Collierville Schools

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Tennessee Department of Education Reduces Testing Time by 30 Percent - Click Here for more details.
 

Superintendent's Corner

JOHN S. AITKEN, SUPERINTENDENT 
COLLIERVILLE SCHOOLS
 
We are excited to begin the second year of Collierville Schools.  Our first year was one of milestones and accomplishments, and this school year promises to be another successful one.  We are so proud of the academic accomplishments during our first year.  We now enter a year of change, particularly in the area of assessments and curriculum standards.  Our administrators and teachers have been diligent in attending meetings and workshops to prepare for TN Ready, the new student assessment model which will replace TCAP.  We will continually post and send to all schools updated information regarding the new assessments.  Please feel free to contact your student's school or our Curriculum department with any questions or concerns.

The new school year has started successfully - our district student enrollment at the end of the first week is approximately 8000 students, and we are confident that the count will continue to grow.  We are also continuing the preliminary work as we move forward toward the new Collierville High School facility.  I am so appreciative of the support of our parents, students, staff members, and Town officials during the recent new school campaign.  We will continue to update you on new developments as we move into the development and preconstruction phase of the project.  This promises to be an exciting time in our Town and school district.

We look forward to another exciting successful year. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at cssuperintendent@colliervilleschools.org

Go Dragons!

Mr. A.

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News & Announcements

Pre-K Program Awarded to Collierville Schools

Pre-K is an educational program that is purposed to provide four-year-old children identified as being educationally and economically at-risk with access to a quality educational environment, in hopes of preparing them for future educational success. The program is of no cost to the parents/guardians. Funding for the Pre-K program is determined by the State of Tennessee on an annual basis. Collierville Elementary School will house this program, during the 2016-2017 school year.
Click above to learn more about eligibility and the application process!

Durham School Services is Hiring

Durham is now hiring for Collierville, Germantown & Memphis. The company offers Free CDL Training and other benefits which include tuition assistance, medical & 401K. Starting pay for qualified drivers is 12.63 an hour. Please contact Durham at (901)861-0256 or (901)381-1072.

Administrative Office Temporary Move

Our Administrative Office, 146 College Street, will be moving to other locations starting on Tuesday, May 31 due to construction. This move will last most of the summer. See the information below for details on how to reach various offices.

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Upcoming Events

Teacher's Return and Administrative Training
Date: 8/1/2016
Teacher's Return and Administrative Training
Date: 8/2/2016
Orientation Day
Date: 8/2/2016, 12 PM 7 PM
Location: All Schools
Teacher's Return and Administrative Training
Date: 8/3/2016
Teacher's Return and Administrative Training
Date: 8/4/2016
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