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  • Track Gear Available Until 2/16/2018

     

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  • Important Dates for 8th Graders:

    Last Updated 2/7/18

     

    2/13/18 Tuesday 5:15-7:30 pm

    Byington Solway Open House @ Byington Solway

     

    2/15/18 Thursday 4-7 pm

    Knox County Schools Career Day @ Expo Center- bus provided with signed permission slip

     

    2/19/18 Monday 6-8 pm

    Winter Magnet Showcase @ L&N STEM Academy

     

    2/23/18 Friday 8:30-10 am

    Hardin Valley Academy Guard & Percussion to perform for students @ CBMS

     

    2/26/18 Monday 8:30-10 am

    Bearden High School student registration @ CBMS with BHS counselors for students zoned for BHS or with approved transfer

     

    2/27/18 Tuesday 8:30-10 am

    Karns High School student registration @ CBMS with KHS counselors for students zoned for KHS or with approved transfer (excused absence, no transportation provided)

     

     

    2/28/18 Wednesday 9-11 am

    Karns High School Visit Day @ KHS for students zoned for KHS or with approved transfer

     

    2/28/18 Wednesday 5:30-6:30 pm

    Karns High School Open House @ KHS

     

    3/2/18 Friday 9-11:15 am

    Hardin Valley Academy Visit Day @ HVA for students zoned for HVA or with approved transfer (bus transportation provided)

     

    3/2/18 Friday 8:30-11:30 am

    Bearden High School Visit Day @ BHS for students zoned for BHS or with approved transfer (bus transportation provided)

     

    3/5/18 Monday 5-8:30 pm

    Hardin Valley Academy Open House @ HVA

     

    3/5/18 Monday 6-8 pm

    Bearden High School Curriculum Night @ BHS

     

    3/27/18 Tuesday & 3/28/18 Wednesday 8:30-3:00

    Hardin Valley Academy Small Group Registration with students and parents @ CBMS for students zoned for HVA or with approved transfer (Sign-ups TBA)

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    Habit Human-Animal Bond in Tennessee (H.A.B.I.T.) brings animal-assisted therapy and visitation programs to a wide range of facilities in East Tennessee. H.A.B.I.T. organizes a network of volunteers who, with their pets, visit nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, elementary and middle schools, hospitals, and public libraries. H.A.B.I.T. volunteers will bring their medically and behaviorally evaluated dogs to schools so that the students can interact with them. Students receive psychological and physical benefits from animal interaction. The goal of H.A.B.I.T. is to bring a nonjudgmental and unconditionally loving animal into the schoolhouse to create a supportive environment for students.

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