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Save a Heart Day at Grove School began with a visit from the Air Evac Team, who landed in the school's parking lot.
Teachers have SMART boards in every classroom.
Don't pay for your FAFSA! It is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, https://fafsa.ed.gov
Classroom sets of Chromebooks, iPads, Asus tablets, laptops, and computer labs are available to all students.
The 30+ Club! Students score 30 and above on their ACT and all they got was this t-shirt...and a recognition ceremony, and a luncheon, and a few scholarships!
Characters from favorite books come to life at Henry Elementary School!
Henry students explain how they track their learning data in Patsy Barrow's class. The Henry County Board of Education meeting was held at Henry Elementary School.
Dress like your favorite teacher!
This Harrelson student is spot on for Mr. Hinson!
Henry County Cross Country represented at 2014 TSSAA State Championship with a 6th place finish
Grove students pledge to graduate in 2018!
College and career readiness assembly at E. W. Grove School invites the high school principal, college presidents, and career representatives to motivate students to succeed.
Patriot XL cake decorating class; come join the fun!
Extended learning at HCHS for grades 9-12.
Henry County educators were awarded $13,639 for classroom projects and activities from Plus Endowment!
The Plus Endowment Foundation awarded $27, 073 to educators at their annual banquet, sponsored by Commercial Bank and Trust.
The Henry County Board of Education recognizes teachers who have attained tenure.
A sophomore student gains permission from the Board for an Eagle Scout project at Henry Elementary School.
Senior students present school climate information to the Board. HCHS receives over $43,000 from the Department of Education for safe and supportive school initiatives.
HCHS students show some love for our bus drivers on Bus Driver Appreciation Day!
Student gave gifts to drivers and thanked them for being their ride!
We love our Patriot fans! Grace Underwood, age 93, listens intently to Friday night's game.
Doesn't matter where you are or how old you are, take time to support students in Henry County!
New Teacher Orientation
New teachers are welcomed by Director of Schools, Sam Miles. Educators learn about district initiatives, employee benefits, special education services, Title VI requirements, and Title programs.
Summer In-service with Dr. Kenneth Newman
Literacy skills training with Union University Professor provides K-8 teachers a collaborative opportunity to learn and share best practice ideas.
As the Top Three students lead the way, Henry County graduates prepare to leave their childhood behind and begin a bright future in post-secondary education or the workplace.
Aloha from Lakewood Cafeteria!
Just another day in School Nutrition paradise!
Miss Tennessee 2013 poses with some students while visiting E. W. Grove School
Shelby Thompson spoke to the Grove student body about her platform, Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Teacher Appreciation Week
May 6 is Teacher Appreciation Day!
Lakewood principal runs in Boston Marathon
Principal Mike Bell is congratulated by his middle school students
Bullying Prevention poster winners
Henry Elementary School students promote anti-bullying awareness
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
Henry County School System is accepting applications for Pre-K enrollment for children to attend the 2015-2016 programs. If your child will be 4 years old by August 15, 2015, you may complete an application during registration days.
WHEN: April 7-9, 2015
Harrelson Elementary School
143 Country Club Road
Puryear, TN 38251
Deanna Robinson, Teacher
Lakewood Elementary School
6745-A Hwy. 79 N
Buchanan, TN 38222
Christy Hendricks, Teacher
Henry Elementary School
937 Pioneer Road
Henry, TN 38231
Maureen Boyd, Teacher
H. C. Board of Education
217 Grove Blvd.
Paris, TN 38242
Susan Burton, Coordinator
December 11, 2014. Twelve Henry County High School students were recognized in an award ceremony for scoring a 30 or higher on their ACT. The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science and is accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the United States. The highest score one can earn is a 36. All Juniors take the ACT in February of each year at HCHS. Students have opportunities to learn testing strategies in the PATS program and to attend free tutoring in the Patriot XL after school program. Students who score a 21 or above are eligible for the Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship. See your school counselor for more details about how to prepare and to register for the ACT.
Sometimes the greatest gift you can give to others is service. Studies show that reading to a child just three hours a week significantly improves his or her reading skills. If you help out at a local soup kitchen or food bank, you are directly providing meals to hungry individuals (http://www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Happy-Holidays.shtml.) Contact Judy Goad at the Family Resource Center, 731-642-2938, for more information on how you can be of service to others in Henry County. The PAL Program needs volunteers to read with children in our after school programs; the Patriot Kitchen is looking for volunteers to make and serve meals for our community; and the food bank can always take donations, especially during the holidays.