Sequatchie County Schools

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  • BID NOTICE

    The Sequatchie County Board of Education will accept bids for 2- LU 2.0 Interactive Learning Projection Systems.  All bids should be sealed and clearly marked as “LU 2.0 Bid” and returned to the Director of Schools by 12:00 p.m. CST on Friday, August 12, 2022. Bid specifications are as follows:

    1.) LU-UNO-2  (1 located at Griffith Elementary School  and 1 at Sequatchie County Middle School) ÜNO turn-key system, laser projector L610w, with wireless microphone and wireless HDMI for: one interactive video wall, light and sound system

    2.) LU-UNO-WTY1 1 Year Additional Warranty (Parts Only)

    3.) Onsite Installation of LU Hardware- Includes Installation, Offsite Trash Removal and a Scissor Lift.

    4.) Shipping

    Bids may be mailed or delivered in person to:

    Sarai Pierce, Director of Schools

    P.O. Box 488

    878 Cordell Drive

    Dunlap, TN 37327

     

    The Sequatchie County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Please find enclosed the Bid Specifications which should be completed and returned with any other explanation you may wish to include.

    For more information, contact Rhonda Harmon at 423-949-3617.

    Sincerely,

    Sarai Pierce

    Director of Schools

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    Please click on 'Skyward ', then change the Drop-Down by the Login Area to Family/Student Access

    The Sequatchie County School System realizes the important role that parents/guardians play in the education of children and the importance of parent involvement. Skyward Family Access is an online informational resource available to all families of Sequatchie County Schools at no cost. This resource provides online information about your child's grades, attendance, class schedules, and demographic information. Family Access provides safe, secure and easy access to you child's records.

     

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    AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM INFORMATION

    In the spring of 2021, Sequatchie County Schools worked with BTC Fiber to give information to households about the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.

     The Affordable Connectivity Program is a new program sponsored by the FCC to help low-income households pay for internet services.  It provides up to a $30 credit on the consumers' monthly internet service.  This replaces the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program which was a temporary program that provided up to $50 per month discount for subscribers on their monthly internet services.  BTC Fiber is a participating provider. Customers may also use the benefit with wireless providers if the provider participates in the programs. Information on the program and a list of participating providers are available at www.acpbenefit.org.

     In order for customers to qualify, they must apply on this website (https://acpbenefit.org/). Since the Sequatchie County School System is receiving the USDA Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), ALL STUDENTS enrolled in Sequatchie County Schools qualify for this program.  However, USAC is requiring the customers to provide documentation from the school system in order to qualify for this program. Enrollment verification forms are available at each school office upon request.

    Click the link below to see how to upload your Enrollment Verification Form:

    HOW TO UPLOAD THE ENROLLMENT VERIFICATION FORM

    *Please note:  Sequatchie County Schools is not responsible for any specific questions pertaining to your individual contract with Bledsoe Telephone Cooperative.  If you have questions about your contract and eligibility for this program, please contact Bledsoe Telephone Cooperative.  Sequatchie County Schools will be happy to assist with any application questions, including uploading the Enrollment Verification Form! 

     

  • Find Updated Bus Routes HERE (updated August 4th, 2022)

     

    Bus Routes 2022-2023 

    Lone Oak 

    Bus #15- (Lavaughn Turner) MAIN ROUTE- Highway 127 from Hamilton County Line to HWY 127 & 28 redlight. Possible ½ mile side roads from Pickett, Miller, Grayson Way, Clear Brooks Drive (Grandview Subdivision), Horseshoe, Patten, Millers Cove 

    Lewis Chapel 

    Bus #4- (Sonny Lane) MAIN ROUTE- Henson Gap Road from T Crowe Road to Picnic Road (aka Cut Through) & T Crowe Road and Crow Circle. East Valley South of Highway 111 to Old York Highway East, Snyder Loop possible ½ mile side roads are Briar, Pete Green to Davis Cemetery, Window Rock, 

    Bus #3- (Andy Long) 1st Load Elm Street from Cordell Drive to Cherry Street Elm Street from Cherry Street to Dell trail greater than Elm Street Addresses greater than 1278. (Moved from Bus 16) 

    2nd Load MAIN ROUTE- Highpoint Dr, Highpoint Ridge Rd, and Ridge Road (Moved from 1st load to 2nd load) Lewis Chapel Road from Bledsoe County Line to HWY 111, Russell Street, Main Street north of Cherry Street, possible ½ mile side roads are Harvey Cemetery, Stewart, Raven Cliff, Harvey, Shell 

    Fredonia/Cagle 

    Bus #6- (Anna Cribbs)- MAIN ROUTE- Fredonia Road from HWY 399 to Houston Street, Possible ½ mile side roads are Coca-Cola, Barbrow, Deerhead/Fawn Circle, John Henry Lewis, Wheeler and Bowman (turnaround at Airport Avenue, Minton Road). 

    Bus #1- (Jay Frizzell)- MAIN ROUTE- Highway 111 Cagle Mountain from intersection of Highway 8 to 127, possible ½ mile side roads are Bennie Camp, Black Mountain, White Oak Swamp, HWY 399 from State Route 8 to SEQ/Grundy county line, Minton Road. 

    Chapel Hill/East Ridge 

    Bus #12- (Ben Condra)- MAIN ROUTE- Main Street from McDonald’s to Cherry Street, Highway 283- East Valley Road from Marion County line to Old York Highway East, Kell Loop, Old York Highway to the Court House, East Ridge and Phelps Drive, Press Pickett Road, Frank Tate Road, Hackworth, Nantt, 

    Higdon Road, Press Cross Road, Stone Cave Road, Possible ½ mile side roads are Johnston Cove, Stepping Stone, CL Barker, and Lewis 

    Elm Hill 

    Bus #16- (Bryan Gray)- MAIN ROUTE- East Valley Road North of HWY 111, Kelly Crossroads, Old York Highway, Harmon Drive South to Juanita, and Cline Circle/Land Drive, Heard Street, Possible ½ mile side roads are Jack Smith, Boston Town, and Davis, Old Mill Road, Highway 127 North of Old York Highway (Ewtonville) to Bledsoe County line, Old Union Loop to Golf Course Branch RD. Court Loop (Court Street and Court Loop included in this stop.) Moved from Bus 10, 2nd load. 

    Daus 

    Bus #8- (Janet Eikel)- 1st Load Windmere and Garden Court Loop and Central Office

    2nd Load MAIN ROUTE- Cartwright Loop-Kilgore Loop Road, State Route 28, Old State Route 28, Hudlow Loop to John Burch Road, West Valley Road, Possible ½ mile side roads are Neal, Cline, Bryant, Herron, Cookston Cave Road, Garden Court Loop, May Road, Hudlow Road, 

    CAGLE/TOWN 

    Bus #10-2 -(Melissa Bujok) -McCarver Loop (Loop formed via Tate Hill), Lewis Cross Road, Stooping Oak, and Cross Road, Meadowlark, Mountain Aire Estates 

    HWY 127 East and West from Dell Trail to Old Union Loop, Rock Creek Road, Rocky Road, Old Highway 8 (1st load in the morning, 2nd load in afternoon) 

    ##10-1- Greenhouse and Learning tree Daycares, Valley View Subdivision, Valley View Subdivision Hwy 127 East and West From Dell Trail to HWY 28 (1st load in the afternoon, 2nd load in the morning) 

    NOTE: NO RIDER WILL BE ALLOWED TO CROSS HIGHWAY 127 BETWEEN THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 28 AND THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 111. ADDITIONALLY, NO RIDER WILL BE ALLOWED TO CROSS HIGHWAY 28 BETWEEN THE SCHOOLS AND JOHN BURCH ROAD 

    Isolated areas- Daus Mountain Road, Kell Road, Smith Mountain Road, and Blue Sewanee Road. Lewis Chapel: Turkey Ridge Road, Coke Bowman Road; Daus: Red Barn Road, Skunk Hollow Road, Worley & Worley Road West, CC Road 

    Any other side road requests over 2 miles will be evaluated on an individual basis. 

    Point of Clarification: Busses will NOT leave designated ½ mile side roads to travel onto secondary roads which intersect with designated ½ mile side roads.



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