On behalf of Mr. Baker, the Meigs County Board of Education, and Meigs Middle School, we would like to thank all of those who made monetary donations for prizes, provided school supplies, backpacks, hygiene sets, toboggans, mittens, set up booths to distribute academic resources along with upcoming events and programs, and volunteered your time at the First Annual Meigs Urban Food Truck Meet. It was an extremely successful event that could not have run so smoothly without all of you and your support. We are happy to report that there were approximately over 500 students, parents, caregivers, and community members at the event to support family engagement and academic achievement in our schools and community. There was an extremely overwhelming amount of positive feedback from several who attended or volunteered during the event. The goal of this event was to bring the community together to encourage the importance of school-parent-student relationships and promote academic achievement related to areas identified in the district and school plans. We hope to continue and expand this event to include all of our schools’ participation in the future. We would love to continue partnering with you throughout the upcoming years as we continually strive to make our schools the best. Thank you again for your support! Today’s Child...Tomorrow’s Hope.


Stephanie Cook was the award winner, drawn at random from all employees and staff who contributed to the United Way Campaign drive. This is an on-going campaign and contributions may be made at

Picutred L-R: G. David Brown, Deputy Director Meigs County Schools, Stephanie Cook, Meigs Middle School, Paige Zabo of the McMinn Meigs United Way.

Video: L-R: Clint Baker, Director Meigs County Schools, Paige Zabo of the McMinn-Meigs United Way, G. David Brown Deputy Director Meigs County Schools.


As the pandemic of COVID 19 continues to impact all aspects of society, the Meigs County School system is focused on how to best address these concerns and continue to educate students and keep them safe. We have limited ability, as a school system, to address these health issues compared to the previous school year. Meigs County presently has over 20 percent of our student population out of school due to direct or indirect involvement with Covid-19. We are highly encouraging students to wear masks. We now are implementing a mask mandate for all teachers and staff as we did last year (effective immediately). That mandate is in effect when a teacher or staff is within six feet of another person. It is known that masks reduce the transmission of this virus. If students are wearing masks appropriately during close contact with a positive case, where all parties are masked, the non-positive student will not need to quarantine (unless they have symptoms). Mask wearing means we stay in school.

The mission of United Way is to unite our community’s resources to give everyone the opportunity for a good quality of life, through EDUCATION, STABILITY IN THE FAMILY & GOOD HEALTH. They partner and work closely with over twenty nonprofit organization’s in our community to ensure that we are doing everything we can locally to find long-term solutions to our communities most complex and pressing needs.

This is a short video of Rachel Moore talking about how United Way helped the bus crash victims.

You can donate by clicking this link or by texting UWMM to 313131.

Agenda Board Workshop October 25, 2021
Agenda Board Meeting October 5, 2021
Agenda Board Workshop September 23, 2021
Agenda Board Meeting September 9, 2021


The Meigs County Schools Foundational Literacy Skills Plan has been approved by TDOE. We would like to thank the Early Literacy committee for their hard work developing this plan for the students of Meigs County. We look forward to supporting our teachers as they implement the components of this plan.

We are so proud to see one of our very own teachers receive the 2021 Golden Apple Teacher of the Year Award!

Reading 360 Free Family Resources: Decodables Available for All Tennessee Families of K-2 Students

The free At-Home Decodable Book Series is now available to Tennessee families of kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd-grade children to help our youngest learners become stronger readers. This launch is part of the family component of the state’s Reading 360 initiative to help boost strong reading skills amongst Tennessee students.

Tennessee families can order one booklet pack for each of their kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd-grade students. Booklets will be delivered to the mailing address provided.

In addition to the order form, a step-by-step ordering guide, FAQs and additional information can be found online by clicking here.

November Menu 2021
October Menu 2021

As required by T.C.A. 49-6-6007, the state and districts must post on the respective website a calendar of all state and district-mandated assessments for each school year.

This is the official website of the Meigs County School System. The site is intended to serve as a useful source of information for parents, students and the general public as well as a quick reference tool for the school system's teachers and staff.The Meigs County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:Title: Federal Programs Director345 N. Main Street | P.O. Box 1039 | Decatur, TN 37322 | (423)334-5973Title: Coordinated School Health/504 Director345 N. Main Street | P.O. Box 1039 | Decatur, TN 37322 | (423)334-5973