Inglewood Elementary School
At a Glance
- Serves grades Pre-K - 4
- Stratford Cluster
- Open Enrollment
- Offers bus transportation
- Offers before or aftercare
- Community Achieves school
Welcome From the Principal
Thank you for choosing Inglewood Elementary! Our staff is committed to providing the best possible educational experience for your child by ensuring we address both academics and social emotional needs.
We are dedicated to being an inclusive community where differences are celebrated and all members of our community are respected for their contributions. At Inglewood Elementary, it is our goal to present ourselves in an open, honest and humble manner that models appropriate conduct for our students and accurately represents the Inglewood community.
We believe parents are experts on their children and we are experts in education. Together we make the perfect team!
1700 Riverside Drive
Nashville, TN 37216 (map)
Executive Principal: Tracy McPherson
Assistant Principal: Jerimy Smith
School Counselor: Erica Reynolds
Community Achieves Site Manager: Leigh Patton
School Board Representative: Christiane Buggs
The mission of Inglewood Elementary School is to build a community of lifelong learners equipped with the skills and experiences to be successful in life.
We are dedicated to achieving the mission and vision of our school through high-quality academic instruction as well as social emotional support for all students. We are focused on increasing student engagement through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) education. We are also dedicated to meeting every child’s social and emotional needs with group and individual counseling through our school, STARS and Centerstone counselors. Our full-time Advanced Academics Resource Teacher (AART) helps meet the unique needs of our gifted and talented students, providing students with a stronger advanced academic continuum throughout their education.
Inglewood Elementary engages students through critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication in a warm, demanding environment. The school’s unique approach to learning ensures every student experiences integrated instruction specializing in the Environmental Sciences. Quarterly STEAM Challenges provide students with the opportunity to design potential solutions to real world environmental issues through literacy, math, science and social studies. Solutions are developed utilizing the Engineering Design Process and abundant technology. The school partners with scientists from Vanderbilt University, the American Alliance for Innovative Systems, and various community experts to provide learning experiences in the classroom, in the STEAM Lab, and in the field. STEAM is further enhanced through enrichment opportunities including a musical band, art studio, onstage performances, creative after-school care, Maker Space and STEAM enrichment clubs.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
A Typical Day at School
Morning Meeting/Mindfulness: 15 minutes
Literacy: 120 minutes
Math: 120 minutes
Related Arts: 50 minutes
Lunch: 30 minutes
Recess: 20 minutes
Personalize Learning Time (PLT): 45 minutes
Integrated Science & Social Studies
School Details & Links
Bottoms: Navy blue, black or any shade of khaki; no denim
Tops: Short or long sleeves and a collar in any solid color; shirtdresses for girls in any solid color may also be worn.
Children may wear any colored Henley shirt under their polo shirt.
Spirit wear sold by the Inglewood PTO may be worn any day of the week in place of the school uniform shirt.
All shirts should be properly buttoned and tucked inside bottoms.
Any legging color may be worn with a skirt, jumper or shorts over them.
Community Achieves: Site Manager Leigh Patton, (615) 262-6697, firstname.lastname@example.org
Onsite Aftercare: KidsCAN, a program of Turnip Green Creative Reuse, Monday-Friday, 3-5:30pm
Social and Emotional Learning
Backfield in Motion Jr.
Girls on the Run
Inglewood Elementary School is extremely thankful for our community partners, sponsors and volunteers! We continually welcome new partners to support our school’s goals and priorities. For more information about partnering with us, please contact Community Achieves Site Manager Leigh Patton at email@example.com or call (615) 262-6697.
Inglewood Neighborhood Association
The Village Chapel
Turnip Green Creative Reuse
Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach
ALIAS Chamber Ensemble
City Church East