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CHS Remote Learning

Gov. Bill Lee has announced that public schools are closed until Friday, April 24th. For Cookeville High School this means that we will begin Remote Learning on Wednesday, April 1st. Prior to Wednesday, April 1st teachers will be making contact with students and/or parents to make preparation for students to have online learning opportunities during this closure. Our main goal during this closure is to support our students and their family’s needs. We will be providing resources for your high school students and be available for any questions they may have. If you or your student has not been contacted by a teacher before Monday, March 30th please contact the main office at 520-2287 between the hours of 9:00 am and 12:00 pm. Breakfast and Lunch Resource: School Nutrition Services Expectation: Access your school email and check it regularly for information and updates. CHS teachers will be reaching out and communicating with you they will also be posting learning opportunities through Google Classroom or other virtual platforms. If you do not have access to the internet or a device please contact the CHS main office from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.   Department Office Hours: Math – 10:00 am – 11:00 am ELA/Foreign Languages – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Social Studies – 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Other Subjects – 2:00 pm – 3:00...

Class of 2020 TN Promise

Students: PLEASE READ: IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM TN PROMISE. To remain TN Promise eligible, students ( not parents/guardians) will be responsible for watching a team meeting webinar prior to April 3, 2020 at 11:59 central time. See attached information....

Counseling

Dear Cavalier Families, Cookeville High School Counselors will be connecting with students via their email accounts over the next several weeks. To start, counselors will be registering students who have not chosen classes for next year. Also, students need to check emails for information as it comes available. Students are welcome to email their grade level counselor with...

School Activities and Athetics Suspended

On Monday, March 24, Governor Lee extended the statewide school closure to April 24, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Consistent with the Governor’s statement, and in the interest of the health and safety of competitors, coaches, officials, and spectators, we urge every member school – both public and independent – to continue to follow the Governor’s recommendation and suspend interscholastic athletics through April 24, 2020. This suspension should include games, scrimmages, practices, and organized workouts or conditioning. We are continually monitoring developments related to this public health concern. It is still the hope and goal that we will be able to resume the girls’ state basketball tournament and hold the boys’ state basketball tournament. It is also the goal that our member schools will be able to resume their spring sports seasons, although it will be with a limited time-frame and schedule, culminating with the post-season, and ultimately Spring Fling. The resumption of the state basketball tournaments and conducting the post-season for spring sports are dependent on numerous factors including time and facilities. We will continue to explore options that will allow both to occur and will provide updates to member schools as the situation develops. Please feel free to share this message. Find the link to the story on our website here: https://tssaa.org/article/governor-urges-schools-to-curtail-activities-including-athletics Phone: 615-889-6740 TSSAA.org · TSSAAsports.com · TSSAA...