|Farragut Middle School Information|
Knox County's middle schools provide a smooth transition between elementary and secondary programs. They focus on the special needs of the preadolescent child. The instructional program places emphasis on the basic skills and provides opportunities for students to continue their general education and to discover special interests. The areas of language arts, reading, social studies, mathematics, and science are taught by a team of teachers, each specializing in one or more of these subjects. Art, computer literacy, technology education, health, music (choral, general, and instrumental), and physical education are taught by specialists in each subject area. School counselors help students develop personal and educational skills necessary for attainment of life goals.
Congratulations to 7th Grader Will Thorley the Farragut Middle School Spelling Bee Champion
Mr. Thorley also finished tied for 5th in Knox County out of 231 other school winners!
For your child's safety, we require a picture ID to be shown when you come to check out your child.
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Any person entering Farragut Middle School MUST CHECK IN
and get a visitor sticker from the main office.
Other Important Information
Schedule Changes for the 2013-2014 School Year
Starting next year, all middle schools in Knox County will be moving to a block schedule. At Farragut Middle, all academic classes will be meeting daily in 75 minute blocks (with Language Arts and Reading combined) and Related Arts will continue to meet daily in 45 minute blocks.
Will you be new to Farragut Middle this year?
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Outstanding Educator Nomination (Tyler Duke Foundation)
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Parents and Community Members,
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Dress Code Policy Cell Phone Policy
Acceptable Use of Electronic Media
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
FMS Fax Number (865) 671-7048
From the Principal