Welcome to Robert Museum Churchwell Magnet Elementary School
Ms. Trellaney Lane, Ed.S.
New Executive Principal
Greetings, my name is Ms.Trellaney Lane, the new Executive Principal at RCMMES. It is my privilege and honor to join RCMMES and return to serve the community in which I was raised and have lived the majority of my life. Yes, I am North Nashville Proud! I am looking forward to an exciting year of learning and growing with our students and working with our professional staff, parents and community members. My main goal is to ensure that EVERY student is provided the highest quality of education possible in a safe and supportive learning environment. Working together as a team with our staff and parents, I am committed to helping each student achieve their very best. EVERY student is valued and worthy of our best effort. In order to accomplish this goal, I have developed over the years a philosophical phrase: The ABC’s to Success. These are: Academics, Behavior and Culture. I will be spending a considerable amount of time discussing and implementing these concepts into what we are already doing at Churchwell. I sincerely believe that by adhering to the basic ideas embedded in these concepts, our students will become well-rounded individuals and ready for the next phase, middle school. When we, as adults and role models, also adhere to these concepts, our students will better see the value of these concepts. I am very passionate about the elementary school years. Most of my teaching and administrative years have been working with students and staff between elementary and middle school. These are important and critical times of transition – moving from the elementary experience and preparing for the bigger challenge of middle school. What happens during these few short years will have a lasting impression on their development and growth. Let’s get ready for a great year.
The first day of school is
Wednesday, August 6, 2014, starting at 8:00 A.M.
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