Morning and Afternoon Care (MAC)
MAC, which stands for Morning and Afternoon Care, is a school-based program that provides childcare for students before and after school. MAC is also open on special days when school is not in session, such as snow days, early dismissal days, and school holidays.
Imagine the Best Kinds of Adventures! Join us this Summer 2021!
registration deadline tuesday, may 11th
Summer 2021 Flyer- Download a copy that includes our Summer 2021 programming information
Summer 2021 Parent Contract-Download and choose the option that best meets your family's needs. This form needs to be included with your Summer Registration Form.
Summer 2021 Registration Form- Download and submit with your Parent Contract and material fee to register.
MAC Parent Handbook 2020-2021 – The handbook summarizes our expectations and policies and includes the Tennessee Department of Education’s Summary of Child Care Requirements. Please print and review all information.
MAC Return to Learn FAQ’s – This document answers questions regarding our district return to learn plan including MAC specific information.
MAC Calendar 2020-2021 – Keep up to date on all of the MAC closure dates.
ATTENTION FREEDOM MIDDLE PARENTS
Our Freedom Middle School program is held at Poplar Grove Elementary. Bus F-30 will pick the students up after school at FMS and transport them to PGES. The FMS students will be combined with the PGMS students. You will pick up your child in the Poplar Grove Elementary front office. Please complete the following bus transportation form and submit it with your child’s registration paperwork.
The MAC Program seeks feedback from its staff and stakeholders. Staff surveys are utilized to seek input. The relationship between the Site Managers and the MAC Program Supervisor is one of collaboration. The MAC Program also seeks feedback from its most important stakeholders, the students and their parents. Input is always encouraged and the program is made better by the valuable feedback received from the students and their families. Input from building principals and classroom teachers is also actively sought in order to better meet the academic needs of the students.