April 27th to April 30th - K-2 SAT10 TestingMay 4th to May 8th - 3-8 TCAP TestingMay 7th- 8th Grade PromMay 5th - Girl Scouts 5 p.m.May 19th - Girl Scouts 5 p.m.May 20th - 8th Grade PromotionMay 22nd - Last Day of School - Early Dismissal 10 a.m.May 25th - Memorial DayMay 26th - Teacher Work Day _______________****************_______________________________________________MyTennesseePublicSchools.net --- Your source to Tennessee's public schools.
Our school/district has selected the Student Insurance Plan from K&K Insurance Group to make reliable coverage available to parents. If you don't have other insurance, this plan may be a resource to consider. Additionally, even if you have other coverage, this plan can help fill expensive "gaps" caused by deductible and co-pays. Coverage may be purchased at any time during the school year by visiting www.studentinsurance-kk.com.
To Keep up-to date on First To The Top in Tennessee please click on: http://www.inshore.orb/newsroom/and sign up for daily email updates. The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) is your source of news and information on state-level public education reform.
The AMVETS National Essay Contest promotes patriotism in today's youth and is sponsored by AMVETS and the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary. Awards are given on the state and local levels. Three of the top ten state level winners for 2015 are Etowah City School's Olivia Goins - 1st place for 8th grade; Mackenzie Nichols - 2nd place 8th grade; Faith Sisson - 2nd place 7th grade.
Pictures L-R: Stan Cassada 7th & 8th Grade Language Arts Teacher, Faith Sisson, Olivia Goins, Mackenzie Nichols,and Jimmy Williams AMVETS.
Bill Irvin with the City of Etowah Basketball League made a donation to the Etowah City School Athletic fund. Pictured is Mr. Gary Bowman, Principal and Bill Irvin.
Etowah City School is pleased to announce that beginning January 6. 2015 our cafeteria will be participating in the CEP (Community Eligibility Program). This program will allow ALL students to eat breakfast and lunch meals at NO CHARGE. Charges prior to January 6th must be paid. In order for the CEP program to be a success, please encourage your child/children to eat breakfast and lunch served in the cafeteria every day.
Etowah City School looks forward to the opportunity to offer the CEP program to our students.
Dr. Mike Frazier, Director of Schools
Etowah City School
ECS students Elijah Aburto Bello and Taylor Moore received the Athens Optimist Club Outstanding Student Award. Pictured is Dr. Mike Frazier, Director of Schools, Elijah Aburto Bello, Taylor Moore, and Alfred Huffaker from the Athens Optimist Club.
Dear family and friends,
Welcome to the website of Etowah City School. The school has enjoyed tremendous success over the last 40 years. We warmly welcome approximately 370 students from pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade every day. They enter the building ready and eager to learn thanks to the support from home.
I hope you will use the information found here to assist you in a enjoying an outstanding school year. Supporting students academically and socially is a goal of the educators of your school. The excellent faculty and staff at Etowah City School will always encourage your child to set high goals for themselves and reach for their dreams.
Thank you for visiting our website. I am confident you will notice the proud Warrior tradition!
Gary A. Bowman, Principal
This website is a work in progress, it is our hope to keep it updated and as current as possible. It is our hope that you will find this website informative and check it on a regular basis to keep up-to-date on events in your child's classroom.
Please be reminded that Etowah City School participates in the Bi-Lo boostersplus program and receives 1% of the purchases made by those enrolled. Please stop by Bi-Lo to enroll.
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