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Snowbird reads to Henry Elementary students!
How can you spend your time on a snow day? By reading, of course!
Use data to drive instruction
Harrelson Elementary School teachers
Look what I can do in Math!
Student ownership of learning.
December 5th, 2013
Lakewood Pep rally
Lakewood Speech Team
The team placed second overall at the Brentwood tournament
Grove Open House
Parents receive information about school expectations, including Common Core State Standards.
C U @ the Pole
Happy about our data
District-wide kick-off celebration for 2013
Heart disease is no match for the power of red!
Central Office employees support the American Heart Association.
Student Mastery Chart
Students track their learning progress
Using the new Coin - U - Lators made possible by a Plus Endowment Grant
Having fun in California at Nationals!
Henry County Patriots are champions!
Then again, all of our students and staff are!
Where do you want to continue your education?
HCHS students learn about post-secondary opportunities.
Tech labs in action!
Small group instruction helps students succeed!
Grove students pledge to graduate
Essay Contest Winners with Paris Henry County Ministerial Alliance
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2014
Educating our present about our past to secure our future
Healty choices for healthy children!
Henry Elementary School celebrates Child Health Week
Grove's Artists in Training
The Henry County School System intends to apply for the LEAP and 21st Century grants. LEAPs - Lottery for Education: Afterschool Programs provides academic enrichment opportunities for TN students through unclaimed lottery winnings; the 21st Century Community Learning Centers - Federal funding provides resources for extended learning activities to students attending high-poverty schools. If you have questions or comments regarding these programs, please contact Susan Burton at 731-642-3101.
The Henry County Health Department and the West TN Regional Health Department, in conjunction with the Henry County Emergency Management Agency, will be conducting door-to-door interviews as part of a training exercise on Thursday and Friday, March 27 and 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Staff members from various health departments and volunteers will be interviewing residents using a rapid assessment tool known as the Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER). Data collected from the CASPER exercise will help local officials gain knowledge about the level of emergency preparedness of residents in Henry County and where they might seek assistance in a disaster situation.
NO PERSONAL INFORMATION WILL BE COLLECTED Residents will be asked questions about whether or not they have an emergency plan, whether or not their family might need assistance during an emergency, and where they might evacuate in needed.
Be a Hero, give blood! Our HCHS Spring blood drive is scheduled for Friday April 11, 2014. Please sign up with your homeroom teacher by Wednesday April 2, 2014. Anyone 17 years old or older can give blood; 17 year olds have to get a permission form signed. Extra permission forms can be picked up in the nursing office.