Welcome to Broadview School

Our mission is to ensure that our students realize their full potential as responsible, productive citizens,

proficient communicators, and creative problem solvers in a caring, secure, and positive environment.

Read Across America Week

Read Across America Week. Dr. Seuss would be 120 years old this year. We are celebrating with special dress up days: Monday, March 4th - Mixed up Monday wear wacky mixed up clothes. Tuesday, March 5th - No School, Wednesday, March 6th Fox in Sox Day Wear crazy socks. Thursday, March 7th Cat in the Hat Day wear crazy hair or a hat. Friday, March 8th, The Sleep Book wear pajamas.

Summer Camp Information

Summer Camp Informational Graphic. June 3-28th (M-TH) 8am-3 pm. for Prek-5th Grade with 3rd graders receiving priority. Activities include reading/math lessons, 1 HR PE, lunch and snack provided, and STEM activities. *Note Week of June 17th - Closed on 6/19 for Juneteenth. Open on Friday, June 21st instead. click here for the registration link.
This graphic describes Tennessee's Pathway to Promotion for 3rd and 4th Graders. Please click on the picture to access more information from the Tennessee Department of Education.
Use this QR Code or click here to register your student for 2024 summer camp. Information and guidelines are provided on the form.

Teacher of the Year 23-24

Ms. Boswell, First Grade Teacher

Thank you for all you do for Broadview!

Ms. Boswell, teacher of the year, and Broadview Principal, Ms. Stevens.

Broadview Pledge:

I promise to do my best today.

Good character helps to show the way.

Respectful, responsible, reliable, too.

I'll be a good citizen of Broadview School.

 

PreK Eagle of the Month
Kindergarten Eagle of the Month
First Grade Eagle of the Month
Second Grade Eagle of the Month
Third Grade Eagle of the Month
Fourth Grade Eagle of the Month
Fifth Grade Eagle of the Month

Eagles of the Month

Broadview Student of the Month

Broadview Student of the Month

Second Grader, Charlotte Dwyer

Announcements

Let's talk parent awareness night. Presented by Franklin County Prevention Coalition, with special guest speaker Sam Davidson from the Franklin County Sherriff's office. Topics include: current drug trends, social media, gas station drugs. March 12th 6-8 pm at Franklin County High School. This event is open to all parents of Franklin County Students.
America's Flag football sign ups link
Franklin County School's Coordinated Health Family Fun Night. Thursday, May 2nd. More information to come soon!
Kindergarten Registration must be completed at your zoned elementary school. Registration is open April 11 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. A child must be 5 years old by August 15, 2024 to register for Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year. Bring their birth certificate, immunization and current physical form on Tennessee Department of Health Form and proof of residence. Have questions? Contact Patti Limbaugh at 931-967-0626 or click here for more information.
Franklin County Preschool Application Process. IF ACCEPTED, include the school you wish your child to attend. April 4th 1-5 pm. The child must be 4 years old by August 15, 2024 to apply for the preschool program. Required documents include birth certificate, immunization records and physical information on Tennessee Department of Health Form, Proof of residence, and proof of income. Click here to link to the district preschool website. For more information contact Patti Limbaugh 931-967-0626.

Eagle Quick Links

ESSER 3.0 Information click here to learn how schools are returning safely.
Click here to be redirected to the Franklin County Public Library,
Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides internet connections for families on a needs basis. Click here to see if you have a need and to check if you qualify.
Click her to link to the Dolly Imagination Library Sign Up. Children receive books from birth to age 5 from the local library funded through Dolly Imagination Library.
Watch the Christmas Production recorded performance by clicking here.
Food City School Bucks Click here to learn how to link your food city card to Broadview and earn us money to spend on school supplies while you shop. You must renew your link to Broadview every year. Thank you for your support.
Food boxes are available for pickup via CAMPORA Family resource center  For Broadview student‘s families at Broadview School Contact Mrs. McInturff for more information ashley.mcinturff@fcstn.net
Free At-Home Reading Resources for K-2 TN 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. Click Here to go to the website and order free resources.
Attendance Matters. This graphic explains just how much is missed when you miss 2 days or 4 days of school a month. Click here to view the Franklin County Board of Education Attendance Policy.

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