Red Ribbon Week
The theme this year is We can be Happy, Be Brave, and Be Drug Free. We hope our students participate this year and take the pledge to be drug free. For more information, see the announcement sheet that was sent home.
Monday- If you mustache, I CAN be drug free! (wear a mustache or mustache clothing)
Tuesday- We CAN have a bright future, by being drug free! (wear neon colors)
Wednesday- Rally in red! (wear red)
Thursday- No mixed emotions! I can be drug free. (wear emojis)
Friday- Drugs can haunt you, so don't let them! (wear your Halloween costume. Students must be in dress code. Masks, face paint, and props are not allowed.)5 Space5 Space5 Space
5 SpaceAnnual CEMC Fall Food Drive
We are happy to partner with CEMC again this year for their fall food drive. All donations stay in the Portland community to help those in need. Please continue supporting this cause by sending in non perishable food with your student.
The class in each grade level that brings in the highest number of items wins a popcorn party.5 Space5 Space5 Space
5 SpaceFree Lunch and Breakfast for all students!!
The USDA has extended its Summer Food Service Program through December 31st or until the federal funding runs out. Through this program, our school cafeterias will be providing free breakfast and lunch to all SCS students, starting Thursday, September 3, 2020.
Students who are learning at home in the Sumner County Virtual Academy or students learning in the Hybrid model may also receive free breakfast and lunch for pickup through our online ordering system.
All current balances or credits to SCS meal accounts will remain active in students’ accounts and students will not be charged for meal purchases until the Summer Food Service Program Extension has ended.
Individual items, such as cookies, chips and slushies, will still be available for students to purchase.5 Space5 Space5 Space
Face Coverings will be strongly encouraged for students but not required in the school building unless legally mandated by state and/or local officials. However, face coverings are REQUIRED ON THE BUSES. Reusable face coverings provided by the State of TN will be made available to staff and students.
WHE's school day begins at 7:40 and our doors are open at 7:00.
Watt Hardison commits to support lifelong learners and leaders through collaborative, quality instruction and building relationships to empower students to become respectful, responsible, and successful citizens.
At Watt Hardison, our vision is to create a culture of shared leadership, so we can maximize the impact we have on creating life-long learners.