Sequatchie County 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! 

     


  • WELCOME!

    Stephanie Smith

    Griffith Elementary School Principal-Stephanie Smith

    Stephanie Powell Smith grew up in Whitwell, Tennessee, and graduated from Whitwell High School in 1992. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education (English) from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, a Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership, along with a Specialist in Education degree in Educational Leadership from Tennessee Technological University. She and her husband, Nathan, have two children. Mrs. Smith has extensive leadership and educational experience. Some of these experiences include classroom teacher in both public and private elementary, middle, and high schools. Outside the classroom, Mrs. Smith served as a RTI Coordinator for two public schools. She has also served as an Instructional Coach and Assistant Principal. Most recently, she has enjoyed being a Learning Leader Interventionist in Sequatchie County Middle and Griffith Elementary School. Mrs. Smith looks forward to developing positive relationships, working with students, and supporting teachers and staff so everyone can reach their greatest potential. When asked what Mrs. Smith looks forward to in her new role, she replied, “I am so thankful for the next part of my educational journey and I look forward to becoming a member of the Griffith Elementary School family, while serving and leading them into the future.”


    Charlie Smith

    Alternative School Principal-Charlie Smith

    Mr. Charlie Smith has worked for Sequatchie County schools for 13 years. During that time, he has held the position of attendant, teacher, and team leader at both Griffith Elementary and Sequatchie County Middle School. A graduate of Lee University with a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and from Western Governors University with a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. He has always been one to embrace new challenges and opportunities and looks forward to starting a new journey as principal at the Sequatchie County Alternative School.


    Amy Land

    SCHS Assistant Principal-Amy Land


    Mrs. Amy Land has been in education and teaching at Sequatchie County High School for the past 15 years. During her tenure, she was a mathematics teacher and recently served as the Freshman Facilitator. Mrs. Land received a bachelor's degree in Economics and a master's degree in Secondary Math Education from UTC. She also has an Ed.S in Instructional Leadership from TTU. During her time as a teacher she served as Math Department Chairperson, was the SCMS and SCHS Cheer Coach, sponsored the Leo Lions Club and Youth Leadership, and served on numerous committees within the school. Mrs. Land has lived in Dunlap for over 25 years. She is married and has one daughter, Avery, and a stepdaughter, Madison. She enjoys traveling, reading, spending time on the lake with family, and time with her dog Knox. Mrs. Land has a love for students and a strong desire to prepare students for high school and post-secondary life. She would like to continue to build strong community partnerships and provide excellent education and service for all.


  • Please click on the link below to view GES  K-4th grade 2022 Summer Reading List.

    The list will be on the LEFT side of the page. Most books are linked to Youtube videos in case you do not have access to the books.  

    ENJOY!

    GES Summer Reading List


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