Bartlett City Schools

News & Announcements

Online Lunch Payments

Parents please make plans for the end of the year. No online payments will be allowed after May 8. Also, no checks will be accepted after May 8. Also, if you have auto payments scheduled for your child's lunch account, please disable by logging into your account and unchecking the box. If you don't disable the auto pay, there is a possibility the payments could continue over the summer. If you need help turning your auto pay function off, please call 800.741.7100.

Oak Elementary Running of the Rams 5K

Oak Elementary Running of the Rams 5K

The second annual Running of the Rams will be Friday, May15th at 6 p.m. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit Classroom Technology and Phase ll of the Walking Trail. Visit the Oak Website for more details and to register.

24 Math Tournament to be Held at Rivercrest

24 Math Tournament to be Held at Rivercrest

Bartlett City Schools is pleased to announce the first annual 24 Math Tournament to be held at Rivercrest Elementary on May 9, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. 4th and 5th grade student representatives from each Bartlett elementary school will compete in the mental math game. The 24 game promotes math fluency and this tournament celebrates the academic abilities of our students. We wish all of the students much success in this challenging event!

Appling Middle Wins Battle of the Books

Appling Middle Wins Battle of the Books

On April 20, the Appling Middle School Battle of the Books team was crowned the 2015 Battle of the Books champions after defeating the team from Riverdale. Appling defeated Elmore Park and Arlington Middle in previous rounds to become Northeast Region champions and make it to the final competition. These students worked hard all year, and we are very proud of them!
Jordan Brown, Grant Gaither, Libby Graham, Kayla Hopper, Kent Lantrip, Skylar Michael, Alex Morhardt, Walt Price, Alexandra Riera, Ariana Sulia, Blake Tucker and Andy Zeng.

Bartlett High JV Baseball Wins Regional Tournament

Bartlett High JV Baseball Wins Regional Tournament

The Bartlett High School Junior Varsity baseball team comprised of mainly freshmen and sophomores finished their spring season this past weekend with a 19-8 record. To cap off an already successful season they won the 2015 JV Regional Tournament Championship. This tournament is comprised of teams from the entire West region of Tennessee and is the greatest achievement for a JV baseball team. Way to go Panthers!

Appling Middle Student Wins Art Contest

Appling Middle Student Wins Art Contest

Appling 6th grader Allison Throm recently won the middle school division of the MLGW Art Contest for all of the middle schools in Shelby County. Congratulations Allison!!

BHS Band Gives Back

BHS Band Gives Back

The BHS Band in cooperation with Agape North, presented the students of KIPP Academy all new uniform shirts. With each BHS Band Marching Show Shirt sold this year, Agape North provided a uniform shirt for these outstanding young students who are doing great things! We are proud that the BHS band families are engaged in fundraising opportunities that give back to communities in need.

Bartlett City Schools App

Bartlett City Schools App

Check out our new mobile app! Bartlett City Schools is now available in the iTunes App Store and on Google Play. You can keep up with your child's school calendar, read the latest news feeds from our website and social media, and even log into the PowerSchool Parent Portal to check your child's grades. Simply search for "Bartlett City Schools" and download it today. We hope you enjoy this new method of communication from our district!

Summer Sports Camps

Summer Sports Camps

See the attached picture for more information on a series of sports camps this summer at Bartlett High School. If you have specific questions about a camp, please contact that coach for more information.

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Bulletin Board

May Breakfast/Lunch Menus
Health Facts for Families ~ From The Shelby County Health Department
School Zone Locator
Ninth Grade Academy Information
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Superintendent's Message

Superintendent
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to one of the newest school districts in the State of Tennessee, Bartlett City Schools!  Bartlett City Schools is comprised of eleven schools and approximately 8,000 students located in Bartlett, Tennessee.  Our community has shown a tremendous commitment to creating our local school system, and I am encouraged by the enthusiasm our school district has created in our city.  As the Superintendent of Bartlett City Schools, I am determined to provide the best educational opportunities for all of our students. Being a parent of two children in Bartlett Schools, I have a personal stake in ensuring that our students are prepared for college, career, and their future endeavors.  From academics to fine arts and athletics, our goal is to provide a positive learning environment where our students can reach their fullest potential. 

When I consider the components of all successful school systems, I’m reminded that they all share a strong foundation. We must also build our district with a solid core, and I refer to this foundation as “Bartlett City Schools Four Cornerstones for Success.”  Primarily, we must have highly effective teachers in all our classrooms. Research shows that highly effective teachers remain the one school-determined factor that has the greatest impact on student achievement. The second cornerstone is effective leadership. We must have strong principals in our schools to recruit, develop, and retain our highly effective teachers. Without great principals, we cannot develop great teachers. Thirdly, a supportive and efficient administrative staff is critical for success. The central office must support our schools so that our teachers and students can achieve. District staff will accomplish this goal by being good stewards of public dollars and by ensuring that our teachers have what they need to be successful. The fourth cornerstone is strong parent and community support. Committed parents and community partners will ensure that our students excel. 

I know that our parents and the community have many questions regarding the future of our schools, and we hope our website will answer many of these.  Our intent is to provide the most up to date information possible, so please check back often for our latest news and updates. 

We are excited about the opportunities that Bartlett City Schools will provide our students and community.  I am hopeful that you will join us as we start this new and exciting chapter is our city’s history. 

David A. Stephens

Superintendent


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Upcoming Events

Bartlett High School Graduation
Date: 5/18/2015, 7 PM
Location: Bellevue Baptist Church
Students - Semester Exams
Date: 5/20/2015
Students - Semester Exams
Date: 5/21/2015
Bartlett City Board of Education Work Session
Date: 5/21/2015, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Bartlett City Hall - 6400 Stage Road, Bartlett, TN 38134
Students - End of 4th Quarter (1/2 Day AM)
Date: 5/22/2015
Students - Semester Exams
Date: 5/22/2015

Spotlight

Meet the Director of Student Services

Meet the Director of Student Services

Over the next few weeks, a different Central Office Director will be featured. Please take a few moments and get to know the people responsible for helping form our new school system!

Director of Teaching & Learning

Director of Teaching & Learning

Over the next few weeks, a different Central Office Director will be featured. Please take a few moments and get to know the people responsible for helping form our new school system!

Director of Operations

Director of Operations

Over the next few weeks, a different Central Office Director will be featured. Please take a few moments and get to know the people responsible for helping form our new school system!

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Over the next few weeks, a different Central Office Director will be featured. Please take a few moments and get to know the people responsible for helping form our new school system!

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