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Bargerton School News
Bargerton School News
We hope you enjoyed your unexpected snow break and have returned ready to learn! Please keep in mind Nurse Misty’s rules for sickness in order to keep us all healthy and able to learn.
Our Lady Rebel Volleyball players are selling Butter Braids. If you would like to have some of this delicious bread and support our volleyball team please at teammate or email Coach Jessica at phillips.jessica They will kick off their season against Westover on Feb. 1st.
Yearbooks are now on sale. You may purchase your yearbook online at our website Follow the link to purchase. You must pay in full $40.00 if purchased online. You may also make a $20.00 deposit if purchased through the office. Checks must be made payable to Bargerton Elementary School. Yearbooks will be delivered in May.
Our Student of the Month Ice Cream Social will be held this Friday, Jan. 26th at 2:00 PM.
We will be hosting our school wide Spelling Bee for grades 3-8 on Feb. 16th. The top three winners will go on to compete in Henderson County Bee in March.
Dates to Remember:
Jan. 26th: Student of the Month Ice Cream Social @ 2:00 PM
Feb 1st: Westover @ BGS Volleyball JV @ 5:30 PM
Feb 5th: South Haven @ BGS Volleyball JV @ 5:30 PM
Every child deserves someone who is crazy about them!

Honor Roll / Principal's List
Bargerton Elementary School Honor Students
Principal List
Kindergarten- Benjamin Battles, Jackson Beatty, Knox Blackburn, Jessa Brown, Connor Cummins, Bryleigh Fullerton, Hunter Kovar, Trinity Miller, Aden Mitchell, Marleigh O’Connor, Aiden Pirtle, Aubrey Smith, Roy Schuerenburg,Winter Thatcher
First Grade- Kendall Akins, Cailyn Grisby, Kinsley Lassiter, Lora Muston, Luke Williford
Second Grade- Cameron Durst, Kyndall Felton, Lyndsi James, Elijah Leiting, Aly Mitchell
Third Grade- John Applegate, Bailey Brewer, Natalie Clenny, Leah Harris, Jayce Wadley, Ryker Wallace
Fourth Grade- Triston Brenner, Will Daws, Elli O’Connor, Olivia Parker, Brenna Parrish, Liberty Yeager
Fifth Grade- Ryder Davis, Ryleigh Hardin, Amy Hugueley, John Jeter, Cory Kelley, Leslie Knox, Ava Wallace
Sixth Grade- Tessa Campbell, Nathan Cavness, Kenzie Reeves, Tristan Thomsen, Kiera Williams, Dakota Wadley
Seventh Grade- Spencer Kee
Eighth Grade- Mason Coleman, Jasmine Finch, Sam Holmes, Cadey Lynn McDaniel
Honor Roll
Kindergarten- Caleb Burcham, Cooper Brockett, Garrett Brown, Camden Burton, Mason Wood, Jaxon Wood
First Grade- Jordan Cannon, Allison Gray, Liam Hutchison, Austin Mahaffey, Emma Perkins, Sara Robertson, Wesley Smith, Ansley White
Second Grade- Landon Cummings, Cayden Cox, Mickayla Davis, Lauren Oldner, Honor Yeager
Third Grade- Rhianna Arnold, Jayden Blakenship, James Cannon, Michael Ferrell, Sunni Izor, Cage Melton, Tyler Worrell
Fourth Grade- Caleb Berryman, Ryleigh Broadstreet, Abigail Cook, Sarah Davis, Kaydence Gibson, Riley Hairrell, Joshua Marchbanks, Rebecca Renfro, Hailey Smith, Stephen Stone, Jocelyn Tyus, Eli Watkins, Marshall Woodall, Kory Worrell
Fifth Grade- Jeremy Brown, Emmalee Buck, Aiden Little, Aiden Tubbs, Jackob Davis, Dani Murchison, Chole Robbins, Rylee Wadley
Sixth Grade- Rilee Gilenwater, Anna Bowman, Gracie Bromley, Slater Coffman, Josh Duke, Sawyer Page, Heather Renfro, Clayton Thorton, Paige Kirkland, Ian McAlexander, Autumn Tomlin, Sheldon Tubbs, Gabby Anderson
Seventh Grade- Makayla Bowman, Joseph Holmes, Brianna Marchbanks, Zachary Mohr, Lillan Smith

Eighth Grade- Seth Blair, Dylan Douglas, John James, Jesse Jeter, Mason Melton, Kinzee Myracle, Sydney Page, Kaleb Todd
Viewing the Eclipse August 21

August 3, 2017
TO: The parents of children registered at Bargerton School in Henderson County School District

On August 21, 2017 the moon will pass between the earth and the sun for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse since 1918. Millions of Americans in 12 states will be able to watch this solar spectacle that will turn day into night for a couple of minutes. Tennessee is among the 12 states that have been declared to be a best place to experience this rare phenomenon.

The Henderson County School System is planning now for its students to participate in the event. Curriculum and lectures concerning the scientific relevance of the occurrence have been prepared and the students will be asked to participate in a safe viewing experience of the event. The school system will supply appropriate glasses to allow the students to participate safely. Additionally, the curriculum has been designed to include instructions on methods of safe viewing of an eclipse complete with warnings regarding attempts to watch this event without protecting one’s eyes.

The (school/system) will exercise care and careful supervision for all students who participate in this event. However, to be sure that parents are well-informed regarding the activities, we ask that you sign the attached release. The release contains two provisions: (1) a general release for student participation; and (2) a release of liability covering the school system.

If you have questions concerning this correspondence, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Danny Leasure at 968-7484.

Very truly yours,

Danny Leasure

Benchmark 3 March 12-16
The next benchmark test will be the week of March 12-16. Please make sure your child is at school on time and well rested.
Aimsweb Testing Spring Benchmark 2018
Kindergarten-2nd Grade will be taking last Aimsweb Benchmark Screening the weeks of April 2-13.
Beta Club

Bargerton Beta Induction will be Friday, May 11th @ 8AM in gymnasium.