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Daily Announcements

December 8, 2017

• All students enrolled in an English class during the second semester need to complete the Summer Reading Project. A list of book choices and project guidelines can be found on the THS website under school Info. Students may check out the books from the THS library.

• Students who are enrolled in an English course for the spring semester can stop by the library this week or next week to pick up their "summer reading" books.

• Coach Wade has mailed a link to all fall athletes to complete their sports survey. Please try to complete this survey as soon as possible.

• Tennessee High School Madrigal Singers will be presenting an evening of Music, Drama, and Food! The meal will be catered by CJ & Company.

Dates are as follows:
Thursday, December 7th @ 7:00 pm
Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 9th @ 12:30 pm

Location: Avoca Christian Church Gymnasium, 2417 Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN

Tickets are available for $22 each and can be purchased at:
Village Drapery, 215 Raytheon Road, Bristol, TN Or Tennessee High School Choral Department, 1112 Edgemont Ave, Bristol, TN

The Madrigals have been in existence for over 35 years, please come out and help keep the tradition alive!

• Auditions for the Spring Musical (Little Shop of Horrors) will be:
December 13th with callbacks on the 14th immediately after final exams in the auditorium.
You will need to be prepared with your own song.
Scripts will be provided for a cold reading.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking the following TNReady tests on these dates:

December 7-11 - Integrated Math I, Math II, and Math III (Subparts one, two, and three)

Friday, Dec. 8 Makeups - Students who missed Biology, Chemistry, English, or US History will make up tests on Friday, December 8.
• Biology and Chemistry Makeups First Period - Room 3414 (Reece)
• English Makeups will be third period in the library. Students making up an English subpart will need to eat first lunch and report at 11:18.
• US History Makeups Fourth Period - Room 2452 (Sproles)

Dec. 7, 8, and 11 Lunch Change - Students in Ms. Lilly's third period class will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 12 Makeups - Final day for Math I, II, and III and other subjects. Library. If you missed a test, please check in with your first period teacher who will tell you when to report to the library for your test.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon, charge laptops, and reboot in the morning.


• The Learning Lab will be closed every day this week for testing.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all this week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very important to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

December 7, 2017

• Students who are enrolled in an English course for the spring semester can stop by the library this week or next week to pick up their "summer reading" books.

• Coach Wade has mailed a link to all fall athletes to complete their sports survey. Please try to complete this survey as soon as possible.

• Tennessee High School Madrigal Singers will be presenting an evening of Music, Drama, and Food! The meal will be catered by CJ & Company.
Dates are as follows:
Thursday, December 7th @ 7:00 pm
Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 9th @ 12:30 pm
Location: Avoca Christian Church Gymnasium, 2417 Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN
Tickets are available for $22 each and can be purchased at:
Village Drapery, 215 Raytheon Road, Bristol, TN Or Tennessee High School Choral Department, 1112 Edgemont Ave, Bristol, TN
The Madrigals have been in existence for over 35 years, please come out and help keep the tradition alive!

• Auditions for the Spring Musical (Little Shop of Horrors) will be:
December 13th with callbacks on the 14th immediately after final exams in the auditorium.
You will need to be prepared with your own song.
Scripts will be provided for a cold reading.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking the following TNReady tests on these dates:

December 7-11 - Integrated Math I, Math II, and Math III (Subparts one, two, and three)

Friday, Dec. 8 Makeups - Students who missed Biology, Chemistry, English, or US History will make up tests on Friday, December 8.
• Biology and Chemistry Makeups First Period - Room 3414 (Reece)
• English Makeups will be third period in the library. Students making up an English subpart will need to eat first lunch and report at 11:18.
• US History Makeups Fourth Period - Room 2452 (Sproles)

Dec. 7, 8, and 11 Lunch Change - Students in Ms. Lilly's third period class will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 12 Makeups - Final day for Math I, II, and III and other subjects. Library. If you missed a test, please check in with your first period teacher who will tell you when to report to the library for your test.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon, charge laptops, and reboot in the morning.


• Tennessee High School will host a free ACT Preparation Camp this week, December 4-7 from 6:00-8:00 Monday through Thursday. All students are welcome and should enter through door #5 on the front of the building. Good luck to our students!

• The Learning Lab will be closed every day this week for testing.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all this week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very important to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

December 6, 2017

• Students who are enrolled in an English course for the spring semester can stop by the library this week or next week to pick up their "summer reading" books.

• Coach Wade has mailed a link to all fall athletes to complete their sports survey. Please try to complete this survey as soon as possible.

• Tennessee High School Madrigal Singers will be presenting an evening of Music, Drama, and Food! The meal will be catered by CJ & Company.

Dates are as follows:
Thursday, December 7th @ 7:00 pm
Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 9th @ 12:30 pm

Location: Avoca Christian Church Gymnasium, 2417 Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN

Tickets are available for $22 each and can be purchased at:
Village Drapery, 215 Raytheon Road, Bristol, TN Or Tennessee High School Choral Department, 1112 Edgemont Ave, Bristol, TN

The Madrigals have been in existence for over 35 years, please come out and help keep the tradition alive!

• Auditions for the Spring Musical (Little Shop of Horrors) will be:
December 13th with callbacks on the 14th immediately after final exams in the auditorium.
You will need to be prepared with your own song.
Scripts will be provided for a cold reading.

• Seniors: There will be a FAFSA workshop at the Bristol Public Library this Wednesday, Dec. 6th from 3-6. This is a great opportunity to complete your FAFSA before the January 16th deadline!

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking the following TNReady tests on these dates:

December 5-6 - US History (Subparts two and three)
December 5-7 - English I, English II, and English III (Subparts two, three, and four)
December 7-11 - Integrated Math I, Math II, and Math III (Subparts one, two, and three)

Dec. 6 Lunch Change - Students who have third period classes with Mr. Snyder, Mr. Sproles, or Mr. Strickland will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 7, 8, and 11 Lunch Change - Students in Ms. Lilly's third period class will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 7 Makeups - Students who missed Biology, Chemistry, English, or US History will make up tests on December 7.
• Biology and Chemistry Makeups First Period - Room 3414 (Reece)
• English Makeups Third Period - Library. Eat first lunch and report at 11:18.
• US History Makeups Fourth Period - Room 2452 (Sproles)

Dec. 12 Makeups - Final day for Math I, II, and III and other subjects. Library. If you missed a test, please check in with your first period teacher who will tell you when to report to the library for your test.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon, charge laptops, and reboot in the morning.


• Tennessee High School will host a free ACT Preparation Camp this week, December 4-7 from 6:00-8:00 Monday through Thursday. All students are welcome and should enter through door #5 on the front of the building. Good luck to our students!

• The Learning Lab will be closed every day this week for testing.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all this week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very important to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

December 5, 2017

• Tennessee High School Madrigal Singers will be presenting an evening of Music, Drama, and Food!  The meal will be catered by CJ & Company.
Dates are as follows:
Thursday, December 7th @ 7:00 pm
Friday, December 8th @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 9th @ 12:30 pm
Location: Avoca Christian Church Gymnasium, 2417 Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN

Tickets are available for $22 each and can be purchased at:
Village Drapery, 215 Raytheon Road, Bristol, TN Or Tennessee High School Choral Department, 1112 Edgemont Ave, Bristol, TN

The Madrigals have been in existence for over 35 years, please come out, and help keep the tradition alive!

• Auditions for the Spring Musical (Little Shop of Horrors) will be:
December 13th with callbacks on the 14th immediately after final exams in the auditorium.
You will need to be prepared with your own song.
Scripts will be provided for a cold reading.

• Seniors: There will be a FAFSA workshop at the Bristol Public Library this Wednesday, Dec. 6th from 3-6. This is a great opportunity to complete your FAFSA before the January 16th deadline!

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking the following TNReady tests on these dates:

December 5-6 - US History (Subparts two and three)
December 5-7 - English I, English II, and English III (Subparts two, three, and four)
December 7-11 - Integrated Math I, Math II, and Math III (Subparts one, two, and three)

Dec. 6 Lunch Change - Students who have third period classes with Mr. Snyder, Mr. Sproles, or Mr. Strickland will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 7, 8, and 11 Lunch Change - Students in Ms. Lilly's third period class will eat first lunch and report to test at 11:18 AM.

Dec. 7 Makeups - Students who missed Biology, Chemistry, English, or US History will make up tests on December 7.
• Biology and Chemistry Makeups First Period - Room 3414 (Reece)
• English Makeups Third Period - Library. Eat first lunch and report at 11:18.
• US History Makeups Fourth Period - Room 2452 (Sproles)

Dec. 12 Makeups - Final day for Math I, II, and III and other subjects. Library. If you missed a test, please check in with your first period teacher who will tell you when to report to the library for your test.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon, charge laptops, and reboot in the morning.

• Tennessee High School will host a free ACT Preparation Camp this week, December 4-7 from 6:00-8:00 Monday through Thursday. All students are welcome and should enter through door #5 on the front of the building. Good luck to our students!

• The Learning Lab will be closed every day this week for testing.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• "French Club members, remember to come to our annual Fête de Noël next Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00 PM at Blackbird Bakery where we will enjoy freshly baked croissants! Bring your wrapped, $1 or less gift for our gift exchange. Drinks are not provided so if you want to enjoy a frothy beverage, be sure to bring some money with you! See you there! Merci!"

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all this week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very important to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

December 4, 2017

• Tennessee High School will host a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, December 4-7 from 6:00-8:00 Monday through Thursday. All students are welcome and should enter through door #5 on the front of the building. Good luck to our students!

• The Learning Lab will be closed during 1st and 2nd periods this Friday for testing. It will be closed everyday next week for testing.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.


• "French Club members, remember to come to our annual Fête de Noël next Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00 PM at Blackbird Bakery where we will enjoy freshly baked croissants! Bring your wrapped, $1 or less gift for our gift exchange. Drinks are not provided so if you want to enjoy a frothy beverage, be sure to bring some money with you! See you there! Merci!"

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all next week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

December 1, 2017

• FBLA members wishing to attend regional competition should pay $20 dues by Friday, December 1st.

• The Learning Lab will be closed during 1st and 2nd periods this Friday for testing. It will be closed everyday next week for testing.

• Coach Wade has mailed a link to all fall athletes to complete their sports survey. Please try to complete this survey by Friday December 1.

• Football workouts, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.


• "French Club members, remember to come to our annual Fête de Noël next Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00 PM at Blackbird Bakery where we will enjoy freshly baked croissants! Bring your wrapped, $1 or less gift for our gift exchange. Drinks are not provided so if you want to enjoy a frothy beverage, be sure to bring some money with you! See you there! Merci!"

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Smoke detectors should be located on every floor of your home and near all places that you and your family sleep. Smoke detector batteries should be changed on a regular basis.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010. French Club members, please be willing to support a little angel in our community who needs our help! We want to make her Christmas brighter! Stop Mme Toby's room to get details and donation ideas such as clothing, toys, and more. We are collecting all next week December 4th through the 8th! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Bring your donations to Mme Toby's room. See you at our Monday meeting!"

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 30, 2017

• Coach Wade has mailed a link to all fall athletes to complete their sports survey. Please try to complete this survey by Friday December 1.

• Football workouts,, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking Subpart One of English and US History the week of November 27.
The English test for English I, English II, and English III will be given on Tuesday, November 28.
• If you have an English I, II, or III class first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.
• If you have an English class third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM. The US History test will be given on Wednesday, November 29 during regular class time.
• If you have US History third period, you will eat first lunch and then report to the test.
The last day for English and US History Subpart One makeups will be Friday, December 1.
English makeups will be first period in the library; US History makeups will be fourth period in Room 2452 (Mr. Sproles).
• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.
• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.
• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.

• The Learning Lab will be closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for EOC testing.

• "French Club members, remember to come to our annual Fête de Noël next Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00 PM at Blackbird Bakery where we will enjoy freshly baked croissants! Bring your wrapped, $1 or less gift for our gift exchange. Drinks are not provided so if you want to enjoy a frothy beverage, be sure to bring some money with you! See you there! Merci!"

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• A big thank you to all the students that volunteered for this year's Turkey Trot! All the students were such a great help and represented Tennessee High very well. We could not have done it without them!

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very co

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

 

November 29, 2017

• Football workouts,, for those football players that are not involved in a winter sport, will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Please meet in the hallway outside of the football office and locker rooms, dressed and ready to go at 2:45. Workouts will be held Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week.

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking Subpart One of English and US History the week of November 27.

The English test for English I, English II, and English III will be given on Tuesday, November 28.
• If you have an English I, II, or III class first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have an English class third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM. The US History test will be given on Wednesday, November 29 during regular class time.

• If you have US History third period, you will eat first lunch and then report to the test.
The last day for English and US History Subpart One makeups will be Friday, December 1.
English makeups will be first period in the library; US History makeups will be fourth period in Room 2452 (Mr. Sproles).

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers. 

Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.

• The Learning Lab will be closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for EOC testing.

• "French Club members, remember to come to our annual Fête de Noël next Tuesday, December 5th, at 5:00 PM at Blackbird Bakery where we will enjoy freshly baked croissants! Bring your wrapped, $1 or less gift for our gift exchange. Drinks are not provided so if you want to enjoy a frothy beverage, be sure to bring some money with you! See you there! Merci!"

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• A big thank you to all the students that volunteered for this year's Turkey Trot! All the students were such a great help and represented Tennessee High very well. We could not have done it without them!

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very co

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 28, 2017

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking Subpart One of English and US History the week of November 27.

The English test for English I, English II, and English III will be given on Tuesday, November 28.

•If you have an English I, II, or III class first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have an English class third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM. The US History test will be given on Wednesday, November 29 during regular class time.

• If you have US History third period, you will eat first lunch and then report to the test.
The last day for English and US History Subpart One makeups will be Friday, December 1.
English makeups will be first period in the library; US History makeups will be fourth period in Room 2452 (Mr. Sproles).

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.
Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.


• The Learning Lab will be closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for EOC testing.

• Jostens will be in all lunches on Dec. 12th to collect orders for senior cap and gowns.

• A big thank you to all the students that volunteered for this year's Turkey Trot! All the students were such a great help and represented Tennessee High very well. We could not have done it without them!

• Students interested in participating in the Science Bowl should meet Tuesday, November 28th, after school in Mr. Reece's room.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very co

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code: Text c4ade to 81010

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

• Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
• A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
• In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 27, 2017

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that you will be taking Subpart One of English and US History the week of November 27.

The English test for English I, English II, and English III will be given on Tuesday, November 28.
• If you have an English I, II, or III class first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have an English class third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM. The US History test will be given on Wednesday, November 29 during regular class time.

• If you have US History third period, you will eat first lunch and then report to the test.
The last day for English and US History Subpart One makeups will be Friday, December 1.
English makeups will be first period in the library; US History makeups will be fourth period in Room 2452 (Mr. Sproles).

• A reminder to students enrolled in TNReady courses that Biology and Chemistry tests will be given on Monday, December 4.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry first or second period, you must report to your test location by 7:30 AM.

• If you have Biology or Chemistry third or fourth period, you will eat first lunch and then report to your test location at 11:18 AM.

No cell phones, smart watches, or other electronic devices are allowed in test rooms. These items should be left at home or in lockers.  Students must shut down their laptops each afternoon and reboot in the morning.

• The Learning Lab will be closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday this week for EOC testing.

• Students interested in participating in the Science Bowl should meet Tuesday, November 28th, after school in Mr. Reece's room.

• All Viking Buddies members need to stop by Ms. Anderson's room (1159) at some point in time.

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very co

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code:Text c4ade to 81010

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

 

November 16, 2017

• Cultural leave forms for next week must be turned in by this Friday, November 17th.

• TSA is meeting after school on Thursday, November 16th, for 15 minutes. If you are attending regionals, you must attend this.

• New National Honor Society members who did not pick up their certificates at the induction ceremony need to stop and see Mrs. Story in room 3424 to pick them up.

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very costly.

• Any senior Beta member who would like to order one of the new long-sleeve maroon t-shirts should see Mrs. Sauceman or Ms. Hayes by Friday, Nov. 17. They are $7 XS-XL and $8 for 2XL-3XL.

• Celebrate THS Reads Week with us next week (11/14-17):
TWEET TUESDAY - Stop by the library and win a treat by guessing which book and/or character wrote any given tweet.
WeLoveTeachers - Wednesday All teachers and staff are invited to stop by the library today for donuts and coffee.
Collaborative Crossword Thursday - Back by popular demand, come in and win a treat by solving one of our crossword clues.
Fan Fiction Friday - Dress up as your favorite fictional character this Friday. Visit the library and win a treat for your fantastic fictional attire.

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

 

November 15, 2017

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we might respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very costly.

• Any senior Beta member who would like to order one of the new long-sleeve maroon t-shirts should see Mrs. Sauceman or Ms. Hayes by Friday, Nov. 17. They are $7 XS-XL and $8 for 2XL-3XL.

• Celebrate THS Reads Week with us next week (11/14-17):
TWEET TUESDAY - Stop by the library and win a treat by guessing which book and/or character wrote any given tweet.
WeLoveTeachers - Wednesday All teachers and staff are invited to stop by the library today for donuts and coffee.
Collaborative Crossword Thursday - Back by popular demand, come in and win a treat by solving one of our crossword clues.
Fan Fiction Friday - Dress up as your favorite fictional character this Friday. Visit the library and win a treat for your fantastic fictional attire.

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 14, 2017

• Edgemont Presbyterian Church has asked that we not use their parking lot anymore during school hours. Please remember to find somewhere else to park so that we respect their request. They will begin having vehicles towed soon and that could not only be a huge inconvenience but also very costly.

• Meet the Vikings will be tonight at 6:30 in Viking Hall.

• Any senior Beta member who would like to order one of the new long-sleeve maroon t-shirts should see Mrs. Sauceman or Ms. Hayes by Friday, Nov. 17. They are $7 XS-XL and $8 for 2XL-3XL.

• Celebrate THS Reads Week with us next week (11/14-17):
TWEET TUESDAY - Stop by the library and win a treat by guessing which book and/or character wrote any given tweet.
WeLoveTeachers - Wednesday All teachers and staff are invited to stop by the library today for donuts and coffee.
Collaborative Crossword Thursday - Back by popular demand, come in and win a treat by solving one of our crossword clues.
Fan Fiction Friday - Dress up as your favorite fictional character this Friday. Visit the library and win a treat for your fantastic fictional attire.

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• FBLA members - drop off your Thanksgiving donation to Mrs. English before Nov. 15th.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks.com.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 10, 2017 

  • No regular school on Monday, Nov. 13.  Optional student day--teacher work day
  • Celebrate THS Reads Week with us next week (11/14-17) 
  1. TWEET TUESDAY -  Stop by the library and win a treat by guessing which book and/or character wrote any given tweet.
  2. WeLoveTeachers - Wednesday   All teachers and staff are invited to stop by the library today for donuts and coffee.
  3. Collaborative Crossword Thursday - Back by popular demand, come in and win a treat by solving one of our crossword clues. 
  4. Fan Fiction Friday - Dress up as your favorite fictional character this Friday. Visit the library andwin a treat for your fantastic fictional attire.
  • "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning.  The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."
  • FBLA members - drop off your Thanksgiving donation to Mrs. English before Nov. 15th
  • The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks.com
  • Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be holding a R.A.C.E. Camp on November 13th for all students as an optional student today.  This is to be coordinated through the students' teachers and used as a day to make up work.  The form that was sent out per email must be filled out ahead of time and turned by Wednesday,  November 8th.  Also, if you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools for volunteer hours please pick up a form from the front office and turn it back in as soon as possible to Mrs. Whitaker.
  • Attention all language club members:  please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."
  • "Attention French club members:  please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities.  The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code:  text @c4e to 81010
  • An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th. 
  • The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th.  This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours.  Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.
  • Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.
  • The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families. 
  • The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:  1. Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus.  Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.  2. A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child.  Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.  Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has  left campus. 3.  In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.  4. Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.
  • Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students

  2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st.  These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

  • Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).\
  • Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance  is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature. 
  • Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour. 

November 9, 2017

• "It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Emergency supply kits can help you be prepared. Items to keep in your emergency kit include a flashlight, batteries, first aid kit, whistle, phone lists, paper, pencil, water, and non-perishable snacks."

• FBLA members - drop off your Thanksgiving donation to Mrs. English before Nov. 15th

• The Learning Lab will be closed all periods on Thursday, November 9 for the EOC practice test.

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks.com

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be holding a R.A.C.E. Camp on November 13th for all students as an optional student today. This is to be coordinated through the students' teachers and used as a day to make up work. The form that was sent out per email must be filled out ahead of time and turned by Wednesday, November 8th. Also, if you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools for volunteer hours please pick up a form from the front office and turn it back in as soon as possible to Mrs. Whitaker.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."

• Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.


• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

November 8, 2017

  • FBLA members - drop off your Thanksgiving donation to Mrs. English before Nov. 15th
  • The Learning Lab will be closed all periods on Thursday, November 9 for the EOC practice test. 
  • The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks.com
  •  Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be holding a R.A.C.E Camp on November 13th for all students as an optional student today.  This is to be coordinated through the students' teachers and used as a day to make up work.  The form that was sent out per email must be filled out ahead of time and turned by Wednesday,  November 8th.  Also, if you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools for volunteer hours please pick up a form from the front office and turn it back in as soon as possible to Mrs. Whitaker.
  • Attention all language club members:  please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket." 
  • Attention French club members:  please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities.  The code to join is posted on the THS website." Remind Code:  text @c4e to 81010
  •   An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th. 
  •  The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th.  This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours.  Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.
  • Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17
  • The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families. 
  • The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:
  • Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus.  Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.  
  • A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child.  Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.  Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has  left campus.
  • In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.     
  • Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.
  • It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning.  The more prepared you are, the safer you will be.  Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home.  Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.
  •   Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students

2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st.  These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

  • Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).
  • Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance  is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.
  • Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour. 

 

November 6, 2017

• The 2018 Yearbook may now be ordered online at jostensyearbooks.com

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be holding a R.A.C.E Camp on November 13th for all students as an optional student today. This is to be coordinated through the students' teachers and used as a day to make up work. The form that was sent out per email must be filled out ahead of time and turned by Tuesday, November 7th. Also, if you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools for volunteer hours please pick up a form from the front office and turn it back in as soon as possible to Mrs. Whitaker.

• The Beta/NHS Induction Ceremony will be held Nov. 7 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. All members need to be in the Chorus room at 6:00 pm for yearbook pictures.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

November 3, 2017

• Thanksgiving committee meeting is this Friday, November 3, at 2:35 in the wellness room. It will be brief.

• The Beta/NHS Induction Ceremony will be held Nov. 7 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. All members need to be in the chorus room at 6:00 pm for yearbook pictures.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.
- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/ guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.
- In order for a student sign out to be complete a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office of attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

November 2, 2017

• Drama Club is cancelled for today, Thursday, November 2.

• The Beta/NHS Induction Ceremony will be held Nov. 7 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. All members need to be in the Chorus room at 6:00 pm for yearbook pictures.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket."

• "Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is posted on the THS website."
Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

November 1, 2017

• The Beta/NHS Induction Ceremony will be held Nov. 7 at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. All members need to be in the Chorus room at 6:00 pm for yearbook pictures.

• Attention all language club members: please bring your $3-$5 donation to Madame Toby in room 2214 by November 14th for this year's club Thanksgiving Basket.

• Attention French club members: please be sure to join our Remind group to stay in the know regarding French Club activities. The code to join is a Remind Code: text @c4e to 81010

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

 

October 31, 2017

• An Upward Bound representative will be in the THS cafeteria during lunch on Monday, November 6th to hand out applications and to give out information on the program. Applications will be due by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 14th.

• The YWCA needs volunteer workers for the 5K Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 18th. This would be a good opportunity for students to get needed volunteer hours. Please call Kateela at the YWCA if you are interested.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

 

October 30, 2017

• Wrestling practice begins Monday, Oct. 30. All wrestlers need to meet on the stage in Viking Hall at 2:40.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 27, 2017

• Wrestling practice begins Monday, Oct. 30. All wrestlers need to meet on the stage in Viking Hall after school.

• There will be a Thanksgiving basket meeting on FRIDAY at 2:35 in the wellness room. This meeting is for Student Council members that are on the Thanksgiving committee. The meeting will be approximately 15 minutes.

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17


• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Parents and Students: want to learn more about all of the early post-secondary opportunities at Tennessee High? Come chat with the counselors Friday, October 27th from 12-1 in the guidance office. We will have information and will answer any questions about our Early Post-Secondary Opportunities.

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 26, 2017

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• Haynesfield Elementary PTA is looking for students to help with the Trunk or Treat this Thursday at 6:30. Interested students should arrive at Haynesfield by 6:00 PM. Volunteers will be outside to provide direction.

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Parents and Students: want to learn more about all of the early post-secondary opportunities at Tennessee High? Come chat with the counselors Friday, October 27th from 12-1 in the guidance office. We will have information and will answer any questions about our Early Post-Secondary Opportunities.

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 25, 2017

• Beta Club members need to be sure to bring in $1 for their Thanksgiving baskets donation by November 17

• Haynesfield Elementary PTA is looking for students to help with the Trunk or Treat this Thursday at 6:30. Interested students should arrive at Haynesfield by 6:00 PM. Volunteers will be outside to provide direction.

• It's time for the annual TRUNK-OR-TREAT at Tennessee High School. It will be located at the senior parking lot(beside the castle) from 3:30 to 5:30. We hope to see your little goblins there!

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Parents and Students: want to learn more about all of the early post-secondary opportunities at Tennessee High? Come chat with the counselors Friday, October 27th from 12-1 in the guidance office. We will have information and will answer any questions about our Early Post-Secondary Opportunities.

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders.

• The Health Department will be here on October 25, from 7:15 to 9am to give the flu vaccine to those students that turned in their permission forms.

• FBLA members - remember to bring candy for treat bags to Mrs. English's room by Wednesday, Oct. 25th.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

October 24, 2017

• It's time for the annual TRUNK-OR-TREAT at Tennessee High School. It will be located at the senior parking lot(beside the castle) from 3:30 to 5:30. We hope to see your little goblins there!

• The annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive has started and we need you! Forms have been placed in your box with detailed information. We need all clubs, sports and classes to consider donating to make a Thanksgiving basket. Student Council, with your help will serve over 100 families to our own Bristol City School system families.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Parents and Students: want to learn more about all of the early post-secondary opportunities at Tennessee High? Come chat with the counselors Friday, October 27th from 12-1 in the guidance office. We will have information and will answer any questions about our Early Post-Secondary Opportunities.

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders.

• The Health Department will be here on October 25, from 7:15 to 9am to give the flu vaccine to those students that turned in their permission forms.

• FBLA members - remember to bring candy for treat bags to Mrs. English's room by Wednesday, Oct. 25th.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 23, 2017

• HOSA will have a meeting today after school in room 2114. If you cannot stay for the meeting, please stop by either Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room to confirm your competition choice.

• The following procedures are very import to remember when leaving campus for any reason during school hours:

- Students must sign out and receive an early withdrawal slip at the main office before leaving campus. Any student who leaves campus without properly signing out will be considered as skipping and/or leaving campus without permission.

- A parent/ guardian must send a note or call the school to request an early withdrawal for their child. Students who sign out without parental/guardian permission will be considered skipping and/or leaving campus without permission. Parental/ guardian permission after the fact will not be acceptable after a student has left campus.

- In order for a student sign out to be complete, a student must receive an early withdrawal slip from the main office attendance window at the front of the school.

Students should read and acquaint themselves with the procedures for early withdrawal that are found on page 10 of the BTCS Tennessee High Handbook.

• "Any Junior interested in attending the Career Expo at Eastman on November 1st first needs to pick up a permission slip in the counseling office and return it by Thursday October 16th. Free pizza will be provided!"

• It is very important to always be prepared as a fire can breakout with little or no warning. The more prepared you are, the safer you will be. Know your emergency evacuation routes at school and at home. Don't forget to identify a secondary evacuation route in case your primary route is not available.

• Parents and Students: want to learn more about all of the early post-secondary opportunities at Tennessee High? Come chat with the counselors Friday, October 27th from 12-1 in the guidance office. We will have information and will answer any questions about our Early Post-Secondary Opportunities.

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders.

• Chemistry Club will have a brief meeting on Monday, October 23, after school in Mr. Reece's classroom. Anyone interested in joining may come.

• The Health Department will be here on October 25, from 7:15 to 9am to give the flu vaccine to those students that turned in their permission forms.

• FBLA members - remember to bring candy for treat bags to Mrs. English's room by Wednesday, Oct. 25th.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 20, 2017

• Jostens will be here on Friday, October 27, for makeup senior orders.

• Chemistry Club will have a brief meeting on Monday, October 23, after school in Mr. Reece's classroom. Anyone interested in joining may come.

• The Health Department will be here on October 25, from 7:15 to 9am to give the flu vaccine to those students that turned in their permission forms.

• FBLA members - remember to bring candy for treat bags to Mrs. English's room by Wednesday, Oct. 25th.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Avoca Elementary is asking for volunteers to help with their Fall Festival on October 21st 11:00 - 2:00 pm. They need help with games and face painting. Information is located in the Counseling Office.

• TSA permission forms, and money for regionals are due October 20. Students who do not submit forms and money by October 20 will not be able to compete at Regionals.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 19, 2017

• FBLA members - remember to bring candy for treat bags to Mrs. English's room by Wednesday, Oct. 25th.

• Anyone interested in Wrestling: There will be a table set up at lunch on Thursday, Oct. 19th to sign up to wrestle for THS this year. All boys and girls are encouraged to sign up. Practices will accommodate your level of experience.

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!"

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Parent teacher conferences will be held Oct. 19th from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. If you'd like to schedule a conference, you may email your child's teacher(s).

• Avoca Elementary is asking for volunteers to help with their Fall Festival on October 21st 11:00 - 2:00 pm. They need help with games and face painting. Information is located in the Counseling Office.

• TSA permission forms, and money for regionals are due October 20. Students who do not submit forms and money by October 20 will not be able to compete at Regionals.


• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

October 18, 2017

• French Club members, please meet Mme Toby in room 2214 on Tuesday, October 31st, for a very QUICK meeting. This is a mandatory club meeting which will last approximately 10 minutes! Club officers, you will need to plan on staying an extra 5 minutes. Thank you, merci!

• Students, if you have registered for the Oct. 28 ACT, please be sure to upload your photo in your account at act.org by the Friday, Oct. 20 deadline or you will not be allowed to test.

• Tennessee High School will provide a free ACT Preparation Camp next week, October 23-26, Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 each evening. The class will be held in the Wellness room, so please enter through door #5.

• Parent teacher conferences will be held Oct. 19th from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. If you'd like to schedule a conference, you may email your child's teacher(s).

• Avoca Elementary is asking for volunteers to help with their Fall Festival on October 21st 11:00 - 2:00 pm. They need help with games and face painting. Information is located in the Counseling Office.

• TSA permission forms, and money for regionals are due October 20. Students who do not submit forms and money by October 20 will not be able to compete at Regionals.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

October 17, 2017

• Avoca Elementary is asking for volunteers to help with their Fall Festival on October 21st 11:00 - 2:00 pm. They need help with games and face painting. Information is located in the Counseling Office.

• TSA permission forms, and money for regionals are due October 20. Students who do not submit forms and money by October 20 will not be able to compete at Regionals.

• The Learning Lab will be closed all day on Tuesday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 17 for ACT testing.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 5, 2017

• Event: ACT Boot Camp-one day only
Date: Monday, October 16, 2017
Time: 3 - 5 p.m.
Place: Wellness Room 2447
Why? The next morning, Tuesday, October 17 is your free ACT exam.

Seniors (and interested juniors):
ACT Boot Camp will help you focus! On MONDAY, October 16 after the teacher in-service training, PLEASE JOIN us at the 2-hour ACT Boot Camp. We'll review all four topics of the ACT and PRACTICE together.
Teachers: Terrance Andrews, Jackie Everhardt, Alexandria Wood, and Candy Sutherland

• Seniors will report to the floor in Viking Hall on October 17th (the day after fall break). Please remember to bring a photo ID. You will not be allowed to have cell phones, smartwatches, or backpacks. Please do not bring these items on test day. If you happen to bring your cell phone, we will collect it and remove it from the testing location. Report to your section supervisor no later than 7:30; the list of section supervisors has been posted to the senior Canvas page. Late students will not be admitted after test booklets have been distributed. Good Luck!

• Drama Club has been canceled for Thursday, October 5th

• "Boys Soccer will have an interest meeting immediately following school Thursday, October 5th, in Coach Snyder's room, room 1219. All boys interested need to attend."

• TSA members that have been a member for 1 year and are interested in being an officer need to contact MS. Del Gaudio prior to Fall Break.

• If you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools during the R.A.C.E Camp on October 16 for community hours, please stop by the Guidance Office or Main Office and pick up a form. The form needs to be filled out and turned back in to Mrs. Whitaker prior to Wednesday, October 11th, so proper arrangements can be made to secure assignments in all of the elementary schools.

• The Learning Lab will be closed all day on Tuesday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 17 for ACT testing.

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.


• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.


• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

October 4, 2017

• If you would like to volunteer to work at one of the elementary schools during the R.A.C.E Camp on October 16 for community hours, please stop by the Guidance Office or Main Office and pick up a form. The form needs to be filled out and turned back in to Mrs. Whitaker prior to Wednesday, October 11th, so proper arrangements can be made to secure assignments in all of the elementary schools.

• The Learning Lab will be closed all day on Tuesday, October 3, and Tuesday, October 17, for ACT testing.

• Banana bread bribery...First Priority Club 7:55 a.m. EVERY Wednesday morning room 2447. Enter near the stone castle doors. Please come to the Wellness room on Wednesday morning for FIRST PRIORITY CLUB. All are welcome. First Priority is a WEEKLY club, meeting every Wednesday Morning, even during exam weeks.

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.

• Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4. If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Club applications and dues will be due October 20th. Applications can still be picked up in Ms. Anderson, Coach Stubbs, or Mrs. Vance's room.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

October 3, 2017

• All students are going to homeroom Tuesday, October 3, at 8:30 AM. Seniors will be completing precode information for the ACT Senior Retake that is scheduled for October 17.

• The Learning Lab will be closed all day on Tuesday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 17 for ACT testing.

• Banana bread bribery...First Priority Club 7:55 a.m. EVERY Wednesday morning room 2447. Enter near the stone castle doors. Please come to the Wellness room on Wednesday morning for FIRST PRIORITY CLUB. All are welcome. BANANA BREAD will be served 10/4/17. First Priority is a WEEKLY club, meeting every Wednesday Morning, even during exam weeks.

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.

• Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4. If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

• We are extending the deadline for ordering and turning in money for Pink Out shirts until Tuesday October 3rd. Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week. Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20th. All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.


• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

October 2, 2017

• TSA will meet today(October 2, 2017) afterschool.

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.

• Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4. If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

• Pink Out shirts are on sale THIS WEEK ONLY. Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week. Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20th. All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

September 29, 2017

·   The library will be CLOSED September 28 after school and September 29 before and after school.  Normal hours will resume Monday. 

·   Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12.  Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00.  Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served.   Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4 th .

·   Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4.  If you  are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27.  NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

  ·  Any senior who would like to submit a quote for this year's yearbook may do so by emailing Mrs Vickers (vickersa@btcs.org) by Friday, Sept 29. Please be aware that quotes must be appropriate for publication and that not all quotes will be chosen. 

·  Pink Out shirts are on sale THIS WEEK ONLY.  Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week.   Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20 th .  All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

  ·  Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

·  HOSA members need to pay their dues by this Friday (September 29) if they would like to receive a t-shirt.  We will be placing t-shirt orders at the end of the week.   HOSA members who would like to participate in competitions will need to sign up for their competition of choice by this Friday in Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room.  

·  Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29.  The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria. 

·   French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year.  Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application.  Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. 

·  Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

·  Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

·  Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students

2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st.  These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required. 

·  Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

·  College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office.  You must be a senior,  be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips.   Come by the counseling office if you have any questions. 

· Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes. 

·  It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying.  The deadline for the applications is October 11th  

·  Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

·  Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court.  Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure.  All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation.  Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.                                                                                     
·  Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance  is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature. 

* Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour. 

 

September 28, 2017

• The library will be CLOSED September 28 after school and September 29 before and after school. Normal hours will resume Monday.

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.

• Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4. If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

• Any senior who would like to submit a quote for this year's yearbook may do so by emailing Mrs Vickers (vickersa@btcs.org) by Friday, Sept 29. Please be aware that quotes must be appropriate for publication and that not all quotes will be chosen.

• Pink Out shirts are on sale THIS WEEK ONLY. Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week. Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20th. All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• HOSA members need to pay their dues by this Friday (September 29) if they would like to receive a t-shirt. We will be placing t-shirt orders at the end of the week. HOSA members who would like to participate in competitions will need to sign up for their competition of choice by this Friday in Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room.

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• "French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year. Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application. Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. Go Vikes!"!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

GO VIKES!!

September 27, 2017

• Bristol Tennessee City Schools will be offering remediation and enrichment programs that are open to any student in grades Kindergarten through 12 during Fall Break on Tues. 10/10, Wed. 10/11, and Thurs. 10/12. Students can choose to attend ½ day 8:00-11:30 or Full Day 8:00-3:00. Students must BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH as no lunch will be served. Forms can be found in the Main Office or from any THS teacher and are due Wed. October 4th.

• Beta Club dues must be paid by October 4. If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances, speak with Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman by Wednesday, Sept. 27. NO DUES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

• Any senior who would like to submit a quote for this year's yearbook may do so by emailing Mrs Vickers (vickersa@btcs.org) by Friday, Sept 29. Please be aware that quotes must be appropriate for publication and that not all quotes will be chosen.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. National Honor Society Applications are due to Mrs. Story in room 3424 by 2:30 p.m. this Wednesday, September 27. If you are interested in applying, please be sure to turn in your printed application before this deadline. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• Pink Out shirts are on sale THIS WEEK ONLY. Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week. Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20th. All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• HOSA members need to pay their dues by this Friday (September 29) if they would like to receive a t-shirt. We will be placing t-shirt orders at the end of the week. HOSA members who would like to participate in competitions will need to sign up for their competition of choice by this Friday in Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room.

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• "French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year. Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application. Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. Go Vikes!"!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

September 26, 2017

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. National Honor Society Applications are due to Mrs. Story in room 3424 by 2:30 p.m. this Wednesday, September 27. If you are interested in applying, please be sure to turn in your printed application before this deadline. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• See YOU at the POLE! What?? Where? Why? When? Across the nation, students LEAD prayer around the flag pole outside their schools on the last Wednesday in September. FCA and FIRST PRIORITY club members will pray. They invite YOU to join around the flagpole for 20 minutes of voluntary prayer BEFORE school starts. It begins at 6:55 a.m. and concludes at 7:15 a.m. Yes, it's this WEDNESDAY, Sept. 27 BEFORE SCHOOL. You're invited to stand beside the dogwood tree and the entrance to Viking Hall around the THS flagpole. Students will lead prayer. You're invited.

• Pink Out shirts are on sale THIS WEEK ONLY. Shirts are $10 (2x $12; 3x-5x $13) Payment is due upon purchase. Students can order shirts in the cafeteria during all three lunches for the whole week. Shirts will arrive the week of the Pink Out, which will be held October 20th. All shirts must be pre-ordered. There will not be extras ordered.

• Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• HOSA members need to pay their dues by this Friday (September 29) if they would like to receive a t-shirt. We will be placing t-shirt orders at the end of the week. HOSA members who would like to participate in competitions will need to sign up for their competition of choice by this Friday in Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room.

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• "French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year. Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application. Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. Go Vikes!"!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 25, 2017

Viking Buddies Club is now taking applications. The purpose of this club is to bring students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers together in order to build strong relationships among the school and the community. Anybody who would like to apply can come get an application from Ms. Anderson (1159), Coach Stubbs (1160) or Mrs. Vance (1156A).

• HOSA members need to pay their dues by this Friday (September 29) if they would like to receive a t-shirt. We will be placing t-shirt orders at the end of the week. HOSA members who would like to participate in competitions will need to sign up for their competition of choice by this Friday in Mrs. Phillips' or Mrs. Moore's room.

• HOSA meeting this afternoon in Mrs. Phillips' room (2114).

• Students interested in becoming members of the Spanish club need to pay the $5 dues by September 29. The next Spanish club meeting will be on October 3 in the cafeteria.

• TSA will NOT meet Monday, September 25, 2017 after school.

• "French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year. Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application. Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. Go Vikes!"!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.


• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.


• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 22,2017

• TSA will NOT meet Monday, September 25, 2017 after school.

• "French Club members, be sure to pay your $5 dues to Mme Toby by 29 September if you plan on joining this year. Also, if you have been in French Club for at least a year and would like to apply as a club representative, be sure to stop by Mme Toby's room to pick up an application. Applications are due to Mme Toby by 29 September as well. Go Vikes!"!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• Courtland Carter is up for Player of the Week and we need everyone to vote. Here is a link to vote http://wjhl.com/2017/09/16/play-of-the-week-week-five-2/.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered onlin

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 21, 2017

• The Homecoming committee will have a brief meeting in Mrs. Strong's room today after school (September 21). Bring your ideas!

• Student Council dues need to be turned into a sponsor by 9/29.

• Student Council will be holding a coat drive in conjunction with King University. New or gently used coats are needed. There is a big blue bin in the main office for collections.

• FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• Please be reminded that underclassmen, faculty staff in administration photos will be Friday, September 22; this is the last opportunity to appear in the yearbook.

• Courtland Carter is up for Player of the Week and we need everyone to vote. Here is a link to vote http://wjhl.com/2017/09/16/play-of-the-week-week-five-2/.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered onlin

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

September 20, 2017

  • The library will be closed after school today, September 20th.  Normal hours will resume tomorrow.
  • FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.
  • Senior Resume Workshop  Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships?   Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org.  Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.
  • Please be reminded that underclassmen, faculty staff in administration photos will be Friday, September 22; this is the last opportunity to appear in the yearbook. 
  • Courtland Carter is up for Player of the Week and we need everyone to vote. Here is a link to vote http://wjhl.com/2017/09/16/play-of-the-week-week-five-2/.
  • National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average.  You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions. 
  • TSA will meet to finalize competition picks on Monday after school. You must attend this meeting if you want to compete at Regionals. 
  • Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average.  If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library.  If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4.  If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before.  No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.
  • Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students
  • 2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st.  These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required. 
  • Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.
  • College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office.  You must be a senior,  be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips.   Come by the counseling office if you have any questions. 
  • The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm.  You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate.  The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot.  Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt!  You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office.  Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes).  On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring: 

             1.        Signed parent/guardian permission form

             2.        A photo ID

             3.        Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their                             class to donate blood.

  • Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22.  Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package.  Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost.  Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office.  All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered onlin
  • Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes. 
  • It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying.  The deadline for the applications is October 11th
  • Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).
  • Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court.  Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure.  All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation.  Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.                                                                                       
  • Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance  is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature. 
  •  "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th  at 7:45 in the auditorium.  This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."
  • Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour. 

 

September 19, 2017

• FBLA dues of $30 must be paid to Mrs. English by next Tuesday, Sept. 26 if you are wishing to the join the FBLA club this year.

Good food for you! Will you join us straight off the bus tomorrow morning for breakfast? We're serving breakfast biscuits and pumpkin pop-tarts. You're invited. We invite you to join First Priority club at 6:55 a.m. for a 15-minute meeting TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 in the Wellness room, 2447. Noah Ormes, senior, will be speaking.

• Senior Resume Workshop Looking for help getting your resume in shape for college applications, letters of recommendation, and scholarships? Coach Tiller will be offering a free resume workshop on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 in Room 3425 (Coach Tiller's room) on September 20 and September 27. Contact Coach Tiller for more information. tillerc@btcs.org. Juniors & sophomores are also welcome.

• Please be reminded that underclassmen, faculty staff in administration photos will be Friday, September 22;this is the last opportunity to appear in the yearbook.

• Courtland Carter is up for Player of the Week and we need everyone to vote. Here is a link to vote http://wjhl.com/2017/09/16/play-of-the-week-week-five-2/.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• TSA will meet to finalize competition picks on Monday after school. You must attend this meeting if you want to compete at Regionals.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered onlin

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.


• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 18, 2017

• Mr. Tiller will be doing a resume workshop for seniors the next 2 Wednesdays, September 20th and 27th.

• Please be reminded that underclassmen, faculty staff in administration photos will be Friday, September 22;this is the last opportunity to appear in the yearbook.

• Courtland Carter is up for Player of the Week and we need everyone to vote. Here is a link to vote http://wjhl.com/2017/09/16/play-of-the-week-week-five-2/.

• National Honors Society invitation letters were sent out by mail to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. You must complete, print, and submit the application to Mrs. Story (room 3424) by September 27, 2017 to be considered for membership. Please contact an NHS sponsor if you have additional questions.

• TSA will meet to finalize competition picks on Monday after school. You must attend this meeting if you want to compete at Regionals.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered onlin

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

September 15, 2017

TSA will meet to finalize competition picks on Monday after school. You must attend this meeting if you want to compete at Regionals.

• Beta Club invitation letters were sent out to juniors and seniors who aren't already members and have at least a 93 grade average. If you think that you should have received one and did not, please contact Ms. Hayes or Mrs. Sauceman in the library. If you did receive your letter, don't forget that your $30 dues need to be turned in by October 4. If you have extenuating circumstances, please come see us in the library at least a week before. No dues will be accepted after Oct. 4 otherwise.

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.

2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• The nurse is placing a form from Niswonger in each teacher's box that must be filled out by staff members prior to being seen on the web by a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner. You will not be able to be seen until you have filled out the proper paper work.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office. You must be a senior, be passing all 4 courses, and be responsible for any make-up work in order to attend field trips. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Students interested in World War II Military Aircraft should stop by the main office for information about a unique opportunity at the Tri-Cities Airport September 12-17.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered online.

• Students interested in Viking Robotics need to see Ms. Givney for a TSA Application. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 15th for robotics only. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms may be picked up in the Guidance Office and must be returned to the Guidance Office ASAP.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 13, 2017

• Attention gifted and talented 10th and 11th grade students.
2018 Governor School applications and information are now available online at http://www.tn.gov/education/topic/tdoe-governors-schools . Governor School offers Tennessee students the chance to engage in an accelerated curriculum on a university campus during the summer. Students earn college credit by participating in this intensive learning experience. If you would like to participate in this free and challenging program in one of 11 different areas please visit the website and submit your application to Mrs. Skeens by November 12th. The Arts application is due November 1st. These deadlines allow the THS counseling office time to prepare and submit all additional information that is required.

• The nurse is placing a form from Niswonger in each teacher's box that must be filled out by staff members prior to being seen on the web by a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner. You will not be able to be seen until you have filled out the proper paper work.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office; you have to be passing all 4 courses in order to attend field trips and be responsible for any make-up work. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Students interested in World War II Military Aircraft should stop by the main office for information about a unique opportunity at the Tri-Cities Airport September 12-17.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered online.

• Students interested in Viking Robotics need to see Ms. Givney for a TSA Application. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 15th for robotics only. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 12, 2017

• The nurse is placing a form from Niswonger in each teacher's box that must be filled out by staff members prior to being seen on the web by a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner. You will not be able to be seen until you have filled out the proper paper work.

• Attention Juniors and also Sophomores: The practice SAT, the PSAT, will be given at THS on Wednesday, October 25th during first and second period in the Wellness rooms. The PSAT is the qualifying test that students must take their junior year to enter the National Merit Scholarship competition for college scholarships that will be awarded in 2018. Although the test is geared for students in the 11th grade, sophomores are encouraged to take it as practice for their junior year. If you are interested in taking this test please bring $16.00 into the counseling office as soon as possible. Spaces are limited please don't hesitate to sign up.

• College App Week is September 25 through September 29th. The Counseling Office will be having several workshops through out the week to help students with applications, resumes, and answer any college/career questions. Make sure to stop by! Field trips will be taken to TCAT, Northeast State, and ETSU. Sign-ups are in the counseling office; you have to be passing all 4 courses in order to attend field trips and be responsible for any make-up work. Come by the counseling office if you have any questions.

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Students interested in World War II Military Aircraft should stop by the main office for information about a unique opportunity at the Tri-Cities Airport September 12-17.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered online.

• Students interested in Viking Robotics need to see Ms. Givney for a TSA Application. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 15th for robotics only. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 11, 2017

• The fall Marsh Regional Blood Drive at Tennessee High School will be on Thursday, September 28, from 8 am until 2 pm. You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 lbs to donate. The Marsh bloodmobile buses will be located in the front parking lot. Blood donors will receive a free t-shirt! You may sign-up to donate blood in the main office. Students will not be allowed to donate blood during academic classes (Math, English, Science or Social Studies classes). On the day of the blood drive, students will need to bring:
1. Signed parent/guardian permission form
2. A photo ID
3. Class release form (teachers will need to time and initial for students who are leaving their class to donate blood.

• Students interested in World War II Military Aircraft should stop by the main office for information about a unique opportunity at the Tri-Cities Airport September 12-17.

• Re-takes for all underclassmen, faculty, staff, and administration will be Friday, Sept. 22. Students who purchased a package and who desire a retake may turn in their photo to the photographer on Sept. 22, for a new package. Any student may have his/her photo made for the yearbook at no cost. Students who wish to purchase a package need to pick up an ordering envelope in the main office. All photos will need to be pre-paid or ordered online.

• Students interested in Viking Robotics need to see Ms. Givney for a TSA Application. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 15th for robotics only. Late applications will not be accepted.

• The Mighty Viking Battalion will hold a formation on SEPT 11th, 7:05 am at the flag pole in front of THS. The intent is to remember the victims of 9/11 and their families. Cadets will be in uniform and salute as the flag is raised and lowered to half-staff. The plan is for Cadet Rowan Chapman to then play "Taps".

• TSA will have its' first meeting for students who turned in an application on Monday, September 11, right after school. Students should go to the wellness rooms to sign in and then come to Ms. Del Gaudio's room. Students' money and permission forms are also due on this day.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Swim Team will start next Monday, Sept. 11. All forms must be turned in before you can start practice. We will meet in Viking Hall. We will be conditioning on Monday/ Wednesday until 4:30. Wear clothes for lifting/ running. We will be doing Yoga on Friday until 4:30.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 8, 2017

• Students interested in Viking Robotics need to see Ms. Givney for a TSA Application. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 15th for robotics only. Late applications will not be accepted.

• The Mighty Viking Battalion will hold a formation on SEPT 11th, 7:05 am at the flag pole in front of THS. The intent is to remember the victims of 9/11 and their families. Cadets will be in uniform and salute as the flag is raised and lowered to half-staff. The plan is for Cadet Rowan Chapman to then play "Taps".

• TSA will have its' first meeting for students who turned in an application on Monday, September 11, right after school. Students should go to the wellness rooms to sign in and then come to Ms. Del Gaudio's room. Students' money and permission forms are also due on this day.

• The volleyball team is having a Lularoe fundraiser this Saturday from 10-3 in Viking Hall.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• Congrats to the 2017-2018 Senior Court & Class Officers! President: Parker Mann, Vice President: Ty Blevins, Secretary: Josie Cioffe, Treasurer: Lexie Worley, Sergeant at Arms: Alexis Terrell, King: Stone Cozart, Queen: Erin Walker, Gentlemen at Arms: John Blair, Lady in Waiting: Jessie Dolinger, Court Members: Liam Cooper, Skylar Wilson, Hugh Tagert, Kassidy Newton, Vince Simmons, Kennedy Tester, JT Scott, Bailey Jones, Brendan Smith, Hailey Burton, Andrew Istfan, Kaylee McMillian.

• Sophomore class officers are: President - Dawson Willis, Vice-President - Sarah Chen, Secretary - Aaliyah Burns, Sgt. At Arms - Ryan Lilly, Chaplin - Matthew Manno. Congratulations!

• Congratulations to the new Freshman Class Officers: President: Caden Myers, Vice President: Gibson Bartlett

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign. There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Swim Team will start next Monday, Sept. 11. All forms must be turned in before you can start practice. We will meet in Viking Hall. We will be conditioning on Monday/ Wednesday until 4:30. Wear clothes for lifting/ running. We will be doing Yoga on Friday until 4:30.
• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• "In support of our Lady Viking Volleyball team's white out game against Science Hill and their quest to take down the Toppers, the Student Council will be selling all white "Viking Nation" shirts to any student and/or faculty member. Shirts are $10 and will be sold after school or at the door! If you're interested, please come by Mr. Snyder's room, room 1219."

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• The Interact Club is sponsoring a Food Drive during VT Week. Bring in your canned goods to your 1st period class next Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday! The 1st period class who brings in the most canned goods will receive donuts.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• V-T Week is this week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.


• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 7, 2017

• All - The Mighty Viking Battalion will hold a formation on SEPT 11th, 7:05 am at the flag pole in front of THS. The intent is to remember the victims of 9/11 and their families. Cadets will be in uniform and salute as the flag is raised and lowered to half-staff. The plan is for Cadet Rowan Chapman to then play "Taps".

• TSA will have its' first meeting for students who turned in an application on Monday, September 11, right after school. Students should go to the wellness rooms to sign in and then come to Ms. Del Gaudio's room. Students' money and permission forms are also due on this day.

• The volleyball team is having a Lularoe fundraiser this Saturday from 10-3 in Viking Hall.

• Jostens will be here to meet with seniors on Oct. 2nd during first period for about 30 minutes.

• Congrats to the 2017-2018 Senior Court & Class Officers! President: Parker Mann, Vice President: Ty Blevins, Secretary: Josie Cioffe, Treasurer: Lexie Worley, Sergeant at Arms: Alexis Terrell, King: Stone Cozart, Queen: Erin Walker, Gentlemen at Arms: John Blair, Lady in Waiting: Jessie Dolinger, Court Members: Liam Cooper, Skylar Wilson, Hugh Tagert, Kassidy Newton, Vince Simmons, Kennedy Tester, JT Scott, Bailey Jones, Brendan Smith, Hailey Burton, Andrew Istfan, Kaylee McMillian.

• Congratulations to the new Freshman Class Officers: President: Caden Myers, Vice President: Gibson Bartlett

• It is that time of year to begin the application process for the Annual Queen of Hearts Campaign.

    There will a 2018 brochure and application in Mrs. Whitaker's office that you may stop by and pick up
     if you are interested in applying. The deadline for the applications is October 11th.

• Swim Team will start next Monday, Sept. 11. All forms must be turned in before you can start practice. We will meet in Viking Hall. We will be conditioning on Monday/ Wednesday until 4:30. Wear clothes for lifting/ running. We will be doing Yoga on Friday until 4:30.

• The boys basketball team will have a brief meeting after school today, Thursday, September 7 at 2:35 in the boys basketball team room. This meeting is for all boys interested in trying out for basketball in the fall. This meeting is to organize our preseason conditioning schedule. This meeting will conclude by 3:00pm.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• In support of our Lady Viking Volleyball team's white out game against Science Hill and their quest to take down the Toppers, the Student Council will be selling all white "Viking Nation" shirts to any student and/or faculty member. Shirts are $10 and will be sold after school or at the door! If you're interested, please come by Mr. Snyder's room, room 1219.

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• The Interact Club is sponsoring a Food Drive during VT Week. Bring in your canned goods to your 1st period class next Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday! The 1st period class who brings in the most canned goods will receive donuts.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• V-T Week is this week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

September 6, 2017

• The boys basketball team will have a brief meeting after school tomorrow, Thursday, September 7 at 2:35 in the boys basketball team room. This meeting is for all boys interested in trying out for basketball in the fall. This meeting is to organize our preseason conditioning schedule. This meeting will conclude by 3:00pm.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• "In support of our Lady Viking Volleyball team's white out game against Science Hill and their quest to take down the Toppers, the Student Council will be selling all white "Viking Nation" shirts to any student and/or faculty member. Shirts are $10 and will be sold after school or at the door! If you're interested, please come by Mr. Snyder's room, room 1219."

• First Priority club meets every Wednesday morning at 6:55 a.m. in room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors. There will be food. You are always, always welcome in the Wellness room....(Get it? It's a pun...WELcome in the WELLness room?)
This week is called Overcome Week, and we will serve OATMEAL cookies. Next Wednesday, Sept. 13, will be our Prepare Week meeting. We will serve POPTARTS. Wednesday, September 20, will be our Engage Week...what do you think should we serve that Wednesday morning? Tell your ideas to Abby Savage or Topher Emerine or Noah Osborne or Noah Ormes or Hunter Smith.

• The Interact Club is sponsoring a Food Drive during VT Week. Bring in your canned goods to your 1st period class next Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday! The 1st period class who brings in the most canned goods will receive donuts.

• All current and interested French Club members, please be sure to come to the VT hall decorating event on 6 September after school. Location to be announced soon. French Club is for students who are currently taking French or have had at least one year of French. Come Show your Viking Pride as well as your French Club spirit and let's decorate to dominate for VT week! Go Vikes!

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• V-T Week is this week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• The senior ad deadline has been extended until Wed., Sept 6

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

September 1, 2017

• "Congratulations to Tennessee High School's JROTC Battalion Commander, Austin Rice, for being named to the Appalachian Region JROTC All Star Leadership Team. Selection is based on Demonstrated Leadership, Commitment to Excellence, and High Academic Performance. Cadet Rice was publically recognized at the Johnson City Cardinal's baseball game this week along with eight other cadets from the Tri-Cities."

• All current and interested French Club members, please be sure to come to the VT hall decorating event on 6 September after school. Location to be announced soon. French Club is for students who are currently taking French or have had at least one year of French. Come Show your Viking Pride as well as your French Club spirit and let's decorate to dominate for VT week! Go Vikes!

• Any THS student who purchase a STUDENT VIP will receive a free t-shirt! Student VIP passes are $50.00. If you have already bought your pass stop by the athletic office on Thursday or Friday and present your pass for a free t-shirt.

• Our first "Optional Student Day" is scheduled on Tuesday, September 5th and we are often in need of additional support in meeting the needs of our students who are in attendance. As an incentive to volunteer, students will have an opportunity to earn service hours. If there's students that are interested in volunteering for R.A.C.E. Camp to earn service hours, please email Mrs. Whitaker or come by her office and she will give you form to fill out.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• V-T Week is next week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• TSA (Technology Student Association) is now accepting applications for this year. If you are interested in computers, engineering, photography, or design this is the club for you. You must have taken or currently be enrolled in a Digital Arts, STEM or IT class at Tennessee High School. Applications can be picked up from Ms. Del Gaudio, Ms. Givney, or Mr. Shipley. They are due September 1, 2018. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• The senior ad deadline has been extended until Wed., Sept 6

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

August 31, 2017

• All current and interested French Club members, please be sure to come to the VT hall decorating event on 6 September after school. Location to be announced soon. French Club is for students who are currently taking French or have had at least one year of French. Come Show your Viking Pride as well as your French Club spirit and let's decorate to dominate for VT week! Go Vikes!

• ALL Anchor Club members to meet in Mrs. Arnold's room (2220) for about 10 minutes today, August 31, 2017 after school.

• Any THS student who purchase a STUDENT VIP will receive a free t-shirt! Student VIP passes are $50.00. If you have already bought your pass stop by the athletic office on Thursday or Friday and present your pass for a free t-shirt.

• Our first "Optional Student Day" is scheduled on Tuesday, September 5th and we are often in need of additional support in meeting the needs of our students who are in attendance. As an incentive to volunteer, students will have an opportunity to earn service hours. If there's students that are interested in volunteering for R.A.C.E. Camp to earn service hours, please email Mrs. Whitaker or come by her office and she will give you form to fill out.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• V-T Week is next week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• TSA (Technology Student Association) is now accepting applications for this year. If you are interested in computers, engineering, photography, or design this is the club for you. You must have taken or currently be enrolled in a Digital Arts, STEM or IT class at Tennessee High School. Applications can be picked up from Ms. Del Gaudio, Ms. Givney, or Mr. Shipley. They are due September 1, 2018. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• The senior ad deadline has been extended until Wed., Sept 6

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

August 30, 2017

• Any THS student who purchase a STUDENT VIP will receive a free t-shirt! Student VIP passes are $50.00. If you have already bought your pass stop by the athletic office on Thursday or Friday and present your pass for a free t-shirt.

• Our first "Optional Student Day" is scheduled on Tuesday, September 5th and we are often in need of additional support in meeting the needs of our students who are in attendance. As an incentive to volunteer, students will have an opportunity to earn service hours. If there's students that are interested in volunteering for R.A.C.E. Camp to earn service hours, please email Mrs. Whitaker or come by her office and she will give you form to fill out.

• Bristol City Juvenile Court is starting another year of Teen Court. Teen Court is an opportunity for students to learn about law, courtroom proceedings and how to use positive peer pressure to combat negative peer pressure. All participants will receive volunteer hours for their participation. Sign up forms are in the Guidance Office.

• Any student that was on Student Council last year and has not been added to the canvas group needs to pick an application from the office today, Wednesday, August 30! This MUST
be returned to Mr. Snyder no later than 2:45. Check with a sponsor if you have any questions about your membership.

• V-T Week is next week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until old out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• TSA (Technology Student Association) is now accepting applications for this year. If you are interested in computers, engineering, photography, or design this is the club for you. You must have taken or currently be enrolled in a Digital Arts, STEM or IT class at Tennessee High School. Applications can be picked up from Ms. Del Gaudio, Ms. Givney, or Mr. Shipley. They are due September 1, 2018. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• We are very excited to announce that Tennessee High School is a 2017 Civics All Star School!

• This is HOPE week at First Priority. We meet in Wellness room 2447 this Wednesday morning at 6:55. You are welcome to share in this amazing club. We conclude at 7:15 a.m. We're serving up muffins and HOPE...All are welcome! Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• The senior ad deadline has been extended until Wed., Sept 6

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

 

August 29, 2017

We are on an Activity 1 schedule.

• V-T Week is next week, Wednesday September 6th-8th. We will begin selling V-T shirts ($10) to students on Friday September 1st during all 3 lunches. We will continue to sell until sold out September 6th-8th during all 3 lunches. Dress up days for the V-T week are: Wednesday-WACKY WEDNESDAY, Thursday-TWIN THURSDAY, Friday-MAROON AND WHITE OR V-T SHIRT. V-T Football Game is Friday September 8th at Virginia High football field.

• TSA (Technology Student Association) is now accepting applications for this year. If you are interested in computers, engineering, photography, or design this is the club for you. You must have taken or currently be enrolled in a Digital Arts, STEM or IT class at Tennessee High School. Applications can be picked up from Ms. Del Gaudio, Ms. Givney, or Mr. Shipley. They are due September 1, 2018. Late applications will not be accepted.

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• We are very excited to announce that Tennessee High School is a 2017 Civics All Star School!

• This is HOPE week at First Priority. We meet in Wellness room 2447 this Wednesday morning at 6:55. You are welcome to share in this amazing club. We conclude at 7:15 a.m. We're serving up muffins and HOPE...All are welcome! Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• The senior ad deadline has been extended until Wed., Sept 6.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hour.

August 28, 2017

• Students applying for a driving permit must have a Certificate of Compulsory Attendance. Students can request this form from the counseling office. Please allow three days to process the request. Completed forms should be picked up in the counseling office; these will not be faxed to the DMV. The Certificate of Compulsory Attendance is only valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

• We are very excited to announce that Tennessee High School is a 2017 Civics All-Star School!

• There will be an informational meeting about HOSA on Monday, August 28 at 2:30 in Mrs. Phillips' room (2114). HOSA is for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Please come to learn more about HOSA! Refreshments will be provided!

• This is HOPE week at First Priority. We meet in Wellness room 2447 this Wednesday morning at 6:55. You are welcome to share in this amazing club. We conclude at 7:15 a.m. We're serving up muffins and HOPE...All are welcome! Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• Senior ads are due Monday, Aug 28, to Mrs.Vickers in room 3431.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

August 25, 2017

• We are very excited to announce that Tennessee High School is a 2017 Civics All Star School!

• Congratulations to the Girls' JV and Varsity Volleyball for their win over Volunteer last night, to the Golf Team for their win over Daniel Boone and East, to the Girls' Soccer Team for their win over Elizabethton. Tennessee High is very proud of our very talented group of athletes!

• We are also very proud of the tremendous musical talent we have and the way that was represented last night by Slim Pickens and the Madrigals. JROTC also did a great job presenting the colors. Thanks for a job well done by all!

• There will be an informational meeting about HOSA on Monday, August 28 at 2:30 in Mrs. Phillips' room (2114). HOSA is for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Please come to learn more about HOSA! Refreshments will be provided!

• All are welcome! First Priority hosts meetings EVERY WEDNESDAY morning in the Wellness room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. The meetings run from 6:55 a.m.-7:15 a.m. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• Senior ads are due Monday, Aug 28, to Mrs.Vickers in room 3431.
• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

 

August 24, 2017
• There will be an informational meeting about HOSA on Monday, August 28 at 2:30 in Mrs. Phillips' room (2114). HOSA is for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. Please come to learn more about HOSA! Refreshments will be provided!

• All Afterschool Programs on Thursday, August 24th will end at 4:00 PM. This is due to having Open House for parents on Thursday evening at 6:00 PM.

• All are welcome! First Priority hosts meetings EVERY WEDNESDAY morning in the Wellness room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. The meetings run from 6:55 a.m.-7:15 a.m. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• King Dual Enrollment class will start Wednesday, August 23rd. You will meet in room 1213.

• Senior ads are due Monday, Aug 28, to Mrs.Vickers in room 3431.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

 

August 23, 2017

• Congratulations to the Girls' Volleyball Team for winning all three games against DB last night and to the Girls' Soccer Team for their win over Daniel Boone!

• All Afterschool Programs on Thursday, August 24th will end at 4:00 PM. This is due to having Open House for parents on Thursday evening at 6:00 PM.

• All are welcome! First Priority hosts meetings EVERY WEDNESDAY morning in the Wellness room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. The meetings run from 6:55 a.m.-7:15 a.m. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• King Dual Enrollment class will start Wednesday, August 23rd. You will meet in room 1213.

• Senior ads are due Monday, Aug 28, to Mrs.Vickers in room 3431.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• SENIORS: If you are interested in applying for the Niswonger Scholarship and/or the Roan Scholars Program at ETSU, there will be a brief meeting at 2:30 Wednesday in the guidance office.

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

August 22, 2017

• Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has declared a day of mourning and ordered flags at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 in honor of U.S. Army Staff Sergeant William Turner of Nashville's ultimate sacrifice. Staff Sergeant Turner was presumably killed on December 13, 1943 along with five other American crew members while serving in World War II. Turner's B-26 airplane was struck by anti-aircraft fire and crashed while flying from England to Holland for a bombing raid. Turner's remains arrived at the Nashville International Airport on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. He will be laid to rest at the Nashville National Cemetery today, Tuesday, August 22, 2017.

• Volleyball game tonight at THS against DB. Times are 4:00, 5:00 & 6:00.

• All are welcome! First Priority hosts meetings EVERY WEDNESDAY morning in the Wellness room 2447. Enter from the outside Wellness doors, please. The meetings run from 6:55 a.m.-7:15 a.m. We look forward to meeting you! Again, ALL are welcome! If you have any questions about First Priority, ask senior Noah Ormes, senior Hunter Smith, sophomore Abby Savage, or sophomore Topher Emerine. Mrs. Candy Sutherland is the sponsor of First Priority.

• King Dual Enrollment class will start Wednesday, August 23rd. You will meet in room 1213.

• Senior ads are due Monday, Aug 28, to Mrs.Vickers in room 3431.

• "Tennessee High School will be offering the ASVAB on September 26th at 7:45 in the auditorium. This free aptitude assessment is a great tool for students who are interested in identifying their strengths and potential career opportunities. While the ASVAB is administered by the armed forces there is no military commitment or obiligation required. Interested students can sign up in the counseling office."

• SENIORS: If you are interested in applying for the Niswonger Scholarship and/or the Roan Scholars Program at ETSU, there will be a brief meeting at 2:30 Wednesday in the guidance office.

• If you are 18 years old (or soon will be) and interested in applying online to be an Educational Assistant for the LEAPS Afterschool Programs at $10.43 per hour, please submit an online application by going to www.btcs.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and clicking on the Human Resources link at the top left side. If you have questions, please see Ms. Pendley in the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, August 30th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• All student council members need to see Coach Snyder in room 1219 in order to sign up for selling apparel at the five home football games. Each member is required to sign up for at least one 30 minute slot, and it will be done on a first come, first serve basis. Any remaining slots will be assigned by the president and/or vice president and you will be required to show up during that time.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

 

August 17, 2017

• First of all, thanks to all of you who came out to the pep rally this morning. It was a terrific way to start the day, and it's great to see all of the excitement in the air! We hope to see all of you at the football game tonight wearing maroon and showing your Viking Pride!

• Thank you for your cooperation in the unexpected lockdown this morning.

• Please view the attached "Eclipse Safety Minute" prior to Monday, August 21st in preparation for the eclipse celebration.

• Class Officer applications due to Grade Group Sponsor by TODAY--Thursday, August 17th.

• Interested in traveling to Australia summer of 2018!?! If so, please contact Mr. Strickland at your earliest convenience (room 3208; stricklandc@btcs.org).

• Drama Club will be meeting at 2:45 on Thursday afternoon in room 1212. We will be discussing nominations for club officers, potential fundraisers, and a meeting schedule. All those who are interested in Competition Speech and Drama, Theatre Arts and Drama Club should attend this meeting. If you cannot attend this meeting, please e-mail Mrs. Davis, or stop by room 1212 to get the needed information.

• First Priority Club will meet for training and food from Chick Fil A from 4:00-6:00 PM on Thursday, August 17th in Wellness Room 2447. See Mrs. Sutherland in room 1214 with questions or ideas.

• There will be a meeting for any current Civinette immediately after school in Mrs. Kitzmiller's room, 2117, on Thursday August 17.

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• All student council members need to see Coach Snyder in room 1219 in order to sign up for selling apparel at the five home football games. Each member is required to sign up for at least one 30 minute slot, and it will be done on a first come, first serve basis. Any remaining slots will be assigned by the president and/or vice president and you will be required to show up during that time.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• All students parking in the Southside or Senior parking lots are expected to have their current parking    permits in place on their vehicles by Monday, August 14th. We will be checking our parking lots for proper parking credentials.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

• FCA will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15 every Friday.

• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

 

August 16, 2017

• First Priority Club will meet for training and food from Chick Fil A from 4:00-6:00 PM on Thursday, August 17th in Wellness Room 2447. See Mrs. Sutherland in room 1214 with questions or ideas.

• There will be a meeting for any current Civinette immediately after school in Mrs. Kitzmiller's room, 2117, on Thursday August 17.

• A representative from Virginia Tech will be visiting the counseling office on Friday, September 1, from 8:00 am until 9:00 am. If you would like to speak with the representative at this time please get your first period teacher's permission.

• All student council members need to see Coach Snyder in room 1219 in order to sign up for selling apparel at the five home football games. Each member is required to sign up for at least one 30 minute slot, and it will be done on a first come, first serve basis. Any remaining slots will be assigned by the president and/or vice president and you will be required to show up during that time.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• Parking Permits Reminder:
• All students parking in the Southside or Senior parking lots are expected to have their current parking permits in place on their vehicles by Monday, August 14th. We will be checking our parking lots for proper parking credentials.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

• FCA will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15 every Friday.

• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

August 15, 2017

• Girls' Soccer in the Castle tonight at 6:00 against DB

• Girls' Volleyball at Science Hill tonight

• All student council members need to see Coach Snyder in room 1219 in order to sign up for selling apparel at the five home football games. Each member is required to sign up for at least one 30 minute slot, and it will be done on a first come, first serve basis. Any remaining slots will be assigned by the president and/or vice president and you will be required to show up during that time.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• Parking Permits Reminder:
• All students parking in the Southside or Senior parking lots are expected to have their current parking permits in place on their vehicles by Monday, August 14th. We will be checking our parking lots for proper parking credentials.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold.

• FCA on will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15 every Friday.

• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

 

August 14, 2017

• All student council members need to see Coach Snyder in room 1219 in order to sign up for selling apparel at the five home football games. Each member is required to sign up for at least one 30 minute slot, and it will be done on a first come, first serve basis. Any remaining slots will be assigned by the president and/or vice president and you will be required to show up during that time.

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• Parking Permits Reminder:
• All students parking in the Southside or Senior parking lots are expected to have their current parking permits in place on their vehicles by Monday, August 14th. We will be checking our parking lots for proper parking credentials.

• The Boys Basketball Team will have a brief organizational meeting on Monday August 14th immediately after school. This meeting is for all Freshman, JV, and Varsity players that participated in our summer program. The meeting will be in the basketball team room and will conclude before 3:00 pm.

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold. All current members who are interested in participating this school year need to stop by Mrs. DeClercq's room (2217) by next Friday August 11th.

• August 14th will be picture day for all underclassmen and staff. Students will be receiving order envelopes during 4th period (August 7-11th). All photos must be pre-paid. Students may pay the photographer on picture day (cash or check to Lifetouch), or photos may be ordered online at mylifetouch.com with the code located on THS website. Extra order forms will be available at the front office.

• FCA on will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15 every Friday.

• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

August 11, 2017

• Please do not prop outside doors open at any time during regular school hours.

• Parking Permits Reminder:
   All students parking in the Southside or Senior parking lots are expected to have their current parking  
   permits in place on their vehicles by Monday, August 14th. We will be checking our parking lots for
   proper parking credentials.

• The Boys Basketball Team will have a brief organizational meeting on Monday August 14th immediately after school. This meeting is for all Freshman, JV, and Varsity players that participated in our summer program. The meeting will be in the basketball team room and will conclude before 3:00 pm.

• Meet the Vikings will be Friday, August 11th.

  • 6-7 pm field activities: Corn Hole, Can Jam, Bounce House, DJ
  • 6:30-7:00 Faculty vs Senior Athletes and Senior Band Members Kick Ball Game
  • 7:00 Fall Sports Team introduction in order below:
  • Girls and Boys Golf
  • JV Cheer with cheer intro's
  • Volleyball
  • Varsity Cheer with cheer intro's
  • Soccer
  • JV and Cheer Dance
  • Football

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold. All current members who are interested in participating this school year need to stop by Mrs. DeClercq's room (2217) by next Friday August 11th.

• 9th grade Student Council applications are in the office. Applications will be accepted for 2 weeks only.

• August 14th will be picture day for all underclassmen and staff. Students will be receiving order envelopes during 4th period (August 7-11th). All photos must be pre-paid. Students may pay the photographer on picture day (cash or check to Lifetouch), or photos may be ordered online at mylifetouch.com with the code located on THS website. Extra order forms will be available at the front office.

• FCA will begin weekly meeting this Friday. We will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15.

• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

 

 

August 10, 2017

  • Meet the Vikings will be Friday, August 11th.

          6-7 pm field activities: Corn Hole, Can Jam, Bounce House, DJ

          6:30-7:00 Faculty vs Senior Athletes and Senior Band Members Kick Ball Game

          7:00 Fall Sports Team introduction in order below:

               Girls and Boys Golf

               JV Cheer with cheer intro's

               Volleyball

               Varsity Cheer with cheer intro's

               Soccer

               JV and Cheer Dance

                Football

• The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold. All current members who are interested in participating this school year need to stop by Mrs. DeClercq's room (2217) by next Friday August 11th.
• 9th grade Student Council applications are in the office. Applications will be accepted for 2 weeks only.
• August 14th will be picture day for all underclassmen and staff. Students will be receiving order envelopes during 4th period (August 7-11th). All photos must be pre-paid. Students may pay the photographer on picture day (cash or check to Lifetouch), or photos may be ordered online at mylifetouch.com with the code located on THS website. Extra order forms will be available at the front office.
• FCA will begin weekly meeting this Friday. We will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15
• There will be a Swim Team meeting in the wellness room on Thursday, August 10 at 6:00 pm
• The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

 

August 8, 2017

  • Meet the Vikings will be Friday, August 11th.

                6-7 pm field activities:  Corn Hole, Can Jam, Bounce House, DJ

                6:30-7:00 Faculty vs Senior Athletes and Senior Band Members Kick Ball Game

                7:00 Fall Sports Team introduction in order below:

                        Girls and Boys Golf

                        JV Cheer with cheer intro's

                        Volleyball

                        Varsity Cheer with cheer intro's

                        Soccer

                        JV and Cheer Dance

                        Football

  • The Interact Club is now accepting applications for this school year. Anyone who is interesting in applying can pick up an application in the main office. Applications are due Friday August 25th by the end of the day and need to be returned to Mrs. DeClercq or Mrs. Arnold. All current members who are interested in participating this school year need to stop by Mrs. DeClercq's room (2217) by next Friday August 11th.
  • 9th grade Student Council applications are in the office. Applications will be accepted for 2 weeks only.
  • August 14th will be picture day for all underclassmen and staff. Students will be receiving order envelopes during 4th period (August 7-11th). All photos must be pre-paid. Students may pay the photographer on picture day (cash or check to Lifetouch), or photos may be ordered online at mylifetouch.com with the code located on THS website. Extra order forms will be available at the front office.
  • Auditions for new Tennessee High School A Cappella singing group will be Tuesday, August 8, and Wednesday, August 9th.
  • FCA will begin weekly meeting this Friday. We will meet in the auditorium from 2:45-3:15.
  • Seniors, please log onto the senior Canvas page to vote for Senior Superlatives today. Seniors who do not have a computer may stop by Mrs. Vickers' room (3431) to vote on paper.
  • For any girls interested in playing Girls' Basketball, there will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, August 9th, in Coach Arnold's room (Room 2220).
  • There will be a Swim Team meeting in the wellness room on Thursday, August 10 at 6:00 pm.
  • The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.

 

August 7, 2017

  • For any girls interested in playing Girls' Basketball, there will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, August 9th, in Coach Arnold's room (Room 2220)
  • There will be a Swim Team meeting in the wellness room on Thursday, August 10 at 6:00 pm
  • The Tennessee High School After-School Tutoring and Activities Program will be held in the Wellness Room #2447 from 2:30-5:30 Monday through Friday. Snacks provided every day! All students are welcome to come help plan the fun activities for the year! What other activities should we add this year?? Please come and help us decide! Parent volunteers needed. Please contact the After School Programs Director, Deidre Pendley, with any questions or suggestions at pendleyd@btcs.org or call 423-652-9494.