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  • Announcements Friday, February 15, 2019

    Applications for the Nashville Sounds Foundation are due February 15. You can find these in guidance.  

    If you are attending Preds Night or HOSA state, please see Ms. Warde ASAP. 

    APUSH review begins Wednesdays and Fridays after school.

    AP Euro review will begin on Thursdays.

    Applications for next year's Criminal Justice Practicum Job Shadow Course are available in Guidance, at the bank, and in C302.  All completed applications need to be turned in to Mr. Lakeman in C302 by Monday, February 25th.

    Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior class shirts are on sale at the Blue Devil Bank. Class shirts are a great way to have a tangible memory of high school.

    Writer's Room B211 every Monday from 2:30-3:45.  Stop by and sign up for an adviser for help with writing or use space to study and do homework after school. Chromebooks are available. Students can work on homework, get help with their papers, get tutoring, etc.

    Class Registration is open for all current 9th-11th-grade students.  Most students have already received their registration information for signing up for next year's classes.  Counselors will be in the cafeteria during all four lunch shifts the next three weeks starting Monday, February 11th.  Please encourage your child to meet with his or her counselor ASAP.  Students' class registration is complete when they have added a total of 9 classes, 8 blocks and 1 skinny. They should have 5 alternate requests- 3 blocks and 2 skinnies.  Their course request status is considered incomplete until this maximum number is met.

    The Blue Devil News created a helpful tutorial on how to sign up for classes. Link to Skyward Registration Tutorial

    Select this link to see the senior calendar: Senior Spring Calendar

    ATTN: SENIORS- THE $75 SENIOR FEE is due now- The Fee covers the cap and gown, tassel, diploma, and diploma cover.

    Seniors: Make sure the Blue Devil Bank has your height and weight too-we need this so we order the correct size for your cap and gown.

    Your cap and gown will be ordered when we have your height and weight and your senior fee has been paid.

    Seniors: Scan the QR code below and fill out the form with your name, height, and weight or Click here to submit your height and weight

    senior qr code for height and weight

    Seniors: Make sure you stop by the Blue Devil Bank to sign off on the spelling of your name-this is to ensure that your diploma is correct.(your name must match your birth certificate)

    Girls Interested in playing soccer stop by room A-103, Coach McFerrin and sign up. We would love to have you! There will be an info meeting after school next week.

    Seniors interested in hosting or performing at Senior night needs to stop by A303 and sign up.

    If you missed 8th-grade orientation for the Class of 2023, below are the links with all the information:

    Registration Process

    How to Register in Skyward

    8th Grade Parent Night

    Wilson County Program of Studies

    Quarterfinal Basketball games are held at Gallatin High School- The boys will play Wilson Central today at 4 pm.

    Baseball has a scrimmage at home on Saturday, February 16th 

    It's Rugby Time. Practice for the Blue Devil Rugby Football club will begin with Coach Haverstick. Practice will be held every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 pm until dark at the field across from LHS behind the dentist office.  Park behind the bank.  Stop by and See Ms. Clemons in B308 to sign up and ask questions. 

    rugby

    Freshmen, Sophomore, and Senior class shirts are on sale at the bank. Class shirts are a great way to have a tangible memory of high school. 

    As a reminder, there are no hoods, hats, bandanas, or anything that covers your head allowed in school. There are also no blankets allowed; they will be confiscated.  

    Word Wall

    February 11

    hardship -noun-severe suffering or deprivation


    hurtle-verb-move or cause to move at a great speed, typically in an uncontrolled manner

    Helpful Info

    Driver’s Permit- Student's getting their Driver's Permit need to request a Truancy from the Attendance office in A100 24-hours in advance.  Driver's Permit Additional Information Here

    Parking on Campus: Remember that if you are parking on campus, you must have a parking pass. Passes are available at the Blue Devil Bank during your lunch for $20.  

    Exam Exemption policy- The policy remains the same as last year.  All students can be exempt from their exams if they have a 90 average or higher and have no more than 3 excused absences and no unexcused absences.

    The online Student Agenda has been updated with changes regarding principal discretion and parent notes for the 2018-19 school year the Spanish version is also available after the English version.  

    Important Info for Class of 2019

    $75 graduation fee is past due.

    Make sure you give your height and weight at the Blue Devils Bank and make sure your name is spelled correctly for your diploma.

    Class of 2019 Graduation is May 20th at 7 pm at MTSU Murphy Center 

    Select this link to see the senior calendar: Senior Spring Calendar

    Seniors: Scan the QR code below and submit your height and weight for your cap and gown. 

    qr code for height and weight

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District Headlines

  • Open Enrollment Begins February 1st

    Parents who would like to request an “out of zone” transfer for next school year will be able to submit an online application, February 1 - February 28, 2019. This includes all teachers and staff, who work for the district.

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  • School District Unveils New Mobile App

    Keeping up with what’s going on in Wilson County Schools just got a lot easier. Wilson County Schools has unveiled a new mobile app that’ll give parents, students, and staff access to more information than ever before, right on their phone.

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  • Teachers of the Year 2018-2019

    Congratulations to this amazing group of educators, who've been "Teacher of the Year" by their supervisors and peers at each of their respective schools!

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