At Nolensville Elementary School students are on a five day special class rotation. Students will have P.E. twice a week, Art and Music will be once a week, and Technology and Library will alternate every other week.
Every student in K-5 receives visual art classes from a certified visual art specialist during their “specials” rotation. The goal in elementary visual is to foster a love and interest in visual art. Students explore art and art-making from many cultures, time periods and media, developing a sense of self-esteem through the learning the creative process of making art.
Students will learn age appropriate technology skills during these fun lessons. From, using the mouse, creating documents, or coding, there is something for everyone!
The goal of Nolensville Elementary Physical Education Department is to develop healthy bodies, promote positive attitudes towards lifetime physical activity, practice sports skills, learn about physical fitness, and most importantly to have fun! Physical Education is an integral part of the total education process. It gives the students the opportunity to develop physically, mentally and socially through the use of physical activity.
The goal of Nolensville Elementary School library class is to teach students how to use the library to find the different types of information they need. Encouraging and helping students acquire the skills that they need to become lifelong learners is an ongoing theme throughout middle and high school in Williamson County Schools.
Music students will be learning about musical geniuses from the past, exploring new music from around the world, and playing a variety of instruments while focusing on the theory behind it all.
Library Media Specialist