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School Hours

Doors will open at 7:10, breakfast starts at 7:35, school day begins at 7:55.  Car line finishes at approximately 3:15 p.m. 

Transportation

If your students take the bus and you do not know what bus they ride, then please call the bus garage at 731-364-2578. If your students have a change of destination, then please send a note with your students to the front office.


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731-587-2346

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WCS Substitute Tommie Pettit
Weakley County Schools Seek and Salute Substitute Teachers
11/21/2022
With cold and flu season in full force, the Weakley County Schools district is recruiting additional substitute teachers. With November 18th marking National Substitute Teacher Appreciation Day, faculty and staff, students, and subs are highlighting the importance of the role in our schools.
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Weakley County Schools Represented at TAC Conference
11/18/2022
Sharon School Teacher Danielle Johnson represented Weakley County Schools recently at the Tennessee Teacher Advisory Council [TAC] Conference in Nashville.
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School Resource Officer and student
Writing Contest Produces Inspiring Essay From Martin Elementary School Student
11/14/2022
A writing contest at Martin Elementary School [MES] in honor of National Red Ribbon Week produced an inspiring essay about the importance of living drug-free.
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DHS Senior Rebecca Chessor and Choir Director Jacob Abbott
DHS Choir Inspires Students with Courage, Confidence, and Connection
11/10/2022
Hold me, rock me, calm and easy. Hold me, rock me, deep and wide. Hold me, rock me, in your arms. Oh, I got a home on the other side. Every year, Dresden High School [DHS] students sing these lyrics from composer Brian Tate’s choral composition ‘Hold Me, Rock Me’ as a tribute song at the end of every spring and winter concert. The lyrics serve as a special homecoming for DHS Choir students. Many choir alum make the trek back to their alma mater and join the current class on stage to sing the heartfelt tune. The song pulls together a growing reunion of voices who have been singing together under the instruction of Jacob Abbott, DHS Music Teacher and Choir Director, since 2016.
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