Chadwell Elementary

Chadwell Elementary School students outside
Chadwell Elementary
Posted on 08/16/2021
Chadwell Elementary

Chadwell Elementary is in the Madison neighborhood in northeast Nashville. They are the proud Chadwell Tigers, whose school colors are orange and blue.

The faculty at Chadwell are committed to MNPS's Every Student Known vision of providing a rigorous and cooperative learning environment that promotes academic and social growth, demonstrated by high academic achievement and responsible citizenship. celebration of schools logo

The staff at Chadwell connects with their students through the Navigator system, Positive Behavior activities, as well as, recognizing students through award ceremonies. 

Advocating for Students

“We advocate for every student every day to meet their academic, social and emotional needs,” said Executive Principal Elnora Mitchell. This follows suit of the district’s Every Student Known initiative.

This elementary school opened in 1957 with what was then considered a huge enrollment of 250 first- through sixth-graders learning in eight classrooms. The school is named after Earnest T. Chadwell, a former Davidson County Board of Education chairman. 

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