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  • Welcome to an exciting New Year at Whitnel



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    3rd, 4th, and 5th grade

    August 11th 4:00-5:30

    Drive through Orientation



    k, 1st and 2nd grade

    August 13th 4:00-5:30

    Drive through Orientation



    Kindergarten Orientation and Screening

    August 13 and 14 8:00-4:00 by scheduled appointment


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  • 1st day

    Rise up Whitnel Yellowjackets!!!!

    First Day of School August 17th

    We are ready to start celebrating the successful learning, students engaging, and teachers delivering outstanding content. Together, we are going to shine bright in 2020-2021!!!!





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  • School Lunch

     Please Fill out a Free or Reduced Lunch Application for the 2020-2021 school year. 

    Lunch K-5 $2.35

    Breakfast Prices:  K-8 $1.00

    Reduced Lunch:  K-12 FREE

    Reduced Breakfast:  K-12 FREE

    Attached is the link for the free and reduced lunch application for the 2020-2021 school lunch application. Please complete the application as soon as possible because they can be processed now. Thanks!

    It's easy to start...just click on the red link below

    20-21 Free/Reduced School Lunch


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  • Kinder

    Kindergarten Registration Open

    Caldwell County Schools is now registering kindergartens for the 2020-21 school year.  All forms are available and should be completed for enrollment prior to the beginning of school.  

    To register click:  Registration is online now. 

    More information click: Preschool Website.



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  • 2020-2021 Battle of the Books Team Reading Starts now with Summer Reading...

    Get a head start on reading this summer by reading these excellent choices from the Battle of the Books Reading list!

    EBOB Reading List



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  • Reopening Schools with New Resources

    Nearly 700 teachers returned to school this week and participated in training sessions not only for effective classroom instruction but also for providing a safe and healthy learning environment. Safety equipment and resources are available to school personnel to prevent, protect and mitigate health risks.

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  • JumpStart: Elementary Students Jump Back into School

    As families are selecting options on how to start the school year, more than 200 elementary students are finishing up with JumpStart, a summer program that blends in-person and remote learning designed for students in grades K-4 to help them get ready for the upcoming school year after the disruptions caused by last semester’s COVID-19 closure.

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  • WrapAround Registration

    WrapAround, school-aged child care program, registration begins this week for new students: Aug. 4-6. WrapAround will provide after school care at 13 sites and care for full days at seven locations.

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  • REOPENING SCHOOLS: Blended Instruction, Safety Protocols, and Full Remote Option

    After much discussion that involved considerable input from focus groups and parent, teacher, and community surveys, the Board of Education approved a blended education model consisting of in-person instruction combined with remote learning and parents may opt for full remote learning in grades K-12 to begin the 2020-2021 school year.

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