News and Announcements

District Updates Masking Policy Optional

In conjunction with the Shelby County Health Department’s new health directive, effective Monday, May 17, masks will become optional — for both students and employees — across Collierville Schools. This decision comes from the most recent announcements from both Governor Bill Lee and the Shelby County Health Department, changing the mask mandate from a requirement to a recommendation. Read all about it here:

Collierville Schools to add tenth school to its blueprint

Beginning August 2021, Collierville Schools will formally add a tenth school to its roster. Collierville Virtual Academy, employing a virtual instructional model, will welcome students in grades 3-12 for the upcoming school year. “I am proud of the work that went into building the virtual academy from the ground up last summer,” said Superintendent Gary Lilly. Read more here:

School Supply Information for 2021-2022

SES Families - Please click to find two PDFs regarding school supplies for next school year. One contains our School Supplies List and the other contains information about ordering a pre-packaged Kidz School Box.

SES - TCAP Test Tips for Parents

Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades will take TCAP from April 13th - April 21st. Please view the PDF of Test Tips for Parents created by Mrs. Burke and Mrs. McField.

Family Life: Puberty the Wonder Years

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).

TCAP Testing Schedule Now Solidified for Collierville Schools

Collierville Schools is preparing to administer the TCAP Testing for the 2020-2021 school year. In preparation for testing, we want to ensure that all stakeholders are aware of the testing windows.

Given the need to accommodate all students, both in-person and Collierville Virtual Academy (CVA), testing will look a little different than historically.
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