Grainger County Schools is pleased to inform you that your student is invited to participate in  this year’s Summer Learning Camp or Middle School Summer Bridge Camp. These free programs were made possible by the Tennessee Learning Loss Remediation and Student Acceleration Act which was approved by the Tennessee General Assembly in January 2021 and is designed to support students whose learning was interrupted by COVID-19.

 Our Summer Camp is a 4-week program that will begin on Tuesday May 30 and will run through June 22 (provided TDOE approves our plan) for a total of 16 days.  Students will attend each day from 8:00 until 3:00. 

·         Week 1 -  May 30-June 2

·         Week 2 -  June 5-8

·         Week 3 -  June 12-15

·         Week 4 -  June 19 - 22

Breakfast and lunch will be served each day.  Bus transportation will be available for students that attend camp. Routes may be limited and students may have to use pick up points to ride the buses.

 For eligible students, a camp day will consist of

  • 4 hours of reading, writing, and math instruction
  • 1 hour of intervention
  • 1 hour of play
  • 1 hour of S.T.R.E.A.M. instruction.

    “S.T.R.E.A.M.” programming will focus on Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts and Math.


    Please complete the registration form and return to your child’s school OR complete the online form at  as soon as possible to be considered for enrollment. 


We are excited to provide this opportunity, and we hope your child will participate!


Every Child! every day! A Success!

Our Mission at Bean Station Elementary School is to assist each student in mastering academic and social learning goals at each grade level in a safe and positive environment.

The Vision of Bean Station Elementary School is to foster an environment that encourages students, teachers, and the community working together providing a safe, nurturing school where every individual can be successful.

 We believe...

 Teachers should incorporate a variety of learning activities to support various levels of multi-intelligences through curriculum, instructional practices, and educational research.

  • Assessment practices should drive teachers' instructional strategies in the classroom.
  • That every student should have an opportunity for challenging instruction and high expectations that are based on proven practices and educational research.
  • Teachers, administrators, parents and community members should al share in the decision making process.
  • Every student should feel successful everyday.
  • Students will become responsible for their own learning. enabling them to become contributive citizens.
  • It is essential to have policies in place to provide a safe, drug-free, and disciplined environment for all students, staff and community.
  • In providing educational programs that will prepare students for an ever changing technological world.