The CETL credential is an accurate measure of today's education technology leaders, identifying those who have mastered the framework skills and knowledge needed to bring 21st-Century skills to schools.
An informational meeting about a proposed cell tower at Collierville High School. Tower Ventures will facilitate the district forum discussion. The purpose of the meeting is to provide information to our families and to answer questions about the project proposed at Collierville High School.
Make meaningful connections at our annual Educator Career Fair on Tuesday, April 6, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Collierville High School. All (9) schools, from elementary to middle and high, are actively seeking industry expert educators to join the Collierville Schools family.
We are excited to work closely with our families as we begin the next instructional pieces under the Family Life curriculum umbrella: Puberty the Wonder Years. Please click the headline to learn more about the instructional materials and to complete the consent form(s).
The virtual curriculum model is now accepting pre-registration applications for the 2021-22 school year. Each application will be individually reviewed and must meet current enrollment guidelines and standards to be accepted into the program. Please click the headline to complete your child's application.
Dr. Gary Lilly names longstanding employee, Ms. Brandi Hynes as the next principal of Tara Oaks Elementary School. She will succeed Ms. Tricia Marshall, who is retiring at the end of June after a 42-year career in education, the last ten of which were spent as Tara Oaks Elementary’s third principal. Read all about it here.
Collierville High School is proud to announce your commencement exercises! With our evolving student enrollment in recent years, Collierville High School administration has set forth a path to seek a larger, more conducive event center to support our annual commencement exercises. In selecting a new event location, it was our top priority to source an event center that would support our continuous growth, while accommodating the current COVID-19 requirements and social engagement expectations.
Beginning, Monday, March 1st, all Collierville High School “hybrid learning” students will transition to “in-person” learners and receive live instruction four (4) days weekly. As a result, Collierville High School faculty will facilitate only two learning models for students: a) in-person (4 days weekly) or b) 100% virtual. In-person learners will receive instruction on the Collierville High School campus Mondays through Thursdays, and all students (under both learning models) will learn remotely on Fridays.