Award Year: 2019
Crockett Elementary School seeks to create opportunities for all students to reach their highest potential and become well-rounded individuals.
- Black/African American: 3%
- White: 82%
- Hispanic: 2%
- Asian: 8%
- Two or more races: 5%
Crockett Elementary School, a k-5 public school serving 646 students, is located in the heart of Brentwood, Tennessee, a suburban community within the award-winning Williamson County School District. The Crockett motto of "All In" encourages a growth mindset approach to teaching and learning. All members of the Crockett community work together to create opportunities for all students to reach their highest potential and become well-rounded individuals.
Our school focuses on preparing students to become independent, responsible, high-achieving, and knowledgeable citizens. The engaging staff at Crockett has high expectations and differentiates instruction for all students to ensure academic and personal success. We challenge students to grow intellectually and socially, while guiding them to independent thinking. Crockett's culture values academic accomplishments and joyful learning paired with deep student, teacher, and family relationships. CES is committed to instilling a sense of personal and collective pride within our student body, while promoting love for our school and community.
The CES tradition of academic excellence is evident by our commitment to rigorous instruction, differentiation, and student-centered curriculum design. Our knowledgeable faculty provides research-based instruction, on-going assessments, instructional scaffolding, and individualized learning opportunities. Crockett's restructuring of Response to Intervention (RTI) to What I Need (WIN) follows a walk to learn model allowing students at all levels time to engage in meaningful coursework. Instruction is also enhanced with STEM initiatives such as robotics, coding, and virtual reality experiences.
We are proud of the work ethic and dedication that have shaped our learning community for nearly 30 years. Collective efforts cultivate success in achieving our mission of fostering academic and personal accomplishment.