Superintendent Troy Marnholtz

(660) 678-2511

Principal Jennifer Corson

(660) 678-4511


Principals' Newsletter Archive

Does your class have the most school spirit? PROVE IT! Next week you will have the opportunity to show that your class has the best school spirit by participating in a contest. You will be able to buy a link to your class’s chain for $0.25. You can buy as many links as you want. The class with the longest chain (most links) will demonstrate to the rest of the school that their class is indeed the best and has the most school spirit. Class chains will be hanging up for display so you can check on your classes’ progress daily. Winner will be announced Friday, February 22nd at the PEP Assembly! Links go on sale starting Monday, February 1st and will be sold in the gym in the mornings all week long. For middle school and high school students you may also purchase them during Tribe Time by seeing Mrs. Murphy. Remember to bring your money next week and show the whole school that your class has the most school spirit! See Mrs. Murphy with any questions. GO INDIANS!

Courtwarming is February 5th.

A free community pep rally will be held on February 4th from 6:00 - 7:30 in the gym and will be followed by a parade, weather permitting. For more information about the pep rally, click here.

This year's theme is Under The Stars.

Monday, February 1st—Star Gazing Day—When do you look at the stars?  At night, of course!  Wear your coziest star-gazing pajamas.
Tuesday, February 2nd—Wildest Dreams Day—Who are you in your dreams?  Do you dream about your future, or do you dream that you’re rich and famous?  Show us your dream-time alter ego.
Wednesday, February 3rd—Shine Like a Star Day—Wear your brightest and sparkliest clothes to show how bright your star shines!
Thursday, February 5th—All Star Day— Get your game on and wear your favorite all-star team jerseys or colors.

Friday, February 6th—Get fired up for our pep rally in red and white!

The Indian Athletic Boosters will be having a special dinner during our Courtwarming games. Dinner will consists of pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, bread and dessert. The cost will be $6 per plate. Come support our athletes on February 5th!

The Courtwarming Dance will be held immediately following the game on Feb 5th and last until 11:00. Admission is $3/person or $5 per pair. There is a sign for playlist suggestions on the library door.

The Chilhowee Indians Cheerleaders are selling one of a kind t-shirts, especially designed for Courtwarming. Contact any cheerleader or the office for your t-shirt order. T-shirts are only $17 or $20.

The cheerleaders are hosting a mini cheer clinic on February 13th. The cost is $25 per person and includes a t-shirt, snack, and drink. For more information, click here.

Leeton High School is hosting a community FAFSA night for families of graduating seniors on February 9th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.

This event will enable seniors and their families to apply for financial aid and get information about paying for higher education.

For more information on how to RSVP and prepare for this event, click here.

 Show Support for Mrs. Rehn and Mr. Coach Murphy as they have been nominated for ‘LifeChanger of the Year’!  Go to their individual websites and leave comments for each of them letting them know what they mean to you, our students and our community.  The community that shows that most support will be honored with the LifeChanger Spirit Award.  The LifeChanger Spirit Award recognizes the nominee whose community shows the most spirit and rallies behind the nominee to recognize their positive influence and leadership.

Support Mrs. Rehn

Support Coach Murphy

Yearbooks are on sale now for $25 each. You can also preorder your 2016 yearbook for $30. See Mrs. Askew for details.

Please note that per HB-300 regulations, MSHSAA has released its annual Interscholastic Youth Sports Brain Injury Report regarding the impact of student athlete concussions and head injuries and the efforts that have been made to minimize damages from school sports injuries on the MSHSAA website. This report is located by going to and then going to the SPORTS MEDICINE TAB.

Help our school! We collect Box Tops, Pop tabs, Campbell's Soup Labels, Prescription medicine bottle lids, Best Choice and Always Save labels, and some electronics that need to be recycled. Call the school for more details.

Shop at and enter fundraiser code 251041. We recieve 40% of all profits and orders can be placed at any time of the year.

Once again, we are participating in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's School & Youth Programs Pennies for Patients fundraising drive. For more information, click here.





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