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    The administration of Crockett County Middle School would like to take this opportunity to inform you of our new morning arrival and afternoon dismissal procedures.  We have made the decision to change our procedures due to several concerns.  First, we feel strongly that the new procedures will increase the safety of our students.  Second, we want to ensure that each student is accounted for during the dismissal process.  Finally, we want to minimize the amount of time that parents must sit in the car rider line.  You will see a drastic increase in the number of adults supervising our students during car rider dismissal.


    Therefore, starting Thursday, January 6 the following will become our new arrival and dismissal procedures.

    1. 6th and 7th grade students will be dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon in front of the school as they always have.  Please enter the parking lot via the north entrance.
    2. 8th grade students will be dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon at the end of the new building between the middle school and the high school.  If an 8th grade student has a sibling in a lower grade, the lower grade student will go to the 8th grade hallway at dismissal and report to their sibling’s teacher.  If a 6th or 7th grade student is dropped off by a high school sibling, they may drop off at the 8th grade location as well.
    3. 8th grade parents, please form two lines after the bus exit.  Someone will be in the parking lot to help direct the traffic.  You will need to enter and exit the campus at our south entrance.
    4. We will dismiss car riders at 2:45 before the buses.  We hope this move will allow parents to get out of our parking lot prior to the high school students being dismissed.  With the move, we ask that no vehicles enter the bus loading zone from either direction.
    5. Buses will leave CCMS at 2:50 as normal.


    We ask that no one enter the campus using the center entrance. That will be an exit only for cars and an entrance for buses only.


    There is a visual posted on our Facebook page and our website.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding.  Working together, we can ensure that all students are dismissed safely, and all parents can get through our campus quickly.

    If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at the school.



    Mike Bell


    Crockett County Middle School

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Last Updated: 6/29/2018 1:55 PM


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Guidance Program


Crockett County Middle School Guidance Curriculum

·                        Academic skills support

·                        Organizational, study and test-taking skills

·                        Education in understanding self and others

·                        Coping strategies

·                        Peer relationships and effective social skills

·                        Communication, problem-solving, decision-making and conflict resolution

·                        Career awareness, exploration and planning

·                        Multicultural/diversity awareness

·                        Organization of Standardized Tests

·                        Scheduling/Record Keeping


Individual Student Planning

·                        Goal-setting/decision- making

·                        Academic planning

·                        Career planning

·                        Education in understanding of self, including strengths and weaknesses

·                        Transition planning


 Responsive Services

·                        Individual and small group counseling

·                        Individual/family/school crisis intervention

·                        Peer facilitation

·                        Consultation/collaboration

·                        Referrals


 System Support

·                        Professional development

·                        Consultation & Collaboration

·                        Program management and operation

 Counselors Collaborate With:

Parent information night 
Academic planning 
One-on-one parent conferencing 
Assessment results interpretation 
Resource referrals 
College/career exploration

Assistance with students’ academic plans 
Classroom guidance activities on study skills, career development, etc. 
Academic support, learning style assessment and education to help students succeed academically 
At-risk student identification and implementation of interventions to enhance success 
Parent communication/education

School climate 
Behavioral management plans 
School-wide needs assessment 
Student data and results 
Student assistance team building 

Peer support 
Academic support 
School climate 

Job shadowing, service learning 
Crisis interventions 
Career education



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National Bullying Prevention Center


Kids Against Bullying


Tennessee College and Career Planning System


Suicide Prevention


Transition to Middle School


Transition to Highschool


Resource Guide to Suicide Prevention

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