Farragut Primary Announcements

  • Morning Arrival

    FPS opens at 7:10 for car riders and walkers. All students enter the building through the cafeteria door on the car rider side. The bus lane opens up at 7:25 for students that are able to get out of the car on their own.

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  • Picking Your Child Up Early?

    School is dismissed at 2:45 p.m. In order for all of our students to load their buses, cars, and daycare vans, we begin loading for dismissal at 2:30 p.m. The office will not accept any early dismissals after 2:15 p.m. If your child has an appointment, please be sure to have them picked up before 2:15 p.m. Please remember - a photo I.D. is ALWAYS required when picking up a student.

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  • Automated Calls

    The automated calls you get from FPS and/or the district are important. Please listen to the message. DO NOT CALL THE SCHOOL asking what the message was. With close to 1,000 students, this is tying up phone lines that could be needed in an emergency. Automated calls could contain information about inclement weather, bus problems, or important announcements. Remember:
    Listen to the entire message
    Follow the directions given in the message
    Do not call the school

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  • Cell Phones In School Zones

    Tennessee has a law regarding cell phone use in school zones. As of January 1, 2018 it became illegal to hold your cell phone in a moving vehicle within a school zone, this means flashing light to flashing light, not just on school property. It is a Class C Misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of up to $50. Knowing this will help keep our students, families, and staff safe.
    Thank you!

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Upcoming Events

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  • 1,016 Students

    Our students excel inside and outside the classroom, and Farragut Primary School is committed to providing them with the instruction, resources and support they need to achieve their goals. Investing in students not only helps them as individuals but also ensures a vibrant future for all of Knox County.

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  • 107 Staff

    Teachers, principals and support staff are the driving force behind our educational mission. Farragut Primary School is committed to fostering a workplace culture that values employee contributions, equips employees to meet their professional goals and supports employees in the work of teaching and learning.

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  • We can’t hide our Dolphin pride!

  • Knox County Schools is committed to increasing academic achievement, eliminating disparities, and creating a positive culture.

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