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Toolkits Provide Preschool Families with Continued Learning at Home
01/20/2021
To some, it may look like a magical box filled with wonders and the keys to explore lands previously unknown. To others, it may simply be a clear plastic tub stocked with scissors, glue stick, markers, crayons, pencils, pompoms, cubes, dice, dry erase boards, magnetic letters and more. To all the parents of preschools enrolled in Weakley County Schools, it’s become a means for learning to continue outside the classroom.
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Behavioral Health Safety Net for Children Now Available for Weakley County Students
01/13/2021
Aggression, self-harm, depression, anxiety, lack of motivation, acting out in class, alcohol and/or drug abuse – the array of behavioral health issues which can be found on almost any school campus in the country is also the reason Weakley County Schools offers an extensive menu of mental health services. And now another safety net has been added to the mix.
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School Board Begins Year with COVID Updates and Planning
01/08/2021
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Weakley County School Board took place on Thursday, January 7, at the Board of Education and online.
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Schools Name Teachers of the Year
01/05/2021
Peer recognition has made its way to the halls of Weakley County Schools as teachers once again identify Teachers of the Year.
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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.

For enrichment resources to use in addition to MDE materials, click here.
   
   

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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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