Academics

At Gleason, we place great pride in the rigor and standards that will prepare your child for success in the future, no matter what avenue they choose to pursue after the PreK-12 setting.  In the grades 6-12 setting, we are on a seven period per day schedule that is divided into (6) six week grading periods.  Please see our bell schedule listed below:

Schedule A
1st Period 7:55-8:45
2nd Period 8:50-9:40 (Jr. Break 15 min. 3rd Period will conclude @ 10:50)
3rd Period 9:45-10:35
Break 10:35-10:50 (High School)
4th Period 10:55-11:45
5th Period 11:50-1:05
Lunch 11:50-1:05 (Junior High, 1st High School, 2nd High School)
6th Period 1:10-2:00
7th Period 2:05-2:55 (Bus students leave @ 2:50)
***Regular Schedule***
(Over 90% of our school year is on Schedule A to safeguard instructional time.)


Schedule B
1st Period 7:55-8:40
2nd Period 8:45-9:30 (Jr. Break 15 min. 3rd Period will conclude @ 10:35)
3rd Period 9:35-10:20
Break 10:20-10:35 (High School)
4th Period 10:40-11:25
Activity Period 11:25-11:45
5th Period 11:50-1:05
Lunch 11:50-1:05 (Junior High, 1st High School, 2nd High School)
6th Period 1:10-2:00
7th Period 2:05-2:55 (Bus students leave @ 2:50)
***Schedule B used for a 20 minute activity period***


Schedule C
1st Period 7:55-8:35
2nd Period 8:40-9:20 (Jr. Break 15 min. 3rd Period will conclude @ 10:20)
3rd Period 9:25-10:05
Break 10:05-10:20 (High School)
4th Period 10:25-11:05
Activity Period 11:05-11:45
5th Period 11:50-1:05
Lunch 11:50-1:05 (Junior High, 1st High School, 2nd High School)
6th Period 1:10-2:00
7th Period 2:05-2:55 (Bus students leave @ 2:50)
***Schedule C used for a 40 minute activity period***
 


On the left side of the page, you will find information pertaining to the various academic clubs/organizations of our school.  In addition, you will find important academic content from the guidance office and a link to all Tennessee State Standards.  The Student Resource tool will remain a work in progress.  It will be our goal to continually add links that will help you and your child practice on content areas, as well as, be able to use as a research tool.

The most important aspect of the academic process will be communication between the student, teacher and parents.  Please feel free to contact any member of our teaching staff if you have questions or need additional information in regards to your child's academic progress.