Bartlett City Schools

Superintendent Stephens visits with students at Bon Lin Elementary.

The grand opening of the new Machine Tool Technology Lab at Bartlett High School.

#WhyITeach

Bon Lin Elementary students getting ready to start their Spelling Bee.

Teachers at Bon Lin Elementary celebrate the 100th Day of School. #100DaysSmarter.

Oak Elementary celebrates Constitution Day at their school.

Bartlett Elementary makes a St. Jude Math-A-Thon donation.

Staff Shout Outs at Altruria Elementary.

City Auto & Wells Fargo recently presented a check at the boys basketball game.

Bartlett High School Best Buddies

The Altruria Elementary "Fifth Notes" were featured on Local Memphis Live (ABC 24) and were able to perform several songs.

Southern Security Federal Credit Union was recognized for their wonderful partnership and support to BCS.

Thank you to the community leaders who read to our students at Bartlett Elementary as part of Read Across American Week.

McDonald Insurance & Financial Services was recently recognized for their sponsorship and support to BCS.


Dr. David Stephens, 2017 Tennessee Superintendent of the Year

The BCS Battle of the Books winner was Altruria Elementary. Great job!

Our Lady Panthers come in 2nd in the District 14-AAA Basketball Tournament!

Alexandra Rivera of Appling Middle School scored a perfect 200 out of 200 on the National Spanish Exam AND is one of three bilingual students tied for 1st place in Tennessee! She will receive an individual award from Tennessee’s chapter of The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. 

The Boys Cross Country Team was recently recognized at a BCS School Board meeting for their outstanding accomplishments. Congrats to Coach Bill Gardner, named Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year!

Leaders Credit Union was honored for their outstanding partnership with BCS.

We love our teachers!

The TN Department of Education names Bartlett City Schools an Exemplary District.

Our teachers at Bartlett Elementary use a 50's theme at their recent PTO meeting. 

Altruria raised  $18,000 for St. Jude to put their total over $300,000 to help cancer patients.

Bartlett Elementary donated 22,131 cans & nonperishable food items to the Mid-South Food Bank during their annual Kids Kan food drive.

News & Announcements

Responsible Teen Social Media Presentation

The Bartlett High School and Academy PTSA presents the topic, Responsible Teen Social Media. This discussion will cover the implications and consequences of poor social media choices and offer solutions.

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Superintendent's Message

Superintendent's Message

Superintendent, Dr. David A. Stephens
Welcome to Bartlett City Schools, a Tennessee Department of Education Exemplary District! As we look forward to the new school year, we are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead. We have built a strong foundation based on great teachers and leaders, a supportive Board and District staff, and an engaged community. With our strong foundation and our first two years behind us, we continue to look for opportunities to build a District that exemplifies excellence in all we do. Our overarching theme, an attitude of excellence, is exhibited daily in the endeavors of our teachers, staff, administration, and students. I know that BCS will continue to build on this excellence!

As we look ahead to 2016-2017, we are now, more than ever, committed to preparing our students for the challenges they will face in a connected world. To assist them in meeting these challenges, the District will work to provide the latest curriculum and technology to our students. This year we are expanding our 1:1 initiative to provide each student in grades 6-12 a MacBook Air laptop. With this technological expansion (last year, grades 6-9 received laptops), we will ensure our students have the latest tools to be successful. However, we know access to technology is only one piece of the puzzle. We depend on our exceptional teaching staff to continue to raise the bar in their classrooms and build on our District's strong foundation. Our regional, state, and national successes have been demonstrated in an extremely short amount of time, and I have no doubt that we are up for the challenges we have yet to face. We are so proud of our many accomplishments, and we look forward to creating more opportunities for student success.

Great school systems are built with great people. With our exceptional staff, bringing their attitude of excellence every day, we will continue to provide a great educational opportunities for all our students. I am honored to be a member of Bartlett City Schools and the greater Bartlett community. Thank you, thus far, for answering my call to excellence, and I look forward to being a supportive partner as we work to make Bartlett City Schools even stronger.

Dr. David A. Stephens

Superintendent
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Upcoming Events

Bartlett City Board of Education Special Called Meeting
Date: 3/30/2017, 6:30 PM 7 PM
Location: Bartlett City Schools Central Office Conference Room, 5650 Woodlawn Street, Bartlett, TN 38134
Techcellence Conference
Date: 4/1/2017, 9 AM 12:30 PM
Location: Bon Lin Middle School (3862 N. Germantown Rd. Bartlett 38133)
STEM in Action

Date: 4/3/2017, 3 PM 4 PM
Location: Elmore Park Middle School
Good Friday Holiday - DISTRICT CLOSED
Date: 4/14/2017
Bartlett City Board of Education Work Session
Date: 4/20/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Bartlett City Hall - 6400 Stage Road Bartlett, TN 38134
Bartlett City Board of Education Business Meeting
Date: 4/27/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Bartlett City Hall - 6400 Stage Road Bartlett, TN 38134

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