Phillis Crawford

Teaching as a Profession, Sociology
FCCLA Advisor
Northwest High School
E-mail: phillis.crawford@cmcss.net
Phone: (931) 648-5675

About Me

I am married with 6 children, 2 sons, 1 daughter, 2 daughter-in-laws and 1 son-in-law and I am a Granna with 5 adorable grandchildren and 3 more on the way! This is my 11th year to teach. 'Teaching and Training' is a new program of study for Northwest and I am excited to offer students a career path.


Looking forward to getting out to the Elementary and Middle Schools for observations in February!!





Program of Study - Teaching as a Profession

posted 1/9/2017 11:48:00 AM


Viking Homecoming was amazing this year!! FCCLA was represented by Amanda Duprey as our Sweetheart. She designed the 'float' and we won FIRST PLACE from ASG!! Go FCCLA!
posted 1/9/2017 11:45:00 AM


We had a group that qualified for Nationals this year and FCCLA would like to thank the vendors that helped by donating goods and monies so that they could go and compete.

A BIG Northwest THANKS!!!!

posted 8/2/2016 3:04:00 PM


Northwest High School was well-represented at the FCCLA National Convention in San Diego in July!!! Nia Crisostomo, Kelsie Bilon, and Brittany Caver presented their 'Focus on Children' Bullying Seminar and SILVER Medaled!!We went to the beach, toured the city, rode a train to Disneyland and much more. JOIN FCCLA 2016-2017 to get in on the action. Congrats girls!!!
posted 8/2/2016 3:02:00 PM


Students did well at FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Nashville this year. They competed in the category, Focus on Children. Their platform consisted of a Bullying Seminar that they presented at Liberty Elementary. The students silvered in the category, one away from going to Nationals.
posted 8/5/2014 12:54:00 PM


Students have done several philanthropies this school year. They include Popcorn hands, bottled water, concessions at a free movie presentation, competition at the Tennessee State Fair where individuals won money for themselves.
posted 3/23/2012 10:05:00 AM


 

Classroom Expectations

1.  I practice positive reinforcement It's important that the child's choice for good behavior is recognized and rewarded with verbal praise, written letters and emails, and classroom privileges.

2.  I expect the students to practice the standards that I teach which include the concepts they learn in moral, physical, mental, emotional, and social development. Good behavior in the classroom is necessary to be productive. Students are aware of the consequences if they break classroom rules.

3.  I will encourage students to ask questions until they are clear on the content in which they are concerned.



Nashville State Community Coll
Tennessee State Fair
Syllabus-Fund of Education
Syllabus-TAP I
Syllabus-TAP II
Classroom Rules 2016