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Our new web address is Please refer to that new site starting June 2, 2021. This site will not be updated moving forward. Click here for a link to our new website.

Registration information for 2021-2022 school year

All returning students can register online beginning May 1, 2021. Students new to Hamilton County can register June 1st. Click on the headline above for information on registering your child for school. Steps 1, 2 and 3 MUST be completed before your child can attend school. PLEASE read all of this information as many things have changed since last year.
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Summer Reading

Click on the headline above for a list of summer reading for the 2021-22 school year.
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Quarter 4 Exhibit Night

Exhibits will be viewed with students during the school day in homeroom class. Click on the headline above for the link to the Padlet or Slideshow so that you can view them together at home at a time which is most convenient for your family. We encourage you to gather around in front of the computer and celebrate your child’s hard work over the last quarter!
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It's time to order your 2020-21 yearbook!

We are nearing the deadline for purchasing 20-21 NP Yearbooks. This will be an unforgettable year, and your student will have the chance to remember their unique experience with a school yearbook. The deadline to order a yearbook, including two custom pages, is March 25th. Click on the headline above for directions for ordering a yearbook for your child's campus. Please be careful to make sure you order the correct book for either the Upper School or Lower School, as each campus has its own yearbook. Yearbooks will be mailed by the publisher directly to your homes. Thank you, and please email Mrs. Cox ( if you have any questions.
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Chattanooga Public Library cards

Library cards are available to K-8 Students who have never received a card from the Chattanooga Public Library. If your student does NOT have a library card click on the headline above to complete a permission form to request a Chattanooga Public Library Card for your HCDE student. This is the form we're using to collect information from the parents of students in order to assign them card numbers. PreK students are not eligible until they enroll in Kindergarten. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the HCDE Card Team at
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Donate to the Happy Cart and make a teacher Happy!

Sweet and Salty Treats are needed for the Happy Cart. Please make a teachers day today by donating individually wrapped chips, candy bars, granola, mixed nuts, popcorn, or Little Debbie's. Send in with your child on either campus. A "Happy Place" is set up every Friday!
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Gift Card Sale

The Holiday Gift Card sale is in full swing and deliveries are happening!! It's super easy to order. We are already running low on some denominations if you need 1-2 day delivery, but we will be getting more. If you think you will go to one of these restaurants this weekend, go ahead and order and we will get them to you! It's a win/win for everyone! Go to: or Venmo: @NormalPark-MuseumMagnet (Be sure to list details on Venmo)
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About Us

To cultivate wisdom and citizenship in all our students - preparing them for the future and challenging them to discover themselves and the world.
To instill lifelong intellectual curiosity, sound judgment and deep understanding by building a solid educational foundation based on meaningful exploration and discovery. We shall accomplish this through collaborative partnerships with parents, museums, and the community in a unique, creative and dynamic environment.
At Normal Park, every student is valued and recognized as having great potential. We value every student's diverse background and personality - socioeconomic, cultural, learning style and interest level. Individual nurturing and differentiated instruction helps us guide students in developing responsibility for themselves and others.
When working as a whole, we build off one another, become stronger, and make magic. This belief extends from students to teachers to parents to our community.
Our creativity fosters dynamic learning environments, innovation, authentic learning, motivation, and enjoyment. It leads us to experiment and stay curious, to demonstrate and exhibit, and to do the most with what we have.
It's the foundation of our curriculum. By creating environments that promote meaningful exploration and discovery, we facilitate engaging instruction which fosters a joy of learning and deep understanding of subjects.
Genuine enthusiasm for academic study, understanding and achievement is cherished at Normal Park. We strive to instill this passion in our students by paving a concrete academic foundation, setting high educational goals and celebrating their intellectual journey.
Through diligent effort, Normal Park has achieved great success. Still, we believe the best is yet to come. This outlook drives our confidence in our students and staff. It energizes us to lead, be progressive, work hard, and enjoy our efforts. Our hopeful nature is infectious and inspirational and makes our entire community stronger.