Schools director announces central office appointments

Ten high-level appointees will help with next level of positions to be filled   More

Ombudsman families to share success stories with school board

Director of Schools weighing the value of program amid tight budget year More

Mayor’s Office wants to learn more about Schools’ budget

As budget cuts pile up, Dean and his team seeks more information from the district on how it plans to spend its money More

Mayor, schools tackle after-school lives of middle-schoolers

Following months of planning, a formal alliance connecting after-school programs has been created by Mayor Karl Dean and Metro Nashville Public Schools, the Mayor’s Office has announced. More

Metro officials urge calm, caution over swine flu

Mayor Dean, city officials urge the public to use caution in response to the news of a confirmed swine flu case in Nashville. More

Are Metro Schools out of focus?

Putting an end to the era of larger schools without building smaller ones is creating a fuzzy future, but a McGavock idea has folks seeing a clearer one. More

School Board wants to know how rezoning will affect diversity

Families of Metro schoolchildren have made their decisions on rezoning, but now school board members now want to know how those choices will affect diversity at schools altered by the plan. More

Register announces plan to shuffle 200 positions out of central office

High-level officials including curriculum and instruction, human resources, finance, operations and student services leaders must reapply for jobs More

Register to flesh out for Board more plans on reorganization

Director of Schools Jesse Register plans to give more details Tuesday to the School Board about his plans for reform and reorganization of the district. More

Some schools want to opt out of SSA policy

Without knowing which, or how many, Metro Schools across the city have applied to opt out of Standard School Attire (SSA) policies set by the district two years ago. More
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