JSE Weekly Newsletter

April 19 - April 23


2nd and 3rd grade will be conducting state testing again this week. We appreciate your help in getting your child to bed on time, to school on time, and making sure they have a good breakfast!


In the next few weeks, Maryville City Schools will open the portal for both RETURNING STUDENT VERIFICATION and NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION. As the family of a returning student, you will be notified by email with all the details. This year, rather than using a SNAPCODE to access the verification site, you will simply use your PowerSchool Parent Account. The same will be true in future years too.

The NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION process will also happen in PowerSchool, so those families will create their Parent Portal first, and then go through the registration process.

Review the section below if your child will be in KINDERGARTEN during the 2021-2022 school year.

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Shout Outs!

Many thanks to the following businesses who donated free coupons for our students this week:

Tropical Smoothie Cafe


Texas Roadhouse

Dairy Queen

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Mrs. Keller's class would like to thank the Central Farmers Cooperative in Maryville for donating herbs, marigolds, and vegetables to our courtyard garden! The students have enjoyed learning about farming and gardening.
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Adventure Club News

Sign up for summer Adventure Club began on April 5th and will end on April 30th. Forms are 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. The integrated pre-k program follows the Maryville City Schools calendar. Students of families who meet income requirements may attend free of charge. Pre-Kindergarten applications are being accepted now. Details of the program and applications may be found at:


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

Applications may also be found at all elementary schools in the front office.

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Ways to Help Your School: