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HELPFUL LINKS:

 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/children.html

https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-coronavirus

https://whnt.com/news/ncfl-providing-free-online-learning-resources-for-kids-during-covid-19-school-closures/

https://www.hmhco.com/learningsupport

Math Resources:

Prodigy (http://www.prodigygame.com)

Sumdog https://pages.sumdog.com/

 

Reading Resources:

TumbleBooks eBooks https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/

Oxford Owl eBooks https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Storyline eBooks https://www.storylineonline.net/

Lalilo https://student.lalilo.com/#/login

Sumdog https://pages.sumdog.com/ Sumdog Reading and Spelling are free for now.)

 

Multisubject Resources:

Starfall https://www.starfall.com/h/

*Scholastic Learn at Home: https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

*Clever https://clever.com/

*BrainPop Free Stuff: https://www.brainpop.com/free-stuff/

https://app.studyisland.com/cfw/login/

 

Image result for homework hotline clipartHOMEWORK HOTLINE

 

Chat online at https://www.homeworkhotline.info/

Call @ 615-298-6636 for FREE tutoring                

 

 

  Parent Vue allows parents to:

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  • see your child’s grades
  • see your child’s attendance record
  • see discipline incidents
  • see your child’s daily schedule
  • see class notes

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Image result for ut clipartCollege Days

August 15

September 5

October 3

November 7

December 5

January 9

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March 5

April 2

May 7

** Students may wear jeans (jeans may not have any rips or tears in them) with the college of their HOMEROOM class.  If you do not have that college shirt, you may wear the following color(s) that represent that college.  The shirt must me solid in color with no other writing on it. Some teachers have class shirts that the students will change into when they get to school. **

Sharon Bishop – Austin Peay Governors – has class shirts

Susie Kessler – Oregon Ducks – has class shirts

Teresa Johns – University of Arkansas Razorbacks – red or black

Becky Ward – Georgia Bulldogs – red or black – has class shirts

De’Shadrian Campbell – University of Michigan – dark/royal blue or yellow

Annette McBryde – Blue Mountain – navy or white - has class shirts

Paige Vales – Western Governor’s University – navy blue or white – has class shirts

Tina Albanez – Auburn Tigers – orange or navy

Marcy Clifton –Martin Skyhawks – navy blue or orange - has class shirts

Beth Smith –Memphis Tigers – blue or gray – has class shirts

Stacy Moore – University of North Alabama – purple or gold – has class shirts

Jeanne Mullins – Louisiana Tech Bulldogs – primary red or blue

Kayla Marcum - Mississippi State Bulldogs – maroon or white (no undershirts)

Sarah Coupe – Texas A & M Aggies – maroon or white (no undershirts)

Linda McTizic – Bethel University Wildcats – purple or gold

Kimberly Borden – Freed-Hardeman Lions – maroon or gold – has class shirts

Lisa Lanier – Florida Gators – orange or blue

Cindy Bucud – James Madison University Dukes – purple or yellow

Cassie Elliott – Alabama Crimson Tide – maroon or gray

Falesha Vickers - Coastal Carolina - teal and bronze. 

Doug Lowrie – Kansas Jayhawks – crimson or blue

                         Susan Howell – Tennessee – orange or white (no undershirts) – has class shirts

 

Image result for report card clipartREPORT CARDS

Report cards are sent out after the end of each nine-week grading period for students in grades K-6.  Parents shall sign the report card and students shall return the report card to school the next day.  A signature does not denote agreement or disagreement with the grades.  The signature is the school’s way of knowing that the parents have seen the report card.  If parents have questions concerning the report card, they may call the school office and request a conference with their child’s teacher(s).  Progress Reports are also sent home in the middle of the nine-week grading period.

MES Grading Scalegrading scale                           

85---92       B                                              

75---84       C                                               

70---74       D                                              

Below 70---F                                                  

PROGRESS REPORT DATES               REPORT CARD DATES:   

Sept. 4       Nov. 13                                  Oct. 22           Jan. 13

Feb. 5        April 15                                  March 17        May 21

ABSENTEEISM

When students miss school, they are required to bring a note from the parent or guardian stating the reason they were absent.  If it is an acceptable reason (for example, sickness, a death in the family, etc.), the student has up to three school days to complete their make-up work and turn it in.  If they fail to do this, it becomes a zero.  In the case of an extended absence, the teacher can extend the time a reasonable length.  Absences due to “going on vacation,” visiting relatives, etc. are not acceptable reasons.  However, parents are urged to make arrangements to have their child’s work sent home if they know it will be an extended absence so they won’t get too far behind.  If a student misses more than 10 days, we will require a doctor’s excuse for any further absences.  Please remember to have your child at school every day possible.  Completing make-up work in no way replaces the classroom experiences that students miss when they are absent.   
 

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Contact Information

Middleton Elementary School
180 Robin Circle
PO Box 537
Middleton, Tennessee 38052
Schedule:

Middleton Elementary School is open on school days 7:00-3:00. 

Map
Phone: 731-376-0160
Mobile: 7313760160
Toll Free: 7313760160
Fax: 731-376-9111