Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy

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BCS Has Extended Dates for our Free Meal Program


BCS Families,

UPDATE: Extended Dates for our Free Meal Program Through April 24th

BCS remains committed to providing free meals to students in our community while protecting the health and safety of our students and families. We have made the decision to continue our free meal pick-up program through our extended school closure of April 24.

Breakfast and lunch meals will be available for pick-up at Bartlett High School (5688 Woodlawn) Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 24 (there will be no meal pick-up on Friday, April 10 due to the Good Friday holiday).

Meal Pick-up Information:
* Drive thru service at the main entrance of Bartlett High School
* Please use the front drive off of Woodlawn
* March 30-April 24 (Monday-Fridays only) from 11:00am-1:00pm
* Menu for the week of March 30-April 3:
* Monday/Wednesday/Friday: cold sandwiches | Tuesday: hot chicken patty sandwich | Thursday: hamburger

Please note that any student 18 or under may obtain free breakfast and lunch at the location mentioned above or at any other school meal location within Shelby County. This program is for meal pick-up only and is not to be consumed on site.

Thank you,

Bartlett City Schools
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Update: TDOE Recommendations Regarding School Closures Due to Corona Virus

At this time, the state of Tennessee Department of Education is recommending all public schools and school offices remain closed through Tuesday, March 31st.

March 16-20 is still spring break. So, there is no school work required, and no school activities. Next week, March 23-27, will essentially be like Snow Days - no required school work, and no required excuse notes. We will let you know more about March 30 and 31, as well as any further closings as soon as we know more. Until then, you can reach us by email.

For now, avoid crowds and large gatherings - theaters, concerts, sporting events, malls, and other such places. Please observe social distancing, and keep you interaction to a small group of family and close friends.
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