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  • CLICK HERE to get a Calendar of our September/October schedule.

    The USDA extends daily curbside meal pick-up and meal delivery for all children age 0-18 regardless if they are enrolled in a Washington County school or not. CLICK HERE for details.


    DETAILS FOR 50%-PLAN (September 21 - Ocober 1)

    • AB students have last names beginning with A to K
    • CD students have last names beginning with L to Z
    • Masks are expected to be worn by eneryone (staff and students)
    • Students should bring their Chromebook (charged!) and other necessary supplies everyday
    • All buses will be running.
    • Parking passes will be available in the bookstore if you will be driving.  CLICK HERE to download required application. Get yours soon!
    • Breakfast & Lunch:
      • will be provided without charge to both attending students (in cafeteria) and virtual students (curbside).  See USDA announcement above. 
      • Curbside pickup will be available Monday - Friday. 
      • Parents are encouraged to deposit some funds into students' cafeteria accounts in case a students wants an item beyond basic daily lunch selections. 
    • Students who wish to remain on Virtual Learning, notify us at 423-753-1150

    Important Documents:

    2020-2021 Parking Pass Application.  CLICK HERE to get one.

    2020-2021 Free and Reduced Lunch Applications:

    To visit the county's Food & Nutrition page, CLICK HERE
    To submit the online Free & Reduced Lunch Form, CLICK HERE
    To get the Printable Free/ Reduced Lunch Application, CLICK HERE
    Para conseguir la aplicación gratis de almuerzo en Español, hacer un CLIC AQUÍ

    2020 Fall Athletc Schedules - Football || Soccer || Volleyball

    Remote Learning Contract

     

    How to Wear and Care for a Cloth Face Covering


     IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:

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    Frontier Health Mobile Crisis Hotline: 877-928-9062

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

    Mental Health Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741

    Contact 2-1-1: (423) 246-2273, Texting – 898211, or on the web: https://Contact211NETN.org

    Need help finding resources?  Contact 2-1-1 is an organization assisting Northeast Tennessee.  They can help with abuse, loneliness, depression, temporary financial assistance, medical direction, support group information, crisis intervention, senior assurance calls, volunteer opportunities and much more.  They work with over 600 community agencies that can meet your needs. Families can contact 211 by Calling - (423) 246-2273, Texting – 898211, or Clicking - Contact211NETN.org. They are open Monday through Friday 9 am to 9 pm.  Voice messages left after hours will be returned the next business day. Services are free and confidential.

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    CLICK HERE to download an application for a parking pass.

    CLICK HERE for information about breakfast & lunch menus.

    CLICK HERE to download our Parent Involvement Book.

    CLICK HERE to view all of our announcements.

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