Excellence for Every Child

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  • Welcome to Farragut Intermediate School, home to the Admirals!

    FIS boasts a long-standing tradition of excellence. We look forward to working with you to help your children reach their full potential. 

     

    FIS

    Farragut Intermediate School Mission Statement:

    The mission of FIS is to enable all students to be caring, responsible, and knowledgeable citizens in a changing society by providing learning experiences in a safe and positive environment.

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  • Reward School

    Once again we are very honored to be a designated Reward School.  Reward status is the top distinction a school can earn in Tennessee. Reward schools are those that are improving overall student academic achievement and student growth for all students and for student groups, and they are identified annually. Our school recently received a banner and a certificate in celebration of this special honor.  We want to thank our students, parents and community for helping us achieve this honor.

     


     

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    Attendance Hero

     

    BE AN ATTENDANCE HERO!

    Please make every effort to have your child at school everyday and on time.  School starts at 7:45.  Therefore, please be sure your child is walking through the front doors by 7:30.  This allows time for him/her to settle in to class without feeling rushed.  If your child is sick or needs to miss school, you must send in a note explaining the absence. 

    The following outlines the Knox County School Board Policy on attendance: 

    Grades 1-5

    In order to be counted present on any and all accounting attendance records, students in grades 1-12 shall attend school for a time period of three (3) hours and thirty (30) minutes per school day. Students who attend less than three (3) hours and thirty (30) minutes per school day will be recorded and reported as absent on any and all attenance records. 

    Excusable reasons for student absences:
    • Personal Illness
    • Illness in the family temporarily requiring help from the child
    • Death in the family
    • Recognized religious holidays observed by persons of the student's faith.
    • Verifiable family emergencies. 
    Excuses for absences must be made in writing to the principal or administrative designee by a parent or guardian.  Written excuses must be submitted within five (5) days of the student's return to school.  Any absence not complying with the above reasons for excused absences will be considered unexcused.  An example of an unexcused absence would be family vacations taken during the school year. 
     
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