2010 NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON AWARD SCHOOL
Students of the Week for 8/28/15 & 8/21/15
Aug. 21: School Fundraiser Kick-Off
Aug. 31: Fundraiser Ends (Run/Walk-A-Thon Pledge Sheets are to be turned in to the Front Office)
Sept. 3: Fall Pictures
Sept. 4: Bruce Amato Magic Show 8 a.m., Fun Run/Walk-A-Thon 9-11:00 a.m.
Sept. 7: Labor Day
Sept. 11: Fundraiser Pledge Money is Due
Sept. 23: Titans Play 60 Assembly
Oct. 1: Book Fair Begins
Oct. 2: "Reading Under the Stars" Title I Family Fun NIght 6-8pm
Oct. 8: Parent/Teacher Conference - No School/Students. Book Fair Ends
Oct. 9: Fall Break 9th-18th
Oct. 19: Students Return to School
Contact the cafeteria manager, Mrs. Regina,
for additional information:
For lunch/breakfast payments only!
New cafeteria check policy: Sumner County's School Nutrition Program is now using Nexcheck as the service provider
for collection of insufficient fund checks. The company will be collecting the money for bad checks written to the program
for payment of meals and a la carte items purchased. There will be a charge of $30.00 for a returned check which will be
charged by Nexcheck. The amount charged is the requirement from Nexcheck and not from the School Nutrition Program.
If you have an insufficient fund check in the amount of $20.00, then the amount you will owe Nexcheck will be $50.00.
The company adds the amount of the insufficient fund check plus the $30.00 charge for the returned check to the total
for the amount the parent would pay Nexcheck for the insufficient fund check written.
We are also unable to accept counter checks. The checks that you send in should have your
name and address printed on them. Also you must include a valid telephone number on your check.
Starting Sept 1, 2015: The School Bank operated by Wilson Bank two Tuesdays each month
For more information, schedule, and email reminders, go to link below:
Homework Hotline is open for 2015-16
Homework Hotline provides free tutoring by phone for any Tennessee student. Call us Monday – Thursday from 4:00 – 8:00 pm.
We have all subjects – all the way to trigonometry, calculus, statistics, AP chemistry, and physics.
Need help in Spanish? We’ve got it covered. We have teachers who speak Spanish, Arabic, Kurdish, Swahili, Somali, and English.
Call Hotline and give it a try. This is a great week to call because students can win a cool prize.
Call 615 298 6636 or Sonic toll free 888 868 5777.
Have a computer and the Internet. We can also Stoodle with you. Give us a call and we’ll show you how.
Homework Hotline provides one-on-one free tutoring by phone to Tennessee students and parents. With Homework Hotline, students tackle new concepts, learn to read, complete challenging assignments, and gain academic skills.
Homework Hotline helps students achieve and thrive - one assignment at a time. Students who get the help they seek return to school better prepared and less discouraged. Since 1990, Hotline teachers and volunteers have provided more than 495,000 sessions of tutoring. Bilingual assistance is available in English, Arabic, Kurdish, Spanish, Swahili. It's all free - thanks to Maddox Charitable Fund, Metro Schools, Sonic Drive Ins, the Scarlett Foundation, Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the Memorial Foundation, Care Foundation of America, and MyTV 30/CW 58/Fox 17.
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