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Crockett’s Specials Classes

Crockett students attend art, music, and library once a week and physical education twice each week. Our guidance teacher circulates among the grade levels visiting each class four times a year.

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Artsonia & Volunteers

Hello CES Parents,

The art room is a busy place to be:

  • 2nd -5th graders have eight art centers.
  • 1st will have three centers
  • Kindergartens are still exploring choice making.

If another parent has signed up, you are always more than welcome to “show up” and join the fun!

Artwork will be sent home in December and the last week of school. Select pieces will be entered in the Frist Museum and Franklin Art Festival and returned at a later date.

A few art contests will be offered throughout the year. If unfinished during art class, I offer the some supplies for students to work on at home.

Thank you for enjoying the Arts! Mrs. Jahnig


Physical Education
Our first semester focuses on cooperative games, learning and practicing skills, and our Fall Fun Run: running, skipping, walking, and jogging on the C E S track. Students then gather under the new pavilion for popsicles.

Parents are welcome to join their child during the child’s scheduled run. 2019 fall dates TBA.

Questions? Contact: Ms. Riggs or Ms. Young.

  • 9:30 – 10:15 Second Grade
  • 10:30 – 11:15 3rd Grade
  • 11:50 – 12:35 5th Grade
  • 1:00 – 1:45 4th Grade
  • 1:55 – 2:40 1st Grade
  • 2:50 – 3:35 Kindergarten
Skills to be covered:
  • Locomotor/non-locomotor
  • Throwing and catching
  • Chasing, Fleeing, and Dodging
  • Fitness
  • Kicking, Punting, and Dribbling
  • Basketball skills
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us!

The students at Crockett explore music through singing, movement, and playing instruments. All students will learn the various instrument families, song form, and how to read rhythm notes.

  • In Kindergarten students learn the different voices (singing, talking, shouting, and whispering) and how to read certain rhythm notes.
  • Grades 3 through 5 learn notes on the treble clef staff, note values, and time signature.

Learning is reinforced with various games and activities that involve singing and movement. Students learn lots of music vocabulary that describe the dynamics, tempo, and pitch of music.

Students play Orff instruments (with mallets) and percussion instruments, the recorder in 4th grade, and the piano in 5th.

First through fifth grades will participate in an evening musical program. The kindergarten will perform during the school day.  These programs consist of singing, choreography, and speaking parts.

  • 1st: “BUGZ”
  • 2nd “Swamped!”
  • 3rd “Science Rocks”
  • 4th “Go West”
  • 5th “American Voices”

4th and 5th graders have the opportunity to participate in the Crockett Chorus. The chorus performs at a Winter Concert, the spring Williamson County Schools Fine Arts Festival, and other special occasions.

Wydell Croom

Music Teacher, Crockett Elementary


Our library staff has one mission: to spark a love of literature that will last a lifetime. It is our goal that the students of Crockett will gain a love of quality literature.

Kindergarten through 4th graders come once a week for a 45 minute library class while 5th graders are on a 6 day rotation.  Every library lesson incorporate technology.  We cover how to use a library and access internet resources.

Once the foundation for a successful year is in place, we begin exploring various authors and celebrating the Volunteer State Book Awards by reading nominated books.  Our votes help choose the best books in the state of Tennessee.

During the second semester, grades 1-5 work in centers and have a choice on what they will work on during library time.  Centers may include:

  • Reading independently
  • Partner reading
  • Magazine exploration
  • VSBA activity
  • Choosing a book with Mrs. Meadows
  • Typing Agent
  • Wonders
  • Think Central Go Math
  • Dreambox
  • iPad

Interested in volunteering?


With an emphasis and incorporation of character support, Crockett’s guidance program collaborates with students, teachers and parents,meets regularly one on one with students, teachers and parents, runs small groups for students, and teaches life skills lessons in whole classrooms. Life skills’ lessons revolve around academic, personal-social, and career awareness needs.

  • Academic Development – Students focus on how to be their most successful in school.
  • Personal and Social Development – Students focus on identifying their strengths and weaknesses, getting along with others, setting goals, and safety issues.
  • Career Development – Students focus on their own skills and interests.

Within each of these areas, the following topics are covered as applicable:

  • Goal Setting
  • Organization
  • Study Skills
  • Positive Self Talk and Self Concept
  • Responsibility
  • Decision Making
  • Time Management
  • Ownership & Accountability
  • Good Manners
  • Feelings
  • Healthy Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Prioritizing
  • Self-Exploration
  • Safety
  • Anxiety
  • Problem Identification
  • Specific v. General

Character Words of the Month:

  • September – Respect
  • October – Responsibility
  • November – Perseverance
  • December – Caring
  • January – Courage
  • February – Citizenship
  • March – Trustworthiness
  • April – Cooperation
  • May – Fairness

Contact Us


  • 9019 Crockett Road
    Brentwood, TN 37027
  • (615) 472-4340
  • (615) 472-4351
C E S Building