About This School
In 2011, Edmondson Elementary School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Edmondson Elementary School Reviews
Edmondson Elementary school is one of the prestigious elementary schools in Williamson County, Tennessee. It is a distinguished school to receive a rating of 10 from www.greatschools.org. My daughter started kindergarten there this year and I consider myself truly blessed! The teachers are always coming up with innovative ways to harbor student interest and are always willing to go that extra mile to make sure the best is brought out in their students. They constantly challenge their students and motivate them to do better. The best part that I like about the school is parent-teacher collaboration. It is not simply a place where you send you children and forget about them. The assignments the students are given, require immense participation from parents which allows for parents and their children to bond together and to collaborate well. The school is also phenomenal in terms of social activities and fund raising. Just recently, they organized a clothing and book drive for Schwab Elementary school where 90% of the students are on free/reduced lunch. I thought it was very noble of them to do something like that, reflects the humanitarian side of the school. They have phenomenal participation from parents and volunteers for their Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) social events. They organize meet and greets, family movie nights, etc. so all parents can bond together. I can't emphasize enough how great the school is!