Representatives from The Academy Choir, POM, and Drama programs were out and about today, visiting Bon Lin and Elmore Park Middle schools to speak with current eighth graders about next year, and to invite them, along with their parents, to the Fourth Annual Preview Night at the Academy, this Thursday, February 23rd, from 5-7pm. Appling, we are coming to see you on Wednesday morning.
Mark your calendars...Bartlett Academy's 4th Annual Preview Night for incoming Freshmen (current 8th graders) and their parents, is scheduled for Thursday, February 23rd, from 5-7pm, ant Bartlett Academy. Come meet the faculty, hear from current and former freshmen, see the facility, and learn about clubs and organizations.
"Stomp Out Suicide Walk" will be sponsored by Bartlett Academy's very own Up-standers Club. This 5k walk will be held at Shelby Farms Park on April 29 from 5-8 p.m. Also, there is a website set up where you can collect further information. This event is held specifically to remember those who have been lost to suicide, uplift awareness, and the money raised will be donated to the Jason Foundation. If you have any further questions please contact Mrs. Dolly Staten (email@example.com) or a member of our club. I also ask that you forward this to friends and family, thank you for your time.
The Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy and Bartlett High School Pom Squads will be performing at an upcoming Grizzlies game AND a Mississippi RiverKings game!
Attached, you’ll find a flyer for each event, including information on how to order tickets at our awesome group rate! We would LOVE to see some of our faculty and staff at the game supporting the girls, plus you get tickets to see some great teams for great prices!
Grizzlies vs. Clippers- Thursday, March 9th- We perform pre-game, so don’t be late! (Must order by March 3rd)
RiverKings vs. Pensacola Ice Flyers- Saturday, March 25th- They will perform during the game. (Must purchase by March 22nd)
Sara Ray, Nikki Bond, Denise Currey
Please congratulate the following students for their SUPERIOR ratings at Solo and Ensemble: Janiya Cadney, Jackson Garrett, Paige Gray, Cameron Hubbard, Salem Moses, Lauren Ogle, Courtney Powell, Haley Segich, Ella Sego, Kassidi Smith, Jonah Stafford, Anna St. Clair, Audriana Steele, Ariana Sulia, Emma Wooten, and Katelyn Young.
Please also congratulate the following students for their EXCELLENT ratings at Solo and Ensemble: Dashun Bland, Janiya Cadney, Michael Garber, Ainsley McKinney, Salem Moses, Lauren Ogle, Courtney Powell, KJ Sackey, Nick Shelhamer, Jonah Stafford, and Katelyn Young.
Congratulations to the Freshmen selected to the BHS Baseball Team: Tyler Appling, AJ Baldelli, BJ Banyon, Austin Bernero, Jordan Braswell, Cole Breault, Banks Caughman, Jack Douglass, Jalen Fithian, Caleb Fuller, Sam Gibbs, Grayson Hobbs, Brayden Matthews, Jacob McGhee, Daniel McGuire, Griffin Molnar, Tyson Reed, Seth Rutledge, Luke Vailes.
Attention 8th Grade Parents & Students: the Bartlett City Schools Honors Program is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Applications are due by March 1, 2017. Click the link for a brochure and flyer on the Honors Program as well as a FAQ sheet and application.
February is Laptop TLC Month for Bartlett City Schools!
During the month of February, the Technology Department will highlight best practices for laptop care and maintenance. We ask that you treat your own laptop with “tender loving care” and encourage others to do the same.
This week is about avoiding damage to your laptop and it emphasizes the biggest culprit of laptop damage...the dreaded SPILL!
Avoid Laptop Damage
- Keep ALL liquids away from your laptop!
- Protect your laptop keyboard from crumbs and other particles.
- Sleep or Shut Down your laptop before moving it from place to place.
- Make sure the keyboard is cleared of all objects, then gently close the lid.
- Always support your laptop with both hands.
- Handle your laptop gently to avoid bumps and dings to the case.
- Use your laptop bag to transport your laptop.
- Avoid dangling cables that can cause your laptop to be pulled off the desk or table.
- Avoid exposing your laptop to extreme temperatures or precipitation.
- Clean the laptop screen with a soft cloth or with a cleaning product designed specifically for computer screens.
- Remember that you are the only person authorized to use your laptop.
Important Tip from the TSTs (Technology Support Technicians)
If a spill occurs, your immediate action can help minimize damage to laptop components. Power down immediately, unplug the computer and submit a work order as soon as possible. Do not turn the laptop back on. Consult your TST or ITC.