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PO Box 629, Sneedville, TN  37869          (423) 733-2591          Fax (423) 733-8757          Tony Seal, Director

 

 

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SCHOOL CLOSING INFORMATION

Call the new automated system

 

423-733-2591

4pm–8am

 

 

Upcoming Events

Reminder:  After-School has ended.  Please make arrangements to pick up your child at 3pm.  Thank you!

May 24

HCES Awards Day, 9am

HCHS Baccalaureate, 7pm

College Signing Day

May 25

Administrative Day, no school for students

Kindergarten Registration (details)

8th Grade Night, HCMHS Gym, 7pm

May 26

Last day of school, dismiss at 11am

Report Cards will be sent home

HCHS Class Night, 7pm

May 27

HCHS Graduation, HCMHS Gym, 10am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing a new way to stay informed!

 

Click below to download the Follett Notifications app:

 

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URL:   https://sis-hancock.tnk12.gov

Username and Password: Check with your child’s teacher

 

 

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News

10/11/16

Steps to Homework Success

8/1/16

Back to School: 7 Ways to Help Kids Transition Back to the Classroom

4/27/16

TNReady Press Release & FAQ

10/23/15

Hancock County Schools become Heart Safe Facilities

 

Parent Info

Parent Website to Combat Chronic Absenteeism

The U.S. Department of Education, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, and the Ad Council have partnered to create a public service campaign called Absences Add Up. The campaign features a series of PSAs that direct parents to AbsencesAddUp.org, a website with information and resources to help parents in ensuring their children attend school each day. 

Emergency Response Plan

 

The Emergency Response Plan is available for review.  Please contact Ms. Debra McDaniel at 423-733-1474 or Mr. Tony Seal at 423-733-2591.

 

2016-17 Testing Schedule

  • For High School students, the testing windows are Nov. 28–Dec. 16 and April 17–May 5.
  • For Elementary and Middle School students, the testing window is April 17–May 5.

 

2017 TNReady Parent Information Brochure    

(brochure)     (text only)     (brochure-Spanish)     (text only-Spanish)

 

          2016-2017 Assessment Information

          Parent Guide to being TNReady

          Parent Guide to TNReady Supports for Students with Disabilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

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