About Our School

Please read this message from Director of Johnson County Schools, Dr. Mischelle Simcox regarding the new state achievement assessment TNReady.

*November Doe Diary*


LEAPS Before and After School Program

We received a LEAPs grant that will fund a before and after school tutoring/enrichment program. Students in grade Kindergarten – 3rd grades will attend after school on Monday and Wednesday. Students in grades 4 – 6 will attend after school on Tuesday and Thursday. We will offer morning tutoring for grades 3 – 6 Monday through Friday. Paper work will be sent home for you to sign your student up for this program. We hope all students will take advantage of this program.

Doe Elementary School

Doe Elementary School was built in 1952 in the Doe Valley area of Johnson County Tennessee. Johnson County is in upper east Tennessee and borders both North Carolina and Virginia. The school sits on a high hill overlooking the beautiful Doe Valley Community.

Doe Elementary School students have the opportunity to participate in Physical Eduation, Music, Library, and Computer Lab. Every classroom at our school is equipped with SmartBoard technology and a wireless computer station of 25 COWs (Computers on Wheels) is available to help students develop technology skills. Each grade level has a Netbook cart to use for learning.

Our school is very proud to be accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and to have met all the requirements of AdvancEd.

Four new classrooms, a teacher workroom, and storage rooms were added to the school in 1997-98. The new construction project gave our school 8 new classrooms, a new office, library, gymnasium and related arts classrooms.
As you can see, Doe does not lack in beauty. Our school is surrounded by the beautiful Applachian Mountains. We feel very fortunate to be able to learn in such a beautiful environment.

We are pleased and proud of our playground. Our Parent Council has been working hard for several years to raise money to buy safe and fun equipment for our students.