Board Policy Manual

Central Office Staff List


Asbestos Management Plan


Notification Regarding Asbestos Containing Materials

As you are aware, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has regulations regarding asbestos containing materials in schools. These regulations require all schools to conduct surveys to identify the presence of asbestos in their buildings, develop a site specific asbestos management plan and implement appropriate response actions, as necessary. An additional requirement is for all parents, teachers, and employees to be informed at least once a year about inspections, response actions, and post response actions that are planned or are in progress. Hickman County Schools are in compliance and all documentation is complete.

You are invited to review the asbestos management plan which is available at the Maintenance Office/Bus Garage, Hickman County Schools Administration Building located at:

115 Murphree Ave. Centerville, TN 37033

Attendance Zone


school zoning map

School & Safety Hotline

Hickman County Schools
Jerry W. Nash, Ph.D.
115 Murphree Avenue
Centerville, TN 37033
Memorandum
To: Students and Parents
From: Jerry W. Nash
Date: 10 December 1999
Re: School’s Safety and Security Phone Number
In an effort to improve our school system’s comprehensive safety and security measures, our School Resource Officers are implementing a Safety and Security hotline.
The purpose of this hotline is to provide a means for anyone to report, anonymously, any situation that would present a threat to the safety and security of our students, our employees, or any citizen.
If you have information regarding any potentially dangerous situation, or illegal activity which would affect our school system, please call
729-3391
when the automated operator answers, press
1234
You will then receive instructions on leaving a message.

Call: 729-3391 (1234) to anonymously report information that our School Resource Officers need to know to keep our schools safe and secure.

Directions to Hickman County Schools

Coming in from the Nashville area.
Travel I-40 West until Exit 172. (SR-46)
Turn LEFT (South-East) onto SR-46.
At the Intersection of SR-46, SR-100 and SR-7, turn RIGHT (West) onto SR-100. There is a stoplight.
When you enter Centerville, continue until you cross a four lane bridge.
Turn LEFT (East) onto E Swan St, 0.2 miles past bridge.
Turn RIGHT (South) onto Murphree Ave.
Turn RIGHT onto first driveway.
Our building is the large, two story brick building.
Park in the large parking lot.
Enter building on the right side.

Coming in from West Tennessee
Travel I-40 East until Exit 148. (SR-50)
Turn RIGHT onto highway.
Road name changes to SR-50 [Minnie Pearl Memorial Pky]
Turn LEFT (North) onto SR-100 [SR-48].
At the square turn RIGHT (East).
Do not go around the square but continue STRAIGHT. This is Church St.
Turn LEFT on College Ave.
At the STOP sign, turn right.
Our building is the large, two story brick building.
Park in the large parking lot.
Enter building on the right side.


SACS CASI

Our Mission
The mission of the Hickman County School District is to engage and develop, to maximum capacity, the mind, body, and character of each student.

Hickman County Schools Accreditations

SACS CASI.org

Standards Assessment Report 2010


SACS CASI

Learners for life

Improving the Future for the children Everyday

Vision– The vision of the Hickman County School District is a learning organization whose culture, through high expectations, is committed to lead students to be quality learners, quality performers and quality citizens with high moral character.

Mission– The mission of the Hickman County School District is to engage and develop, to maximum capacity, the mind, body, and character of each student.


TENNESSEE COMPREHENSIVE
SYSTEMWIDE PLANNING PROCESS
(TCSPP)

HICKMAN COUNTY

UPDATED MAY 2011

Seal of Tennessee

 

Tennessee Department of Education

TDOE MISSION:
HELPING TEACHERS TEACH AND CHILDREN LEARN

Learners for Life
Improving the
Future for the children
Every day

continued here

TCSPP