Rutland Elementary School

Home of the Rockets

Cathy York Principal Shaunna Davis and Stephanie Hines Assistant Principals


January 15, 2018

Wilson County Schools will remain closed tomorrow, January 16th, as a result of the snowfall that's expected to hit parts of middle Tennessee later tonight.

Rutland Rocket mascot with flag

The Rutland Elementary campus has two buildings.

building A 1995 S. Rutland Road building B 2101 S. Rutland Road

Pre-K, 3rd, 4th, 5th Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd

Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Grades PreK- 5th grade

School hours 7:15am -2:15pm

phone 615-754-1800

A building fax 615-754-1801 building B building fax 615-773-2872

Our website is in the process of being redesigned.

This is a process so please be patient with us as we work on creating a new and updated website.

Facts About Rutland

We are the largest elementary school in Wilson County, with over 1,100 students.

We have a very diverse population of students.

There are 28 different languages within our student population.

We have an anti-bullying initiative , “The Olweus Program”, that is taught by our School Counselors, Mrs. O’Reel (K-2 )

and Mrs. Macpherson, (3-5).

CLEVER website

Clever is a collection of online resources, such as Moby Max, Discover Education, Achieve 3000, Smarty Antz, etc. that supports the curriculum in all grade levels. To access the website go to

Students must log in using their school issued Google account.

student username + (no spaces)

and student password (3 letters of last name - first letter capitalized + lunch code) (no spaces)

School Mission Statement

Rutland, in partnership with our students, families, and community will

Respect and embrace diversity

Ensure all students SOAR academically and emotionally

Supply a safe and challenging environment

RES Reaching Everyday Success since 1999

picture of Rutland building in 1999

Rutland Elementary School Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Grades PreK- 5th grade

School hours 7:15am -2:15pm

phone 615-754-1800 fax 615-754-1801

Notice of Non-Discrimination

The Wilson County School System does not discriminate due to age, race, color, gender, national origin, disability, religion, creed, genetics or veteran status in the provision of services, in programs or activities, or in employment opportunities or benefits. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in educational programs. Translation services are available at each school and at the Central Office. Inquiries concerning Title VI or Title IX of the Civil Rights Acts should be directed to Chuck Whitlock at (615) 444-3282. Inquiries concerning Section 504 and IDEA should be directed to Dawn Bradley at (615) 453-3282. Inquiries concerning the American with Disabilities Act should be directed to Mickey Hall at (615) 444-3282. Complaint Managers are available at each school/location to address employee concerns.