JSE Weekly Newsletter

April 5 - April 9

Class Pictures Tuesday, April 6th

Class photos will be taken this Tuesday, April 6th. This is the first day back after this long weekend. Don't forget to dress your best! Class photo orders must be turned in on or before picture day

(The order forms should have been sent home previously. A copy of the form is below also.)


Digital teachers are planning unique ways to prepare a class photograph for each of the digital classes so those students do not need to try to come in for this event!

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Adventure Club News

Sign up for summer Adventure Club will begin on April 5th and will end on April 30th. Forms will be available from Mrs. Misty in Adventure Club or call 865-681-8210 and she can send one home with your student. Please get your forms in as early as possible as spots fill quickly!


Any questions please call Misty Cable at 865-681-8210 or email her at misty.cable@maryville-schools.org.

Announcement for Parents with Pre-School Aged Children

Maryville City Schools will offer pre-kindergarten classes at each elementary school next year. Each classroom will be an integrated pre-K (IPK) program where children from families who meet income requirements learn alongside children with disabilities and peer models. The IPK will be a program that offers preschoolers with and without disabilities challenging experiences through a curriculum emphasizing social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Pre-Kindergarten applications are being accepted NOW for children whose families meet income eligibility requirements.


Details of the program and applications may be found at:


https://www.maryville-schools.org/parentsstudents/preschool


(Applications are under the Application Forms Tab - "Integrated PreK Application"


Applications may also be found at all elementary schools in the front office starting Monday, March 1.

Upcoming Calendar Changes

Please note the following changes to the district calendar:



  • Monday, April 5 - No School (The Monday after Easter) This gives students and staff a four day weekend, as school was already closed on Friday, April 2nd.)
  • Thursday, May 20 - is the last day of school for all students and now it is a half-day, rather than a full-day. Students are expected to attend and attendance will be taken.



LINK HERE to review the district calendar page on our website.

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