Preparing for the new school year can seem overwhelming. Collierville Schools has created a Parent and Student New School Year Guide to best prepare your family for the August 9 return to school. Click the headline to access our new school year guide.
Collierville Schools is seeking feedback from all constituents to help drive how the district should best utilize these resources to address instructional needs and ongoing COVID-19 recovery. We appreciate your valuable feedback as we work together to support our students, staff, and community.
Please complete the below survey by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 1, 2021.
Director of Schools Dr. Gary Lilly is pleased to share his appointment for the newly created Data and Assessment Supervisor position. Mrs. Beth Robbins will lead the district’s data and assessment functions and responsibilities on July 1st.
Director of Schools Dr. Gary Lilly named Mr. Tyler Salyer principal of West Collierville Middle School. Salyer will succeed Mrs. Beth Robbins, who will transition to Data and Assessment Supervisor at Central Office.
Collierville Schools is pleased to announce, Coach Crystal Williams, a physical education teacher at Bailey Station Elementary School (BSES), was named as the Southern District Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year by SHAPE America — Society of Health and Physical Educators. "Williams, with her upbeat and charismatic approach to instruction, has built a web of connectivity across the school campus," said Principal Ms. Deanna Jones. Read the full press release here:
Happy Summer Break, Collierville Schools! If your family is visiting this digital page, your child(ren) is new to the Collierville Schools system and is assigned to one of our 10 schools for the 2021-2022 school year. To register your child(ren) as a new student at one of our schools, you will need to complete either the digital enrollment data request and proof of residence portal opening June 14th at 8:00 a.m.
This week, Collierville Schools was named one of 21 school districts in the state, awarded the new Innovative High School Models Grant by the Tennessee Department of Education. “It is the perfect time to be a dragon,” said Superintendent Dr. Gary Lilly. “The Innovative High School Models grant will allow our students to soar to new heights, both academically and professionally, while fostering deeper connections with our local industry experts.” Read more here about how Collierville Schools is bringing career readiness to its landscape:
As we continue to prepare for next year's academic operations, rising 6th-12th graders that wish to participate in the upcoming athletic activities must complete and upload to DragonFly a completed 2021-2022 Sports Physical Exam Form for your child(ren). Please click the headline to access the form. If you have any questions about the required documentation, please reach out to Collierville Schools' District Athletic Director, Mr. Jeff Curtis, at email@example.com. Please use this link to access the DragonFly digital upload: https://www.dragonflymax.com
In conjunction with the Shelby County Health Department’s new health directive, effective Monday, May 17, masks will become optional — for both students and employees — across Collierville Schools. This decision comes from the most recent announcements from both Governor Bill Lee and the Shelby County Health Department, changing the mask mandate from a requirement to a recommendation. Read all about it here: