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welcome teachers
Welcome New Teachers and Staff!

We would like to welcome our new teachers and staff to MVW! Oni Brewer-4th grade Cheryl Thompson-4th grade Ashlyn Farrow-3rd grade Andrea Blankenship-General Assistant Betsy Thrift-Cafeteria

Thu Aug 11 08:30 AM

Open House
Open House & Parent Orientation

Wheeler Elementary's annual Open House and Parent Orientation night has been announced!

Wed Jul 13 09:27 PM

circus
Come one, come all,........

Come one, come all, to the greatest show around! Mary V. Wheeler Elementary is going to show our community how well we can read. The faculty and staff are preparing to take students on a trip to the circus as we promote our A.R. reading theme this year. Students will be motivated to read through various activities and rewards all while enhancing their vocabulary knowledge and reading fluency. Get ready to step right up to a truly fantastic reading adventure.

Sun Jul 10 08:26 PM

MBM
Principal's message

I look forward to partnering with you to ensure that all our Mountaineers are celebrated and supported. By working together, we will make certain that we maintain our tradition of excellence and community that makes Wheeler such a special place. (Click to read full message.)

Sun Jul 10 08:19 PM

Supplies
2022-2023 Supply Lists

Here you will find the supplies needed for students entering Wheeler Elementary in grades K-5. Please consider buying extra materials for your students to use throughout the school year.

Sun Jul 10 08:05 PM

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Opt Out Consent Form BCS

COVID FACE MASK OPT-OUT FORM Pursuant to Executive Order No. 84, issued by Governor Bill Lee on August 16, 2021, the Bledsoe County School District has developed this standardized form to provide consent for or on behalf of a student enrolled in Bledsoe County Schools to opt out a student from a face covering requirement imposed by Bledsoe County Schools pertaining to school operations and facilities. Many school-aged children are not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, leaving them susceptible to infection. To ensure that students and teachers are able to safely participate in in-person instruction, it is recommended that all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools wear masks and practice social distancing when possible. More information on the CDC prevention in K-12 schools can be found on the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/k-12-guidance.html By completing this form, you are giving permission for your student to not wear a face covering while at school. This permission does not apply to any local, state or federal order, such as riding a school bus, or any TSSAA rule. A separate form must be completed for each student for whom you are giving permission.

Mon Aug 23 03:41 PM