Welcome to Joppa Elementary School

Envision Parent toolkit




Please use the link for the Envision Parent Toolkit to locate the appropriate QR Code(s) to scan for your students. This will allow you to access resources for Grainger County's new math curriculum which can better assist you in helping your child outside of the classroom on homework assignments and practicing mathematical skills. These sites will also allow you to see what your student is learning in the classroom and has links to the Visual Learning Bridge that can be used at home. Hopefully, this will allow us all to continue to work together to move our Joppa students toward further mastery of Tennessee's math standards.


Thank you for your continued support and cooperation!


Parent Consent Form


Per Public Chapter No. 353, a minor cannot join or participate in a school club or organization without the dated written consent of their parent/guardian. Please use the link below to complete the form allowing your Joppa student(s) to participate. Choose all that apply. Please call Joppa School if you have any questions.

Please click here to access the link or go to the Parents tab at the top and click the last link.


Thank you!

About our school


Joppa Elementary School serves the children of the Joppa Community, encompassing both the Rutledge and Blaine area, in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth grades.  Currently, we have approximately 500 children enrolled at our school.

Our school offers a variety of learning opportunities for its students, faculty, and staff members.  The administration, highly qualified teachers, staff, and parents work together to provide a positive, nurturing, student-centered learning environment.  High standards for student achievements are accomplished by a balanced curriculum with a strong academic focus. Basic skills in language arts and math are emphasized as essential tools in decision making, problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity. Evaluation of student growth is continually shared with both the students and parents through our school assemblies, parent conferences, newsletters, and team meetings.

 Our school works diligently to meet the individual needs of our students.  We use diverse forms of instruction, researched-based programs and strategies, and we integrate various technology-based activities into our daily instruction.

In addition to our well-rounded core curriculum, we offer many additional programs to benefit our students such as the morning Fast Math Computer Lab Program, D.A.R.E., 4-H, Accelerated Reader, DIBELS, Honors Club, J-STARS (Joppa Students Taking Action Responsibility at School) FAB (Fabulous Activities for the Brain) Fridays, and SWPB (School-Wide Positive Behavior Reward Program).


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