Welcome to Wilson County Schools
2013 – 2014 School Calendar Change
The Wilson County Board of Education approved a change in the calendar for the last week of the school year.
Thursday, May 29, will be a half day (morning) for student and a full work day for teachers
Friday, May 30, will be a full work day for teachers and no school for students.
Final report cards WILL NOT be picked up at the school. Those reports will be available online through ParentConnect. Parents wishing to have a printed report card should provide the school with a self addressed stamped envelope and the school will mail the report during the first week of June.
Wilson County Schools is participating in the use of the Tripod Survey of Student Perceptions. This survey will be given twice this year to students. The survey responses provide feedback to teachers and administrators.
The Wilson County School System serves approximately 15,750 students in pre-kindergarten through adult education. Twelve elementary schools, two middle schools, four high schools, one adult high school, one alternative school and an adult basic education program make up the twenty-one sites.
The Wilson County School System is committed to excellence in all areas of education. The system strives to obtain the best teachers and administrators possible. Of the 1,187 people employed in positions that require state certification, over 50 percent have attained an educational degree at the Masters level or higher. All Wilson County Schools and the Board of Education are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.
The school system has lowered pupil-teacher ratios, employed reading and math coaches, increased the number of teaching assistants, and increased the number of counselors, added school nurses and a School Health Coordinator as a way of providing better service to the students of Wilson County.
Wilson County has worked to improve its delivery system of educational technology. Library/Media Centers, offices, and classrooms are wired for Internet access. Teachers and students use the technology in many new and exciting ways, including on-line and distance learning.
The Wilson County School System does not discriminate due to age, race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion, creed, or veteran status in the provision of services, in programs or activities, or in employment opportunities or benefits. Inquiries concerning Title VI or Title IX of the Civil Rights Act should be directed to Monty Wilson at (615)444-3282. Inquiries concerning Section 504 should be directed to Denise McMillan at (615)453-7302. Inquiries concerning the American with Disabilities Act should be directed to David Burton at (615)444-3282.