Grab-and-Go Meals Continue!
Go by Union and pick up breakfast and lunch for your kids every Tuesday and Friday through June from 10:00-12:00
See the below information from our School Nurse regarding medication pick up
As we come to the close of this challenging and unique school year, we want to remind you that if your student has medication in the school clinic it will need to be picked up by you, or a designated adult. Your school pick-up days/times are May 11 – May 14; 8:00am-11:00am based on grade. Please review the schedule sent out by your Principal. Your school nurse will be available to return any of your child’s clinic supplies and medication.
Medication may not be sent home with students. Any medication not picked up by the final day will be destroyed. In an attempt to conserve our personal protective equipment and limit contact we ask that you adhere to the dates and times given however, if you are unable to make the times offered and need to arrange a separate meeting, contact your school nurse as soon as possible at 615-651-3568. Remember, you will need to sign the medication out at this time.
If your child will attend Sumner County Schools next school year and, in an effort to maintain your child’s continuity of healthcare, take this opportunity to pick up health plans and prescription medication forms for the upcoming year. These forms must be completed annually and will need to be given to your school nurse prior to the first day of the 2020-21 school year.
We wish you and your family a safe and healthy Summer and can’t wait to see our students this Fall.
Congratulations GREEN House for winning the 3rd quarter! They will be having a virtual Green House Party on Friday, May 1. This is going to be exciting and so much fun!!
It is with very sad hearts that we share the news of school being closed for the rest of the year.
Please know that Mr. Taylor, teachers and staff miss our students tremendously, and we look forward to being together again!
Visit https://sumnerschools.org/ to read a letter from Dr. Phillips regarding the closing of schools.
Please visit the Lesson Plans tab above to see the At Home Learning schedule for the week 4/27-5/1
We are so excited to share the list for our 2020-2021 School year. Looking forward to seeing all the new faces that will be
joining us next year!
Click on the link below to view the 2020-2021 Lottery Results
Please note that in order to see where your child is on the list, you will need their ID number that was given to you after you submitted your application.
You may have received a confirmation email with that ID number in it.
Sumner County Schools
will provide meals for students in need...
Our Related Arts Rockstars have daily activities for your child to do while at home!
Click the link to see what they are
Check out this news paper cover...
Lucy Blaylock, 10, of Gallatin, Tennessee, a fifth-grader at Union Elementary School, has made more than 375 hand-sewn “Love Blankets” for children around the world who, due to a variety of life challenges, need a little extra love. After learning to sew, Lucy made a blanket for a friend for Christmas. It made her feel so good when she delivered the gift, she said, “I thought it would be nice to give more kids blankets that would help them feel loved.”
With her mother’s assistance, Lucy asks people who visit her Instagram account to nominate a child who could benefit from one of her Love Blankets. “People nominate children for many different reasons,” she said. “Some are sick, have disabilities, have lost a parent or a sibling, are being bullied or are lonely.” When Lucy receives a nomination, she studies the child’s story and picks just the right fabric for his or her blanket, sews the pieces together, stitches on a little heart, and then sends it off. Many people have donated money to help Lucy pay for materials and shipping, and she sometimes gets help with the sewing from family members and other young people. Most of her blankets have been shipped to kids in more than 13 countries overseas, but Lucy also delivers some locally, including to students at her school. “It makes me happy to do something to make someone else feel happy and loved,” she said. “I think if we could all think of things we can do to be kind, the world would be a better place.”
It's Remarkable Raider Rally Day!!!!
Our little school was on display throughout the community this weekend!
Rockin' Raiders sang at Triple Creek Park
Student artwork was on display on the Gallatin Square
The 2020-2021 school year application is here!
The application will be available through Friday, December 13, 2019
IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT, IMPORTANT:
You DO NOT need to reapply if your child is currently on our Waiting List...
DO NOT reapply if your child is already on our Waiting List from years past!!!