Safe Return to School: H.C.S.S. District Framework
The link below will take you to the Humphreys County Schools plan for returning to school. These are guidelines from the school district to the schools. The principal and school staff will develop their own daily operations around this framework.
Return to School Safely
The link below will take you to the H.C.S.S. transportation registration form. This form is to help us get an idea of how many students plan to ride the bus to and from school in the 2020-2021 school year.
Weekend Take Home Meals
Enrolled students are eligible to receive 7 days of free meals on the SSO feeding program. This is for all enrolled students. No eligibility is required for this program. As it was with the Summer program, ALL participation helps fund your school cafeterias.
However, we are still accepting Free and Reduced Applications at this time to make the transition back to NSLP (National School Lunch Program) on December 31st as smooth as possible.
Thank you so much for your support!
Online Free and Reduced Applications & P-EBT Information
The school year 2020/2021 application to apply for free or reduced priced meals is now available online! A general overview of P-EBT information is also available.
Free Early Education to Families
The Tennessee Department of Education and Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation (GELF) announced a statewide partnership with ReadyRosie, an early education online platform, to provide short videos and free resources with simple, engaging activities for Tennessee families and children, ages birth through 3rd grade, to do at home.
Our schools' focus must be on learning and the child. Without question the greatest goal, and challenge, is to promote student achievement and development. In our communities, you will find wonderful students and parents. In our school system, you will find teachers, staff, administrators, and school board members who are highly skilled, enthusiastic, and dedicated to student learning and success.
The Humphreys County School System continues to provide excellent learning opportunities for our students as we prepare them for the challenges of the 21st century. Our educational programs are always growing and constantly improving. Our instructional methods must be subject to ongoing self-scrutiny. The words pride, safety, respect, responsibility, fairness, trustworthiness, caring and citizenship should be what Humphreys County Schools stand for as a district. The words must be a message to our community and all who pass by that something great and important is happening in our schools.
Richard T. Rye
Director of Schools