Parents! Are you having trouble with Google Meet or Google Classroom? Our district Instructional Coach, Loralee Price, is providing a helpdesk for parents this week! The links to join the live Google Meet are below:

Tuesday, September 1 at 9:00 am: Google Meet Training Session for Parents - 

Wednesday, September 2 at 1:00 pm: Google Classroom Training Session for Parents - 

Thursday, September 3 at 6:00 pm: Google Meet/Classroom Training Session for Parents - 


Registering for School


Welcome to Hawkins County Schools! Registering at a school within your zone is a simple process; even so, if you have questions regarding which school your child should attend, contact our Transportation Department at 272-7135 and they will be glad to assist you. Please read through the guide below to ensure you have the proper documentation when enrolling your child.

Pre-Kindergarten Registration - HCS believes in the power of Pre-K. Please visit our Early Learning Center website to find out more about our Pre-K program and if you meet the eligibility requirements.

What you need to know before registering for Kindergarten:

  • Birth Certificate (Copy)
  • Social Security Card (Copy)
  • Official Tennessee Certificate of Immunization 
  • Physical examination (within one year of beginning of school)
  • Proof of residency (current utility bill, lease, etc.)

Age Requirements - Kindergarten Eligibility:

  • To be eligible in 2020-2021 your child: Must be five years of age on or before August 15, 2020

Immunization Requirements:

  • An official Tennessee Certificate of Immunization is required for entry into school and is only available from a healthcare provider.  Please see our School Health Services website for a complete list of immunization requirements and forms.

New Student Enrollment 

Weekly Wildcat Workshop

Google Classroom Logo
Clever / Google Classroom Walkthrough

This is a guide for parents and students for how to access/ use Clever and Google Classroom

Thu Jul 30 01:01 PM

Welcome to Clinch School

Hawkins County Schools' graduates are prepared for college and career to enable them to become productive citizens and successful members of the workforce.  Hawkins County Schools recognizes that when families are engaged in their children's education, the students achieve higher grades, have better attendance and behavior, complete more homework and demonstrate a more positive attitude toward school. We believe that building meaningful and authentic partnerships with our families and communities is the best way to ensure our students' success in school, careers and life.