I just want to say the alternative school was great for my 8 year old boy who has Aspergers syndrome which has behavior problems in a public school.My son was only there for 13 days and did very well I as a parent was not very pleased about sending him there but just to watch my son be excited about going to school and loving it it was the best thing I could have done for him. He loved the principal and his teacher because they made him feel safe and ' not picked on by other teachers'. When my son left he begged us to send him back .. So for the other parents who were like me who was not a happy camper about sending there child to the Alternative School please think about your child and there needs . Like I said it was the best thing for my son.
Hamblen County Alternative School is a public high school in Morristown. The principal of Hamblen County Alternative School is Tami Morelock, who can be contacted at TMORELOCK@HCBOE.NET. 28 students attend Hamblen County Alternative School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Multiracial. The ratio of students to teachers at Hamblen County Alternative School is 8:1. Morristown East High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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