The Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security maintains a free app called SafeTN, an anonymous reporting system that students, faculty, parents and the public can use to report their safety concerns or tips efficiently and confidentially to law enforcement.
McMinn County Schools will be hosting virtual office hours on February 1, 2023 from 4:30 – 5:00 to receive stakeholder input to update the ESSER 3.0 Public Plan for Remaining Funds and the Safe Return to In-Person Learning PLANS required by Federal Law. Please join us online by clicking the Microsoft Teams link below. Microsoft Teams meeting Join on your computer, mobile app or room device Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 239 181 063 204 Passcode: svVYQ3 Download Teams | Join on the web Or call in (audio only) +1 865-770-4715,,975280860# United States, Knoxville
Congratulations County-Wide Spelling Bee Winners!
Attention Parents, please be on the lookout for housing surveys that went out to all students recently. Surveys are due back January 27th. If you have any questions regarding the survey, contact Whitney Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 423-745-1612.
Congratulations to our McMinn County Schools 2022-2023 Teacher of the Year Winners
Good Afternoon, this is a reminder that McMinn County Schools and Offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day. Schools and offices will be open on normal schedule on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Have a great evening.
We'd value your input in planning for the future of McMinn County Schools. To assist us please click the link in this post and respond to the statements within. Thank you! https://bit.ly/3CLMA46
Check out what's going on in and around McMinn County Schools for the month of January! We hope everyone has a happy New Year!
Good afternoon. We hope everyone had a great week off. This is just a reminder that McMinn County Schools and Offices will be back in session on Monday, Nov. 28. Thank you, have a good evening.
Good afternoon. This is a reminder that all McMinn County Schools and Offices will be closed Monday, Nov. 21 through Friday, Nov. 25 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We hope everyone has a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. We will see you back on Monday, Nov. 28.
Good afternoon, this is just a reminder that Tuesday, Nov. 8 is Election Day and staff in-service. There will be no school for students on this day. We will resume regular schedule on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Have a great evening.
In August we were happy to announce that McMinn School District was recognized as a Level 5 District, today we're happy to announce five of our schools have been recognized as Reward Schools! Congratulations to E.K. Baker, Englewood, Mt. View, Rogers Creek and Central High.
Recently elected School Board Members were sworn in this morning. The ceremony included reelected board member Bill Irvin, and newly elected members Joe Malone, Kevin Goins and Dustin Prichard. We'd like to welcome the new board members.
Once again the McMinn County School District has achieved Level 5 overall growth! We are so proud of our students, teachers, and staff for their hard work to reach this accomplishment. #ExcellenceInAction
We still have spots available in our 2022-2023 Pre-K program. Contact your local school or Pre-K Director Julie Goodin at (423) 745-1612 for more information. We have openings at every elementary school except Calhoun.
This is just a reminder that Thursday, Aug. 4 is Election Day and students do not report. McMinn Schools will be open in regular session on Friday, Aug. 5. Have a great afternoon.
We'd like to welcome our new teachers! We're happy to have all of you as part of our team!
School starts next week! Here's our schedule for next week. We look forward to seeing everyone!
McMinn County Elementary teachers have worked hard this year to not only overcome historic learning loss, but we have grown our students through rigorous curriculum, tutoring programs, and summer learning camps. We are so proud of the work our teachers and students have done this year! Thank you students, faculty, and staff! #ExcellenceInAction
ESSER 3.0 Public Feedback McMinn County Schools received $11,226,447.18 from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER 3.0). These funds are to address the immediate needs of schools and districts due to issues related to preparing for, responding to, and preventing COVID-19. McMinn County Schools would appreciate your feedback on any additional use of these funds in the following focus areas. Please view the ESSER tab at www.mcminnschools.com for more expenditure details. (Please note, all Federal Funds are subject to Federal Guidelines). Thank you for your input. ESSER 3.0 survey 2022-2023 (Please respond between July 7 – July 31, 2022) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R8ZX6DK