Happy New Year Collierville Schools families and staff! We are so excited to welcome our students and families back to school on Wednesday, January 6. We believe 2021 will be a strong year full of excellence and academic achievements. Welcome back students, families, and staff!
We are so proud to see immediate past Chairman, Mr. Mark Hansen nominated for Person of the Year and Collierville Schools Nurses nominated for Healthcare Provider of the Year! Congratulations to all of the nominees throughout Collierville!
Based on the significant increase in COVID-19 related new cases across Shelby County, Collierville Schools administration will maintain the hybrid learning model for students and staff at Collierville High School through January 2021. Hybrid students (last name A-K) return to the school campus on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.
Collierville, Tennessee (December 3, 2020) – We are excited to announce The Tennessee Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) Board of Directors announced Collierville Schools Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Anita Hays to the office of Southeastern Association of School Business (SABO) Representative for the 2020-2021 academic year. Additionally, Ms. Hays earned the designation of Certified Municipal Finance Officer (CMFO) in November 2020.
A local farmer Betty Robertson of Collierville was recently awarded an America’s Farmers Grow Communities donation, sponsored by the Bayer Fund, and directed the donation to Collierville Middle School. Read all about here.
Earlier today you may have received a text and/or e-mail communication regarding the return of students to in-person instruction on Monday, November 30th. The content of those messages, which were composed prior to the Thanksgiving holiday and scheduled for delivery this weekend, is being replaced with the following. We apologize for the understandable confusion.
Collierville Schools administration has been notified of five (5) confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Collierville High School this week. The high school administration and Shelby County Health Department investigators are in the process of notifying close contacts to these students, and the individuals will be asked to quarantine.
Collierville Middle School is experiencing an increasing number of COVID-19 positive cases with (5) active cases and a large number of quarantined staff and students.
The safety, security, and wellbeing of our school community is our top priority as we continue to respond to the virus. As such, Collierville Middle School in-person learning will temporarily transition to remote learning on Monday, November 16, 2020 - November 20. Students will return to in-person learning on Monday, November 30, 2020, following the Thanksgiving intersession. Collierville Middle School CVA learning and functions will continue as normal.
** This temporarily transition to remote learning model only impacts Collierville Middle School **