Obion County School District

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  • Obion County Board of Education

    The Obion County Board of Education office is located at 1700 North 5th Street in Union City, TN.
    The office is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    You may schedule appointments by calling 731-885-9743.

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  • First Lady Maria Lee Launches New Initiative

    First Lady Maria Lee, wife of Governor Bill Lee, launched her new initiative, Tennessee Serves, designed to promote volunteerism and service throughout the state this summer. She is calling on Tennessee’s elementary students to join her by participating in the #TNKidsServe Summer Challenge, between the dates of June 1-August 1.  Students who log the most hours will be invited to a fall celebration at the Tennessee Residence hosted by Governor and First Lady Lee. To review the program guidelines, register to participate, or learn about ways to serve visit https://www.tn.gov/firstlady  

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  • The Obion County Board of Education is now accepting applications for a Director of Schools.

    Applicants may click HERE to download an informational brochure that contains the expectations and requirements for this position. Applications will be accepted through June 7, 2019.

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  • Updated Dress Code Policy

    This dress code policy for Obion County Schools was revised during the school board meeting on April 8, 2019. The revised policy is effective immediately. You may click HERE to view or download a copy of the updated policy.

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  • 2019-2020 District Calendar Approved

    During the February board meeting, the board approved the calendar for 2019-2020. The calendar can be viewed and/or printed HERE.

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  • Tennessee State Report Card Now Available

    The Tennessee State Department of Education has redesigned the state report card. The report card is now avaliable for public use. You can view a wide variety of information about school districts and/or individual schools. You can click HERE to view the new state report card.

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