Stratton Elementary School

Excellence for every    child, every day

Excellence for every

child, every day

At a Glance

  • Serves grades Pre-K - 4
  • Hunters Lane Cluster
  • Not Open Enrollment
  • Offers bus transportation
  • Offers before or aftercare

Welcome to Our School

Renita Perkins  Principal

Renita Perkins
Principal

It is a great pleasure to welcome you to Taylor Stratton Elementary, a "School of Excellence." At Stratton, we teach our students to dream big as we create avenues and pathways to make those dreams a reality. We’re a safe haven where minds are stretched and creativity is embraced. And we believe watching our students grow into their own is nothing short of amazing.

We welcome all of our families to come grow with us as we build character, self-awareness and academic excellence. 

 

Contact Information

Address:
310 Old Hickory Blvd.
West, Madison, TN 37115 (map)

Office:
615-860-1486

Contact Emails:
Principal: Renita Perkins
Assistant Principal: Mary Holland
Guidance Counselor: Denisha White
Dean of Students: Tamela Burwell
Literacy Teacher Development Specialist: Angela Assalone
School Board Representative: Jill Speering

@StrattonMNPS
@StrattonMNPS

Pathways

 

School Description

Stratton Elementary serves more than 500 Pre-K through 4th-grade students, instilling in them a love of learning and preparing them for middle school and beyond. Our students’ days begin with English Language Arts instruction, followed by Math and Related Arts like art, music and physical education. Science and social studies are integrated with additional English language arts studies, ensuring the importance of reading and writing are emphasized throughout the entire day. Social and Emotional learning and technology are incorporated into the daily curriculum, rounding out our core academics in a SEL context.

Vanderbilt—along with retired professional teachers (through FLIP)—provide our tutoring services to ensure our children have the support they need to be successful. We also offer Encore to challenge our gifted and high-achieving students. Our on-site nursing staff is also provided by Vanderbilt.

To support physical fitness, we have two programs that offer students exercise: Morning Mile and Girls On the Run. Our school participates in the Morning Mile program before school. In one school year, our students will collectively walk/run/jog thousands of miles! Girls on the Run teaches girls the importance of goal-setting, personal fitness and positive self-esteem—all as they train together for a 5K race.

YMCA Fun Company provides our after-school care, which offers our students extra opportunities to broaden their horizons. We also offer family skating where students and parents can meet and greet each other. One of our most-loved events is our 4th Grade celebration at the end of every year, complete with graduation caps, a walk across the stage, public speakers, live songs and more.

Our educational support extends out into the community, too. Our families are able to participate in a variety of trainings throughout the year.


School Hours

8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.



A Typical Day at School

  • Morning Mile before school open to students and parents

  • Daily Morning Meeting - 10 minutes

  • K-4: 150 minutes for English Language Arts

  • 60 minutes for Math

  • 60 for Personalized Learning Time

  • 60 minutes for Related Arts


After-School Tutoring

If your child is in 3rd or 4th grade and needs additional help in reading, math and with their homework, please sign up for the PNA Afterschool Program.

For more information, please contact your child's teach and fill out the application as soon as possible.

The program will start September 19 and will run 3 - 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

 

School Details & Links

 

Bottoms: Black, navy blue or khaki pants, shorts, capri pants, skirts, skorts, jumpers or dresses; no jeans. All bottoms must extend lower than the fingertip; 3rd and 4th graders are required to wear belts with appropriate attire. 

Tops: Any solid color with sleeves (polo style).

Shoes: Must be appropriate for Physical Education. NO house shoes, flip flops or Heelys allowed. 


 


  • Art

  • Garden Club

  • Girls on the Run

  • Junior Achievement

  • Recycling


  • Juvenile Court

  • Cornerstone Church

  • Walgreens of Madison

  • Rivergate Skate Center