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Macon County Schools has recently updated information on bedbugs. 
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Textbook Adoption Information

To view the latest information on textbooks adopted for use in the Macon County School District

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 To view Agriculture Business Textbook Information click HERE

To view Veterinary Science Textbook Information click HERE

 To view Plant Science Textbook Information click HERE 


Attached below are the math timelines for K-5.  
The math timelines were developed by Macon County teachers in the summer of 2014.  Teachers studied the Tennessee state common core standards to write student-friendly daily outcomes or learning targets that are divided into four 9-week time periods.  This helps teachers and students to have a clear map or guide to cover all the content for their grade level.  Teachers also developed a common benchmark test to give at the end of each 9-week period to see how well the students are mastering what has been taught.  We have plans to write a reading timeline this summer.  Click the image beside each grade level to access the timeline pdf documents.


1st grade

2nd grade

3rd grade

4th grade

5th grade


Great apps for elementary learners!!!  Use a free QR reader on your iPad, iPhone or iPod to learn about these great apps for young learners!!  Thanks to Alyssa Steen, Fairlane Kindergarten Teacher, for sharing her QR codes!!




School District Breakfast/Lunch Menu(click image below)



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