October 16th, 2018
Please view the attached video to learn about the Federal Impact Aid Survey that was sent out electronically on October 15. The survey must be completed by November 16. All information needs to be accurate as of October 2, 2018. Thank you for your support of district programs supported by these federal funds.
October 2nd, 2018
Volunteer Opportunity Procedures
Thank you to all who wish to volunteer at Northeast Middle. There are some documents we need you to read and sign and you must go through the Raptor system in the front office before we can assign you to a volunteer opportunity. If there are none listed, feel free to attend any of our Parent Advisory Meetings we hold every month. There might be some ideas there.
September 7th, 2018
A new TN school attendance law went into effect this school year. As in previous years, 5 UNEXCUSED absences is considered truant. Beginning this year, if a students reaches 5 UNEXCUSED absences, the student’s parent(s) will be required to have a conference with school officials about the student’s attendance. If your child is absent, please be sure to send in a note explaining his/her absence. The following are acceptable documentation to excuse and absence: Up to 5 parent notes per school year for any reason; notes from your child’s medical provider; notes from required court appearances; documentation from a family member’s funeral; military deployment documentation. If you have any questions, contact our attendance secretary, Catherine Baker at 931-648-5665.
August 15th, 2018
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September 9th, 2017
Beginning this school year, chronic absenteeism will be a part of district and school accountability. The indicator (Chronically Out-of-School Indicator) will be based on chronic absenteeism, which is defined as a student missing 10%+ of the days a student is enrolled. More information will be forthcoming. Remember every minute makes a difference! National Attendance Day is Sept. 12.
August 2nd, 2017
This year our students at Northeast Middle School will be issued a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop to use at school only. Information concerning the district’s expectations for usage and care is currently available under the “Students and Parents” tab in the “Student Laptops” link at www.cmcss.net. The forms and information will also be provided for your student within the first week of school. It is highly recommended that parents/guardians purchase a padded laptop sleeve for protection. The Lenovo ThinkPad is 12.5 inches in length, so a 13 inch laptop sleeve is acceptable for protecting your student’s new laptop.