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Sara Chumney

Chumney selected as finalist

The Tennessee Department of Education is pleased to announce the nine finalists for the 2019-20 Tennessee Teacher of the Year award. The finalists represent each of the six Center of Regional Excellence (CORE) area in the state, with three finalists in each Grand (Read More)

MCS News Update

MCS Announces New Administrator Hires

Dr. Linda Gilbert, Director of Murfreesboro City Schools, is proud to announce the appointment of key individuals for the upcoming school year. Raeshon Torres has been named principal at Bradley Academy. Mr. Torres served as Assistant Principal at Overall Creek Elementary from 2016-2019. (Read More)

Chow Bus

CHOW Bus Rolls in 2019

Murfreesboro City Schools’ Nutrition Department will sponsor the free Summer Food Service Program at twenty eight locations from May 28-July 26, 2019. Designated school cafeterias, Patterson Park, McFadden Center, Discovery Center and Olive Branch Church will serve as summer feeding sites for breakfast and (Read More)

Students on Book Bus

Book Bus Begins in June

Murfreesboro City Schools will once again take reading on the road this summer with BOB the Book Bus. The Book Bus encourages reading during the summer months and throughout the year. “Summer reading loss can be a big issue in the success of (Read More)

Kids learning at Camp Boro.

Camp Boro for Special Education Students

Murfreesboro City Schools fourth annual camp for students with special needs, Camp Boro, begins June 3 through June 6 at Scales Elementary. Fifty elementary student campers will participate in a week filled with camp events. The four day camp includes pony rides, a (Read More)