Harpeth Valley Elementary School
At a Glance
- Serves grades Pre-K - 4
- Hillwood Cluster
- Not Open Enrollment
- Offers bus transportation
- Offers before or aftercare
Welcome From the Principal
I am thrilled to welcome you and your family to Harpeth Valley Elementary. The sense of pride here is both pervasive and contagious. Harpeth Valley Elementary is home to highly qualified, professional teachers, as well as supportive and committed parents. It is truly a gem where teachers, parents and students all come together to make it the best possible learning environment. I wholeheartedly believe it is a great place to work and an even better place to be a student. Please contact our office at 615-662-3015 to schedule a tour or if you have any questions.
Harpeth Valley prides itself on achieving high academic standards for all students. For the 2013-2014 school year, Harpeth Valley was recognized as a Reward school by the state of Tennessee, and in subsequent years, we have ranked among the top elementary schools in the district.
Harpeth Valley teachers are masters of their craft, constantly looking for new and innovative ways to enrich the curriculum and strengthen their instructional skills. They put student success and love of learning at the forefront of each day. But they don’t act alone—parents are not only supportive of Harpeth Valley’s enriched curriculum, but they also have ample opportunity to participate, whether directly in our classrooms or through a variety of active PTO committees.
Harpeth Valley offers a wide range of opportunities to extend learning beyond the standard Tennessee state curriculum. The PTO utilizes the school garden to host a Garden Club after school, and classroom teachers also incorporate the school garden into classroom lessons. And each year our 4th-grade students present the “Wax Museum,” the culmination of an extensive study of an important historical figure chosen by the student. Students dress up as their historical figure and share information in a first-person account. Students also participate in Accelerated Reader as a means to encourage goal setting and increase their love of reading. Harpeth Valley also offers Encore, the district’s program for gifted and talented learners.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
A Typical Day at School
- Morning Meeting
- 90 minutes of English Language Arts
- 60 minutes of Math
- 60 minutes of Personalized Learning Time
- 60 minutes of Related Arts (Art, Music, PE, Technology for 1st-4th grade)
- 20 minutes of Recess
- 30 minutes of Lunch
- Science and Social Studies
School Details & Links
Bottoms: Navy blue, black or any shade of khaki. Denim jeans of any color are not allowed. 3rd and 4th grade students must wear a belt if the garment has belt loops.
Tops: Shirts with short or long sleeves and a collar in any solid color. All shirts should be properly buttoned and tucked inside bottoms
Shoes: Tennis shoes are highly encouraged. For safety, please avoid flip-flops.
Outerwear: A solid-color single blazer, suit jacket, vest, sweater or cardigan can be worn over the standard collared top. Hoods are not permitted during the school day.
- Certificated Staff and Teacher Email List
- School One Pager
- Arrival and Dismissal Procedures
- HVES Handbook
- HVES Text Messaging Service
- Lunch Schedule
- Staff Directory
- Pre-K Supply List
- Kindergarten Supply List
- 1st Grade Supply List
- 2nd Grade Supply List
- 3rd Grade Supply List
- 4th Grade Supply List
- Student-Parent Handbook
- Accessing the ePlan Website
- Lunch Schedule
- Supply List Translated Glossary
- Parent Involvement Policy
- Harpeth Valley Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
Facebook: Harpeth Valley PTO
President: Jennifer Pettus
- Before and aftercare
YMCA Fun Co. (on campus): 615-693-2578
Gordon Jewish Community Center (JCC): 615-356-7170
Academy of Harpeth Village: 615-646-6171
West Side Taekwondo: 615-891-7184
Active Learning Center: 615-662-1362
- Chess Club
- Creative Writing
- Engineering for Kids
- Garden Club
- Girls on the Run
- First Tennessee Bank