Bradley County Schools
800 South Lee Highway
Cleveland, TN 37311
Phone 423 476-0620
Fax 423 476-0485
'Why I'm Thankful for My Teacher' Essay & Scholarship Contest
We are excited to announce the Tennessee state department of Education is launching it's second annual “Why I'm Thankful for My Teacher” essay and scholarship competition. This essay competition gives students a chance to publicly recognize a current K-12 Tennessee educator, and the authors of the winning essays will each receive a $500 scholarship.
For more information about the essay contest, including how to apply online and via mail, visit Classroom Chronicles here.
Tennessee Education Standards Review
Governor Bill Haslam has offered all Tennesseans an opportunity to review the state's current education standards and provide feedback on what students should be expected to know by the end of each K-12 school year in both mathematics and English language arts. Everyone now has the opportunity to go online, review the individual ELA and math standards, and provide specific feedback about them.
Best Public School Districts ranks 8,738 school districts based on dozens of key statistics and 4.6 million opinions from 280,000 students and parents. A high ranking indicates that the district contains great schools with exceptional teachers, sufficient resources, and a diverse set of high-achieving students who rate their experiences very highly.
Bradley County Schools served students 1,626,149 meals 2013-2014 school year.
The mission of the Bradley County School System, in partnership with parents and the community, is to develop a literate, self-confident, creative and responsible citizen who can meet life challenges and who values life-long learning.
Bradley County Schools will be a welcoming center of educational excellence committed to total student development utilizing data-driven, research-based strategies.
In 2010, Tennessee adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCCS). The CCSS provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics as they progress through grades K–12. Visit this Assessment Guidedeveloped by the National PTA
Want the facts about Common Core State Standards ?
In response to questions from parents and other citizens via our website, email and other social media, the Tennessee Department of Education has created a fact sheet on the Common Core and posted it on the TNCore website. For news and resources on the Common Core State Standards, click here.
Visit Read Tennessee, a joint project designed to allow teachers, families and community members to work together for the benefit of young children throughout the state of Tennessee. We encourage you to explore the website to take advantage of the information provided to help accelerate the learning of Tennessee's most important resource, our children.
ReadTennessee.org is proud to announce our companion website, MathTennessee. Working in tandem with ReadTennessee.org, MathTennessee is an invaluable resource for teachers, parents and community members to advance Math Education for students in grades K-3 throughoutTennessee.
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