Like with anywhere, if you’re thinking about moving to Watertown and you have children, one thing you think about is education. Watertown has three schools: one high school, one middle school, and one elementary school. Let’s start with the high school, but before that, the menu. All three schools are home to athletics team known as the Purple Tigers. Unsurprisingly, the mascot is a purple tiger.
The county’s nutrition program includes free meals for all students (if applicable during the given school year); its nutrition standards are tough enough that you needn’t be worried for your child’s health. The menu includes milk, fruits, vegetables, proteins, and grains. Furthermore, all prospective meals must meet further requirements: age-appropriate calorie limits; larger-than-usual servings of vegetables and fruits, including that all students must take at least one serving of produce; a wider-than-usual variety of vegetables, such as dark green and red/orange vegetables as well as legumes; fat-free or 1% milk, if applicable; more whole grains; and also less sodium.
Watertown High School is located at 9360 Sparta Pike, Watertown, Tennessee 37184. It has three people filling principal roles: the principal, Darian Brown; and two assistant principals, Emily Adkisson and Ryan Hill respectively. Its hours are 7:50 A.M. to 2:50 P.M. (7:50 to 14:50 in 24-hour time).
Watertown Middle School is located at 515 West Main Street, Watertown, Tennessee 37184. It has two people filling principal roles: the principal, Kayla Price; and the assistant principal, Shannon Carney. Its hours are 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., shared with the elementary school (8:00 to 15:00 in 24h time).
Watertown Elementary School is located at 751 West Main Street, Watertown, Tennessee 37184. It has two people filling principal roles: the principal, Dr. Donna Shaffer; and the assistant principal, Kathleen Davis.
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