Nashville Primary School 

Nashville Primary Parents,

As you know, Governor Asa Hutchinson has suspended on-site instruction for all Arkansas schools until Monday, April 20th. Until that time, the following is how Nashville Primary will proceed regarding AMI Packets:
Packets will be handed out every Tuesday, beginning March 31st, from 8am – 12 noon. Nashville Primary Staff will be stationed at the designated spots shown on the image provided. Please pull up and remain in your vehicle. We will ask your child’s name and teacher, then bring the new packet while picking up the previous week’s work. Please note that we will have on protective wear - a measure put in place for both yours and our protection. For some COVID-19 is asymptomatic, however, it is always highly contagious. If you are sick at all, please send someone else through the line.

Kindergarten and first Grade parents, follow the route that goes through the bus side parking lot. Second and third grade parents, follow the route that goes through our normal drop off/pickup lanes near the front entrance of our building. Take note of the entrance and exit points. Following these routes will help the process be much more efficient.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this trying time. Our main concern is that your children still receive a quality education and we are very appreciative of the work you are doing with them at home. Continue being patient with them and if you need anything whatsoever, feel free to contact their teacher or myself. More specific details regarding AMI work, fun activities, book readings, and updates will all be provided through your teacher’s Facebook page and/or Remind.

Parents - As you go through the AMI Pickup Routes it would be very helpful to have your child's name and grade written on a piece of paper and placed in your car window. This will help things move even more quickly. We are handing out from 8am-noon tomorrow.

Stay safe and stay positive!

Nathan Evans
Nashville Primary School Principal

Nashville Elementary School 

To Parents and Community,
There is so much information and it is ever changing. We are receiving many communications daily from news sources and the DESE Department. We know that this is an uncertain and scary time for our state. We are working to stay up to date on how COVID-19 is effecting our community and country. We are taking actions to keep our students, families, and staff safe during this time.

Nashville Public Schools will be closed from March 16th through April 17. The district is tentatively scheduled to reopen on April 20 for a regular school day. During this time we will be gathering AMI packets (both online and paper) to supply our students with continued information to learn from home. As we know some students do not have access to computer or they are limited with devices therefore, we will be doing a drive through pick up at the Elementary on Tuesday, March 31 in order for parents or family members to come by and drop off packets that students have finished and pick up new packets from their team of teachers.

On Tuesday, from 8:30-4:00 of each week, will will have a drive through in the front parking lot for parents or family members to pick up materials. We will form two lines. It would be helpful to have student name, grade and (home room teacher for 4th and 5th grade) on a piece of paper taped to the window.
(For 6th grade write name and subject/teacher) This will allow us to get materials and hand them to you. We would like for you to bring finished packets when you come for pick up. Please make sure student’s name and teacher’s name is on the packet so that we may distribute them properly. Our Nashville Elementary web page under students list the online sites we use at school. If you are having problems feel free to contact your child’s teacher.

Stay safe and stay well continue to practice social distancing.
Rick Rebsamen
Tyra Hughes

-All Arkansas Public Schools will remain closed until April 17th, per order by the governor. The situation will be reevaluated at that time.
-All standardized testing in Arkansas are cancelled for the rest of this school year (2019-2020).
-AAA has extended their inactive period until April 17. No practices and no competitions.
-Nashville School District's feeding program will continue next week during spring break.

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