Nashville, Tenn.,
17
June
2019
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01:04 AM
America/Chicago

MNPS Announces New District Organizational Structure

 

Dr. Adrienne Battle, Metro Nashville Public Schools interim director of schools, today annouced a refreshed organizational structure and several changes in leadership roles.

A strong organizational structure designed with student learningteacher practicesprincipal practices and central office practices at its core is a proven formula for student academic achievement. These changes and leadership placements will allow MNPS to support these four critical areas. In addition, the new organization chart for school support (see below) reflects the twin goals of directing support to elementary, middle and high schools, while keeping the geographic responsibilities of the executive directors.

 

 

Dr. Adrienne Battle, Interim Director of Schools
I have always liked the simplicity of centering our focus on our students and valuing the talents of our team. Central office should be a true support system for the needs of our schools and for all employees. I am making these changes with this goal in mind. This new structure provides district leaders with the framework for leading with purpose, transparency, and integrity so we can improve districtwide instructional practices and accelerate learning for all students. I look forward to working with this new team of talented educators. We have promising and great days ahead of us!
Dr. Adrienne Battle, Interim Director of Schools

 

School Support Organizational Chart

 

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School Support Organization Chart
About Metro Nashville Public Schools

Metro Nashville Public Schools is one of the nation’s top 50 largest school districts, preparing 86,000 students for Exceeding Great Expectations in higher education, work and life. With the goal of being the first choice for Nashville families, Metro Schools is committed to the mission of delivering a great public education to every student, every day. The district is earning a national reputation for urban school reform, social and emotional learning and rising academic achievement. The governing body for Metro Schools is the Metropolitan Nashville Board of Public Education, a nine-member elected body.