Progress Reports are posted to Home Access Center (HAC). You can email me if you have trouble accessing your child's grades @ kristina.reid@kirbytrojans.net. Parent/Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, September 23 from 2-7 PM. School will dismiss early and buses will leave campus at 1 PM that day. Due to COVID constraints, Parents with whom teachers need to visit for any purpose, will be contacted by their child's teacher by the end of the day Monday, September 20th to schedule a time between 2 & 7 pm. This could be for academic, behavioral, technology, concerns, issues, etc. If parents are not contacted, please do not come on campus without a scheduled time set forth by the teacher. If a parent is not contacted and would like to schedule a conference meeting, parents will need to get in contact with the teacher via email, phone call, etc by the end of the day Tuesday, September 21 to schedule a conference time.
about 22 hours ago, Kristina Reid
To clear up some rumors that are circulating around, Kirby School District and their employees are not and will not vaccinate your child from Covid 19 on our campus. We have no plans to have a Covid vaccination clinic at this time. The only thing we have scheduled is our yearly influenza vaccination clinic on Oct 6th and those are given by the Pike Health Department and no one is given one without signed parental consent. I believe every vaccination is a parental choice and would never force a student to do anything against their will or parents. I worked to hard for my nursing license to do something to put my license in jeopardy. I hope all parents and guardians know that we have the students health, safety and education as top priority. If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at the school at 870-398-4211. Thanks - Nurse Alissa Kelley
3 days ago, Alissa Kelley
Elementary students had a busy morning getting hearing and vision screenings. They will continue through the week! ~ Nurse Alissa
4 days ago, Alissa Kelley
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike County Fair** Brothers Hayden and Bentley Reid both competed today. Bentley earned 4th place and Hayden earned 5th!! Great job guys!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike County Fair** Jena Brewer and her pig earned 3rd Place and she earned Junior Showman in Swine! Good Job Jena!!!!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike County Fair** Emma Duggan and her pig Big Don earned 4th Place today!!! Way to go Emma!!!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike County Fair** Sadie Tolleson and Polly Dot got 1st Place 🏆 in their class and 9th overall! Way to go Sadie!!!!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike Co Fair** 6th Grade Student Tayton Barnett: Grand Champion Hereford pig. 2nd place with his duroc in breeding. Grand and Reserve Black Hereford Heifers Grand Brahman Heifer 2nd in his class with feeder steers. Way to go Tayton!!!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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The Pike County Health Department will be at Kirby School on Wednesday, October 6th for the influenza (flu) vaccine clinic for students and staff. Consent forms are being sent home with students today! Please send signed forms back with the student to school asap. Thank you! -Nurse Alissa
8 days ago, Alissa Kelley
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Kirby FFA & 4H participants with Mrs. Amanda Minton at the Pike Co Fair Swine Show!!!
8 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike Co Fair** Sisters Madilyn and Adilee Reid showed their rabbits for the first time this year!! Way to go girls!!! 🐇🐇
9 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA & 4H "Showing Out" at the Pike Co Fair** Kaleb Rudolph earned 4th place in his class!!! Way to go Kaleb!!!
9 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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**Kirby FFA "Showing Out" at the Pike Co Fair** Montana Cook and her lamb, Lamborghini earned Reserve Grand Champion today! Way to go Montana!!!! 🪙🪙🐑🐑
9 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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REMINDER!! In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus within our staff and student body we are asking all parents/guardians, of students who will be in attendance on-site, and all employees to notify our designated Point of Contact immediately when the following occurs: •Someone in the household has tested positive for COVID-19. •Someone in the household has been identified as a Close Contact to a positive case of COVID-19 and is requiring quarantine and/or recommended to be tested for COVID-19. •Student attending on-site and employees who are being tested for COVID-19. If symptomatic, student/staff should remain in quarantine pending results of their COVID-19 test. Please call Kirby school nurse/POC Alissa Kelley at 870-223-2711, 7 days a week or email information to alissa.kelley@kirbytrojans.net. 1. Individuals who have previously tested positive for COVID-19 and recovered within 90 days do not have to quarantine, as long as they do not develop new symptoms. 2. Individuals exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 will not need to quarantine if the exposed individual has no symptoms and both the infected and exposed individual consistently and correctly were wearing a mask. 3. Individuals who are fully vaccinated will not have to quarantine, provided they do not have symptoms. School nurses can help verify the vaccination status of a potential close contact through WebIZ to help POCs and school officials determine responses. Parents and students should not be required to provide documentation of vaccination status if nurses are unable to verify through WEBIZ. Quarantine of those exposed to someone with COVID-19 As of December 2, 2020, the CDC amended its guidance to allow two shorter options for the quarantine period. Based on current CDC guidance, the quarantine period can end for individuals experiencing no symptoms according to the following guidelines: 1. After 10 full 24-hour periods since close contact exposure without testing, or 2. After seven full 24-hour periods since close contact exposure and after receiving a negative test result (sample taken no earlier than five 24-hour periods after exposure). Please contact me at the school during school hours at 870-398-4211, my cell phone at 870-223-2711 7 days a week or my email at alissa.kelley@kirbytrojans.net if you have any questions.
22 days ago, Alissa Kelley
The rest of the cafeteria's August menu is up on the website! I apologize for falling behind! I will do better about September's menu! Also, some of the days menu could change due to supply shortages and items not being delivered. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience!
23 days ago, Kristina Reid
Don't Forget!!!! Early voting begins September 7th at the Pike County Clerks Office in Murfreesboro!! Election day in September 14th and will be located at the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Kirby. We hope all of the members of #TrojanNation are able to come out and vote, either during the early voting or on election day. We want to share the presentation we presented at our Public Meetings on August 12, 2021 for those of you who may have missed it. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/11xUXbqBtL9b8dbDedbLg40WH3D-QI76NilTsaFRrNFc/edit?usp=sharing
24 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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Mrs. April Porter's apple bus #2 will be late getting students home this afternoon! We apologize for the inconvenience!
29 days ago, Kirby Elementary
Dr. Brian Caldwell & office manager Kaitlyn Gunn donated care packages that include hygiene products for Kirby School District kids in need. Thank You Dr. Caldwell & Kaitlyn!!! Pictured: School Nurse Alissa Kelley, SRO Brady Whisenhunt, Dr. Brian Caldwell, High School Principal Jason Burns and Athletic Director Marty Smith
29 days ago, Jessica Pinkerton
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In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus within our staff and student body we are asking all parents/guardians, of students who will be in attendance on-site, and all employees to notify our designated Point of Contact immediately when the following occurs: •Someone in the household has tested positive for COVID-19. •Someone in the household has been identified as a Close Contact to a positive case of COVID-19 and is requiring quarantine and/or recommended to be tested for COVID-19. •Student attending on-site and employees who are being tested for COVID-19. If symptomatic, student/staff should remain in quarantine pending results of their COVID-19 test. Please call Kirby school nurse/POC Alissa Kelley at 870-223-2711, 7 days a week or email information to alissa.kelley@kirbytrojans.net. 1. Individuals who have previously tested positive for COVID-19 and recovered within 90 days do not have to quarantine, as long as they do not develop new symptoms. 2. Individuals exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 will not need to quarantine if the exposed individual has no symptoms and both the infected and exposed individual consistently and correctly were wearing a mask. 3. Individuals who are fully vaccinated will not have to quarantine, provided they do not have symptoms. School nurses can help verify the vaccination status of a potential close contact through WebIZ to help POCs and school officials determine responses. Parents and students should not be required to provide documentation of vaccination status if nurses are unable to verify through WEBIZ. Quarantine of those exposed to someone with COVID-19 As of December 2, 2020, the CDC amended its guidance to allow two shorter options for the quarantine period. Based on current CDC guidance, the quarantine period can end for individuals experiencing no symptoms according to the following guidelines: 1. After 10 full 24-hour periods since close contact exposure without testing, or 2. After seven full 24-hour periods since close contact exposure and after receiving a negative test result (sample taken no earlier than five 24-hour periods after exposure). Please contact me at the school during school hours at 870-398-4211, my cell phone at 870-223-2711 7 days a week or my email at alissa.kelley@kirbytrojans.net if you have any questions.
about 1 month ago, Alissa Kelley
Reminder: For afternoon car line pick-up, please enter at the ball field, pick up students in front of the elementary building, and exit the front gate. Please remain in vehicle as students are picked up. Please pull up and over in front of the old elementary building if your child needs help buckling up. This helps the car line run more smoothly. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Kirby Elementary