As we plan and prepare for a new 2022-2023 school year, the safety of SE Academy students, families, and our staff is our top priority. We must do everything we can to minimize risk, and so we are following the guidance and recommendation of local, state and federal government and health agencies.
We are aware that the COVID-19 situation changes rapidly, so we will send regular updates via e-mail and website/social media to keep you informed of our plans moving forward.
Update- March 3, 2022
Mobile Testing is available only to current students, faculty, and staff of Memphis-Shelby County Schools.
If you have not tested before and have questions about pre-registration, please email email@example.com and provide your or your child’s name, date of birth, and the school or facility name. You may also call 901-271-2671 with questions or to get more information.
Update- January 13, 2022
Update-January 1, 2021
We have two Pre-k programs and this is the update on Shelby County Schools Community Partners.
SCS Pre-k program is trying to reopen on February 8, 2021 for in person but call the school office for details. Opening dates may change.
Update - Tuesday, June 30, 2020
The District's Re-Entry Task Force held its first weekly meeting on Thursday, May 28, and has been meeting every week to discuss key factors related to the safe reopening of schools and providing advice to our SCS planning teams. We are committed to transparency as we work through this important process, so you can find updates from every task force meeting by clicking the link below. You can also find additional details about the Re-Entry Task Force and S.A.F.E. planning process at the bottom of this page.
UPDATE: Re-Entry Task Force Meeting 5
Thursday, June 25, 2020
After four weeks analyzing key factors for reopening schools safely in the fall, Task Force members met with District leaders to begin developing specific recommendations for our S.A.F.E. re-entry plan. The group received an update on the week of re-entry listening sessions, which were seen by more than 50,000 people, and discussed preliminary results of the re-entry survey, which was completed by over 15,000 families. All input received will be factored into the Task Force's final recommendations.
The group revisited planning considerations from the past month and re-ranked their goals and priorities for the reopening of schools.
All districts in the state are required to submit their full re-entry plans (or continuous learning models) to the Tennessee Department of Education for approval, so recommendations will be finalized in the coming weeks with a goal of presenting a state-approved plan to families, staff and the community by mid-July.