May 1st is the date for the laptop/charger check. This will be completed by your first period teacher. To replace a lost charger is $50, to replace a brick with visible wires or not working is $50, to replace a lost extender is $20. Report cards will be held if damages/lost fees are not paid.
May 1st- Students will complete an online form during first period.Students will open the form and answer all of the questions. No funny answers!!
They will not submit until the teacher has checked their laptop and charger. All chargers will be inspected for exposed wires and checked to see if it charges the laptop. Absent students can do the check upon returning.
Students will be given a letter to take home letting parents know they owe money or a missing charger.
Remember- Cash only starting on May 7th. Payments should be made to the office.
Parents, please remember to check your child’s attendance on PowerSchool weekly, or after you have sent in a note. We have a very small window of time for making corrections, and we want your child’s attendance record to be 100% accurate. Sometimes notes don’t make it to the Attendance Office for one reason or another.
Emails (to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com) are always a good way to send a note or follow-up on a written note. Weekly checks will hopefully prevent situations at the end of the grading period, the semester, or the year, where we have inaccurate information and lack the ability to make changes.
Students, you can also monitor your attendance on PowerSchool and let us know about errors. This is good practice for second semester when you want to remain eligible for exam exemptions at the end of the year.
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Members of the Honor Choirs traveled to Sandusky Ohio this past weekend to compete in Music in The Parks. Honors Chorale Mixed Choir and Bella Voci Women’s Choir both received Excellent ratings and placed first in their divisions! The girls also received the Overall Award for Junior High Choirs. Please congratulate these students on a job well done!
On Saturday, the community gathered for the 7th annual Bartlett Student Art show at Singleton. Art teachers can only submit 10 images per course, so being selected to participate is a HUGE honor. The following Academy students received awards for their artwork.
Out of all the Art I classes at BHS and the Academy, the following students won: 1st place - Gabby Toombs, 2nd place -Addison Sigler, 4th place -Addison Sigler, Honorable Mention - Kera Din.
Out of all the Art 2 classes at BHS and the Academy, the following students won: 2nd place -Katie Dowell, 3rd place -Olivia Williams, Honorable Mention- Maria Gonzales, Honorable Mention- Claire LaPorte
Out of all the Photography in the entire district, the following students won:1st place -Michael Sandefer, 2nd place -Hannah Gilmer, 4th place -Madison Abernathy, Honorable Mention- Madison Abernathy.
Out of all the 3d in the entire district, the following student won: Honorable Mention - Olivia Williams.
Every year over 155,000 students across the nation participate in the National Spanish Exam. Bartlett Academy’s students worked diligently and excelled this year! Please congratulate the following National Spanish Exam medalists!
Level 1:Gold – Tailyn Tipler - top 1%
Bronze- top 25% - Colin Davis, Hannah Ringold, Arely Torres
Level 2: Gold - top 5% - Alexander Fiodorov – Miller (top 1%), Kevin
Flanary, Vraj Patel, Karston Salsbury
Silver – top 15% - Avery Beard, Kristen Davis, Thien Khau, Maddie
Lietzau, Allison Throm, Isabella Walker, Jany Esquival
Bronze – top 25% - Charity Hawthorne, Alexander Mims, Caelin
Sigman, Heather Simpson, Natalie Spiva
Honorable Mention: Nick Betts, Matthew Brooks, Chris Brown, Meghan
Carpenter, Tyler Cook, Aaliyah Dexter, Katie Dowell, Tia Dubose,
Alexus Headley, Landon Johnson, Leo Osborne, Maddie
Parkinson, Mitch Tilmon, Lauren Williams-Riddle, Kennedy
We also had students that ranked in the Tennessee state competition for the NSE.
Level 1 – Classroom experience - Tailyn Tipler 4th
Bilingual – Arely Torres 7th
Level 2 - Classroom experience – Alexander Fiodorov-Miller 7th,
Kevin Flanary 18th
Outside experience - Isabella Walker 7th
Bilingual - Jany Esquivel 4th
Congratulations to Tara Smith and Linda Crossett. Tara Smith was recognized as the Academy's Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018. Linda Crossett was recognized as a Technology Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018. Thanks to BCS and the Department of Teaching and Learning for organizing the banquet. It was wonderful, as usual.
Last Friday, the choirs traveled to Colonial Middle School to compete at choral festival. The General Choir received an Excellent rating in Performance and a superior rating in Sight-Reading. The Female Honors Choir received a Superior rating in both Performance and Sight-Reading, and the Honors Mixed Choir also received a Superior rating in both Performance and Sight-Reading.