Mt. Juliet Middle School

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  • volleyball tournament

    GHHS and MJMS Student Councils are hosting a community event to honor the memory of Ambria McGregor and raise money to help cover medical expenses and support her family. This event is a CO-ED 4v4 Volleyball Tournament for ages 12-18. We will split the teams into divisions based on ages once we see how many teams have registered within the age brackets. Your teams can have up to 6 players, but only 4 will play at a time.

    There cannot be more than 3 High School Volleyball players from the same school on the same team per TSSAA rules.

    The $25 per player registration fee will also cover a team uniform shirt to wear the day of the tournament.

    There will be a $5 gate for spectators. There will also be a link to pre-order a tournament shirt. (link to purchase this coming later)

    There will be concessions and food trucks on campus that day also.

    All proceeds will go to the McGregor family.

    Registration link:

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  • MJMS Families,
    Over the past year, we have had increasing concerns regarding the safety of students at dismissal each day at the
    MJMS campus.
    Please see the concerns from both
    schools, MJPD, SROs, neighboring businesses, and private property owners:
    • Students are cutting between cars and crossing busy roads on Woodridge, Charlie Daniels, and Mt. Juliet Road to be picked up in various places and locations.
    • Students are running to be picked up in non-authorized areas on campus without supervision.
    • Cars are illegally using private property, stopping on the road and impeding traffic, and blatantly disregarding school dismissal policies, all at the cost of student safety.
    Administration for MJMS and WWMS are working in cooperation with the MJPD and our SROs to enforce the school’s traffic pattern to ensure our students are kept safe. Beginning Monday, January 23, 2023, there will be an increase in the presence of law enforcement to help enforce the traffic pattern. The MJPD will be issuing citations and redirecting families to support our student pick-up procedures. Students will not be allowed to cross Woodridge at all (any legitimate walkers will use the sidewalk to the subdivision). Students will not be allowed to dismiss and walk to the front of the school (all pickup is in the back of the school), and only students living in Willow Creek will be allowed to exit on foot via Charlie Daniels Parkway.
    Student safety is our top priority, and we need your cooperation. Please don’t put students’ lives in danger just to save a few minutes. Please review the traffic pattern pictured below.
    Traffic update
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  • We are looking for a CDC teacher

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    We are seeking applicants who have a teaching license to serve as tutors during the school day. This will be a part-time role and would be great for retired teachers or teachers that have recently left the profession to be home with kids.
    View the job listing at the following link-
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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: Special Called Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Special Called Meeting on April 4, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN  37087.   The purpose of the Special Called Board Meeting will be to consider an ethics complaint brought before the Board. Votes will be taken.

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  • Important Feedback Needed for WCS Family Resource Center

    The Wilson County Schools Family Resource Center is conducting a needs assessment regarding meeting needs of students and families, and to develop goals for the Family Resource Center.  We appreciate you completing this short survey by March 22, 2023 in order for us to best serve our students and families. Click the link above to access the survey.

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: Board Work Session and Regular Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Work Session on March 13, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. followed by a Regular Board Meeting on March 13, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN  37087.   The Work Session is for informational purposes only. No actions are taken, or voted on, by the Board at the Work Session.    The purpose of the Board Meeting will be to discuss any matters legally brought before the Board.

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  • District Receives Great Designation From TDOE & 2021-2022 Reward Schools Announced

    We are very excited to announce that Wilson County Schools has been designated as an “Advancing District” by the Tennessee Department of Education.  This designation places the district among the higher tier of academic performing districts across the entire state. This designation was based on various data points from the 2021-2022 school year. When taking into account the disruptions that COVID had caused in previous years, this designation is something to be extremely proud of.

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District Headlines

  •  Tracey Burge

    Tracey Burge Named Director of Exceptional Education

    We’re very excited to announce that Mrs. Tracey Burge has been named as the new Director of Exceptional Education! Mrs. Burge has been with the district for nearly 20 years and served as a Special Education teacher at W.A. Wright Elementary from 2005-2011. Since then, she has held a variety of administrative and supervisory roles, including principal duties at Lakeview Elementary from 2013-2020. Since 2020, she’s served as the district’s Middle School Supervisor.

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  •  Jennifer Yokom

    Jennifer Yokom Named New Springdale Elementary Principal

    We are very excited to announce that Mrs. Jennifer Yokom has been named as the new principal at Springdale Elementary! She is no stranger to Springdale, as she’s most recently served as the school’s assistant principal.

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  •  Christine Miller

    Christine Miller Named Federal Programs Supervisor

    We're excited to announce that Mrs. Christine Miller has been named as the district's Federal Programs Supervisor. She's been with Wilson County Schools since 1998 and has served in a variety of roles including most recently as principal of Springdale Elementary. A longtime educator and dedicated administrator, her expertise in understanding administrative, teacher and student needs spans across 27 years overall.

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  •  Beverly Sharpe

    Beverly Sharpe Named Wilson County Schools Principal of the Year 2022

    We’re excited to announce that Mt. Juliet High School Principal Mrs. Beverly Sharpe has been named as the district’s “2022 Principal of the Year!” If you know Mrs. Sharpe, then you already know what an incredible person she is! She’s such an impactful and caring administrator, and has been for several years. Please help us in congratulating her!

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  •  Amy Gullion

    Amy Gullion has been named as the district’s Elementary Instructional Supervisor

    We are very excited to announce that Mrs. Amy Gullion has been named as the district’s Elementary Instructional Supervisor. Mrs. Gullion is in her 18th year overall in education, and prior to this role, she served as the district’s Federal Programs Supervisor. Throughout her vast and experienced career she has also been an elementary teacher, instructional coach and a K-12 literacy consultant with the State.

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  •  Bryan Adams

    Bryan Adams Named as the New Deputy Director of Student Services

    Wilson County Schools is very pleased to announce that Mr. Bryan Adams has been named as the new Deputy Director of Student Services. He previously held the position of WCS Elementary Supervisor, and prior to that he served as principal for five years at W.A. Wright Elementary.

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  •  Alexandra Juneau

    Dr. Alexandra Juneau Named West Elementary School Principal

    Wilson County Schools is also very pleased to announce that Dr. Alexandra Juneau, who was serving as West Elementary Interim Principal at the start of this school year has now been named as West Elementary Principal.

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  •  Dr. Jennifer Ankney

    Dr. Jennifer Ankney Named New Principal of Wilson Central High School

    The district is very excited to announce that Dr. Jennifer Ankney has been named as the new principal of Wilson Central High School.

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