Murfreesboro City News

MCS is closed Wednesday, February 1st

MCS is closed Wednesday, February 1st

Middle Tennessee including Murfreesboro is under a Winter Weather Advisory overnight. Based on the prediction of freezing rain during the early morning hours and the expected hazardous travel conditions for our buses tomorrow morning, Murfreesboro City Schools will be closed on Wednesday, February (Read More)

MCS Teachers of the Year

Teachers of the Year Announced

Murfreesboro City Schools is proud to announce that Stephanie Fontaine, fifth grade teacher at Erma Siegel Elementary and Catrynia Gannon, kindergarten teacher at Overall Creek have been selected as District Teachers of the Year. Teachers were chosen for this honor based on their (Read More)

MCS Hosts Upcoming Job Fair

Murfreesboro City Schools will host a district wide job fair from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 11 at Scales Elementary School. The fair is designed to match qualified candidates to upcoming teaching and support staff openings.  The comprehensive job fair will (Read More)

Mental Health Professionals

MCS Adds New Mental Health Professionals

Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS) welcomes three transitional coaches to assist in responding to growing mental health needs for students. Ashley Adams, Derica Cole and Emma Collins will serve as transitional coaches at Bradley Academy, Reeves-Rogers Elementary and Mitchell-Neilson Schools respectively. These mental health (Read More)

MCS Names Hall of Fame

The MCS Hall of Fame committee is honored to announce the inaugural inductees for the 2022-23 school year.  The inductees represent educators and support staff that made significant contributions to Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS), its students, and the Murfreesboro community. “This Hall of (Read More)