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Get ready! School starts Aug. 6.  Click for MNPS site 

About our School
Dress Code

Shirt colors are no longer limited. Any solid color shirt with a collar is now acceptable.
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Important Dates: 
  • Feb. 12   Progress Report #3
  • Feb. 12-21   Writing Assessment- 3rd Grade
  • Feb. 24-28   Writing Assessment- 4th Grade
  • Feb. 17   No School- Teacher PD
  • Feb. 21   70's Dance  6:30-8:30
  • March 7   Classroom Group Pictures  8:30 
  • March 7   4th Grade vs. Faculty Basketball Game - Croft Middle School 6:30 
  • March 17-28   Spring Break
  • March 18, 19, 20   Spring Intercession
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Our school is a participant in the Tennessee Coordinated School Health Program. Learn more about the CSH Program.


Welcome to Crieve Hall Elementary School

Welcome to Crieve Hall Elementary, Home of the Cardinals and where "Success is Our Goal." Please browse our website to learn more about Crieve Hall and all the exciting learning activities going on here!

News from the Hall...

All Hands on Deck: Tardies and Absences Add Up!
Tardies have DRASTICALLY dropped from a high of 56 to 23 since the beginning of this semester! 
A growing body of research reveals the prevalence of chronic tardies and absences and their critical role in student achievement. One of the most important aspects of school is that it is organized, scheduled, and predictable. Students depend on the structure of the day. They know where they have to be and when. They know the main purpose for being in school is to learn and that routines are in place precisely to help them focus on that learning. When students are repeatedly tardy, these routines are disrupted. Children who are often late have trouble settling in and mastering routines. Tardiness can throw off their whole morning or even their day, especially if the late commute to school was stressful.
Research shows that frequent tardiness is associated with lower grades and lower scores on standardized tests. It is also linked to low graduation rates. In addition, students who are routinely late at the elementary and middle school levels are more likely to fail in high school - or even drop out. In many classrooms, particularly at the elementary level, morning routines are critical to daily lessons. Warm-up activities may introduce topics that will be learned later in the day, or review work offers students an opportunity to review previously learned skills. Please help us out by having your child at school, ON TIME, every day! 8:00-3:00

Hold Everything And Read Together

Be sure to have your student keep a log of their nightly reading and turn it into their teacher on the H.E.A.R.T. Reading Log! 

Coffee for Prospective Croft Parents: 
Wednesday, February 19th  9:15-10:00

Come meet and greet the staff of Croft Middle School and former Crieve Hall parents who are current Croft parents. Find out all the great activities and learning going on at the Zoo School! 

The Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, color, age, and/or disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services, or activities. MNPS does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. Contact MNPS ADA Coordinator at 259-8531.

MNPS maintains an official complaint procedure that complies with the standards set aside by Federal Programs under No Child Left Behind. Complaints regarding Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (SES) are covered under this procedure. It can be found by clicking on Complaint Process.
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