Reeves-Rogers Elementary, located adjacent to MTSU, on Greenland Drive opened in 1958 and serves over 400 students in Kindergarten through Sixth grade. Home of the Mustangs, Reeves-Rogers boasts a great collaboration with MTSU and other community partners.
Reeves-Rogers promotes a positive school and learning environment and has achieved the gold level status for Response To Intervention from Vanderbilt University. Additionally, Reeves-Rogers has stood out as an innovator in education and was instrumental in beginning Boro International, a community celebration of our culture’s diversity. Reeves-Rogers has also been honored as a recipient of the Ben Carson Reading Library
What’s in the name? Although we don’t have a rich knowledge of the individuals, we do know that Reeves-Rogers was named after Mrs. W. E. Reeves, a teaching principal in Murfreesboro in the 1930s and Mrs. Edgar L. Rogers, an assistant principal in 1941.