East Robertson High School
158 Kilgore Trace
Cross Plains, TN 37049
Phone (615) 654-2191
Jr. High Office (615) 654-4510
Fax (615) 654-4563
Cafeteria (615) 654-4727
Mary Cook, Principal
Rita Read, Assistant Principal
Jeff Chatman, Assistant Principal
Robertson County Technology Department
PowerSchool parent portal gives parents access to their child's grades and attendance. A parent letter was sent home with students with information about logging in to PowerSchool. If you did not receive the letter or need another copy, please request one from your child's school.
If you need help accessing your account, we invite you to join us for a session at the
Technology Department 100 5th Avenue East in Springfield, TN December 12th
9:00 AM – 10:00 AMor3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Please call our office to reserve your spot if you plan to attend (615-382-2318).
Parents that attend will see a student’s account and learn how to use PowerSchool.
Please bring your parent letter that was provided by your child’s school if you want to access your child’s account while you are with us.
Homecoming Spirit Day Slide Show
Click on the link below to watch the ERHS v. McEwen Basketball Game on November 26th
In September, students in 7th grade at ERHS learned about Tennessee geography and history by painting historical places and state symbols on 18” boxes that were combined to create a mural. These boxes were painted by students in Nicole Adams’, Andy Dorris’, and Marcie Eberle’s 7th grade World Geography classes. Sixty boxes total were painted front and back.
This project was created by an artist in Nashville through Picture This, an art business. This project allowed many groups in Middle Tennessee to participate in a community project, fall festival at The Hermitage, and a shot at a Guinness World Record.
After the boxes were painted, they were delivered to The Hermitage to be displayed at The Hermitage’s Fall Festival. These boxes were combined with other boxes painted throughout middle Tennessee created a mural that was thousands of boxes.
East Robertson High School
has been serving the students and families of eastern Robertson County since 1950 when Cross Plains High School and Orlinda High School merged into one community high school to serve grades 9-12. In the late 1970’s, new rooms were added to the original building and students from Cross Plains Elementary and Orlinda Elementary began attending, and East Robertson High School became a K-12 school. This building served all area students until the fall of 1990 when a new school was built for grades 7-12 on Kilgore Trace and the original building became East Robertson Elementary. In 2002 a new wing was opened for the middle grades, and since 2003 the school has served all area students in grades 6-12. Over the years, East Robertson Middle and High School students have excelled in both academic and extracurricular activities. We are exceptionally proud of our continuous commitment to the improvement of student learning.
News Release: TAEA High School Art Educator of the Year
Art education professionals in Tennessee have selected Jennifer Wolfe as the 2014 TAEA High School Art Educator of the Year. Wolfe will be honored with this top award at the three-day TAEA Professional Development Conference in Nashville. There will be an Awards Banquet on Thursday, October 24, 7:00 p.m. The conference is sponsored in part by the Tennessee Arts Commission. Ms. Wolfe will also be recognized for this honor at the Annual Membership Meeting.
Wolfe currently teaches art at East Robertson High School in Robertson County. Previously, she taught in White and Putnam counties and has presented at local, national, and international art education conferences. Wolfe is also an exhibiting studio artist.
The Tennessee Art Education Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to advance quality visual arts education through advocacy, leadership, professional development, and to promote a cohesive professional community.
"I can do anything because of those who made me who I am."
School Check Acceptance Policy
Our school has established the following policy for accepting checks and collecting bad checks: For a check to be a form of acceptable payment, it must include your current full and accurate name, address, and telephone number.. When paying by check, you authorize the recovery of unpaid checks and the recovery of the state allowed fee by means of electronic re-presentment
STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
The Robertson County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion or marital status, in training, activities or employment practices in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Americans with Disabilities Acts of 1997 and 2004.