For the upcoming 2022-2023 school year, the only students that will receive free or reduced price meals are those meeting the eligibility requirements of the USDA Free and Reduced Price Meal Program. Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications will be available at all school sites during the summer and at the beginning of the new school year.
The Tennessee Department of Education, in collaboration with Tennessee PBS, has launched Starting with Sounds, a Reading 360 statewide awareness campaign to help Tennessee parents and students understand the importance of reading in an engaging and fun way.
Designated “Best for All” School System by Tennessee Department of Education
The Sevier County School System is pleased to announce that the Tennessee Department of Education has designated our district a “Best for All” school system this year. This distinction, a recognition of our efforts as teachers, parents, and students, is a testament to the hard work and perseverance that all of our stakeholders have shown during the last year. Despite recent challenges, our staff members, our students, and the people of our communities have worked together as one to ensure the progress of our young ones. We are proud to receive this designation, and we invite you to join us in celebrating this achievement.
Elementary and Secondary School Relief Fund (ESSER) Survey
The Sevier County School System is interested in your thoughts and insights into how our schools may best continue to provide support for student success following the impact of the pandemic. We appreciate and value your feedback.
Your response to this survey will be used to continue our plan and implementation of the spending of the ESSER federal stimulus grant. Please respond by August 12, 2022.
Be KIND to your MIND
Sevierville Intermediate School - Virtual Family Engagement Event
DATE: March 21st TIME: 4:30-5:30 P.M.
Join us for our virtual family engagement event to hear Ms. Cara Parker, a social worker from the McNabb Center, discuss the importance of practicing self-care and learn healthy coping skills. Ms. Parker will provide tips on how we can support our students' emotional learning at home in order to cope with stressful situations and deal with our emotions in a healthy manner.
Join with Google Meet:
Join by Phone:
(US) +1 484-416-1916 PIN: 288 985 106#
The first 360 students that join the event will receive a free self-care kit!
Keep Calm & Practice Self-Care
USDA Extends Free Meals Program
Great news for all Tennessee students including any child enrolled in a Sevier County school: The USDA has extended the free meals program through the end of the 2020-2021 school year. Every student in our school will now receive free breakfast and lunch until June 1st, 2021. For more information, please click here.
How to Receive Website Notifications
If you would like to stay up-to-date on important district and school-specific news and updates, be sure to download the SCSS app (free application available on both Apple and Android devices). Once you have downloaded the app, click on the green Notifications button, click the Settings gear in the upper right hand corner of the screen, and select Pigeon Forge Intermediate. This will allow you to receive push notifications when announcements are posted on our school website.
Other communication methods include Twitter, Remind, Class Dojo, Class Tag and Gradebook Wizard.