Bartlett Strong-Bartlett Schools
This page is ran by a few Bartlett parents who strive to help the community informed & united. If th We want to preserve that.
Bartlett is a thriving community that has co-existed in NE Shelby Co for decades. Bartlett is the 10th largest city in TN, and is an important part of Shelby Co. People who live in Bartlett enjoy a clean environment, low crime, and great schools. Our belief lies in the continued existence in Neighborhood Schools that invest in our children.
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Go Bartlett! Another great win against a solid Collierville team. Headed to state.
Robert Giaimo leads Bartlett football to region title in OT with 273 yards rushing, 3 TDs The 5-foot-9 senior said Memphis recently gave him a preferred walk-on option
Happy Thursday, everyone!
I missed it last week, and honestly I'm kicking myself a little for not participating in this sooner, but pictured here is what we picked up this morning for our three children through the Shelby County Weekly Grab N' Go meals for students program that we talked about here during Fall Break. Again, this program is open to ALL Shelby County residents regardless of school district, anyone at all with children aged 18 mos - 18 yrs living in the household, so Bartlett residents are included and encouraged to take advantage of this offer while it lasts. Specifically, I drove to Raleigh Bartlett Meadows Elementary School at 5195 Twin Woods Ave, followed the yellow arrows around the right side of the building, parked at the sign for meal pickup, and they came right out with the form I needed (thank goodness, because my printer is a glorified paper weight at the moment). They asked me how many kids I had, and as I filled out their names they loaded bag after bag after bag of food and drinks into my car. I mean, look at it all! I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of fresh fruits and vegetables provided. If you can, swing by any Shelby County school during the designated pickup times (Thursdays, 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm, and Fridays, 7am-9am). It's federally funded, there is no shortage of food, and participation helps keep the cafeteria staff paid and working. Very much worth it and 100% free through the end of the year.
Bartlett City Schools is also offering free meals for students until the end of the year. Students attending in person need only walk into the cafeteria and order their meals. Virtual students qualify, as well, but you'll need to fill out an online form no later than 3pm the day prior and pick your breakfasts/lunches up daily. You can read more specific information here: https://www.bartlettschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1584579&type=d&pREC_ID=2035347.
I hope everyone is having a fantastic Fall Break with this GLORIOUS weather today!
We've all received an email about this a couple of months ago, but a reminder - Bartlett City Schools is offering free meals, breakfast and lunch, to ALL families through December 31, 2020 regardless of whether or not you typically qualify. If your student is attending virtually, you must fill out an online form before 3pm the day before picking up your combo breakfast/lunch meals at Bartlett High School. Specific details can be found here: https://www.bartlettschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1584579&type=d&pREC_ID=2035347. You will need your student's meal PIN to participate, which if you don't know you can get by emailing the BCS Nutrition Supervisor Amy Tucker at [email protected].
Shelby County Schools also has a free meal program that they have extended to every child ages 18 mos - 18 yrs in the household, even if they attend a different school system. With them, you pickup the entire week's worth of breakfasts and lunches at one time. There is a form you can print and bring with you to any Shelby County School Thursdays (9 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1 - 5 p.m.) or Fridays (7 – 9 a.m.). You can find the form and more details here: https://www.scsk12.org/coronavirusfacts/studentmeals.
Participation in these programs is highly encouraged by all, even if you don't really need it. There is no shortage of food available, and keeping busy keeps their staff employed and paid. So, help them out and get some free food at the same time! It's a win-win for all.
Note: No free meals are available to pickup through either program this week during Fall Break. Everything will resume next week.
(Photo by Erica Edwards, an example of SCS free breakfasts and lunches for one week for two children).
Bartlett High football is a shining example of improvement in our school system. Years ago, investment was made in the youth football leagues, as well as in the caliber of coaches who have been developing these young men. Not only is the football team seeing the results of this investment, the other programs that are involved with football are better! Band, cheer, boosters, you name it, Bartlett Strong!
I started this page several years ago when Bartlett was trying to break away from SCSS and form its own municipal school system. We were successful, and my youngest was in 6th grade. He is a senior now, and my oldest has long graduated. Great things are happening with Bartlett Schools, and I am looking for parents who want to maintain this page with Bartlett Schools/ Bartlett related material, and keep Bartlett Strong, Bartlett Schools going. it is a great platform, and has a lot of followers. Let me know if you want to be a page admin. Thanks!
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Just a reminder this is a parent ran page. I know things are tough right now with this new normal. If your child’s extracurricular group has something going on you’re free to post here to get the word out.
Way to go Bartlett ! Happy teachers = happy classroom
Top Workplaces 2018: Bartlett City Schools built 'around having great people,' superintendent says Bartlett City Schools was named the Top Workplace in Memphis, among large employers.
As the school year gears up I would like to remind everyone this is a parent ran page who would like to help out the community 😊
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BARTLETT WINS BIG OVER SHEFFIELD. GO PANTHERS!
Bartlett High loses a tough one to Collierville tonight, 34-20.
Sound off Bartlett. What changes do you like best (so far) about Bartlett having its own school system and what do you hope to see in the future?
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