Shelby County Schools Report

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Shelby County Schools Report is a local news magazine designed to inform the community about activities and events occurring within Shelby County Schools. Each month, a student reporter produces a "Teacher Feature" report, highlighting the efforts of a special educator in our system. Also featured is a "School of the Month" report, focusing on a unique aspect of that month's school. SCSR also highlights outstanding administrators and programs in Shelby County Schools. The show closes with a message from Superintendent Dorsey Hopson and a calendar of upcoming events. Special shows have included reports on summer enrichment camps, award-winning teachers and innovative programs based in educational technology. The December show features holiday performances from three Shelby County high school choral groups.

Air Dates & Times

  • Airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 2PM and 8PM.

Shelby County Schools Report

On this month's Shelby County Schools Report, Superintendent Dr. Joris Ray discusses what drew him to education and his 90-day plan of action for SCS. Learn about Kate Bond Elementary School’s ESL class for parents and a new SCS pilot program called FAST. Finally, SCSR student reporters explore Bruce Elementary’s place in Memphis’ civil rights history and introduce us to a teacher who’s teaching style is helping her students and school excel.