April 19 - May 26: Registration begins for NEW to BES students on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings only. 9:00 - 12:00
May 9 - June 10: On-line registration for RETURNING students begins. Families will receive SnapCodes via e-mail to complete the registration process. **SnapCodes were emailed on 5/10/16. If you didn't get an email, contact Sandi Winfield @ 373-2610.**
May 31 - June 10: New students may register daily at the school.
July 19- 29: New students may register daily at the school.
Proofs of residency may be scanned and uploaded when you complete the on-line registration process if you have that capability. Proofs of residency may also be taken to the school to be scanned if necessary beginning May 31. All dated proofs of residency must be recent (April, May, June); otherwise, the school will contact you to submit updated proofs.
Please click the headline for more registration information, including required registration documentation and shared residency information.
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Check out our new mobile app! Bartlett City Schools is now available in the iTunes App Store and on Google Play. You can keep up with your child's school calendar, read the latest news feeds from our website and social media, and even log into the PowerSchool Parent Portal to check your child's grades. Simply search for "Bartlett City Schools" and download it today. We hope you enjoy this new method of communication from our district!
Click the headline to view our Attitude of Excellence presentation to Bartlett City Schools.
It highlights three areas we show our BESt Attitude.
-Interdisciplinary Education with a Fine Arts Emphasis.
Fine Arts team members who are not only committed to high achievement in their own disciplines, but also collectively supportive of school-‐wide academic
initiatives related to Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies,
-School-Wide Literacy. School-wide literacy program through the Library’s Accelerated Reader program and highly qualified teachers who are heavily committed in promoting reading through the support of AR and through best educational practices, which encourage student reading and comprehension.
-Parental and Community Involvement. Parental and community involvement that shares in the educational responsibilities with the school through fundraising, student programs, and events all designed to best meet the academic needs of our students.
Click the headline to download a copy of our School Improvement Plan.
Principal Page Watson, Assistant Principal Trudi Royston, Assistant Principal Steven Baade, and Title I Facilitator/PLC Coach Brad Foust