Kevin Hill
Dyer County School System First Week Schedule August 3rd – 7th, 2020 Elementary School August 3rd Students will be given an opportunity to meet their classroom teacher and pick up information during the hours of 8:00am -11:00am. Due to COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of all, please adhere to the following procedures for this first day of school: • If you are able to transport your child to and from school, we strongly encourage you to do so. This will help limit exposure for your child while also helping reserve bus space for those who have no other means of transportation. o Students will be allowed 1 parent/adult when entering the building to meet with classroom teacher. o 8:00am-9:00am students with the last name beginning with A through H o 9:00am -10:00am students with the last name beginning with I through P o 10:00am-11:00am students with the last name beginning with Q through Z • Kindergarten registration is limited to 1 parent/adult when meeting with the classroom teacher to sign up for testing, and we are requesting students do not attend. Please check location of registration, as it varies in each elementary building. • Pre-K parent orientation will be scheduled by teachers. Parent/guardians will be limited to 1 adult per student, and we are requesting students do not attend. • Buses will run for the morning session. No breakfast or lunch will be served. August 4th – 7th Students in 1st through 5th grades will attend using a staggered schedule. The purpose of the staggered schedule is to acclimate students to new school and safety procedures. Your child’s classroom teacher will notify you concerning which days your child will attend school during the week of August 4th - 7th. Parents are highly encouraged to transport their child. Buses will run. Breakfast and lunch will be served. All students will report to school daily starting August 10th unless there is a change in Phases. Middle School August 3rd Students in grade 6 will attend from 8:00am-11:00am. Students will have the opportunity to pick up their schedules, meet the classroom teachers and tour the building. Students in 7th and 8th grades will come between 12:00pm and 3:00pm to pick up schedules. Schedules for 7th and 8th grade students will be distributed under the student drop-off awning. Please drive through and remain in your vehicle. A teacher will bring the schedule to your vehicle. Due to COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of all, please adhere to the following procedures for this first day of school: • If you are able to transport your child to and from school, we strongly encourage you to do so. This will help limit exposure for your child while also helping reserve bus space for those who have no other means of transportation. • Please drive through the designated area and remain in your vehicle when picking up schedules for students in 7th and 8th grades. • Buses will run for the morning session. No breakfast or lunch will be served. August 4th – 7th Students in 6th through 8th grades will attend using a staggered schedule. The purpose of the staggered schedule is to acclimate students to new school and safety procedures. Your child’s classroom teacher will be notifying you to let you know which days your child will attend school during the week of August 4th - 7th. This information will also be noted on your child’s schedule. Parents are highly encouraged to transport their child. Buses will run. Breakfast and lunch will be served. All students will report to school daily starting August 10th unless there is a change in Phases. High School August 3rd Students in 9th grade will attend from 8:00am - 11:00am. During this time they will receive their schedule, run through their classes, meet their classroom teachers and tour the building. Upperclassmen will have the opportunity to pick up their schedules at the following times: • 12th grade students: 12:00pm - 1:00pm • 11th grade students: 1:00pm - 2:00pm • 10th grade students: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Due to COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of all, please adhere to the following procedures for this first day of school: • If you are able to transport your child to and from school, we strongly encourage you to do so. This will help limit exposure for your child while also helping reserve bus space for those who have no other means of transportation. • Buses will run for the morning session. No breakfast or lunch will be served. August 4th – 7th Students in 9th - 12th grades will attend school on a staggered schedule during the week of August 4th - August 7th . On their assigned days, students will attend school from 8:00am - 3:00pm. The purpose of the staggered schedule is to acclimate students to new school and safety procedures. Parents are highly encouraged to transport their child. Buses will run. Breakfast and lunch will be served. The staggered schedule will be as follows: • Last names A-L: Tuesday, August 4th & Thursday, August 6th • Last names M-Z: Wednesday, August 5th & Friday, August 7th All students will report to school daily starting August 10th unless there is a change in Phases.
3 days ago, Kevin Hill
Kevin Hill
Dyer County Schools will be registering children for their Pre-K programs on Tuesday, June 16th from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m., and Wednesday, June 17th from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Milton Magee Auditorium, 159 Everett Avenue, Dyersburg. Applications will be available the day of registration, or you may print a copy from the Dyer County Schools website. Your child must be four years old by August 15, 2020, to be eligible for the program. If you are interested, please bring the following information with you the day of registration: • Proof of income • Proof of residency • Child’s Certified Birth Certificate
29 days ago, Kevin Hill
Betty Jackson
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION Dyer County Schools will hold Kindergarten registration on June 17th 9am-1pm at all Dyer County Elementary Schools. If you have pre-registered for Kindergarten, but have not turned in the following documents, they can be turned in on this day at the school you registered. The following documents are needed to complete your registration: 1) Your child’s birth certificate (must be 5 years old on or before August 15th, 2020) 2) Your child’s social security card 3) The Certificate of Immunization form (if you have it completed) which is the child’s immunization record and physical examination record as well as a religious exemption portion, if needed. 4) Proof of residence If you have any questions, please contact the school your child will be attending.
about 1 month ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Attention Parents!! LAST CHANCE PICK-UP! Our yearbooks are in. We will have a pick-up day Tuesday, June 2 from 12:00 to 6:00. Drive through the bus lane (by the cafeteria patio) and we will deliver the yearbook to you. If you owe on the yearbook we will take the remainder of the amount. If you are not able to pick up the yearbook on this day we will keep them for you until school starts. If you did not get a chance to pick up your student's belongings and report cards this will be the last chance to do so. If the items are not picked up on Tuesday they will be destroyed.
about 1 month ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Attention Parents! PK-2 Parents-Monday, May 18th between 10:30 and 12:30 will be drive through pick up for your student's personal things left in the classroom and their report card. 3-5 Parents-Thursday, May 21st between 10:30 and 12:30 will be drive through pick up for your student's personal things left in the classroom and their report card. If you have children in both grade levels you may choose which day you pick up. It is not necessary to come both days. Yearbooks have not arrived so we will have a later pick up day for them. Please drive through the bus lane next to the cafeteria and remain in your vehicle. A staff member will ask for your child's name and grade level. Your child's bag will be retrieved from the cafeteria and delivered to your vehicle. Library, classroom books, playbooks from 5th graders, yearbook money and lunch money can still be dropped off in this same location. This week will be the last week for lunch and academic packet pick up.
about 1 month ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Starting this week the lunch/packet pick-up line (Monday and Thursday, 10:30-12:30) will also be a drop off for library books, text or classroom books, owed lunch money and yearbook money. Please remain in your vehicle. Teachers will have a container to collect any of these items. Money should be in an envelope with the child's name, grade, teacher's name on the outside. Please indicate if the money is for yearbook or lunch money. Yearbooks are not in yet. At a later date we will have a pick up day for yearbooks and other items your student may have left in their classroom. Remember if you have a child turning 5 before August 15, 2020 we would like to register them for Kindergarten. You can do this online at the dyercs.net site. Thank you for your patience during these unusual times. Continue checking our website and Facebook page for more things to come. Be safe!
2 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Due to concerns around COVID-19 and upon Governor Bill Lee’s recommendation, Dyersburg City Schools and Dyer County Schools will remain closed through Tuesday, March 31. All extracurricular activities have been suspended until further notice. More information will be released pertaining to school meals, educational planning, and extracurricular activities as soon as possible.
4 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Next Week (March 2-5) is Dr. Seuss Week
5 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Picture Day tomorrow, Feb. 19th
5 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
NES Book Fair Feb. 3 - 7. Come visit at Parent-Teacher Conference on Tuesday from 3:30 - 6:30.
5 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Tyson Halliburton, Konnor Launer, Zachary Junior, Jayla Kimble, and Lexie Simpson we're caught being KIND! #NES #BeKind
8 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Congratulations to Weston Davis and Whitlee Ramey in Mrs. Kristin Hales class. They've mastered OVER 100 Accelerated Math Objectives!
8 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Look out, someone was caught being KIND!! Congratulations to these kiddos! They are the first students to receive the KIND AWARD. #NES #BeKind
8 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
A big Thank You to all of our sponsors.
8 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
This is what's for lunch in November!
8 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
All veterans please join our school on Friday, November 8th in the gym at 9:30 when our 3-4-5 graders will present a program of patriotic music in your honor. We ask that veterans sign in and sit in the front seats.
8 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Miss Emily's class enjoyed experimenting with different types of forces today.
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Dress up days for next week: October 25 – Merica’ Monday October 26 – Tie-Dye Tuesday October 27 – Western Wednesday October 28 – Tacky Thursday October 29 – Choctaw PRIDE!
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
First grade learning from the Tennessee Traveling Trunk from the Tennessee Museum.
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Newbern Elementary School Fall Festival Tuesday, October 29, 2019 5:00pm – 7:00pm Admission - $1.00 per person (school age and up) Ticket Price – 0.50 cents per ticket Admission and Tickets will be available at: Front Lawn, Cafeteria, Gym *All Carnival Games will be on the Front Lawn* Hotdog Supper - $5.00 per adult, $3.00 per school age student
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
I want to enter the costume contest and here is my $1.00 Name: _____________________________________ Grade: _________ Teacher: _______________ Please return this form and $1.00 to school by Monday, October 28th ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I want to enter the pumpkin decorating contest and here is m$1.00 Name: _____________________________________ Grade: _________ Teacher: ________________ Please return this form, $1.00, and your decorated pumpkin to school by Monday, October 28th
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Costume Contest - 5:00 pm in the gym (prepaid contestants only - $1.00 per student) *All age groups will be judged at the same time (5:00pm) - please be present in the gym by 4:50pm* Costume Contest Age Groups: PreK–1st, 2nd - 3rd and 4th - 5th (20 winners per age group) Costume Categories: Scariest, Cutest, Most Original, Prettiest, Funniest, Best Handmade, Best Monster/Villain, Most Creative, Best Superhero, Best Princess, Spookiest, Best Witch, Most Unique, Best Animal, Best Sports, Goriest, Most Traditional, Most Colorful, Best “Character” and Best Overall
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Newbern Elementary School Fall Festival Tuesday, October 29, 2019 5:00pm – 7:00pm Parents please send these items on or before Monday, October 28th Individually wrapped candy – No peanuts please Individual Bags of Chips Family Pack Cookies – no peanuts please Gently used toys Wrapped/packaged cakes, cupcakes, and cookies
9 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
In Ms. Ashley's science class, students created their own rollercoasters today. They used marbles as the "cars". They had to identify where the kinetic and potential energy was as the marbles traveled down the track. They were challenged to add multiple hills and loops and how changing the height and size of the marble affected the ride down.
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
4th grade Throwback Thursday where students and teachers dressed in their favorite decade.
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
3-5 VIP Students
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
3-5 VIP Students
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
3-5 VIP Students
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
3-5 VIP Students
9 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
October Menu
10 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
5th graders at NES are learning about significant entrepreneurs on American society and the importance of an assembly line. Groups worked together to create a wrapped candy treat. Everyone enjoyed a Hershey Kiss for their hard work and effort!!
10 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Wednesday, September 18th is Fall Picture Day.....Wear your smile!
10 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Ms. Ashley's class has been exploring food chains. Today they were able to create a food chain using pudding as the environment, green sprinkles as the producers, animal crackers, gummy bears and gummy worms for the carnivores and herbivores.
10 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Our afternoon KEYS program is loving KEYS.
10 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Parent Teacher Conference, Tuesday, September 10 from 3:30 to 6:30. Hope to see you!!!
10 months ago, Betty Jackson
Rachel Dudley
2nd grade is having a great time on the STEAM bus this week! They are investigating how sound waves and vibrations travels through different objects.
11 months ago, Rachel Dudley
Tammy Reed
5th grade students designed, constructed, and tested a trampoline using five materials on the STEAM bus this week.
11 months ago, Tammy Reed
Rachel Dudley
We had a great morning learning about bus safety from Buster the Bus!
11 months ago, Rachel Dudley
Tammy Reed
In 4th grade science, everyone is learning how important bees and pollination is to people, plants, and animals. One of Ms. Ashley's 4th grade science classes went to the Steam bus today to test out what supplies would be best to build a tool to help increase pollination in areas where bee populations are decreasing.
11 months ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Newbern Elementary Open House and PTO Meeting Tuesday, August 13th 6:00pm-7:00pm NES Cafeteria Please enter through the cafeteria (other doors may be locked) Short PTO meeting, Meet-n-Greet your teacher Staff will be in the library for Title information
11 months ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Miss Emily's classes enjoyed a series of STEM challenges to kick of the new school year.
11 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Mrs. Renae Pickard's 3rd grade class enjoyed the challenging task of stacking red solo cups without using their hands. They developed team work skills and bonded with their new friends on the first day of class.
11 months ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Mrs. Tammy's class celebrates winning the NES Field Day Championship.
about 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Field Day T-shirts are on sale for $7 for all students. Field Day is Friday, May 17th----Parents don't forget to let your teacher know if you will be able to volunteer. We need your help to make this a fun day for our kids.
about 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Our 3-5 Honors Program will be held in the gym at 8:30, Thursday, Mat 16th. Invitations were sent out this past week.
about 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
4th grade teachers at NES are enjoying the "Tiki Lounge" for Teacher Appreciation week... and ALOHA to testing!!
about 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Yearbooks are in. If you paid a deposit please send in the remaining amount so your child can pick up his/her yearbook. We have a few left if did not reserve one - call the office for details.
about 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Parents, Please complete the Title 1 Needs Assessment Survey. You can access it on the Dyer County Web Page, on the left of the picture, under the word Teamreach. Thank you for your cooperation.
about 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
4th grade NES students had a great time on their field trip to Discovery Park.
about 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Parents: Tomorrow begins our state testing weeks (Grades 3-5 April 15-April 25 & Grade 2 April 24-May1) Please encourage your child to do his/her best. It is important to be at school and on time each day--before 8:00. Testing will begin each morning as soon as attendance is taken. ELA this week - Math and Science next week. Thank you for your support for NES.
about 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
NES students had so much fun at the Bunk'd Pep Rally. We are ready for TNREADY!!
about 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
5th grade students at NES enjoyed being outside while reviewing for TNREADY.
about 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Rachel Dudley
On Wednesday, April 3rd, first grade students had the opportunity to visit Sorghum Valley. First grade’s reading unit has been about how Tennessee has changed over time. While at Sorghum Valley they had 16 guest speakers that spoke about and dressed up like times in the past. This was a great day for students to experience what they had learned in the classroom. Thank you to all of the volunteers who made this day possible!
over 1 year ago, Rachel Dudley
Tammy Reed
Mrs. Tammy's 4th grade class enjoyed the Traveling Trunk about the Civil War.
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
3rd - 5th grade VIP awards. We are very proud of these students.
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
4th grade students at NES enjoyed their PBIS rewards party.
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Rachel Dudley
2nd grade had a great time on the STEAM Roller learning about force and motion!
over 1 year ago, Rachel Dudley
Betty Jackson
March Menu
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Read Across America Week
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Mrs. Tammy's class having fun with their challenge on the STEAM bus.
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Mrs. Teresa's class had fun creating circuits on the STEAM Bus.
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
PTO meeting on Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:00
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Miss Tennessee visited Newbern Elementary
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Wear your best smile. Picture day is Friday, February 22.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Tammy Reed
Kissing the Pig at NES
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Teachers crowned to Kiss the Pig at NES
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Kiss the Pig Day at Newbern Elementary - Kings and Queens
over 1 year ago, Tammy Reed
Betty Jackson
Let's send a Valentine message that we love Box Tops! Fill those hearts with Box Tops and earn money for our school.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
February Menu
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Get ready for the STEAM Bus to roll into Newbern Elementary this week. It will be parked in the front drive but morning drop off will continue with one lane. Don't forget students can also be dropped off at the blue hall by the gym parking lot. We are so excited to be able to experience the activities the STEAM Roller will be bringing to us this week.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
On Tuesday, December 18th our students will be presenting our "Holiday Music Program". Our PK-2 program will begin at 8:30 am and our 3-5 program will begin at 1:00 pm. We invite you to come to the gym and enjoy our students singing. Each program will only last approximately 30 minutes, so please plan to stay for the entire program.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Our Third Grade at "The Nutcracker Ballet".
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Students adding can foods to our "Reason For The Season" food drive.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Betty Jackson
Don't forget our "Reason for the Season" food drive going on right now until Dec. 12. NES donations will be sent to the "George Butler Food Pantry" in Newbern.
over 1 year ago, Betty Jackson
Rachel Dudley
Grade level supply lists are listed under documents! Can’t wait for a great school year!
almost 2 years ago, Rachel Dudley
Rachel Dudley
Please join us for a Back to School Bash at Dyer County High School, July 26th at 6:00, to kick off a great school year!
almost 2 years ago, Rachel Dudley
Tammy Reed
A few students from Trimble and Newbern Elementary schools are getting to enjoy reading through the summer literacy program. Some of the activities include: reading books, field trips and guests speakers.
about 2 years ago, Tammy Reed
Tammy Reed
Best of luck to NES Academic Bowl Team! They will be going to National Competition in Chicago on June 8th.
about 2 years ago, Tammy Reed