Shelby County Schools


The mission of Raleigh-Bartlett Meadows Elementary is to create a learning community that is conducive to the development of critical thinkers, academic achievers, and morally responsible students who show evidence of effective leadership.


Raleigh-Bartlett Meadows Elementary School envisions a secure student-centered learning community where students work cooperatively as teachers facilitate rigorous learning experiences that promote higher level thinking skills and academic excellence is achieved.


The learning community at Raleigh-Bartlett Meadows Elementary believes...

  • Students should be encouraged to establish goals for themselves and work diligently toward attaining them.
  • Students should be afforded the oppportunity to learn in a safe and secure environment.
  • Teachers and students should model good character as they treat each other with dignity and respect.
  • Students should be given the opportunity to learn and develop their strengths and talents to the highest potential as they become actively engaged in their education in order to produce quality work and become critical thinkers.
  • Teachers should implement a variety of research based teaching strategies and data driven assessment techniques to provide experiences that are conducive to academic achievement.
  • The community, parents, teachers, and students should share in the responsibility of developing all students into productive citizens.
Shelby County Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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