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Today, the governor recommended that schools remain closed through the end of the school year. Randy Scallions, executive director of the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools (TACS), will be meeting with the State Department of Education this week to discuss options our school will have concerning the remainder of the semester and will share that information as soon as possible.

I do not anticipate students returning to campus in any traditional scheduling format this semester. If health and safety officials permit, however, we will consider allowing students on campus in a limited capacity. This might include inviting groups of students to meet with teachers for in-person instruction, tutoring, help classes, etc. These possibilities are only in the idea stage right now, but we want to consider all reasonable options that will not compromise the health of our students, teachers, and families.

The primary goal of such considerations is the academic well-being of our students. The state is offering tremendous flexibility for schools during this time of uncertainty, and for that we are grateful. This empathy, however, does not address our students’ academic needs. Regardless of the unusual circumstances we are facing, our students need to be prepared for their next educational steps, and we will diligently explore viable avenues to help them arrive academically equipped.

April 15, 2020

Governor’s Recommendation & Academic Considerations

Today, the governor recommended that schools remain closed through the end of the school year. Randy Scallions, executive director of the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools […]
April 11, 2020

No Achievement Tests or Final Exams this Semester

Due to the disruption COVID-19 is having on our spring semester, we will not be administering achievement tests or final exams in April or May. While […]
April 2, 2020

Continuation of Distance Learning

Distance Learning Extended through April 24 Due to local and national safety precautions, we are extending our distance learning program through April 24. This decision also […]
March 30, 2020

Spring 2020 K-12 Distance Learning Information

On Tuesday, March 31, our K-12 students will begin at-home learning due to safety measures associated with preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This distance […]
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