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May Dates 


May 1:  GOTG/BAM Mud Run

May 2:  Teacher Appreciation Day

May 6:  PAEA  Awards 

May 7:  Inflatable Day

            4-H Campers Meeting  5:00 in Cafeteria

May 9:  Decades Day

May 10:  Dollywood-6th Grade

               1st Grade Field Trip

               CBM-Grades 2, 3, 4

May 13:  Inflatable Day

               Senior Walk 9:00

May 14:  Kindergarten and 4th Grade Field Trips

               6th Grade Walk and Day on the Hill

May 16:  3rd and 5th Grade Field Trips

May 17:  Early Dismissal (1/2 Day-11:30)

May 20: Olympic Day

May 21:  Awards Day in the Cafeteria

                 9:00 - Kindergarten

                10:30 - 1st Grade

                12:45 - 2nd Grade

May 22:  Awards Day in the Cafeteria

                 8:45 - 6th Grade

                 10:30 - 4th Grade

                 12:45 - 5th Grade

                  2:00 - 3rd Grade 

May 22:  2nd Field Trip

May 23:  Teacher Work Day-No school for students!

May 24:  Last Day of School!  (1/2 Day-11:30)



Virtual Days

The state has approved for school districts to have two virtual days this semester.  March 5th will be one of those days and the second day will be a day when school is not in session due to safety concerns.  Students are currently being provided with assignments to complete on days when school is not in session and this process will continue on virtual days. These assignments review and reinforce skills that have been taught in the classroom and allows the student to work somewhat independently from his/her teacher.  If a virtual day is announced, meals will be served at each school and students who want to participate must go to their home school for meals.  All Kids’ Country Child Care students will eat meals at Mountain City Elementary.   Students will be required to go through the cafeteria line, punch in their number, and eat meals in the cafeteria.  Breakfast will be served from 8:00-9:00 and lunch will be served from 11:00-12:00 both days.  Sorry but this cannot be a Grab and Go breakfast/lunch.  Parents who choose for their child to participate will drop off/pick up students at the cafeteria doors for thirty minutes during the scheduled breakfast and lunch times.  Parents may also sit with their child/children in the cafeteria during each meal by following the visitor sign in procedure in the office.  Meals will only be provided on virtual days.  Please call the school office at 727-2621 if you have questions. Thanks!

Teacher of the Year

Mountain City Elementary is pleased to announce its “Teachers of the Year” for the school year, 2024-2025.  Representing grades PreK-4th is Mrs. Allison Hagaman, and Mrs. Alexandra Theriault has been selected to represent grades 5th-6th and specialty areas.

Family Support Services 

Support is here for you and your family! Click on this link if you need more information 

Johnson County School System Family Resource Center
Serving families of the Johnson County School District

What is the Family Resource Center?
The Family Resource Center is a center within the Johnson County School System

(a support hub) that provides services to strengthen families’ abilities to support
academic and life success of all students.
Assisting Families in Need:
In order to assist families in need, the FRC has the following items on hand:
 Laundry supplies
 Hygiene products
 Household cleaning supplies
 School supplies
The FRC will make referrals and help with access to other services such as:
 Food
 Clothing
 Mental health issues
 Behavioral issues
 Academic tutoring
The FRC can also assist families with school-age children who live in our district and are experiencing
homelessness. We can help families with:
 Completing homeless paperwork that will assist in getting school supplies for your child
 Referrals for food and clothing
 All other services mentioned
The FRC encourages family-school-community partnerships because we know that schools,
families, and communities all contribute to overall student success. The best results come
when all three work together. The FRC supports the success of every student and helps parents
and caregivers in every effort to promote learning and successful child development.

Contact Information:

Edna Miller, FRC Director



Keesha Rhudy

Johnson County School System
Family Resource Center
211 North Church Street
Mountain City, TN 37683


MCE Handbook 

To find our school handbook  Go to "Menu" on the right hand side, then press "school forms" and it is the first on the list 

You can also click here

Supply Lists 

Please click under "school forms" under the "menu" tab on the top right or click here 

Skills and Resource List

Want to help your student at home? Check out our grade level skills and resources! Click here



Please see our attached newsletter 


A Message from Our Principal

Mountain City Elementary is a great place to be and what a pleasure it is to welcome you back for the 2023-2024 school year!  It is truly an honor to work together with such talented and dedicated staff, students, families, and school community.  We are proud of our heritage and tradition and are focused on the total development of every Pre-K/Head Start through sixth grade student.  We will continue to work together to create a safe environment for teachers to teach and students to learn.

The current challenge of educating our students is faced with optimism as we focus on continuing to meet the needs of all students through virtual and in person learning.  At Mountain City Elementary we work hard, we play hard, and we celebrate!  We are proud and appreciative that families entrust us with the opportunity to educate the children of our district.  Our strong partnership with parents and community is valued and more than ever families are urged to be active participants in educating our children. We are committed to excellence in education and are focused on having another great year!  


Gay Triplett, Principal