Welcome to Battle Academy, a Magnet School of Excellence 


Need more to talk about at the dinner table than just "How was your day?"

Check out your child's lesson plans for the week under the forms tab and ask how fractions in math went!  


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 Please make sure your phone numbers are current so we can reach you in an emergency. Call our office at 423/209-5747 to update your information.


 Find the latest newsletters and STARS Helping Hand newsletter on the School Publications tab.

Find the HCDE calendar and our assessment calendar on the Forms tab along with weekly grade level lesson plans.

Battle STAR Students follow our STAR behavior plan as part of our School Wide Positive Behavior Supports initiative. 


 Instruction starts promptly at 8:05AM. Parking around the school is extremely limited; allow a few extra minutes to make sure your child arrives on time. An adult must sign in any child entering the building after 8:05AM. Please show other drivers the same courtesy you hope they will show you. Remember that spaces reserved for the UTC Children's Center and for those with handicapped parking tags or placards are not available for Battle parents (unless you have handicapped parking documentation). The parking lot at The Grocery Bar is reserved for Grocery Bar customers; please do not park there.

 

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School Events
3/30/2015 to 4/3/2015
•  Spring Break



Math Support Session for Parents a HUGE Hit!   
We had a great turnout for both the K-2 and 3-5 parent math support sessions.  Second grade parent Mrs. Gorrill stated,...

Battle Academy Teachers win UNUM grant to start Environmental Club!   
Congratulations to Mrs. Hoover, Mrs. Drumm. Ms. Swoope, and Mrs. Williams for writing and receiving a Unum Strong Schools grant!...
Mrs. Hoover, Mrs. Drumm, Ms. Swoope, and Mrs. Williams attended an awards luncheon at Unum to accept their grant.

Dr. Shock from EPB makes learning fun with 3rd grade!   
Dr. Shock and other representatives from EPB worked with third grade students to make learning about electricity fun. Both students...
Students had a "hair-raising" good time!