Bartlett Elementary School

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Support Our 2018 Panther Prowl!

Bartlett Elementary is a school where student learning thrives and children feel good about the place they call their school. We believe that this is because of the incredible students that attend our school, the awesome staff who believe that relationships with students are key to optimal learning and more importantly the incredible support of our families. We could not engage in the wonderful learning opportunities and the fun things we do here without your monetary support. Please know that no amount is too small. Your ongoing backing and support are both truly appreciated. Your donations will help pay for:
technology, teacher requests , programs, student incentives,
and so much more!
You will receive a free Prowl shirt with each $30 donation.
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BCS Menus & Prices

Click the headline to visit the BCS nutrition site for monthly menus, online payments, meal prices, etc. Student Breakfast $1.50; Student Lunch $2.75; Adult Lunch $4.50
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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 http://absencesaddup.org/ and learn more.*
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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.
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