Henry County Schools closed Friday, March 7th, 2014.
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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.
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!
C U @ the Pole
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
(February 25, 2014) Henry County High School students traveled to Trenton to collaborate with students from other West Tennessee school districts at the Youth Engagement Summit. Twelve students attended an action-packed day to learn of ways to promote a healthy and positive learning environment at their school. Nashville STARS staff led an interactive session that included team building exercises, character education, and group sessions that allowed students to understand how their voice makes a difference and can impact change in their schools. “If you can come here and participate, have fun, and learn from people you've never met before, just think of what you can do when you get back to your schools! Be a leader and make sure everyone you meet at school, everyone you see at school, feels they are of worth. Be the change you want to see."
Tuva Stephens is seen here teaching watercolor painting to Artist In Training students at Grove School. Tuva is a nationally award winning artist who has a Tennessee Crossroads show made about her. "She donated her teaching time to teach about 15 students the art of watercolor," explained sponsor, Amanda Mason. The Artist in Training is a community supported program that allows students to take art classes for free. Each month, a different artist comes to teach a different type of art. Our very own Art teacher, Greg Chandler, has taught a class, as well as Donna Revelee.
Join us at Kridor Performing Arts Center at 6:30 p.m. on January 28, 2014 for a free information session on cyberbullying. According to Michele Webb, Grove Assistant Principal and Bullying Prevention Committee member, the Henry County School System adopted the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program approximately 8 years ago. It is a research-based program aimed to help stop bullying in schools. The 4 Bullying rules taught to students are:
1. We will not bully others.
2. We will try to help students who are bullied.
3. We will try to include students who are left out.
4. If we know someone is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.