District News

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT)

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) has extended the application deadline for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) through July 13th. ALL Friendship, Gadsden and Maury City Elementary students are eligible to receive benefits. Crockett Middle and High School students who have qualified for Free and Reduced priced meals are eligible to apply.

Community Forum on Education and Covid-19

Andrea Bond Johnson, Candidate for House District 82, hosted a webinar with local Superintendents.

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Class of 2020 Star Student Video

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Class of 2020 Star Student Video

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Class of 2020 Academic Honors

Class of 2020 Academic Awards Slideshow

Class of 2020 Outstanding Student Awards

Outstanding Student Awards Video for the Class of 2020

Summer Feeding Schedule

Updated summer feeding program schedule. Children 18 and younger may receive a FREE breakfast and lunch meal Monday - Friday beginning May 26th through July 17th at one of our 7 site locations. 

Out of District Applications

Any out of district student previously enrolled in Crockett County Schools must submit out of district applications by June 5th, 2020.

Any new student that wants to apply to enroll in Crockett County Schools for school year 2020-2021 must submit out of district applications by June 30th, 2020. 

Applications can be mailed to the schools, emailed to each building principal, or turned in to the Crockett County Board of Education.  All decisions about out of district enrollment will be made after July 4th, 2020.

Interquest Detection Canines Interquest Canines

To the Crockett County Schools Parents, Faculty & Staff, 

Crockett County Schools always wants to stay on the forefront when it comes to school safety and ensuring the protection of our students. Currently, the school system works with the sheriff's department for yearly campus searches but the Board feels that searches done once a year are not effective preventive measures. The Crockett County School Board has entered into a contract with lnterquest Detection Canines to implement random and monthly searches on school campuses effective immediately. 

lnterquest Detection Canines provides passive, friendly, trained and certified dogs led by certified handlers to detect illicit substances and contraband including marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, alcohol, pills, gunpowder, ammunition and firearms. 

By conducting random and unannounced searches throughout the school year, students are less likely to bring illegal substances on campus. The lnterquest program is a deterrent. The whole point is to keep our campus safe and provide a learning environment free of illegal substances. Other schools using the lnterquest canine program have seen dramatic decreases in drugs and other illegal substances on campuses. 

As a parent, I want my child to attend school free of distractions so that he is able to reach his full potential. I want every student in the Crockett County School System to be given that same opportunity. 

Being proactive about student and school safety is a great reason to add lnterquest Detection Canines to our school safety program at Crockett County Schools. 

When our program starts in November, we will be happy to welcome Tim Teft and Sierra to our safety team. 

P.A. Pratt