BREAKING NEWS: Millington Schools will be out for two weeks


After spring break for Millington Municipal Schools March 16-20, the students of Millington Central High School, Millington Middle School, E.A. Harrold and Millington elementary schools will have addition week out because of coronavirus concerns.

Today was the last scheduled day of attendance on the regular calendar for student prior to spring break. Children were released at normal times today.

BELOW IS THE STATEMENT FROM Millington Municipal School

The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving, and we have been closely monitoring the situation.  After serious and considerable deliberation and input from many stakeholders, the six municipal Shelby County superintendents in Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Germantown, Lakeland, and Millington have made the collective decision to cancel classes, extracurricular activities, and sporting events through the week following Spring Break.  

At this time, we are closing schools through Friday, March 27th.  This will provide opportunities for social distancing, thorough disinfection of schools and buses, and contingency planning in case prolonged closures are required at some point in the future. We ask that families do not simply view this as an extended Spring Break or additional vacation time. Families should heed the warnings of health experts and limit your social interactions during this time to prevent the spread of the virus. 

Thank you for your support as we navigate this challenging situation.  We will continue to seek the advice of health professionals as developments occur and make updates as necessary.