The vision of Haywood County Schools is that all students, under the guidance of a passionate and qualified staff, will be equipped with the academic and social skills needed to be successful and productive citizens.  
Power Student and Parent Portal

District Code for Parent Portal is DZKQ.
If you need your password reset, please email

Power Teacher Portal

Documents on this web site require Adobe Reader.
get adobe reader



Haywood County’s own Superindendent Hassell has been asked to serve on the Early Literacy Supports Framework for the Tennessee Department of Education. Here is the message he received:
The Tennessee Department of Education is launching its Early Literacy Supports Framework and will be forming an advisory council to help ensure that our work positively impacts Tennessee children and increases literacy performance across the state. We believe your expertise would be beneficial in moving this critical work forward and would be honored if you would serve on this council for the next two years. The launch meeting for this council will be in February. The Early Literacy Supports Framework is comprised of five key components: district adoption and implementation of high-quality instructional materials, the training and certification of K-2 teachers in the “science of reading,” vendor-based implementation support, a K-2 diagnostic for tracking formative data, and family engagement supports. This advisory council will help steer policy decisions, implementation feedback, and statewide coherence.
“I am excited about the opportunity to serve in this capacity because of the work that we are doing in Haywood County with our EL Education implementation and intervention work” said Hassell.



HCS is extremely thankful for being selected as a ‘highlight district’ in the Knowledge Matters National Tour! High-quality instructional materials (HQIM) provide equitable learning opportunities for each HCS student. We look forward to sharing the hard work, progress, and next steps of our teachers, students, and administrators.

The 2019-2020 Haywood County School Board meetings will be: February 13, 2020, March 12, 2020, April 9, 2020, May 14, 2020, and June 11, 2020.

Useful Information

Haywood County Schools
900 E. Main St., Brownsville, TN 38012 (731) 772-9613
The Haywood County Schools website includes links to individual K-12 schools and the early childhood education program.
Twitter - Haywood County Schools@Haywoodschools, Instagram - Haywood County Schools, Facebook - Haywood County Schools.


Superintendent of Haywood County Schools, Joey Hassell welcomes pupils back for the 2017-2018 school year.

Read More

Meet the Board

Meet the Board members responsible for overseeing the running of Haywood Schools.

Read More

School Board Agenda

Haywood County Schools Board Meetings where our school Agenda is discussed.

Read More

Meet the Administration

Names and contact details for everyone responsible for the Haywood County Schools system.

Read More

School Calendar

View useful information such as school breaks and progress reports forall 14 of the schools in within Haywood County.

Read More

Healthier Haywood Meals

Nutrition standards for school meals require that students must select at least ½ cup fruit and/or vegetable at breakfast and lunch.

Read More


The Haywood County Board of Education is actively seeking teachers and other staff across the school system.

Read More

Code of Ethics

Read our Code of Ethics which is bound by all teachers in the Haywood County Schools system.

Read More

Federal Programs

Details on the federal programs of the Haywood County Schools system, including complaints, grievances, discrimination policies and more.

Read More

Community Links

Links and contacts for the Mayor, Chamber of Commerce and Brownsville County.

Read More

Curriculum & Instruction

The Office of Curriculum and Instruction assists district personnel in improving classroom instruction through the development, revision, and training of Tennessee State Standards.

Read More

Coordinated School Health

Health advice by our school nurses, healthy and fun recipes for parents, kids and teenagers.

Read More

News Archive

Links and contacts for the Mayor, Chamber of Commerce and Brownsville County.

Read More


Details of libraries and resources available to our students.

Read More


Details on transportation for students in the Haywood County district.

Read More

Assessment Calendar

Details on the Haywood County Schools Assessment Calendar.

Read More

Textbook List

View our Haywood County Schools textbook list.

Read More


View the TNReady page with lots of helpful information and tips for parents and students.

Read More


Haywood County Schools Technology Acceptable Use Policy

Read More

Public Chapter 644

This document includes a summary of the state laws that provide explicit rights to parents, legal guardians, or students

Read More


Haywood County Extended Learning Program has a mission is to provide challenging before- and after-school activities that will meet the academic, recreational, cultural, social, and safety needs of the students of Haywood County.

Read More

Forms & Applications

Forms and Applications for Haywood County Schools Employees

Read More
More News


School Internet Policies

All students are subject to our School Internet Policy.

Read More

Dress Code Policy

HCS District Standard Dress Code Policy

Read More

School Board Policy

Haywood County Schools Board Policy can be seen here.

Read More


According to State law TCA 49-6-5005, schools are to provide parents and guardians with information about meningococcal disease and the effectiveness of vaccination against meningococcal disease. Per the CDC Vaccine Information Statement, Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness and is the leading cause of bacterial meningitis in children 2 through 18 years old in the United States. The good news is that a vaccine is available.