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MCS News Update

MCS Closed Thursday, January 18

Murfreesboro City Schools will remain closed tomorrow, Thursday, January 18. ESP will be open at designated snow sites between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. which include Black Fox, Scales, Northfield and Mitchell-Neilson Primary. These sites are also available for any child under the (Read More)

AAC

African American Celebration

An African American Celebration will be held on January 25 from 4- 7:30 p.m. at Patterson Park.  This free celebration is open to the public and sponsored by MCS and Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation. The 2018 celebration titled “African American Roots: A Century of (Read More)

Is It a Cold or the Flu?

Is it a cold or is it the flu?

You just know when your child isn’t feeling well, but how can you know when coughs and sniffles mean it’s time to keep your child home from school? Or when to call the doctor? Since school-aged children get up to 10 colds a (Read More)

Grant Recipients 2017

Foundation Awards $52,000 in Grants

The City Schools Foundation distributed over $53,000 in grants to teachers in Fall 2017.  Twenty-six grants were selected for funding out of 53 grant applications. “The grant committee is extremely pleased with the quality of grants submitted.   The range of requests from math and (Read More)

Read20

Read20

Murfreesboro City Schools has embarked on an early reading initiative funded through a grant titled Ready, Set, Grow!  The grant helps fund two programs targeted at children from birth to age 5. Ready! for Kindergarten includes parent workshops and toolkits. Ready! for Kindergarten workshops assist families in learning how (Read More)