Bartlett Elementary School

The Cool Cats watched this swallowtail go from caterpillar to butterfly!

Getting Ready to Hide 901 Rocks @ Garden Club!

Author Michael Hall visits BES!
Our First AR Store will be the week of Oct. 2nd-6th. Cut-Off date Sept. 29th. 80% accuracy needed to shop!

PTO volunteers making snow cones for the PBIS Celebration.

Miss Tennessee Visits BES.

Noelia Garcia Carmona from New Ballet Ensemble teaches the Flamenco.

Dressed as 100 years old on the 100th Day!
Dressed as 100 years old on the 100th Day!

BCS Science Fair!

BES Mock Presidential Election!

BES Little Panthers LOVE our BHS Panthers.

BES Rocks!

BES is an Arts360 Art Integration School!

My Teacher is a Survivor!!!!

Noelia Garcia Carmona giving Flamenco lessons to our Little Panthers.

BES Garden Club members hard at work!

GOOOOOO Panthers!

Our First AR Store will be the week of Oct. 2nd-6th. Cut-Off date Sept. 29th. 80% accuracy needed to shop!

2016-17 Science Fair Winners

Dancing the Flamenco!

PBIS 15 Panther Paw Celebration: Yummy Snow Cones!

News & Announcements

It's Scholastic Book Fair Time! Oct. 19th-Oct. 27th.

The Book Fair is coming!! The Library sponsored Scholastic Book Fair will begin this Thurs., Oct. 19, and continue through Fri., Oct. 27. The Book Fair will be found in the Library during school hours. Thursday, Oct. 26, will be our School Open House. The Book Fair will be found in the Gym, that evening, from 4:30-7:30. All proceeds benefit our Library through book additions and its A.R. Rewards program. All students benefit from the Book Fair! What a great way to add books to your home Library, while creating a love of reading!! Your support is appreciated! Many Thanks!!
*Click the headline to shop online! Online shopping begins Oct. 18th!*

Celebrate Red Ribbon and Healthy Schools Week : October 23-27

Research shows that young people who learn to say “NO” to harmful drugs are less likely to be associated with crime, delinquency and other destructive behaviors. Partner with us by allowing your children to participate in our theme days as we teach our students to live drug free, healthy lives.

Monday, October 23- My future is BRIGHT and Red Ribbon Kick Off Day. Wear something red today or dress to impress by wearing clothes to show what you want to be when you grow up. Talk with your children about the importance of appropriate school and bus behavior, using good manners and being respectful to their peers and adults.

Tuesday, October 24- Cowboy Up Against Drugs And Give Drugs The Boot. Wear your favorite western clothes, such as jeans, plaid shirts, cowboy hats, cowboy boots, regular boots or gym shoes. Talk about planning a fun activity for your family. Please DO NOT send toy weapons to school today as part of your child’s outfit.

Wednesday, October 25- Team Up Against Drugs. Wear your favorite sports shirt, team jersey or college shirt and jeans. This will be our annual Basketball Shootout Day. Ask your child about what they did at the Basketball Shootout today. Talk about the kinds of things we can do instead of drugs. (Examples: exercise, play a game with family members, watch a movie, read a book, go outside and play).

Thursday, October 26- Say Peace Out To Drugs. Wear your bell bottom jeans or regular jeans and tie dye colors. Talk with your children about the importance of living drug free lives.

Friday, October 27- Say “NO” To Drugs Through The Decades. Dress in appropriate clothes from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s or 90’s. Talk with your children about ways to resolve problems peaceably instead of using violence.

Thank you for your support and participation.
R. Crutchfield, School Counselor

**Click on the headline to print a flyer with all the Red Ribbon Week Info.**

Go Jim Go Super Soaker Challenge Postponed

Mrs. Watson has postponed the Go Jim Go Super Soaker challenge until after Fall Break. Date: TBA
Thanks to all who participated in our Coins for Kids: Go Jim Go Fundraiser for LeBonheur. It was a HUGE success.


This year, BES will be participating in a nationwide program called “Socktober”. Did you know that giving something as simple as a pair of socks could change someone’s day? Starting today, we will be collecting socks throughout the month of October. Please help by donating a new pair of socks or a hundred pairs of socks! Bring the socks to your teacher and help us reach our goal of 500 pairs of socks. Every sock will help someone in need for the winter! Let’s do a great thing and help as many people as we can!
So why SOCKTOBER? Because every night in the United States an estimated 600,000 people live on the streets and need simple things, like socks, to keep their feet warm and dry. The number one needed clothing item for those in need is new socks, but people very rarely ever donate new socks to the homeless! (source:
This event is being sponsored by the National Junior Beta Club. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Mrs. Bailey or Mrs. Blaylock or
**Click the headline to print a flyer with all this info.**

Library/AR News From Mrs. Wingo

*The A.R. Store is coming the week of Oct. 2-6.  Requirements are: 80% Correct Test Average with 5 or more points (3 pts. for 1st Grade), and 8 or more Books read.
*The Point cut-off date is Friday, Sept. 29th.  
*Students in Gr. 2-5 must have their Log Sheet completed to qualify for AR Store shopping. 
*To check your child’s AR Progress, check our School AR site  (click the headline to visit our AR site.)
This site will allow parents and students to check Books Read, Points, and Test Average % Correct.  Students may also check their “Bookshelves” to write their required Log Sheet information, to shop the AR Store. 

***AR Tests can never be taken from home.***

Our Top A.R. Point Leaders for the year so far are:
   1st Grade:  Owen 13.9 points                                         
   2nd Grade:  Eason 35.5 
3rd Grade:  Chloe 51.1 Points 
   4th Grade:  Kady 50.0
5th Grade:  Jacob 326.9

*The Library accepts donations to the A.R. Store throughout the year.  We accept gently used toys that are appropriate for our school-age students.  We also accept gently used books, appropriate for our students.  Extra AR Points are rewarded, during AR Store week, to those students who donate.

*The Library appreciates your support of reading and is looking forward to the first A.R. Store of the year!!  Any questions or comments, feel free to contact the Library.

*Bartlett Elementary came in 3rd Place in the Bartlett Public Library Reading contest, this past summer. Our students read 1,535 books. Awesome Job!! Our Library was awarded $480 from the “Friends of the Bartlett Public Library”. This donation will be used in purchasing new books for our school. Many thanks for the support of reading!!!

Mrs. Wingo, BES Library

Internet Safety Presentation for Parents: Tuesday, Oct. 3rd @6pm BHS Auditorium

An event you don't want to miss!

TOPICS INCLUDE: Inappropriate Content, Online Privacy, Sexting, Online Sexual Solicitation/Exploitation of Children, Cyberbullying, Bartlett City Schools Acceptable Use Policy


Special Agent Jason White, ICE/Department of Homeland Security
Officer John White, Bartlett Police Department
Joey Mitchell, Technology Supervisor, Bartlett City Schools
Bartlett City Schools Student Services Team


6:00 PM – 7:30 PM



For further information, please contact Zoe Bozeman, Counseling and Intervention Supervisor at 202-0855, Ext. 2256

**Click the headline to print a flyer with all the info.**

Go Jim Go Kickoff Friday, Sept. 22nd. Help BES raise money for LeBonheur Hospital.

Jim Jaggers from News Channel 3 will be at Bartlett Elementary on Friday, September 22nd, to help kick off the 12th annual fundraiser for
LeBonheur Children’s Hospital. Wear your helmet and favorite spirit shirt on Friday, Sept. 22nd.
We will begin collecting money on Monday, September 25th.
Monday, 9/25 – pennies
Tuesday, 9/26 – nickels
Wednesday, 9/27 – dimes
Thursday, 9/28 – quarters
Friday, 9/29 – cash or checks made to LeBonheur
*New this year…
If you are interested in participating, you might be eligible to chase all three administrators with a water gun or water soaker. WHAT?? Yes. It’s true!

Here’s what’s we’re planning:
• $5.00 donation gets a homework pass with a piece of gum
• $10.00 donation gets a homework pass with a piece of gum, a bracelet, and their name on a paper bike to be displayed on a wall
• $15.00 donation gets a homework pass with a piece of gum, a bracelet, and their name on a paper bike to be displayed on a wall, PLUS the ability to participate in the challenge
Any donation over $15.00 will get all of the above and a BIG bike to display on the wall.

**Teachers do not have time to count money.
If you want your child to earn any of the above incentives, PLEASE send in cash or a check made payable to: Lebonheur Children’s Hospital in an envelope with the following information:
Child’s Name Teacher’s Name Amount being donated

Click the headline to print a flyer with all the Go Jim Go info.

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Bulletin Board

Breakfast & Lunch Menus
PTO Newsletters
2017-18 Essential School Supply List
2017-18 BCS Open Enrollment Information
Pre-K Screening Info for 2017-18.
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Principal's Message

Welcome to a great new year and new system!

A Hundred Years From Now

"A hundred years from now, it will not even matter what my bank account was,
the sort of house I lived in, or even the kind of car I drove...
but the world may be different  because I was important
in the life of a CHILD!"
                     Author Unknown

At Bartlett Elementary, we ALL make a difference.
Together for the children of BES,
Page Watson

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 17th: Firehouse Subs Spirit Night

Date: 10/17/2017
Book Fair Open Daily October 19-27

Date: 10/19/2017
Book Fair Open Daily October 19-27

Date: 10/20/2017
Book Fair Open Daily October 19-27

Date: 10/23/2017
My future is BRIGHT and Red Ribbon Kick Off Day. Wear something red today or dress to impress by wearing clothes to show what you want to be when you grow up.

Date: 10/23/2017


Absences Add Up

Your child’s daily, on-time attendance is critical to their success in school. And while some challenges to your child’s school attendance are unavoidable, it’s important to understand the impact of each absence.

A student is considered chronically absent if they miss only two days of school per month (18 days in a year), whether the absences are excused or unexcused. This is true for children as early as elementary school, when they are at a higher risk of falling behind in reading. Even one year of chronic absence can cause a child to fall behind academically and decrease a child’s chances of graduating from high school, which can have long-term consequences on their financial independence, physical well-being and mental health.

The good news? Attending school every day increases a child’s chances of success in school and in life.
*Click the headline to visit and learn more.*

Parent Resources for TNReady

The TN Department of Education has developed an updated Parent Guide to Being TNReady for the 2016-17 school year and a supplemental Guide on TNReady Supports for Students with Disabilities. We also have a one-page handout that explains the high level role of assessments and a new FAQ webpage that provides additional information for parents and teachers. Click the headline to download copies of these resources, or to visit the TNReady Frequently Asked Question Website.

2016-17 BCS Menus & Prices

Click the headline to visit the BCS nutrition site. Info on: Monthly menus, online payments, meal prices, etc. Student Breakfast $1.50; Student Lunch $2.75; Adult Lunch $4.50

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