There’s no place like home! That rings true for one Memphis high school senior who received more than two dozen college offers from around the world but is choosing a school right here in the Bluff City.
In an effort to improve school safety, House and Senate Republicans in the Tennessee General Assembly have presented a bill that would require all schools to lock all exterior doors at all hours of the day.
In anticipation of the release of the Tyre Nichols video footage tomorrow and its impact upon the Memphis and Mid-South community, Southwest will pivot to 100% virtual classes, events and business operations on Friday, Jan. 27, only.
Students of Cummings K-8 Optional School will remain in the LaRose Elementary School building for the remainder of the school year due to unexpected construction delays, Memphis-Shelby County Schools (MSCS) announced Monday.