Sevier County School District

Schools
29
Grades
PK-12
Students
14512
Type
UNIFIED
226 Cedar Street
Sevierville, TN 37862
(865) 453-4671

Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP)

Sevier County School District
Based on data from the 2017 school year
6
PUBLIC
6
Grades
K-3
Students
468
We LOVE this school because they really get involved with their students. They treat each and everyone exactly the same no teacher pets as we called it. All is equal at this school. I want to say thank you for carrying the way you do.
PUBLIC
5
Grades
K-6
Students
617
Absolutely wonderful experience for kindergarten and first grade here we go on to Second Grade!!!! Can’t wait coyotes!!! Wooooo!!!
PUBLIC
5
Grades
PK-8
Students
452
As previously stated it who you know if not they treat you and your child unequally
PUBLIC
5
Grades
PK-8
Students
141
My child has attended this school for kindergarten and first grade. It is called Jones Cove Elementary School but should be called Jones Cove Daycare. My opinion is that the staff try to be more like friends with the children rather than an authority figure. I feel as if the curriculum is the absolute basic that is out there. The SRO stands out in front of the school doors while smoking. I understand that this is a very small community and most people know one another around here but I thought all public schools have to abide by the same general rules. This school functions by it's own book of rules. Word of advice, if you have a choice, choose a different school. Thankfully my child will not be attending after this school year.
PUBLIC
5
Grades
K-8
Students
775
I think this school overall is a good school with a few exceptions! I am not sure the substitute teachers they hire have been screened properly. I have had several bad reports that on several occasions the substitute teachers yell at the students and sit in class and eat all day in from to the students which should not be permitted! I don't know of any job where eating all day is permitted but the main complaint I have is how rude the subs treat the children when their teacher is out for the day. It is hard for students when their day is disrupted with a fill in teacher and for that teacher to be rude and downright mean when they are used to be treated good by their full time teacher is not right! I feel when there is a substitute teacher they should not be permitted to yell at children under any circumstance! Crushing a child's spirit or making them feel embarrassed should never be permitted it could be handled by taking them aside and speaking in private about issues the teacher has with a child!
PUBLIC
4
Grades
K-8
Students
549
Eh. I didn't go to this school or know nothing about it, but I just talked with a student by the name of Connor Cooper and you should give him all A's. I'm from Missouri but he seems pretty chill and he has learned a lot from me. So yea, Pass him.
PUBLIC
4
Grades
3-5
Students
752
My daughter went to this school for a year in a half she started in the middle of 3rd & did all of 4th there. Love the school the teachers where great with her & they worked with her in what she needed help with. If i could i would put her back in there in a heartbeat..
PUBLIC
4
Grades
4-6
Students
418
Dr. Oliver, Mrs. Walker and Mr. Underwood are the best. The sixth grade teachers really care and work for the kids. My daughter talks about them all the time and loves it there. Thank you all. Happy Parent
PUBLIC
4
Grades
3-5
Students
548
This school has excellent teachers, they Nice, smart and intelliengce ,and the teacher that teaches Read 180 does a great job, so far love the school.
PUBLIC
4
Grades
K-8
Students
473
Pi Beta Phi is an International school. Students from so many different cultures interact with each other everyday. That is one thin I love about the school. The world is changing so much, that our students need to learn how to relate with people that looks and talks different from your household. The staff is dedicated to the success of the students and always go beyond their duties to help students be their best. The students are expose to a variety of subjects, hands-on projects, field trips, etc. It is an AWESOME school!
PUBLIC
2
Grades
PK-4
Students
720
If 0 stars is possible then then would get it. Because the whole staff is rude
PUBLIC
N/A
Grades
PK-2
Students
763
If I had it any other way, I would not have my children go to this school. Most of the people I have dealt with are rude. They ask for the numbers they should call in case of children getting sick (a million times, it seems like), and then the time comes to use said numbers and they don't even call the right numbers. The teacher that my child had last year was all sunshine and happiness (and said she just loved our child), in front of us, but when we weren't there she was telling my daughter that she was a bad kid. Would not recommend this school to anyone, unless you are rich and then they don't have any problem with you.
PUBLIC
N/A
Grades
K-2
Students
494
My son attended here a year ago for his Kindergarten year. His teacher gave him bad behavior marks often when I asked why, I received written reasons like "smiled at a fellow student while walking to desk" and "crossed his eyes during story time"...really?! Then he was expected to do homework he couldn't do. I spent like 2 hours trying to teach him in the evenings but the curriculum and time restraint made it hard to help him catch up. At a teacher/parent meeting, she told me he had a "dis-connect." He began speaking very early and always received compliments from Sunday school teachers on behavior- never an issue, always a bright boy! During his kindergarten year, he seemed to even forget some of what I had taught him and became frustrated and discouraged. Then, he set back on some faulty playground equipment and got a 1" bleeding gash in his head that had to have 2 staples. No apology from the school. They act like everything (learning, injuries) are the kids' or parents' fault. I pulled him out for 1st grade and homeschooled him. I had him tested afterwards and he is at 1st grade reading level and 2nd grade math level. I wouldn't send my kids to this school if I were you!
PUBLIC

Sevier schools - Sevier County School District is a unified school district that is located at 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville TN 37862. The school district serves 14512 students in grades PK-12.There are 29 schools associated with this district.

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