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  • TNReady Reminders

    Please check the calendar to see which days your student is testing.  It is important that students arrive to school on time for testing.  If students arrive after testing begins, they will not be able to test that day.  Please arrive between 7:45 and 8:10.

    In-Person Learner Arrival and Dismissal

    In-person learners will follow their regular drop off and pick-up routines.  On testing days, if parents want to check their in-person learner out early, they will need to park and check the student out from the office.

     

    Virtual Learner Arrival and Dismissal for testing days

    Arrival: All virtual learners coming to campus for testing should report to the auditorium door upon arrival (between the cafeteria and the middle school entrance next to the outdoor classroom). Staff and signage will be present to help students locate the correct entrance.  Parents are not able to enter the building.

    Dismissal: Parents may pick students up when testing is completed for the day.  Please see the Pick-up time chart to see when each grade level when be finished each day. 

     

    • Virtual Learner Pick-up Car Line:Parents should enter off Tutwiler and use the back driveway.  Between the assigned pick-up time and 2:30, parents should follow the drive past the cafeteria to the Virtual Learner-Pick-up location adjacent to the Map Area.  Beginning at 2:30, parents should continue straight towards N. Parkway rather than turning towards the cafeteria.  At that time Virtual Student Pick-up will be at the end door on the back drive and parents will exit on N. Parkway.  Signage and staff will be present to aid parents.
    • Bus Riders: Students who will be riding the bus, will need to remain until the end of the school day.

    Pickup Schedule

    What to Bring on Test Day

    • Students are required to wear a mask.
    • School lunches will be provided to all students; however, students may bring a lunch from home if preferred.
    • Students may bring a sealed water bottle.
    • Students may bring a book to read on breaks.
    • NO ELECTRONIC Devices are permitted for testing. Virtual learners should not bring their SCS devices on their days of testing.
    • Uniforms are not required.

     

    Covid-19 Safety Procedures

    • All students will be screened upon arrival before entrance to the building. Any student with an elevated temperature or showing symptoms will immediately be escorted to the safe room where the parent will be contacted to retrieve the student.
    • Masks must be worn on campus and in the building.
    • Students will be distanced from other students.
    • Students testing in classrooms will be in groups of 14 or less. The number of students testing in larger spaces will be capped at the number that can be distanced 6 feet from each other. 

     

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  • Town Hall Meeting at 6PM Tuesday, May 4. Click to attend.

     

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    Snowden Families,

    Please see the important information about 2021-2022 Registration below.  Be sure to note that ALL STUDENTS including returning students must complete registration.  (Optional and General Choice Transfer Applications are not registration.)  

    The District will launch On-line Registration beginning Monday, April 12 for all new and returning students in Shelby County Schools. Critical updates to demographic data, opt-in/out, and health information are required this year.

    Students who do not register will not be considered enrolled for the 2021-22 school year. Please visit Registration (scsk12.org) for instructions.

    Snowden students who's families complete their registration between April 12th through April 30th will have an option of a homework pass or their lowest classwork or homework grade removed.

    Questions? jacksonmc@scsk12.org

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