District News

FFA Annual Plant Sale this Saturday, April 17th ffa pic

Please join of for our annual FFA Plant Sale this Saturday April 17th from 7am - 1pm in the CCHS Greenhouse. Our students have grown numerous varieties of plants to meet all of you flower and vegetable garden needs. As always CCHS FFA appreciates your support. 

Crockett Middle School Awarded $4,000 Utrust Grant Utrust

Crockett County Middle School has been awarded a $4,000 Utrust mini-grant. It was made in honor of Jasper Taylor, Crockett County School Board Chairman, who has been a trustee on the Utrust Board since 2005. The Trustee Choice grant provides for Taylor to choose a project that he wishes to fund. He chose to use the $4,000 to fund implementation of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program at the Crockett County Middle School.

Round 3 P-EBT Information ebt

Attention Parents! Your child may soon receive a new card in the mail for Round 3 P-EBT. It will be reloaded each month with food benefits. Please check this website https://tdhs.service-now.com/relief to ensure your address is correct, make changes by March 14, or decline to participate. More info here https://www.tn.gov/humanservices/news/2021/3/8/next-round-of-p-ebt-headed-to-qualifying-tennessee-children.html

Pre K Registration Information prek

Pre-Kindergarten Registration



The Alamo, Bells, and Crockett County School Districts will begin accepting applications for the 2021-2022 Pre K classrooms. To enroll in the optional pre-kindergarten program, a child must be four (4) years of age on or before August 15, 2021. Application packets will be available in the office of each school beginning March 22, 2021. Additional information for the registration process for each district will be provided in the packet and on the media outlets of the schools.

Crockett County pays Tribute to Mr. Bill Emerson, past Director of Schools bill

Crockett County pays Tribute to Mr. Bill Emerson, past Director of Schools 

Mr. Bill Emerson served the Crockett County community for over 40 years through his commitment to the field of education. During his administrative tenure, he became a Crockett County icon. Mr. Emerson oversaw the consolidation of Crockett County high schools and middle schools in the 1980s. Bill co-founded the Tennessee Small School Administrators Association, which successfully lobbied for a new funding formula for rural schools. In the decade that followed he campaigned for implementation of the legislation, culminating in a favorable ruling by the Tennessee Supreme Court. One of the primary objectives achieved was equalization of pay for teachers in rural school systems. As teacher, coach, administrator, friend and mentor, Bill touched countless numbers of lives.

In the fall of 2021, Crockett County Schools will have a ceremony recognizing the legacy of Mr. Bill Emerson through the naming of our High School gym as “The Bill Emerson Memorial Gymnasium”.

COVID-19 Information COVID-19 Information

Email covid19info@crockettcavs.net for all COVID-19 concerns.

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