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2016-2017 District Calendar

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District Planning Process

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SCHOOL CLOSING INFORMATION

Call the new automated system

 

423-733-2591

4pm–8am

 

 

NEWS

 

Upcoming Events

 

September 26

In-Service, no school for students

September 28

HCES Bus Driver Appreciation Day

September 29         

HCMHS Bus Driver Appreciation Day

September 30

HCES Ice Cream Supper, 6pm-11pm

October 3-7

Fall Break, no school

October 20

HCMHS Picture Retakes

 

 

 

 

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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Audience: Principals, School Counselors, and Educators
ContactMike.Herrmann@tn.gov 

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. 

 

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

 

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.

2016-2017 Assessment Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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