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Nissan Neighbor Gift for STEM Programs

STEM Programs Receive a Nissan Neighbor Gift

Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS) received a $25,000 donation from The Business Education Partnership (BEP) Foundation in conjunction with the Nissan Neighbors Program. The $25,000 grant will be used for current STEM schools and schools seeking STEM designation. MCS has eight schools with the (Read More)

Cason Lane Leadership Team

Dr. Trey Duke is proud to announce the appointment of Sonya Cox and Kimberly Hix as principal and assistant principal of Cason Lane Academy respectively. Ms. Cox has served as assistant principal at Cason Lane for the past 3 years.  Prior to joining (Read More)

MCS Seeks Hall of Fame Nominations

Murfreesboro City Schools seeks nominations for the inaugural MCS Hall of Fame.  The MCS Hall of Fame will recognize and honor exceptional career individuals (teachers and non-teachers) that have made significant contributions to Murfreesboro City Schools and its students. The MCS Hall of (Read More)

MCS MTSU Collaboration 2022

MCS Spearheads New Partnership

Murfreesboro City Schools and the MTSU Assessment, Learning, and Student Success (ALSS) Ed.D. Program announces a new collaboration to leverage expertise and resources through a research-practice partnership agreement. After months of planning, this formal collaboration will become a reality for MCS and MTSU (Read More)

Scales Principal Ranesa Shipman

Shipman joins Scales as Principal

Dr. Trey Duke, Director of Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS), is proud to announce the appointment of Ranesa Shipman as Principal for Scales Elementary School. Shipman will replace Maria Johnson who is transitioning to an administrative position at MCS. Shipman has over ten years (Read More)