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Panther Events and Notices
The SMHS Sophomore Class will be hosting a Fall Harvest Pageant on November 5th, 2022, to raise money for their class. Pageants from Pre-K to 12th grade will be held! Scan the QR code to enter, for more information email Chelsea Phillips at email@example.com
Cumberland County Schools is now using the Titan online funding system to add money to student lunch accounts. Please refer to the instructions and link below.
Instrucciones en Español:
Parents and families can watch this short video, reference the graphic below, or follow these three simple steps to access the TCAP Family Portal:
1) Find their student’s “unique access code” or “USID” on the bottom right-corner of the printed state score report.
2) Visit the Family Portal at KnowMoreLearnMoreTN.tnedu.gov.
3) Log in to find information on your student’s performance, a personalized video in your home language, questions to ask their teacher, and where they may need additional support.
* To note: If a parent does not have a score report to reference, they should contact their school and ask for their student’s state ID number. They will add two zeroes in front of that seven-digit number to create an account.
Governor Bill Lee:
"Every Tennessean has an active role to play in ensuring school safety, and that starts with downloading the SafeTN app. As students return to school this month, the SafeTN app is an easy way for parents and guardians to quickly and confidentially report safety concerns.”
The SafeTN app gives every Tennessean a direct line for confidentially reporting suspicious or concerning activity within schools.
Males living in the United States (both citizens and non-citizens) are REQUIRED to register for the Selective Service at 18 years old.
Failing to register is a felony and prevents college financial aid, access to federal jobs and more. Read about penalities for failing to register.
Title II Coordinator: Julie Moldenhaur (Title II
addresses student special needs and specialized staff training.)
Title VI Coordinator: Kim Wattenbarger (Library/Media Center) (Title VI is part of the Civil Rights act of 1964.)
Title IX Coordinator: Nathan Brown (V.P. Office) (Title IX addresses gender equity in athletics.)
Homeless Coordinator: Kellie Walter (Guidance)
504 Coordinators: Karen Hicks, Missy Miller, Andrea Simmons (Guidance) (Section 504 of IDEA addresses students with physical disabilities.)
Stone Memorial High School District programs and activities
shall be free from discrimination based on age, gender, gender
identity or expression, or genetic information, sex, race,
color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group
identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental
disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of
such characteristics; or association with a person or group with
one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Our
nondiscrimination information can be found here.
CCS Employment nondiscrimination policy. (En Espanol)
SMHS Upcoming Dates
|Middle School Football Stone @ SMHS TBD||9/24/2022|
|Cross Country at Burnette Invitational, Cookeville, 8 AM CST||9/24/2022|
|Marching Band Competition, Clinton High School, 9 AM CST||9/24/2022|
|JV Football hosts York Institute, 5 PM CST||9/26/2022|
|Volleyball hosts Whitwell, 5 PM CST||9/26/2022|
|Volleyball @ Rhea County, 5 PM CST||9/27/2022|
|Make-up Pictures for Yearbook, UNDERCLASSMEN, Morning||9/28/2022|
|Volleyball Senior Night, hosting Clarkrange, 5 PM CST||9/29/2022|
|Girls Soccer Senior Night, hosting White County, 6:30 PM CST||9/29/2022|
|Varsity Football @ Cumberland County High School, 7 PM CST||9/30/2022|
|Cross Country Meet, Saturday Light Fever, Hendersonville, TN, 5:45 PM CST||10/1/2022|