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Leadership Offers Assessment of First Six Weeks
09/23/2020
The first six weeks of Weakley County Schools 2020-21 academic year is coming to a close. With that date comes the reality of report cards and assessing progress. Turning the tables on administration, the following is a look at where they identified the district has seen success and a few areas in need of improvement.
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EAs Serve in Classrooms, Offices, Cafeterias and More
09/22/2020
A majority of the nearly 90 men and women who are called Educational Assistants in Weakley County Schools are assigned to the special needs student population. Others serve in the cafeteria or the office. Some do the role on a part-time basis and others are full-time employees. Meet some of them here.
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Virtual Title 1 Meeting to Precede October Board Meeting
09/21/2020
On October 1, 2020, at 4:00 p.m., the Federal Programs plan for Weakley County Schools will be available for public review and comment prior to the regularly scheduled board meeting. See story for Zoom link.
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Art in the Days of COVID Continues to Encourage Expression
09/16/2020
During National Arts in Education Week (Sept. 13-19), Weakley County Schools celebrates the creativity within the lesson plan as well as planning for learning during the pandemic.
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Reopening 2020-21

The School Board of Weakley County Schools approved the Reopening 2020-21 plan for the district at the July 20 board meeting. They also delayed the first day of classes until August 17. Click on the each of the links below to download the explanatory documents. (Special thanks to Laura Camacho for the Spanish translations.)

The COVID-19 situation is a very fluid one. We will update the following documents as circumstances change. 

         -- Reopening 2020-21 Plan
Click here for Reopening 2020-21 Plan in Spanish

         -- Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for FAQs in Spanish
         -- Reopening 2020-21 Overview
Click here for Overview in Spanish
         -- Letter from Director Randy Frazier

Monitored Distance Education

 MDE Click here for information on Monitored Distance Education including an overview, links to the program, and contact information.
 K-5 Click here for a look at the K-5th grade personal learning platform, Weakley County Schools is using for MDE.
 6-12 Click here for a look at the 6th-12th grade personal learning platform, Weakley County Schools is using for MDE.

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Weakley County Schools is home to 10 schools in Northwest Tennessee.  Over 300 innovative educators in the towns of Dresden, Gleason, Greenfield, Martin and Sharon serve over 3,900 students in local community public schools.  Our faculty to student ratio is 1:13. (For school list and more information, click here.)


Weakley County Schools will not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, handicap, national origin, gender, age, political affiliation or beliefs (Board Policy #6.304).  Complaint procedures related to harassment/discrimination for employees and students are listed under Board Policies 5.500, 5.501, 6.304, 6.305 and may be made available in other languages as necessary.


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