Remember--Friday, April 14 is a Half-Day. Car riders will be dismissed at 10:45 and buses will leave at 11:00.
Boys & Girls Club and Kid's Place are closed on Friday, April 14.
Please be prepared to show ID when checking out your student.
Dates to Know
April 14 - Half-Day (car riders dismissed at 10:45)
April 17-21 - Spring Break
April 11 - 5th 6 Weeks ends
April 26 - Spring Picture $ due
April 26 - Grade Card Distribution
TNReady Testing Dates
April 26 - English Part 1 (Writing)
April 27 - English Part 2 & 3
April 28 - English Part 4 & Math Part 1
May 1- Math Part 2 & 3
May 2 - Science Part 1 & 2
May 3 - Social Studies
May 4 - Make-up Day
Chorus Rehearsal Schedule
April 25 - 3:00-4:00 pm
May 2 - 3:00-4:00 pm
May 9 - 3:00-5:00 pm (note later time)
May 16 - 3:00-5:00 pm (note later time/Dress Rehearsal)
Bonus Rehearsals (If needed)
May 4 - 3:00-4:00
May 11 - 3:00-4:00
May 23 - In-school Performance at 1:30
Parent Performance at 6:00 pm
Teachers of the Year
Congratulations to Melissa Godfrey and Marcie Loveday, our teachers of the year. Your dedication to our students is appreciated.
Yearbooks are $40 and may be purchased at the school. There is a limited number, so order soon.
One Call Now
If you are not receiving the calls, please call the office to make sure we have the correct phone number. These calls are typically placed between 5:00-9:00 pm. This is a great parent communication tool.
Seymour Intermediate Car Magnets
On sale in the school office for $5. Show your support and school pride!
Seymour Intermediate School is a partnership of students, parents, teachers, community members and support personnel which embodies the spirit, the culture, and the love of learning.
Seymour Intermediate School believes the attributes of high performing schools provide direction to our beliefs, mission, and vision. The beliefs guide our purpose which is our mission. The mission is the path to seek our vision.
Seymour Intermediate School believes . . .
Communication among stakeholders supports student academic and social success.
Goals, benchmarks, and action steps align to increase student achievement based on data collected from research based strategies.
Policies and procedures directly impact student success while providing a safe learning environment.
Stakeholders contribute to the decision-making process of our learning environment.
Stakeholders recognize the uniqueness of each child as they grow academically, emotionally, physically, and socially.
Students will obtain proficiency in all academic areas according to their cognitive ability.
Every child will be challenged to fulfill his/her potential utilizing a wide range of current, up-to-date teaching strategies, technology, and resources.
Stakeholders will continue to evaluate and revise our vision and purpose to ensure student growth.
Students will be challenged to set goals that will lead to their success of becoming productive members of society as well as lifelong learners.
The mission for Seymour Intermediate School is to enable all students to achieve academic excellence using literacy and research based instruction to encourage lifelong learners that are ready, responsible, and respectful citizens.
Seymour Intermediate School’s vision is to create a safe environment where teacher and community partnerships empower students to be academically and socially successful.
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