Jackson-Madison County Teachers
The Jackson-Madison County School System is the largest school district in West Tennessee outside of Shelby County. We employ over 2,300 teaching and support staff in the district of nearly 13,000 students. This makes JMCSS is the 2nd largest employer in Madison County.
JMCSS is on the move to support and grow our outstanding team by providing innovative professional development opportunities, and excellent classroom supports and coaching. The district is also always seeking to bring additional highly effective staff on board as we continue to strengthen our academic team at the elementary, middle and high school levels.
2016 Teacher of the Year
6th Grade Humanities and Academic Writing Teacher at Northeast Middle School Academic Academy, Mandy Fraley, has been selected at the Southwest CORE Tennessee Teacher of the Year! As a regional winner, Fraley’s name will be submitted for consideration for the next level of judging as a candidate for the Tennessee Teacher of the Year.
Fraley has been an educator for 17 years and received her education at the University of Memphis, Union University and Cumberland University. In addition to teaching 6th grade, Fraley has taught 2nd-7th grades and also served the district as an instructional coach for 5 years prior to her current position at Northeast Middle.
We congratulate Mandy Fraley on this outstanding achievement and wish her the best as she competes for the Tennessee State recognition later this year.