solareclipse

 

On August 21, 2017 the moon will pass between the earth and the sun for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse since 1918.  Millions of Americans in 12 states will be able to watch this solar spectacle that will turn day into night for a couple of minutes.  Tennessee is among the 12 states that have been declared to be a best place to experience this rare phenomenon.

Our schools will be open on regular schedule on August 21st, Solar Eclipse Day.   We have a fun and exciting day planned for all our students which will include hands-on STEAM (Science Technology, English, Arts, and Math) related activities, also a special lunch and snack for all students including Moon Pies!   We look forward to this once in a lifetime learning experience as we share in this Solar Eclipse Day!  

Solar Eclipse Information Packet