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If your child(ren) is returning to traditional learning from distance learning, we are asking for one school days' notice to provide teachers with the time to make the necessary adjustments in their classrooms.  Thank you for your cooperation. 
August 27, 2020


Thank you for an overall successful two plus weeks in Rutherford County.  While beginning school during a pandemic and offering a new model of instruction has had its challenges, we are committed to continually improving each and every day for our students, parents, teachers, and community.  While we understand that the majority of students and parents have developed a new routine in their current method of attending school and are becoming more successful each day, we also realize that a change may be needed in a few situations. 

If you have an urgent need, the deadline to request a change from traditional to distance learning or distance learning to traditional will be Thursday, September 3rd.  This will allow the schools and teachers an opportunity to truly focus on students attending school in each manner. 

If a change is not needed, no action is required. 

We realize the education of your child is one of the most important areas of a child and family‚Äôs life and that there is not a perfect choice for how your child will receive his/her education.  Please know we are committed to ensuring that the education they receive is of the highest quality regardless of how they attend school with us in RCS.

In order to sign your child up for distance learning for the 1st nine weeks (minimum) you will fill out the form below and email the completed form to Mrs. Tibbs at tibbsc@rcschools.net. or 615-904-6710 ext. 25908


Students in grades PK-8 who need a laptop to use at home during this time, will need to fill out an equipment check out form.  When you send in the form to sign up for distance learning, include that you need a laptop in the email to Mrs. Tibbs.  
Students in grades 9-12 have been issued a laptop to take home with them each day that they may use for distance learning. 
Please direct questions about specific content to your child's teachers and see the homepage for technical support for distance learners.