to ensure you are on time for school, please be here by 7am
Lunch Charges will not be allowed as of May 11th
Walk-a-thon Friday, May 6th
Pledge Sheets due Monday, May 2nd
Money Due Tueday, May 10th
Thank you for helping support H B Williams with new technology and instructional supplies
Year Books on Sale
$25 now through the 29th of April
$28 starting April 30th
WOW! We would like to send out a HUGE thank you to all of the HB families and friends who came out to support our school Saturday, March 12th! Your response to our first pancake breakfast was overwhelming! None of this would have been possible without the generosity & help of the fabulous folks from Colorado Grill, who donated not only their restaurant space but all of the delicious food. And we can't say enough about the volunteer helpers (teachers, staff, parents, & kids) who donated their time on a Saturday morning to help us out. We love our HB community!
CLINIC and END OF THE YEAR INFORMATION
Dear Parent/Guardian, Although it seems early to be discussing this, school policy changed in January and medications left in clinic after spring terms. I wanted you to hear it from me first, and I'm sure it will be repeated the next few months more than you care to hear. I ask you keep it in mind and share this information with other parents in the spirit of looking ahead.
If your student receives medication during the school day, please note that ALL medications (prescription and non prescription) MUST be picked up by a parent, guardian or parent designated adult by the last day of school instruction and/or if the child transfers to another school. We are unable to send medications home with your children. The school is unable to properly store medications over the summer. Medications (regardless of cost) that remain in the clinic will be disposed of on the last day of school instruction, after dismissal.
This apparently has been a very big issue in the past. Please arrange your schedule and look ahead to the last week of school to come in and see me.
Thank you so much! Nurse Ruth
Thank you for supporting our Cookie Dough Fundraiser this year.
The profit from our sales was $14,527.84
The money was spent as follows:
|| - Educational software access for Discovery Education & Brain Pop
|| - Projectors with mounts & lamps
|| - Document Cameras for classrooms
|| - I-pads for classrooms
| $ 921
|| - Black ink for classroom printers
|| - Laptops for classrooms
Congrats to our Cross Country Team "White House Blaze"
Boys placed 17th & Girls placed 11th overall at the State Championships
held at Victor Ashe Park in Knoxville on Saturday Oct. 24th.
We are so Proud of what they have accomplished this year!
Dollar General gifts $50K to H.B. Williams for literacy
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H.B Williams says.... THANK YOU! to Dollar General (Video)
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Lauren Alaina Surprises students with mini concert
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2015-16 Sumner County School Calendar
Parent Survey Results
At H. B. Williams Elementary our goal and commitment is to provide our children a safe and caring environment. We strive to challenge our students to learn and develop at the very highest level.
My school promises to lead me in learning by joining together teachers, staff and community as we combine our resources responsibly preparing me for my future.
In the event school is cancelled for inclement weather, all after school activities will also be cancelled
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Sumner County Schools’ Mission
Sumner County School commits to growing learners who are college and career ready through quality instruction, effective use of resources, building a collaborative culture, and strong leadership.