the hours of 8:30 and 3:30.
The following documents are required:
Set up a kindergarten screening appointment at the time of registration.
Examples of some items covered during the screening:
Food City School Bucks
Earn Bucks for Your School
For 2014-2015 school year, Food City will donate $600,000 in cash through the Food City School Bucks program. The points your school earns will help grow their share of the $600,000 total. It's like a pie - the size of your school's slice will depend on how many points they have received. Schools should encourage their supporters to register their ValuCard for the Food City School Bucks program.
Have Questions? Visit School Bucks FAQs.