Claiborne County Schools is pleased to offer in-person summer learning opportunities for rising 1st through 8th grade eligible students beginning on June 7th! If you are interested in your child attending summer camp please complete the appropriate application below:
Summer application for rising 6th through 8th grade students; https://bit.ly/3e9NkTm
Summer application for rising 1st through 5th grade students; https://bit.ly/3dxL7lw
If you have questions about summer learning opportunities please email Meagan.England@claibornecsd.org
Powell Valley Honor Roll 3rd Nine Weeks 2020-2021
1st grade A – Maizley Barnett, Kyler Black, Natalie Campbell, Parker Daniels, Austyn Dugger, Parker Florian, Collin Leslie, Karmen Seals, Rosalie Smith, Weston Gage Smith, Charlie Southern, Colton Wilhoit
1st grade A/B – Gracie Baker, Bella Branscomb, Travis Dunn, Phoenix Ellison, Abigail Massengill, John Gavin Mayes, Kayden Parks, Alexis Pittman, Sophia Short
2nd grade A – Oliver Ausmus, Kinsley Carroll, Charlie Carver, William Couch, Braden Dunsmore, Skyler Gilliam, Adeline Griffith,
2nd grade A/B – Isaiah Bailey, Bentley Bowlin, Tatum Brummett, Paula Childress, Persephone Goins, Caleb Harp, Kylix Hatfield, Brigham Hinckley, Marissa Pierce, Ryder Richardson, Gabriel Robertson, Charles Sears, Natalie Sharp
3rd grade A– Artemis Goins, Braden Joyce, Bentley Siler,
3rd grade A/B – Casen Bolinger, Cooper Chumley, Malachi Hill, Kami McCombs, Ryder Partin, Caleb Powell, Jacob Smith
4th grade A/B – Brandon Baker, Bryson Gibson, Korbin Goins, Eli Green, Brianna Hanley, Andrew Humfleet, Eli Johnson, Allie Owens, Jake Owens, Amillya Smith, Max Wilson
5th grade A – Gavin Satkowski, Jake Wilson,
5th grade A/B – Kelby Ausmus, Rylen Boughton, Josilyn Branham, Madison Carey, Gabe Evans, Skye Hatfield, Jacob Heck, Braden Lane, Callie Leslie, Aaron Massengill, Jessica Oaks,
6th grade A – Titus Mayes, Willow Miracle, Landyn Saylor, Jesse Wilder
6th grade A/B – Kaydence Bolinger, Emma Bussell, John Claiborne, Dallas Maciejewski, Braelynn Marsee, Aedan Monaghan, Mikaela Owens, Kaylynn Phipps, Dalton Rains, Abigail Weaver, Megan Weaver
7th grade A – Alyssa Black, Jessie Davis, Jazzmin Duverney, Wyatt Hall, Mahala Walker,
7th grade A/B – Brandy Branscomb, Briana Brooks, Shiann Bush, Kolton Goins, John Owens
8th grade A – Jordan Bean,
8th grade A/B – Jayden Brooks, Chrissa Gibson, Allison Harp, Samuel Humfleet, Harmony Livesay, Levi Moore, Charles Osborne, Madelyn Osborne, Mattie Parker, Emma Parrett, Madeline Surber, Hunter Wilhoit
Powell Valley Honor Roll 2nd Nine Weeks 2020-2021
1st grade A – Maizley Barnett, Kyler Black, Natalie Campbell, Parker Florian, Charlotte Griffith, Gavin Mayes, Kayden Parks, Karmen Seals, Sophia Short, Gage Smith, Charlie Southern, Colton Wilhoit
1st grade A/B – Bella Branscomb, Parker Daniels, Austyn Dugger, Travis Dunn, Daisy Jessie, Collin Leslie, Abigail Massengill, Alexis Pittman, Rosalie Smith
2nd grade A – Oliver Ausmus, Isaiah Bailey, Kinsley Carroll, Charlie Carver, Knox Couch, Skyler Gilliam, Adeline Griffith, Brigham Hinckley, Marissa Pierce, Gabriel Robertson
2nd grade A/B – Bentley Bowlin, Taytum Brummett, Sarah Dawson, Isaac Figueira, Persephone Goins, Caleb Harp, Kylix Hatfield, Ryder Richardson, Charles Sears, Natalie Sharp
3rd grade A– Casen Bolinger, Artemis Goins, Kami McCombs, Bentley Siler
3rd grade A/B – Jaimee Brantley, Cooper Chumley, Malachi Hill, Braden Joyce, Ryder Partin, Caleb Powell, Jacob Smith, Ethan Terrell
4th grade A – Jake Owens
4th grade A/B – Brandon Baker, Bryson Gibson, Korbin Goins, Eli Green, Andrew Humfleet, Allie Owens
5th grade A – Josilyn Branham, Aaron Massengill, Jake Wilson
5th grade A/B – Annah Bean, Rylen Boughton, Madison Carey, Gabe Evans, Jacob Heck, Jaiden James, Carter Johnson, Braden Lane, Callie Leslie, Zack Monaghan, Jessica Oaks, Colby Weaver, Konner Webb
6th grade A – John Claiborne, Wyatt Hall, Jesse Wilder
6th grade A/B – Kaydence Bolinger, Hunter Davis, Liam Fricke, Naomee Fultz, Dallas Maciejewski, Titus Mayes, Willow Miracle, Aedan Monaghan, Mikaela Owens, Kaylynn Phipps, Dalton Rains, Katana Russell, Danian Short, Abigail Weaver, Megan Weaver
7th grade A – Jordan Bean, Jessie Davis, Jazzmin Duverney, Kolton Goins, John Owens, Landyn Saylor
7th grade A/B – Alyssa Black, Brandy Branscomb, Briana Brooks, Keirsten Edmondson, Michael Huddleston
8th grade A – Chrissa Gibson, Levi Moore
8th grade A/B – Jayden Brooks, Aiden Fette, Allison Harp, Samuel Humfleet, Livesay Harmony, Charles Osborne, Madelyn Osborne, Mattie Parker, Madeline Surber, Mahala Walker, Cody Weaver, Hunter Wilhoit
Times available for students to pick up a device at CCBOE upper level
Students must have their email and password. Form is on the front page of the District website.
Checkout will be at the lower level of the School Board Office.
If the family has currently checked out a district iPad, the iPad and charger must be brought with them to check out the Chromebook.
A parent/student guide on how to use the Chromebook can be found on the Claiborne County District website.
Claiborne County Schools 2020-2021 School Reopen Plan (Updated: July 1, 2020)
Claiborne County Schools students will return to school on August 10, 2020. Our
priorities are the health and safety of students and staff and providing
academic instruction to prepare students for the challenges of the 21st-century
● Schools will open in a traditional manner with a distance learning option
● CCBOE will focus on making decisions that are practical and feasible with
a student-centered approach.
● Flexibility will be important as information related to COVID-19 changes
daily. Instructional adjustments may need to be made over the course of
the 2020-2021 school year.
● Facts for Parents and families about school reopening will be
communicated before the start of school and will continue throughout the
● Communication will occur regularly through the following methods: Alert
Now Call System, Facebook, Twitter, and the CCBOE website.
● Classroom Space and Common Spaces 4
● Protocols for Screening Students and Staff 5
● Responding to Positive Cases 7
● Protocols for Breakfast and Lunch 8
● Protocols for Athletic and Extracurricular Activities 9
● Busing and Student Transportation 10
● Distance Learning 11
● In-person to Distance Learning Transition 13
Classroom and Common Spaces
● Handwashing breaks provided where feasible
● Intensive cleaning throughout all buildings will occur throughout the day
and in the evening.
● Students and staff may wear masks if they wish. The mask fabric design
may not be distracting and must follow the dress code.
○ The CDC recommends the use of masks; however, CCBOE will not
mandate masks for students. CCBOE encourages the use of masks.
○ The CCBOE will require food services and visitors to wear masks in
the school building where feasible
● Signage will be posted in all buildings encouraging frequent handwashing
and social distancing
● When possible, arrange all desks facing the same direction.
● Wipe calculators, keyboards, and other necessary shared equipment
● Wipe tables and seats between classes as feasible
● Please limit sharing classroom resources when possible.
● Checked out books or other materials should be set aside for four days
before the next check out cycle
● Visitors to buildings during normal operating hours will be limited by
appointment only. Visitors will be limited to mandatory activities and
● All visitors will have health and temperature screening. All visitors must
wear a mask inside the building. A trained staff member will conduct
health and temperature screening.
● Hand-sanitizer in all classrooms and common spaces is recommended
● The buildings will consistently utilize the misting sanitation sprayer in the
○ The misters quickly deliver disinfectant to large surface areas as
well as to hard-to-reach corners and crevices. The misters provide
better coverage than using the traditional spray/wipe method of
cleaning. The misters help reduce flu viruses, bacteria, and mold on
surfaces that can otherwise be difficult to reach.
Protocols for Screening Students and Staff
● Students’ and staff’s temperatures will be taken each morning as they
enter the building.
● Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will be addressed
● Students with a temperature of 100.4 will be taken to a secure area to
rest. At the same time, their parent or guardian will be contacted to pick
up their child.
○ A child may return to school once they have been fever-free for 24
hours without a fever reducer.
○ The secure area will be sanitized after the child leaves to go home.
Responding to Positive Cases
● If a positive test for COVID-19 occurs in a school building with a student
or staff member, district and school administrators will work with local
health officials who will take the lead on notifications and contact tracing.
● In accordance with state and local laws and regulations, school
administrators should notify other staff while maintaining confidentiality
in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Health
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA).
● Potential school closure will be based on the level of risk determined by
● If the school is closed due to COVID-19, Distance Learning will be
initiated for at least two weeks.
● If a closure is needed for intensive cleaning, communication will be
● The student/staff member with COVID-19 will not be allowed to return to
school for a minimum of 14 calendar days and must be fever free for 72
hours immediately before returning.
Protocols for Breakfast and Lunch
● Hand-sanitizer will be available in the cafeteria.
● Individually wrapped utensils will be provided in the lunchroom.
● Foam trays will be used.
● Intensive cleaning of the kitchen and seat areas will be completed several
times a day and after school.
● Spaced seating and alternate eating locations to limit group sizes where
● Cafeteria staff will wear masks when possible.
● Food pickup will be available for distance learning students once a week
Protocols for Athletics and Extracurricular Activities
● Students’ temperatures will be taken before participation in practice,
games, or other activities.
● Handwashing breaks will be provided where feasible.
● Outdoor gatherings are encouraged where appropriate for practices,
meetings, and other related activities.
● Indoor spaces utilized by student groups will be cleaned and disinfected
● Be prepared for updates as information becomes available from the
TDOE, TSSAA, and CDC
● No sick students may participate in activities.
● Students using the distance learning option will not be permitted to
participate in athletics and extracurricular activities.
Busing and Student Transportation
● Students will sit with family members or other students from their bus
● Students will fill up the bus from the back to the front.
● When possible, seats should be left open between families and students
from the same bus stop.
● The bus driver will sanitize the bus once a day with the misting sanitation
○ The misters quickly deliver disinfectant to large surface areas and
hard-to-reach corners and crevices. All while providing better
coverage than using the traditional spray/wipe method of cleaning.
The misters help reduce flu viruses, bacteria, and mold on surfaces
that can otherwise be difficult to reach.
● Weather permitting, bus windows will be lowered to increase fresh
Distance Learning Options (K-12)
● A distance learning option will be available to those students who need to
continue to self-isolate.
● The choice to participate in distance learning must be made for planning
purposes no later than Wednesday, July 15th. Parents will declare their
intent for learning using the following link:
○ If a submission is not made, your student will be enrolled in the
○ A form must be completed for each child in your home.
● Students may return to traditional school from distance learning at the
beginning of any nine weeks.
● Students participating in Distance Learning will utilize Google Classroom
to access all instructional materials and assignments.
● Students participating in Distance Learning are required to meet all
assignment deadlines. Students are also required to communicate with
their teacher at least once a week via school email or other options for
communication provided by the teacher.
● Students participating in Distance Learning will earn grades just as those
students participating in traditional instruction.
● Students using the distance learning option will not be permitted to
participate in athletics and extracurricular activities.
● Attendance will be determined based on assignment completion and
weekly communication with the classroom teacher.
● How-to videos and guides for parents and families to support distance
learning will be published on social media accounts and our district
In-person to Distance Learning Transition
● If a transition to all students on Distance Learning is necessary, parents
and guardians will have the opportunity to check out one device per
home for students to use for school work once they become available
from our CARES Act funds once the devices arrive.
2020-2021 Reopening Plan PDF Available Below
Coronavirus: Resources for Students
The Tribe with Pride!
The mission of Powell Valley Elementary School, a community based, child-centered school is to develop independent thinkers in order to enable students to become life-long learners and contributing citizens through positive learning experiences and a meaningful curriculum provided by a caring team.
We will collaborate with the parents and community to create a peaceful, productive, and orderly learning environment that meets the academic, social, and developmental needs of all of our students and provides a solid foundation for their future high school education.