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It's great to see more of our public schools announcing plans to reopen for in-person learning! To read more about Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee, click here:
Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee needs your volunteer spirit! They will be hosting four more mobile food pantries to feed 350 families per location at Kirby Middle School, Wooddale Middle School, Hillcrest High School & Fairley High School. If you are willing and able, please sign up through the link below!

As always, gloves and masks will be provided and all areas will be thoroughly sanitized before and after each activity. Families will remain in their cars to fill out paperwork (as required by the Mid-South Food Bank); food will then be placed in the trunk and they will be on their way! We hope to see you there.
Will there be online summer classes for Green dot schools?
95% of homes already have their paper forms and can respond now. The Census Bureau is delivering forms to other homes’ doorsteps to make sure everyone can respond to the census online, by phone, or by returning the pre-stamped paper form -- even if mail delivery doesn’t always come to your house.
Don't worry, getting your census form delivered is easy and no contact. This helps keep everyone safe.
These paper questionnaires will be dropped at your doorstep by trained Census Bureau field staff wearing face masks and using hand sanitizer.
You can still practice "social distancing" AND fill out the census. Census staff will not knock on your door or interact with the people in your home.
Make sure to check your front door in the coming weeks to see if a census form is waiting for you!

The Census Bureau is closely following official health and safety guidelines so you can safely play your part in building a stronger, better future for your community by completing your 2020 census.

Go to and complete: https://my2020census.gov/
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In 2010 the census undercounted more than 1.5 million people of color—but this year we have the power to change that. Stand up and be counted in less than 10 minutes!
Go to and complete: https://my2020census.gov/

The United States is becoming more diverse every day. We need to make sure the census reflects our communities and our people. Do your part—answer the census today and rest assured your data is confidential.

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We are proud to be in partnership with Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee to bring you a virtual concert this Friday at 6:30 PM/CT that benefits Memphis students, musicians and restaurants! There will be performances by Marcella & Her Lovers & Stefani Bolton live from the legendary Royal Studios. You will also have the option to have Chef Kelly English of Restaurant Iris prepare and deliver a fabulous meal (with cocktails) - curated by Cara Greenstein of Caramelized.

Support our students, musicians and restauranteurs and enjoy an evening of authentic Memphis experiences!

Tickets:
Virtual Concert - $65
Dinner + Delivery by Chef Kelly English - Additional $70
This Friday Royal in conjunction with Ditty TV Restaurant Iris and Caramelized are doing a virtual instrument drive for Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee ! We will live stream from Royal, music by two super talented ladies Marcella Simien and the amazing Stefanie Bolton Bernard! Green Dot currently operates five public schools in Memphis. Proceeds will go to making Instruments and music programs available to these schools. Tickets can be purchased on the link below. As a bonus, if you live in the Memphis Area you can purchase a Ticket that includes a locally prepared three-course meal and cocktails delivered right to your doorstep!! Cuisine by Kelly English and curated by Caramelized. Please show some support. Help keep Music Alive, in All Memphis City Schools!
#MusicIsessential #MemphisIsMusic👑

https://green-dot-music-in-memphis.funraise.org/page/virtual-concert-tickets?fbclid=IwAR1G9h9mwQIz5EmtmRcyCwUZ4Z6NdGYqsVyNhl1Rhfr2nSM5oLzD0m140h4
THIS FRIDAY evening, we’re celebrating a beautiful mix of Memphis music, food and education through a virtual concert live from Royal Studios with an accompanying dinner delivered to your doorstep by Chef Kelly English.

We’ve collaborated on a picture-perfect menu that includes a signature Green Dot Royale cocktail, cheese board, and your choice of shrimp & grits or sliced beef tenderloin with shallot potatoes.

Grab your tickets to join me and Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee on your couch for a great cause: https://green-dot-music-in-memphis.funraise.org/page/virtual-concert-tickets. #partner
Sign-up now for the 2020 Teach901 Virtual Job Fair!
Apply for Kirby MS Openings here: https://greendot.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/TN.

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Sign-up now for the 2020 Teach901 Virtual Job Fair!
Apply for Wooddale MS Openings here: https://greendot.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/TN.

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The census is a way to get back what you put in.
You put a lot into this country, building your community and your family. You pay taxes. America couldn’t be what it is without you. The census determines what you get out for all that you put in. It’s about time you get what’s right, what you and your family and community deserve. But you have to be counted. And that means filling out your census form.
• Memphis completion rate (as of 4/14/2020): 43%
Shelby County: 47.3%
• Surrounding municipalities in Shelby County range from 49% - 67%
https://my2020census.gov/
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Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee and the Mid South Food Bank need 25 more volunteers to help pack and distribute food at Fairley High School tomorrow!

You can participate anytime from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and gloves will be provided.

Sign up to help here: https://bit.ly/39E7Sz0

Green Dot Public Schools is a non-profit organization transforming public education so ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership and life.

Operating as usual

Chefs Gentry, Krog join virtual dinner series 10/27/2021

Chefs Gentry, Krog join virtual dinner series

https://dailymemphian.com/section/foodnews-and-features/article/24942/green-dot-schools-virtual-chef-series-krog-gentry-memphis

Chefs Gentry, Krog join virtual dinner series Tickets include a three-course dinner and a bottle of wine delivered to diners’ doors along with live instruction from one of the culinary experts.

Recognition of Service: Green Dot Celebrates National Principals Month - Updates from Green Dot Public Schools 10/20/2021

Recognition of Service: Green Dot Celebrates National Principals Month - Updates from Green Dot Public Schools

Happy Principal's Month! Please join us in celebrating our amazing principals for their commitment to our mission! THANK YOU...
- Lameika Pegues, Bluff City High School
- Christina Austin, Fairley High School
- Teddrick Estes, Hillcrest High School
- Marian Williams, Kirby Middle School
- Marysa Utley, Wooddale Middle School

Recognition of Service: Green Dot Celebrates National Principals Month - Updates from Green Dot Public Schools This October we are joining thousands of educators across the nation in celebrating National Principals Month—a moment where we can reflect on the impact that principals have had on their schools and communities.

10/19/2021

Please join us by purchasing tickets here: https://tnchefseries.funraise.org/.

Please join us by purchasing tickets here: https://tnchefseries.funraise.org/.

Memphis high school student creates anti-bullying organization to help end violence 10/12/2021

Memphis high school student creates anti-bullying organization to help end violence

College. Leadership. Life.

Memphis high school student creates anti-bullying organization to help end violence A Memphis high school student is working to put an end to bullying in schools.

First-year coach Fred Copeland has Fairley 8-1 and about to play for a region title 10/09/2021

First-year coach Fred Copeland has Fairley 8-1 and about to play for a region title

Congrats to Coach Copeland and the Fairley Bulldogs for another great win!

First-year coach Fred Copeland has Fairley 8-1 and about to play for a region title Fred Copeland coached at Westwood for two years. Now he's keeping the winning ways going at Fairley after taking over for Gene Robinson.

08/23/2021
Photos from Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee's post 08/12/2021

Join our virtual community meeting to hear updates for school opening, COVID vaccines and to get answers to other burning questions you have about the 2021-22 school year.

Photos from Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee's post 08/10/2021

School starts Monday, August 16, 2021. Join us to learn about the new school year, COVID protocols in place for safety, COVID-19 testing & vaccines.

08/09/2021

Green Dot Public Schools and ShotRX want you to return to school safely. Check out our schedule to locate a vaccination opportunity near you.

Green Dot Public Schools and ShotRX want you to return to school safely. Check out our schedule to locate a vaccination opportunity near you.

08/05/2021

Please join us TONIGHT for answers to all of your back to school questions!

Please join us TONIGHT for answers to all of your back to school questions!

08/04/2021
07/31/2021

Visit the #CFPB’s Rental Assistance Finder: http://consumerfinance.gov/renthelp

Visit the #CFPB’s Rental Assistance Finder: http://consumerfinance.gov/renthelp

07/08/2021

It’s that time again! Friday, July 9th from 2:00pm-5:45 pm & Saturday, July 10th from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, we will vaccinate individuals 12 years and up. School is starting back up in August, so let’s go back safely. Meet us on either date at Bluff City High, 4100 Ross Rd, Memphis, TN.

It’s that time again! Friday, July 9th from 2:00pm-5:45 pm & Saturday, July 10th from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, we will vaccinate individuals 12 years and up. School is starting back up in August, so let’s go back safely. Meet us on either date at Bluff City High, 4100 Ross Rd, Memphis, TN.

Green Dot Schools offer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine 06/19/2021

Green Dot Schools offer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

Green Dot Public Schools TN is excited to provide vaccines to the Memphis community. We will return to school 100% in the Fall and we want to make sure our students, families and staff are safe. It’s not too late to sign up and get a vaccine Saturday, June 19, 2021.

https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2021/06/18/green-dot-schools-offer-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine/

Green Dot Schools offer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine It’s summer break for students and one school district is taking advantage of the time to help vaccinate students and their families. Friday Green Dot Schools began offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at Bluff City High School.

06/18/2021

Happy Juneteenth!
This time last year Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee was working to provide boxes of food to families impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’re working to get families vaccinated because we are STILL in the pandemic. If you or someone you know ages 12 years and up would like a vaccine, we have appointments today and tomorrow. You’ll also get one of these cool shirts! Call for more info, 901-881-5948.

Happy Juneteenth!
This time last year Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee was working to provide boxes of food to families impacted by the pandemic. Today, we’re working to get families vaccinated because we are STILL in the pandemic. If you or someone you know ages 12 years and up would like a vaccine, we have appointments today and tomorrow. You’ll also get one of these cool shirts! Call for more info, 901-881-5948.

Photos from Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee's post 06/07/2021

Team work makes the dream work! Green Dot's Home Office is TEAMSTRONG! Thanks to Catholic Charities of West Tennessee for allowing us to partner with them to create boxed meals for families in Memphis. We are a service oriented organization and look forward to more opportunities to give back to our communities.

Photos from Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee's post 04/30/2021

Green Dot Public Schools TN is excited to celebrate National School Principal Day, May 1, 2021. We have five exemplary educators who are committed to changing the landscape of public education in Memphis. Mere words can never express the value each brings to our organization. Thank you for sharing your talent and yourselves with our learning communities.

We celebrate you Marysa Utley, Wooddale Middle; Lameika Pegues, Bluff City High; Teddrick Estes, Hillcrest High; Marian Williams, Kirby Middle; and Christina Austin, Fairley High.

04/15/2021

The Dotties have recently happened here at Green Dot Tennessee! Where we show our appreciation for the rockstars that work here and give awards through peer recognition. Check out our prize swag! #tngreendot #teamstong #dotties #awards #swag

The Dotties have recently happened here at Green Dot Tennessee! Where we show our appreciation for the rockstars that work here and give awards through peer recognition. Check out our prize swag! #tngreendot #teamstong #dotties #awards #swag

Bridging the Great Health Divide: Creating a healthier Memphis 04/01/2021

Bridging the Great Health Divide: Creating a healthier Memphis

We’re grateful to Dr. Pedro Velasquez Jr., the Life Doc team, and Jocquell Rodgers for creating this important partnership to provide needed health resources to our Green Dot families! We look forward to the next phase of this work.

Bridging the Great Health Divide: Creating a healthier Memphis One health care provider is hoping to make Memphis healthier by taking on a different approach and going to patients instead of waiting for them to see a doctor.

03/31/2021

From the desk of Principal Marysa Utley
Wooddale Middle School

Whew, what a school year this has been! Who knew that 2020 and 2021 would bring so many historical moments and new adventures? Despite the current pandemic, I am super proud of the many accomplishments that we have made as a Wooddale Family during this unprecedented time, such as:

We are welcoming 100+ students to in-person classes daily.
Our Safe and Civil Teacher Leader Team created the model supervision plan that included all COVID-19 guidelines for G.D.P.S.T.
We currently maintain a 0% transmission rate between staff and students.
We developed a twenty-one-step cleaning protocol for all common areas and classrooms.
We offer additional resources to our students, including food, clothing, housing assistance, water, shoes, utility bill assistance. This process is completed with the support of several of our community partners such as N.I.K.E., Communities In School, Mid-South Food Bank, Walmart, M.L.G.W., and Greater Community Temple C.O.G.I.C.
Our Wooddale Middle School Staff personally provided monetary gifts weekly to our families in need during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Created emotional support areas for students and staff to support mental wellness.
Increased communication with students and families via personalized calls/ text, emails, and home visits to ensure our students continue to grow academically and support daily attendance.
We continue to ensure every stakeholder has a sense of belonging by maintaining a positive school culture through our weekly student incentives, celebrating our student/ parent successes with home visits that include surprise home visits, yard signs, and gifts.

My goals for Wooddale Middle School are to:
Ensure that every student, parent, community member, and staff feel valued, supported, and loved whenever they are on our school's campus.
Continue to model, develop a passion for learning, and instill the belief that success is possible in every student we serve.
Become the school transformation model for the entire world by ensuring that all of our students are prepared for high school, leadership, and life when they leave our doors.

The resiliency of the Wooddale Community motivates me daily. Despite whatever challenges my students, parents, and teachers face, they continue to "SOAR LIKE EAGLES" by constantly operating in a spirit of excellence.

The love for learning and dedication to seeing our students and our Wooddale Middle Community succeed is definitely in our building, and I am thankful and honored to be a part of the team.

From the desk of Principal Marysa Utley
Wooddale Middle School

Whew, what a school year this has been! Who knew that 2020 and 2021 would bring so many historical moments and new adventures? Despite the current pandemic, I am super proud of the many accomplishments that we have made as a Wooddale Family during this unprecedented time, such as:

We are welcoming 100+ students to in-person classes daily.
Our Safe and Civil Teacher Leader Team created the model supervision plan that included all COVID-19 guidelines for G.D.P.S.T.
We currently maintain a 0% transmission rate between staff and students.
We developed a twenty-one-step cleaning protocol for all common areas and classrooms.
We offer additional resources to our students, including food, clothing, housing assistance, water, shoes, utility bill assistance. This process is completed with the support of several of our community partners such as N.I.K.E., Communities In School, Mid-South Food Bank, Walmart, M.L.G.W., and Greater Community Temple C.O.G.I.C.
Our Wooddale Middle School Staff personally provided monetary gifts weekly to our families in need during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Created emotional support areas for students and staff to support mental wellness.
Increased communication with students and families via personalized calls/ text, emails, and home visits to ensure our students continue to grow academically and support daily attendance.
We continue to ensure every stakeholder has a sense of belonging by maintaining a positive school culture through our weekly student incentives, celebrating our student/ parent successes with home visits that include surprise home visits, yard signs, and gifts.

My goals for Wooddale Middle School are to:
Ensure that every student, parent, community member, and staff feel valued, supported, and loved whenever they are on our school's campus.
Continue to model, develop a passion for learning, and instill the belief that success is possible in every student we serve.
Become the school transformation model for the entire world by ensuring that all of our students are prepared for high school, leadership, and life when they leave our doors.

The resiliency of the Wooddale Community motivates me daily. Despite whatever challenges my students, parents, and teachers face, they continue to "SOAR LIKE EAGLES" by constantly operating in a spirit of excellence.

The love for learning and dedication to seeing our students and our Wooddale Middle Community succeed is definitely in our building, and I am thankful and honored to be a part of the team.

03/31/2021

From the desk of Principal Marian Williams
Kirby Middle School



Martin Luther King Jr. once said “Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” Serving others has always been a passion of mine and has played an important role in my leadership style over the past few years. Servant leadership has been especially important during this pandemic as the need for additional support for our stakeholders has grown. At the start of this school year, my approach was the same as any year. I reflected on the previous year and used those takeaways to cast the vision for the next school year. The presence of the pandemic made this process more important this year due to the uniqueness of the challenges at hand. However, the greatest challenges often make this work more rewarding, and we have already begun to see some of the fruits of our labor. My vision for this year was for students, parents, and staff members to truly feel cared for, supported, and served. After working to gain buy-in from the team to truly up our creed which proclaims that “Cougars CARE”, we have been able to make those C.A.R.E. Values (community, academics, respect, & excellence) come to life in ways that we’ve never been able to before. 
Our team has made more calls home and has conducted more home visits than ever before.
We have had restorative conferences with multiple families and have worked to provide additional support to our students who have disabilities or extra obstacles preventing them from being able to attend school.
Back in September, we opened our doors to some of our students who needed to be in person at the school to get assistance with virtual learning.
I’m most proud of the way that GDPST has worked to provide additional resources to address opportunity gaps and have ensured that we’ve been able to meet our students’ most basic needs. Because of that, all of our students now have a laptop which has not only expanded the teaching and learning methods but has also given our students the opportunity to be that much more prepared for the technological demands and educational experiences aligned to college.
I’m also proud that we’ve been able to continue to provide food assistance to families through our partnership with the YMCA, MSFB, & SCS Nutrition Services.
During this difficult time, our school community has also come together to be able to support some of our families who have experienced loss and tragedies themselves including house fires and deaths. With each tragedy, the Kirby community has demonstrated such resilience, unity, and love, and this has been extra motivation that I have needed to lead our school’s team and community during this time.

While our team consistently goes above and beyond, we have also attempted to keep the learning experience as close to usual as possible so that our students can feel some sense of normalcy.
Our students still get to talk about the current events that they see on student news daily.
Our school community still practices mindfulness and meditation daily.
We still have community circles where students are free to express themselves. We have encouraged our students to reach out to us if they feel that they need counseling or someone to talk to.
Our teachers have prioritized developing relationships with students and connecting with their students in different ways to keep our school spirit up.
We have continued to plan student events and incentives to give our students something to work for every day.

All of these rituals have kept our students engaged which has helped keep our Average Daily Attendance rate competitive while most schools across the nation are seeing dramatic dips in attendance. Keeping a sense of normalcy and stability for students is a true driving force for all of the adults on our team. Therefore, one of my greatest hopes is that we will eventually be able to fully return to normal school life like what we had before COVID, before the extra restrictions and guidelines. Despite the challenges that we’ve been able to overcome and the challenges that we are still overcoming, I’m truly proud of the work we’ve been able to do and the service that we’ve been able to provide to all of our stakeholders during such difficult and unprecedented times.

From the desk of Principal Marian Williams
Kirby Middle School



Martin Luther King Jr. once said “Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” Serving others has always been a passion of mine and has played an important role in my leadership style over the past few years. Servant leadership has been especially important during this pandemic as the need for additional support for our stakeholders has grown. At the start of this school year, my approach was the same as any year. I reflected on the previous year and used those takeaways to cast the vision for the next school year. The presence of the pandemic made this process more important this year due to the uniqueness of the challenges at hand. However, the greatest challenges often make this work more rewarding, and we have already begun to see some of the fruits of our labor. My vision for this year was for students, parents, and staff members to truly feel cared for, supported, and served. After working to gain buy-in from the team to truly up our creed which proclaims that “Cougars CARE”, we have been able to make those C.A.R.E. Values (community, academics, respect, & excellence) come to life in ways that we’ve never been able to before. 
Our team has made more calls home and has conducted more home visits than ever before.
We have had restorative conferences with multiple families and have worked to provide additional support to our students who have disabilities or extra obstacles preventing them from being able to attend school.
Back in September, we opened our doors to some of our students who needed to be in person at the school to get assistance with virtual learning.
I’m most proud of the way that GDPST has worked to provide additional resources to address opportunity gaps and have ensured that we’ve been able to meet our students’ most basic needs. Because of that, all of our students now have a laptop which has not only expanded the teaching and learning methods but has also given our students the opportunity to be that much more prepared for the technological demands and educational experiences aligned to college.
I’m also proud that we’ve been able to continue to provide food assistance to families through our partnership with the YMCA, MSFB, & SCS Nutrition Services.
During this difficult time, our school community has also come together to be able to support some of our families who have experienced loss and tragedies themselves including house fires and deaths. With each tragedy, the Kirby community has demonstrated such resilience, unity, and love, and this has been extra motivation that I have needed to lead our school’s team and community during this time.

While our team consistently goes above and beyond, we have also attempted to keep the learning experience as close to usual as possible so that our students can feel some sense of normalcy.
Our students still get to talk about the current events that they see on student news daily.
Our school community still practices mindfulness and meditation daily.
We still have community circles where students are free to express themselves. We have encouraged our students to reach out to us if they feel that they need counseling or someone to talk to.
Our teachers have prioritized developing relationships with students and connecting with their students in different ways to keep our school spirit up.
We have continued to plan student events and incentives to give our students something to work for every day.

All of these rituals have kept our students engaged which has helped keep our Average Daily Attendance rate competitive while most schools across the nation are seeing dramatic dips in attendance. Keeping a sense of normalcy and stability for students is a true driving force for all of the adults on our team. Therefore, one of my greatest hopes is that we will eventually be able to fully return to normal school life like what we had before COVID, before the extra restrictions and guidelines. Despite the challenges that we’ve been able to overcome and the challenges that we are still overcoming, I’m truly proud of the work we’ve been able to do and the service that we’ve been able to provide to all of our stakeholders during such difficult and unprecedented times.

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