On Monday, June 27, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) Board of Education approved and adopted the 2022-2023 preliminary budget by a vote of 6 to 1. The balanced budget maintains the necessary resources to increase student achievement opportunities, as well as providing resources to support early literacy and beyond efforts.
Monday, June 27 Special Meeting in Closed Session at 4:30 p.m. Doyle Auditorium
Monday, June 27 Regular Board Meeting at 6:00 p.m. Doyle Auditorium (submit a written statement or sign up to speak here)
Tuesday, June 28 Jefferson Renaming Citizens' Ad Hoc at 5:00 p.m. Virtual
Thursday, June 30 Safety & Student Wellness Ad Hoc at 5:15 p.m. Virtual
Forecasts are showing warmer weather this week, be sure to stay cool, and hydrated.
When the weather is severe, we want you to know how we will make decisions about closing any in-person programming in MMSD buildings. The safety of our students and staff is our top priority, and we always follow a set of guidelines to make decisions about whether the school will be open or closed.
Free Healthy Meals for Kids
Stressing the importance of offering nutritious meals to children during the summer months, the Madison Metropolitan School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program.
Effective at the start of the summer semester, we are modifying wearing a mask indoors from “required” to “highly recommended.” This decision comes after our continued review of current metrics, recent CDC guidance and following the unanimous recommendation of our medical advisors.
Tennessee State University (TSU) will be home to six graduating Memorial High School graduates this fall!
Shout out to Justin Kearney!! Mr. K we’ve seen you be there for kids in joy and sorrow and parties and crises. Thank you. Your big heart has helped make a safe space for so many Ali’s kids!
Shout Out to Patrick Doty! Your professionalism and leadership style are a strong reminder of what our district can accomplish when our scholars are at the forefront of decision making. Thank you for taking the time to support staff, be a listening partner and recognize the importance a growth mindset. Zoe
Justin Kearney-Allis Elementary What I really need here is a picture. For even a thousand words, can not portray the visuals that run through my head as I "see" the halls of Frank Allis. The thousands of children that were touched by the ever presence of Justin Kearney. Every child needs to know they matter, that someone has their back. Justin is that person to so many past and present Allis scholars. They know not only because he told them, words arent really his way, but they know because he showed them by his presence at school, on the bus, in their neighborhood, at their ball games, at their homes. SEE the picture....for it is a beautiful example of love for others. Thank you, Justin!
A HUGE shoutout to Mr. K at Frank Allis. We love you, we miss you, and we appreciate everything you do for our students, families and staff!!! You show us all what it means to balance high expectations while loving them through it. Your students know when they are with you, they are safe, welcomed and loved. THANK YOU for all you have given us!!!
Justin Kearney - You are phenomenal! I have seen your brilliance at Allis every day. Your dedication to the students and families at Allis is unmatched. Allis will never be the same without you. Your absence is a tremendous loss for the whole Allis Community. Wishing you nothing but the best!
Justin Kearney- Allis For your dedication to the staff, students, families and community at Allis! You truly go above and beyond to ensure every student feels heard and safe at school. Thank you for all that you do!!
Shoutout to Justin Kearney at Allis for truly giving 110% to our scholars and their families. The relationships you have built have and will continue to make an impact on our community.
Justin Kearney - Allis Elementary School Justin, it has been an honor to witness your dedication to students, families, and communities throughout the years, prepandemic and throughout the pandemic. You are constant, steadfast, and reliable in building a strong community and a coalition of educators, families, students, and leaders in your school and in the city, who strive to make schools spaces where our children thrive. This is a hard moment for our schools, families, and communities, and being united and working together with a shared goal is more important than ever. You have always worked in thoughtful collaboration and brought passion, commitment, and care to everyone around you. You inspire and sustain positive momentum, and we are grateful to you. You are truly Going For Broke in Education.
Justin Kearney- Thank you so much for your hard work, dedication, and great impact at Allis. You were able to connect with and support so many families. Thank you!!
Justin Kearney Thank you Justin for being such a strong advocate for our students and their families!! You are such a valuable part of our team and the amount of heart you pour into our students each day shows. We love you!!