Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy

News and Announcements

PowerSchool and Student Schedules for 2019-2020

Parents and Students, if you are trying to look on PowerSchool for 2019-2020 student schedules, none of the randomly generated schedules have been finalized. All current course requests have been entered, and PowerSchool has randomly generated schedules, but class sizes must still be balanced and student schedules must be verified. There is no guarantee that the schedule in PowerSchool right now will look like the finalized schedule. Finalized schedules will be available on B Ready Day, August 6th.
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Clinic Supplies Needed

Clinic Supplies Needed

Large cups at least 12 -16 oz
Band-Aids – all sizes especially large
Feminine Hygiene Products
Snacks of any kind especially some with sugar for diabetics and
Fruit Juice boxes
Kleenex
Lysol spray/wipes
Cough drops and/or hard candy
Paper Towels
Latex Free Gloves
Dixie Cups for medicine
Hand Sanitizer
Ziploc Baggies – Sandwich size and a few quart size.
Bandage Tape 1-2 inches- any type
4 by 4 gauze and stretch gauze to wrap injuries with
Contact Solutions
Baby wipes

All donations, large and small, will be greatly appreciated.
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Check PowerSchool Attendance Weekly

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 vmoser@bartlettschools.org, jtaylor2@bartlettschools.org, or jmcdonald@bartlettschools.org) 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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Car Rider Drop-Off Suggestions to Avoid Tardies

Parents,

There have been a number of concerns lately about the length of the Car Rider line. While I can’t tell people when to drop off students in the morning, I can tell you that students can get into the building at 6:05am. The Car Rider line tends to get backed up between 6:30am and 7am. If you want to drop off between 6:05am and 6:30am, you may find that the line is either non-existent or moves more quickly. Students should come directly to the cafeteria where they can work on homework or talk to friends. The breakfast line usually opens about 6:40am. Students are tardy if they arrive to 1st Period after 7am.
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