Pickett County Schools is seeking feedback from all district and community stakeholders to help determine how the district should best utilize ESSER 3.0 money to address instructional needs and ongoing COVID-19 recovery. We appreciate the input as we work together to support our students, staff, and community. You may complete the survey online by clicking the link below or come to the central office at 141 Skyline Drive to request a paper copy. Please complete the survey by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, July 9, 2021. Click on the headline to access the survey.
The Tennessee Department of Education launched the Best for All Central: Tennessee’s Hub for Learning and Teaching, a new online tool designed to provide school leaders, educators, and families an extensive collection of high-quality, optional resources to support teaching and learning, as well as features for locating specific resources quickly and easily.
Best for All Central can be accessed by clicking on the headline.
The Pickett County School District's Mission is to provide an ongoing, quality education for all citizens of Pickett County in a safe, comfortable environment, producing literate, self confident, responsible, well-rounded citizens able to achieve in post secondary education and /or work force.