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Inspiring and Empowering Students

305 Fairlane Drive
Lafayette, Tennessee 37083
Pre-K, Kindergarten & First Grade


Read 20 minutes a day





Upcoming Events:

Friday, February 8-Friday, February 22- Cookie dough fundraiser in progress at Fairlane

Thursday, February 14- Class Valentine parties at 2:00

Friday, February 15- Progress Reports for the third nine weeks of school sent home

Monday, February 18- President's Day- No School

Monday, February 25-Friday, March 1- Scholastic Book Fair in the library.  Book Fair hours are as follows:  Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday:  8:00-3:15, Wednesday:  12:00-6:00, and Friday:  8:00-12:00.  Book Fair items may also be ordered online and shipped to your child at school free of charge.  Shop online at from February 20-March 6.

Monday, February 25- Grandparent's Day activities from 8:30-10:00 for the following classes:  Alyssa Francis, Juanita Holder, Evette Morgan, Chandra Stewart, and Savannah Taylor.

Tuesday, February 26- Grandparent's Day activities for the following classes:  Kendra Garmon, Teresa Gregory, Brittany Shaw, and Brandy Shoulders.

Wednesday, February 27- Parent-Teacher Conferences from 12:00-6:00.  Students do not attend school on this day.

Thursday, February 28- Grandparent's Day activities for the following classes:  Tami Barber, Paige Birdwell, Destiny Copass, and Karla Driver.

Monday, March 4-Thursday, March 7- Read Across America Week at Fairlane.  In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday, we will have four dress-up days this week.  The dress-up schedule is as follows:  Monday, March 4- Wear a HAT in honor of the book, The Cat in the Hat.  Tuesday, March 5- Wear PAJAMAS in honor of the book, The Sleep Book.  Wednesday, March 6- Wear WACKY, MISMATCHED CLOTHING in honor of the book, Wacky Wednesday.  Thursday, March 7- Students are encouraged to dress as their FAVORITE BOOK CHARACTER.

Friday, March 8- Professional Development Day for teachers- students do not attend school on this day.

Monday and Tuesday, March 11 &12- Kindergarten and 1st grade benchmark tests given

Tuesday, March 12- Spring pictures will be made


Macon County schools now have a hotline at 615-688-3333  for anyone who has information about a threat to schools, themselves, or others.  All tips submitted through the hotline will remain anonymous.






 New Information for Incoming Kindergarten Students:

Children entering Kindergarten shall be five (5) years of age on or before August 15 for the 2018-2019 school year T.C.A. 49-6-201(b)(3)




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Carroll Gunter


Office Staff
EIS/Bookkeeper: Kim Cook
Clerical/General Duty: Kristie Tucker
General Duty: Linda Bristol
Phone 615-666-2970  Fax 615-666-7477


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Click the IXL image above to visit the IXL Website!


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Click the image above to visit the Absences Add Up Website


The following policies can be found in our school handbook or by visiting

Dress Code, Code of Behavior & Discipline, Parent Involvement, Unsafe School Choice, Internet Usage, Student Discrimination



Parent Involvement Plan



Help us raise funds by visiting

Fairlane is a participating school with is an online shopping mall where over 400 nationally-known online merchants have agreed to give a percentage of sales to K-12 schools.  Companies like, Sears, Target,, and Oriental Trading Company are participants, as well as several nationally-known magazine titles.  SchoolStore is a great way to support your school when you shop at your favorite online merchants, and donations are also accepted. Students can also earn prizes when shoppers purchase items under our Fairlane school name!




It is the vision of the Macon County School System to provide all children with a safe and inviting environment to ensure their success.  We want to instill in each student high expectations, morals, and respect enabling them to graduate with the knowledge and skills to become productive and responsible citizens.


The Macon County School System inspires and empowers students to meet high academic standards, lead ethical lives, and demonstrate responsible citizenship.



Education, which is an on-going process that begins at birth and continues through the adult years, is the responsibility of educators, parents, businesses, and community populations.

All students have the right to educational opportunities that will provide them with the skills, knowledge, and resources which enable them to become healthy, successful, productive citizens.

Student achievement is directly related, but not limited to, a high degree of parental and community involvement through meaningful communication in planning and implementing educational programs and opportunities.

Our system maintains a high focus on improving the achievement of all students.



Learn about Tennessee's TENNderCARE program which promotes good health in children from birth until age 21.  



Labels for Education™ is an easy, fun way to help schools get free educational merchandise, including computers, sports equipment and musical instruments.  Please send box tops to your child's teacher.  Classrooms are collecting Campbell Soup labels and Tyson chicken coupons.