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Update on Mask Mandate from Judge Lipman Featured Photo

Update on Mask Mandate from Judge Lipman

September 17, 2021 – Today Judge Lipman ruled that Governor Lee’s executive order providing a voluntary opt-out to the local county-wide mask mandate is not allowed. Pursuant to this ruling, Shelby County Health Order No. 25 is the current controlling authority related to masks for K-12 schools in Shelby County. Therefore, all students and visitors shall continue to wear a mask while at school or at any indoor BCS facility. Click the headline for the Link to Shelby County Health Department Health Order No. 25
Go Jim Go Donations for LeBonheur Hospital Sept. 20th-24th Featured Photo

Go Jim Go Donations for LeBonheur Hospital Sept. 20th-24th

It is time for our annual "Go Jim Go" donations to LeBonheur Hospital. We will collect donations Monday, Sept. 20th-Fri. Sept. 24th. Click on the headline to print a flyer with all the details and donation incentives. Want to donate online? Visit HTTP://GIVE.MLH.ORG/GOTO/BES Thanks for helping us support LeBonheur!
Mask Mandate Update-Health Order No. 25 Featured Photo

Mask Mandate Update-Health Order No. 25

Bartlett City Schools (BCS) is aware that U.S. District Judge Sheryl Lipman has issued a temporary restraining order that instructs the Shelby County Health Department to enforce its county-wide mask mandate without exception for Governor Lee’s Executive Order 84. Pursuant to this order, Shelby County Health Order No. 25 is the current controlling health directive related to masks for K-12 schools within Shelby County, Tennessee. Therefore, effective immediately, all students and visitors shall wear a mask while at school or at any indoor BCS facility as outlined in Health Order No. 25. Click the headline for the Link to Shelby County Health Department Health Order No. 25.

Principal's Message

Principals Portrait
Welcome to a great new year! There's no place I'd rather B!

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
pwatson@bartlettschools.org