We miss our students during this Covid-19 shutdown. We hope to see everyone very soon!
While nothing can replace face-to-face interaction with an educator, access to instructional materials is essential during an extended closure. Beginning the week of April 6, 2020, RCS will offer optional assignments and activities to keep students engaged throughout the COVID-19 shutdown. New assignments will be added for each week of the shutdown. Also, BHS teachers in all content areas will be sharing supplemental resources via their websites and will provide feedback on submitted assignments, although a grade will not be given.
Parents, if you need anything, please do not hesitate to call or email. We will take care of you!
Mr. Lawless has been in education 32 years. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from East Tennessee State University and his Masters of Administration degree from Trevecca Nazarene University. He began as a math teacher and basketball coach at Brentwood High School before moving on to Lincoln County High School and then Crockett County High School. When Blackman High School opened in 2000, Mr. Lawless came as one of the original staff members as he continued to teach math and coach basketball. Mr. Lawless became as assistant principal in 2006. Go Blaze!
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Junior class Assistant Principal