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  • School Counselor Contact Info.
    Della Hollingsworth, LBSW, LSSW, M.A.Ed., LSC
    Office # (731) 968-7484 ext. 6511
    hollingsworth.della@hcschoolstn.org
  • School Counselor
    Mission

    The mission of the Bargerton Elementary School Counseling Program is to decrease academic and non-academic barriers to student success, maximize every student’s social/emotional, educational, and career development potential, and to promote a culture of social responsibility and self-advocacy.

    Vision

    Every adult action reinforces the belief that all of our students can succeed in a college or career of their choice and be productive citizens in their community.

    Beliefs

    We believe:
    • All students can be successful.
    • All members of the Bargerton Elementary School community have the right to access services provided by the school counselor.
    • School counselors are an integral part of multiple, collaborative teams that are working to ensure student success.
    • The school counselor is a safe person with whom students can share concerns, accomplishments, and personal goals.
    • School counselors must actively identify and provide additional support for children with at-risk characteristics.
    We believe a comprehensive school counseling program should:
    • Reach all students.
    • Be an integral part of the total school program.
    • Equip students with the skills necessary for them to achieve their career goals.
    • Utilize a team approach to eliminate barriers in school achievement.
    • Conduct activities that contribute to the development of a positive school climate.
    • Recognize students’ individual abilities and assist them in maximizing their potentials.
    • Help students develop a healthy self-concept and an acceptance of individual differences.
    • Link programs with opportunities for students outside of the school.
    • Include the participation of teachers because of their direct involvement with students on a daily basis.
    • Foster a positive relationship between home and school.
    • Be designed and coordinated by the counselor(s) with input from all stakeholders.
    • Use data to drive the development and evaluation of the program.
    We believe all school counselors will:
    • Adhere to the professional and ethical standards of the Tennessee School Counselors Association and the American School Counselor Association.
    • Set goals based on ASCA competencies and school data, provide quality work, and monitor data to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions.
    • Be held accountable for showing the impact they have on student achievement.
    • Strive for professional excellence through continued study and participation in professional organizations and workshops.

    Explanation of confidentiality as it pertains to communication with the school counselor is available in school counselor's office.
District Assessment Schedule
TN State Assessments

The Henderson County School System will be participate in the TN State Assessments during the Fall and Spring of the 2017 - 2018 school year. Below you will find a link to the TN State Assessment Schedule for the 2017 - 2018 School Year.

http://tn.gov/education/article/assessment-faq

Dates for individual test will vary by school and grade level. For more information concerning specific dates for your child’s assessments, please contact the guidance department at the school in which they are enrolled.
Bargerton School News!!!
We would like to thank all those who came out to Parent Teacher Conferences. It is with your continued cooperation and support we will develop strong children.
Pre-registration for Kindergarten in the Henderson County School System will be Thursday, March 14 from 3:00-6:00 in each Henderson County Elementary School. All children who will be five years old on or before August 15 are eligible to register for Kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year. Certified Birth Certificate (not the mother’s copy). *Children born in Tennessee can obtain a certified birth certificate from the Health Department. Social Security Card Proof of Immunizations on a Tennessee Certificate of Immunization form from the Health Department or a Physician’s office. Copy of Physical Examination (within 1 calendar year) Two (2) Proofs of County Residence (E-911address) (Ex: electric bill, water bill, etc.) All registration documents must be in order before school begins on August 1, 2019. Parents will be made aware of any deficiencies on March 14. Failure to provide the above documents by registration on August 1, 2019 may delay a student’s enrollment in school. No Kindergarten student will be allowed to begin school until ALL documents are completed and on file.
When registering for Voluntary PreK please remember:
• The child must be 4 years old by August 15, 2019.
• The parent must complete an Income Eligibility Form
• The parent must complete an Application.
• Two (2) proofs of County Residency (E-911 Address) Ex: electric bill, water bill, etc. are required
• The parent must provide a Certified Birth Certificate (Not Mother’s Copy). *Children born in
Tennessee can obtain a certified birth certificate from the Health Department.
• Social Security Card
• Proof of Physical Examination (within 1 calendar year)
• Proof of Immunizations on a Tennessee Certificate of Immunization form from the Health Department or a Physician’s office
• Proof of income (One of the following: pay check stub, W-2 form, Income tax return, or proof of food stamp eligibility – SNAP
***All requirements listed above must be completed and submitted before any child is eligible. Students will NOT be placed on any list until all paperwork has been received. In other words, students will be placed on a list according to the date paperwork and documents were completed and returned to school.
***PreK is an income-based program and first priority will go to those families that qualify.
***Completing the Henderson County PreK Application Packet does not necessarily guarantee enrollment in the PreK Program. Non-income eligible students will NOT be notified until after school has started.
***Non-income eligible students are placed on a waiting list once all paperwork is complete. Once all qualifying students are placed, non-qualifying students will receive notice informing them of their status as soon as possible after the beginning of school.
If you have any questions, call your school or Janet Hays at 731-968-3661.
https://www.tn.gov/education/early-learning/voluntary-pre-k/voluntary-pre-k-information-for-parents.html
Our Top Ten Accelerated Readers this week were: 10. Dylan Trudeau, 9. Liam Hutchison, 8. Ayden Davila, 7. Spencer Kee, 6. Tannor Little, 5. Makayla Bowman, 4. Jay Burroughs, 3. Elijah Leiting, 2. Tessa Campbell, 1. Tristian Roach.
Please order your copy of The Rebel today. You may place a deposit of $20 or pay in full at the office. You may also go online to our school website to purchase in full for $40. The last day to purchase a yearbook will be February 28th.
During this time of cold and flu season please be mindful to sanitize backpacks, lunchboxes, shoes, and jackets. A healthy child is a learning child!
Dates to Remember:
Feb. 15th: School Spelling Bee Grades 3-8
Feb 18th: No School – President’s Day
March 5th: Future Lions Gathering for Class of 2023 @ SHHS 6:00 PM
March 7th: Tiger Time @ LHS 6:30 PM
March 14th: Spring Pictures
March 25th-March 29th –Spring Break
Every child deserves someone who is crazy about them!
Parent Teachers Conferences
Thursday Feb. 7, will be our second parent teachers meeting for the year. Teachers will be here from 1:00-7:00.
Please come out to visit your child's teachers.
Bargerton Honor List
Bargerton Honor Students
Principal’s List
Kindergarten- Connar Autry,Grayson Byrd, Olivia Fullerton,Taytum Henry, Jacob Holobough, Brylee Lancaster,Payton Robinson, Zoe Sloan, Jacob Woodfin, Anabeth Woods
First Grade- Knox Blackburn, Connor Cummings, Marleigh O’Connor, Aiden Pirtle, Roy Schuerenberg
Second Grade- Cailyn Grigsby, Kinsley Lassiter
Third Grade- Cameron Durst, Lyndsi James, Elijah Leiting, Honor Yeager
Fourth Grade- John Applegate, Bailey Brewer, Natalie Clenny, Emily Pulcifer, Ryker Wallace
Fifth Grade- Elli O’Connor, Breena Parrish, Liberty Yeager
Seventh Grade- Kiera Williams
Eighth Grade- Makayla Bowman, Spencer Kee, Jo Renfro
Honor Roll
Kindergarten- Parker Crownover, Josiah Leiting, Ashtin Long, Sabrina Peterson, Andrew Ward
First Grade- Ben Battles
Second Grade- Kendall Atkins, Jay Burroughs, Ayden Davila, Allison Gray, Liam Hutchison, Austin Mahaffey, Luke Williford
Third Grade- Landon Cummins, Grace Fox, Aly Mitchell, Lauren Oldner,
Fourth Grade- Rhianna Arnold, Jayden Barnes, Lleyton Blankenship, Michael Ferrell, Leah Harris, Levi Harville, Skylar McGill, Cage Melton, Joseph Ritcher, Jayce Wadley, Ashton Webb
Fifth Grade- Caleb Berryman, Triston Brenner, Aaliyah Chandler, Abigail Cook, William Daws, Riley Hairrell, Olivia Parker, Rebecca Renfro, Audrey Renfroe, Hailey Smith, Jocelyn Tyus, Eli Watkins, Marshall Woodall
Sixth Grade- Dylan Beck, Ryder Davis, Amy Hugueley, John Jeter, Ava Wallace
Seventh Grade- Tessa Campbell, Nathan Cavness, Josh Duke, Kenzie Reeves, Tristan Thomsen, Sheldon Tubbs, Dakota Wadley
Eighth Grade- Devin Bryant, Collyn Harper, Brooklynn Hollingsworth, Maddy Hollingsworth, Landon McAlexander, Kolton Reeves, Dylan Scott, Lilli Smith, Alonzo Villialobos

My Ride TN
Volunteer Senior Transportation is available for Senior Citizens age 60+. For $20 per year you can receive rides to doctors office, grocery store, beauty shop, Walmart etc. For more information call731-668-6448.
Pre K Registration
Henderson County Voluntary PreK Registration
Thursday March 14, 2019
3:00 – 6:00 PM
Bargerton, Beaver, Pin Oak, South Haven, and South Side only.
When registering for Voluntary PreK please remember:
• The child must be 4 years old by August 15, 2019.
• The parent must complete an Income Eligibility Form
• The parent must complete an Application.
• Two (2) proofs of County Residency (E-911 Address) Ex: electric bill, water bill, etc. are required
• The parent must provide a Certified Birth Certificate (Not Mother’s Copy). *Children born in Tennessee can obtain a certified birth certificate from the Health Department.
• Social Security Card
• Proof of Physical Examination (within 1 calendar year)
• Proof of Immunizations on a Tennessee Certificate of Immunization form from the Health Department or a Physician’s office
• Proof of income (One of the following: pay check stub, W-2 form, Income tax return, or proof of food stamp eligibility – SNAP
***All requirements listed above must be completed and submitted before any child is eligible. Students will NOT be placed on any list until all paperwork has been received. In other words, students will be placed on a list according to the date paperwork and documents were completed and returned to school.
***PreK is an income-based program and first priority will go to those families that qualify.
***Completing the Henderson County PreK Application Packet does not necessarily guarantee enrollment in the PreK Program. Non-income eligible students will NOT be notified until after school has started.
***Non-income eligible students are placed on a waiting list once all paperwork is complete. Once all qualifying students are placed, non-qualifying students will receive notice informing them of their status as soon as possible after the beginning of school.
If you have any questions, call your school or Janet Hays at 731-968-3661.

https://www.tn.gov/education/early-learning/voluntary-pre-k/voluntary-pre-k-information-for-parents.html
Kindergarten Registration
Henderson County Schools Kindergarten Pre-Registration
Pre-registration for Kindergarten in the Henderson County School System will be Thursday, March 14 from 3:00-6:00 in each Henderson County Elementary School. All children who will be five years old on or before August 15 are eligible to register for kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year.
Certified Birth Certificate (not the mother’s copy). *Children born in Tennessee can obtain a certified birth certificate from the Health Department.
Social Security Card
Proof of Immunizations on a Tennessee Certificate of Immunization form from the Health Department or a Physician’s office.
Copy of Physical Examination (within 1 calendar year)
Two (2) Proofs of County Residence (E-911address) (Ex: electric bill, water bill, etc.)
All registration documents must be in order before school begins on August 1, 2019. Parents will be made aware of any deficiencies on March 14. Failure to provide the above documents by registration on August 1, 2019 may delay a student’s enrollment in school.
No Kindergarten student will be allowed to begin school until ALL documents are completed and on file.
Case Assessments
Our Case Assessment begin the week of March 4-8. Please make sure your child gets to school on time each day and has had a good nights sleep. We want each child to do their best to show what they know!!