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Welcome Dr. Melanie Henry

Hello, my name is Dr. Melanie Henry, I am from Bledsoe County. I  teach intervention for all grades. I previously worked at Pikeville Elementary for 1 and 1/2 years and I worked at Bledsoe County Middle School for 8 years. I have a BS in Agriculture Education from The University of Tennesseeat Knoxville, an MA degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Tennessee Technological University, EdS in Curriculum and Instruction from Tennessee Technological University, and my EdD from Carson Newman University in Educational Leadership. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and going to UT sports events and NASCAR races.
I look forward to working with the students, parents, and staff here at Rigsby.

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Teacher of the Month

I am Brandie Disidoro and this is my 9th year teaching at Rigsby elementary. I went to Bledsoe county schools as a child starting in out in 3rd grade at Mary V. wheeler, when we moved here to Bledsoe county, and graduating from BCHS in 2008. I went then graduated from Tennessee Tech University in 2013 with my degree in K-6 teaching. I taught for one year in Cumberland county before coming back home to Bledsoe. When I am not teaching I enjoy spending time at home reading, cooking, or watching movies. If I’m not at home I can usually be found with my family.

Staff member of the month

Hello all, I am the Receptionist/Attendance clerk, DeeDee Smith Cook at Rigsby Elementary.  I was blessed to have been hired, trained, and worked with Mr. Carl Brown for several years, I have been at Rigsby for 16 years.  I feel like this is a family, the best staff and the best teachers!  I also work with our students in morning and afterschool.  My husband, Chuck of 25 years, and I have one daughter Erica Cook.  She attended Rigsby Elementary and loved all of her teachers!I hope to contribute many more years to Rigsby Elementary, to our students and staff.
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News Posts

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Publix of Cleveland Provides all Rigsby Staff with turkeys

We would like to thank Publix of Cleveland, TN for all of their generous support this year. We are especially grateful for the turkeys they provide for our entire staff.

Thu Dec 15 10:30 AM

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Rigsby 5th Grader Takes 1st Place

Congratulations to Miss Mollie Sparks. She is the 5th grade district winner of the 4-H public speaking award and advances to the multi-district competition later this month. She is a Hornet to be buzzing about. Fantastic Job!

Tue Dec 06 02:30 PM

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Holiday Cheer

Ready or not the holidays are here and Rigsby Staff and students have just the thing to issue in some good cheer. We will celebrate a royal Grinchmas right up until the last day of classes 2022.

Fri Nov 18 03:27 PM

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Cafeteria Gets Perfect Score

Health Inspector gives CBRS 100 for second consecutive year!

Fri Sep 23 12:00 AM

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Rigsby Shirts

Rigsby Staff and Students show their Hornet Pride

Wed Jan 12 03:51 PM

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Opt Out Consent Form BCS

COVID FACE MASK OPT-OUT FORM Pursuant to Executive Order No. 84, issued by Governor Bill Lee on August 16, 2021, the Bledsoe County School District has developed this standardized form to provide consent for or on behalf of a student enrolled in Bledsoe County Schools to opt out a student from a face covering requirement imposed by Bledsoe County Schools pertaining to school operations and facilities. Many school-aged children are not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, leaving them susceptible to infection. To ensure that students and teachers are able to safely participate in in-person instruction, it is recommended that all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools wear masks and practice social distancing when possible. More information on the CDC prevention in K-12 schools can be found on the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/k-12-guidance.html By completing this form, you are giving permission for your student to not wear a face covering while at school. This permission does not apply to any local, state or federal order, such as riding a school bus, or any TSSAA rule. A separate form must be completed for each student for whom you are giving permission.

Mon Aug 23 03:41 PM

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