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Free Reading Resources for K-2 Families Featured Photo

Free Reading Resources for K-2 Families

Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation is partnering with the Tennessee Department of Education to provide at-home reading resources for free to all Tennessee families of K–2 children to help young learners become stronger readers. Based on your child’s grade level, they will receive the At-Home Decodable Book Series, a collection of seven booklets containing 20+ exciting stories full of sounds and words to practice, and age-appropriate, high-quality Scholastic books.
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Order Your 22-23 Yearbook Featured Photo

Order Your 22-23 Yearbook

EXTRA! EXTRA! Yearbooks are now on SALE!
You can order your Yearbook for $45 at https://bartlettschools.schoolcashonline.com
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Father Daughter Dance Featured Photo

Father Daughter Dance

Dads and Daughters
Please join us for light refreshments and dancing!
February 2nd ~ 6:00 - 8:00 PM ~ Oak Gym
$10 a couple/ $3 each additional student

Tickets on sale now!
Deadline to purchase tickets: Friday January 27th
Oak Reading Challenge to 1.5 million minutes Featured Photo

Oak Reading Challenge to 1.5 million minutes

Oak Reading Challenge to 1.5 million minutes
Research proves that a family that reads together helps children develop a love of reading and therefore performs better in school and after. It is recommended that students read independently, read aloud to a family member or listen while a loved one reads to them for at least 20 minutes a day. In a 30-day month that is 600 minutes. Just imagine how that helps with vocabulary building and great discussions!

Thank you for helping Oak to be even better each day by becoming a true Reading School.

Principal's Message

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Welcome to Oak Elementary, home of the mighty Rams! My name is Stephanie Beach and I am honored to be serving your family! We have a strong tradition of family and academic excellence.
There is a quote that states that little acorns grow into mighty oaks and here at Oak Elementary students are able to learn and grow into any hero they want to become. 
We accomplish this by developing well-rounded students who reach their full potential because the Oak family engages all students in meaningful, rigorous learning experiences in a safe and nurturing environment which promotes an atmosphere of respect, responsibility and being ready to learn.
I look forward to a great school year.  My door is always open as we work together to ensure your child’s success.
Stephanie Beach, Principal
[email protected]


BCS Job Fair

Time: 3 PM – 6 PM
Location: Bartlett High School (Lobby and Cafeteria) 5688 Woodlawn Street, 38134