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Welcome to Cedar Bluff Elementary School
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Home of the Eagles!

    Want to show your Cedar Bluff Pride?  Then how about ordering some cool gear!  All proceeds will benefit the school and you will look super cool!
    Click HERE to download your order form. To see samples of t-shirt colors, click HERE.  To see samples of the colors for hoodies, click HERE

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    New this year, many parents have the opportunity to track their child’s school bus in real time to and from school. The new tracking service, called “Where’s My Bus?”, requires access to the internet and parent registration. The service is available for regular, in-zone, assigned school buses. In short, it tracks the regular bus a student is assigned to ride. Because they do not follow standard routes, buses transporting students to pre-school, special education, magnet and other unique programs are not included in the service. 

    Registering and setting up the parent/guardian account is easy: Parents should simply go to and click on “Where’s My Bus Instructions.” A few steps will lead parents through the process of setting up an account to use the tracking service. For assistance, parents can contact the Knox County Schools Transportation Department at 594-1550.

    The on-screen image of a bus’s progress is in real time and very detailed, including street names, intersections and landmarks. The service helps parents know when their children arrive at school and home, and it can help parents see the progress of a bus that might be delayed.

    “Where’s My Bus?” uses a web-based program that communicates with technology on many of the buses that serve the Knox County Schools. This service was a new feature offered by a transportation-information program already in use by the Knox County Schools, so no additional funds were required to implement the service.​
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School Announcements

  • Cedar Bluff PTSA is the proud host of our Halloween Hustle 5K and Spooktacular Spirit Run/Walk on October 25th.  The purpose of this event is to raise funds in order to buy handicap accessible playground equipment for our Special Education Preschool.  Everyone is invited to come in costume and enjoy the fun. You can sign up by clicking the link below.

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  • Red Ribbon Week
    Every day during the last week of October, Cedar Bluff Elementary will participate in Red Ribbon Week.  All students are encouraged to participate by wearing the following items:
    Monday, October 27
        - wear RED
    Tuesday, October 28
        - wear CRAZY SOCKS
    Wednesday, October 29
        - wear a shirt for your favorite
          SPORTS TEAM 
    Thursday, October 30
        - wear a HAT
    Friday, October 31
        - dress up as your favorite book

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  • Trunk or Treat
    CBES hosts its annual
    Trunk or Treat
    on Thursday, October 30.  
    Festivities will begin
    at 5:30 p.m.

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  • Free Online Tutoring Continues through Knox County Public Library Last year, the Knox County Schools participated in a pilot program called TutorTN that offered students in the Knox County Schools free access toonline tutoring. Free access to TutorTN will continue but will now be available to students by using their Knox County Public Library card.

    TutorTN offers students the ability to connect online with expert tutors in all core academic subjects and writing for one-to-one homework help or tutoring sessions. Students can use home computers, mobile phones and tablets to access the service, which is provided through and offered through the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

    Since the TutorTN program began in September 2013, Knox County Schools students have engaged in more than 2,000 free tutoring sessions. Of students who took advantage of the live one-to-one sessions, 95 percent felt that the service helped them be more confident in their school work, 93 percent felt that the service was helping them improve their grades, and 94 percent would recommend the service to their friends.

    Knox County Public Library cards are free of charge. To get a card, visit any Knox County Public Library and show proof of name and residence. The library card is provided on site. Each public library card has a unique number, and that number is required to access TutorTN. For a list of locations of the Knox County Public Libraries, visit

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  • Online Payment System Changes for School Cafeterias

    The Knox County Schools has moved to a new system to fund student breakfast and lunch accounts – moving away from PayPams to This move brings greater control to parents when viewing student meal and account balances.

    Please note that a new account will need to be created for K12paymentcenter - visit K12PaymentCenter for instructions on establishing a new account. After an account is created, your child will need to be added. To add your child or children, please use the student ID which is different than the serving number that a student would use to purchase a meal.

    All balances from last school year will remain on your child’s account. The Knox County Schools holds the balance on all accounts. Third party vendors never hold the balance of any KCS student. The balance could take 24-48 hours to update after the account is first created. Until that happens, $0.00 will be displayed. As with our former PayPams system, email and phone notifications will be sent to parents who have negative cafeteria balances within the next 1-2 weeks.

    If you have any questions at all, please call the Knox County Schools Nutrition Department at 865-594-3640 or by email at

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