Eagleville Times

Week of October 12th-16th

Principal's Message

Happy Fall Break!


Parents, I hope that you and your children have a restful and relaxing fall break. The first nine weeks ends today and we have had a few challenges through it, but we are working to improve every single day. I am thankful to our teachers for working so hard this year to do what they do best in caring for and teaching your children. The students have also done a fantastic job of adhering to the new procedures and policies.


A few notes as we move into the second nine weeks:


  • Oct 13th is distance learning day for all students. Below are attachments for more information on distance learning expectations for the next nine weeks and the schedule for distance learners on Oct. 13th.
  • We are making a slight adjustment to our dismissal after fall break, so car riders may see a slow down initially of a couple of minutes.


Thanks you and Go Eagles!

Tim Pedigo

Distance Learner information

OCTOBER 13TH IS A COUNTY WIDE DISTANT LEARNING DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS.

Tuesday, October 13th all students will be distant learning. This will be all across Rutherford County. The YMCA will be closed that day as well and will operate their regular programs on Monday, October 12th and return back on Wednesday, October 14th with our normal operations.

Way to go Garren!

https://www.rcschools.net/apps/news/article/1302368


Gov. Bill Lee appoints Eagleville senior to State Board of Education

Garren Hamby will serve as voting member for 2020–2021 school year.

General Reminders

Arrival Time

We appreciate everyone working with us to arrive later if you can (7:25-7:40am), but please remember that your child should be in the classroom before the 7:45 bell. If students are planning to eat breakfast at school, please drop them off no later than 7:30am for them to have time to eat and be in the classroom by 7:45am.

Water Bottles

If your child does not have their own water bottle, we would encourage you to send one each day. Please label it so we can get them back to students if they get lost. The plastic ones with good tops help us avoid spills. We will send those home daily for them to be washed.

Masks

The students have been doing a phenomenal job with their masks. Please wash those nightly or wear a clean one each day. I would also encourage you to find a way your child can keep it on them at all times (like with a lanyard) to avoid dropping it on the floor or misplacing it during a mask break.

Free Breakfast and Lunch

You should have received notification about all students being able to receive free breakfast and lunch through December. We want to encourage you to check the menus and talk with your child about eating. The a la carte items will still be charged to student accounts.

Oct. 3-16 birthdays


  • Haddash G., Asher C., Summer C., Sarah T., Georgette F., Keith R., Lyla G.
  • Nolah H., Brody S., Lynlee B., Remi C., Jayln W., Tinsley P., Donovin D., Ellen H.,
  • Brynn S., Joshua S., Jed F., Peyton B.,Sam C., Dani J., Easton M.,Jacob M., Jace A.,
  • Morgan B., Corbin Q., Kruz R., Carter W., Miles l., Andrew W.,

Yearbook information

Dear Students and Parents,

We are hard at work on this year's Yearbook. Never has the beginning of a school year looked so strange, but we are here to document it every step of the way, no matter how much stranger, or more like normal, it looks. This will be a year that none of us will ever forget. And that's where we come in, we will create a Yearbook that we all will be proud of for years to come.

Don't delay, order yours today!

https://www.balfour.com/

Yearbooks

Letterman's Jackets

Please access the video by clicking LETTER JACKETS!

Students/Parents can order directly online by clicking LETTER JACKET ORDERING.