Week of May 8th-14th
We are getting closer to the end of school! We need to finish out strong and be ready for a good summer. Only three more weeks left!
This past week has been teacher appreciation week and we want to thank all the Eagleville parents that have contributed to providing something for our teachers. We were able to have a special treat for every day this week. Thank you!
There is a lot of information in this newsletter so I encourage you to read all the way to the bottom.
Thank you and have a great weekend!
Kindergarten Through 5th grade Summer Camp Openings at Rockvale Elem.
Congratulations to Jett Murphy, Drake Goers, and Hudson Shanks for placing in the Top 20 in the MTSU Virtual Math Competition. Jett Murphy placed 3rd out of 180 top level students while only missing 1 question! We are very proud of all students that competed in this competition.
Congratulations to the following high school students:
Elias Anderson has been officially accepted to Governor's School for Engineering at UTK this summer and Rhiannon Hutchinson was put on the alternate list for all three of the schools she applied to.
Congratulations to Haylee Ferguson for being awarded the Student of Integrity Scholarship from the BBB of Middle TN.
Congratulations to Madison Owen and Madysson Tibbs for being selected as the Girls State Representatives from Eagleville School.
- Congratulations to Jeremiah Carlton and Emmanuel "Manny" Bailon for being selected to represent Eagleville this summer at Boys State.
Congratulationsto the following winners of the final National Word Masters Challenge
- School Level Winner
- Hudson Shanks
School Level and District Level Winners
- Blain Poynor
- Kyndal Freeman
- Michael Thibodeaux
- Kenzie Blackburn
- Carson Puckett
- Hunter Pendergrast
- Brynn Smith
- Kaleb Greer
- Congratulations to Jenna Gaessler! She is the recipient of the Rutherford County Sherrif's Office SRO Scholarship.
The Eagleville High School BASS Team completed their season Saturday on Tim's Ford Lake.
Final Standings for the Central Tennessee Region are as follows:
Out of over 300 Boats in our region, Our Eagleville teams finished as follows:
-Alex Arnold and Brant Buchannan 28th place
-Jacob Sledge and Garrett Barnes 31st place
Not far behind we're the teams of
-Austin and Marshall Spann
-Cade Pippenger and Landen Cosby
-John Mullins and Jayden Douglas
-Cason Lamb and Lane Freise
-Cole Bracewell and Parker Vivrette
Congratulations to all our guys that fished tournaments this school year and best of luck to our teams fishing the State Championship in June at Chickamauga Lake in Dayton Tennessee.
Kindergarten Registration for the 2021-22 school year began on Monday, April 12.
Parents are highly encouraged to register online. The link can be found HERE (LIVE)
All incoming Kindergarteners will need to take a screener on either April 23 or April 30. Once you have completed registration, you will be sent an email with a link to sign up for a time for your child to come in and take the screener.
The documents needed to register can be found below:
Documents parents should be prepared to upload:
- Birth certificate or other official record of birth (TN birth certificates can be obtained by calling the Rutherford County Health Department at 615-898-7880)
- Tennessee Department of Health Certificate of Immunization*
- Proof of residence **
- Current proof of custody of the child if parents are divorced, separated or unmarried.
*A list of all health requirements can be found HERE. To get a Tennessee Department of Health Certificate of Immunization, parents should contact their child's health care provider or the Health Department to schedule an appointment for a kindergarten physical. At that time, any additional shots that may be needed will be given to meet state requirements for entrance into school and a Certificate of Immunization will be issued.
** Proof of residence is current utility bills – electric, gas or water – with the parent's name and address printed on it. If parents have not been living at the residence long enough to have a utility bill, a lease on a house or apartment will be accepted, or you can get a statement from the utility company showing you have started service at the specific address.
Detailed information on immunizations can be found HERE.
**If you need a packet in lieu of online registration, you may pick one up in the front office during regular school hours.
GRADUATION IS MAY 14TH
Sick policy and protocol .
Here are some tips from Nurse Carroll on navigating COVID-19, staying well, and reducing the spread of illness:
- Please wear a face mask when in public or around people from outside of your household
- Please wash hands frequently or use hand sanitizer frequently. Washing hands with soap and water for 20 seconds is best, but hand sanitizer may be more accessible and is also a good option to reduce germs on hands.
- Flu shots are recommended. Flu shots can reduce illness and possible un-necessary testing or quarantine due to symptoms
- Please remain home if you or your child are sick.
- Please Call/email Nurse Carroll for guidance on your child returning to school if he/she has possible symptoms of COVID-19 such as cough, runny/stuffy nose, sore throat, temperature greater than or equal to 100.4, chills, body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
- COVID-19 can spread starting 48 hours (or 2 days) before the person has any symptoms or tests positive
- Please refer to my webpage for recent posts for COVID-19 information and the most current COVID-19 policy.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Monthly Teacher Appreciation Opportunity
Arrival Time/Pick up 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.
If you need to pick up your student please do it prior to 2:30PM.
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.
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.
RISING STARS VOLLEYBALL SKILLS CLINIC and MIDDLE AND HS TRYOUTS
OPEN TO 1ST- 7TH GRADERS
$45.00 (INCLUDES CLINIC T-SHIRT)
Questions email Deanna Freise at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Middle school volleyball team will have try-outs from 12:30-2:30 on May 27th(2 hour day) in the new gym. You must have a current physical in dragonfly in order to try out. Any questions see Coach Pepper.
High School Volleyball tryouts will be on May 27th from 10:30-12:30. You must have a current physical in dragon fly in order to try out. Anyone interested in trying out needs to stop by Coach Freise's room and pick up an information packet.