The Maryville City Schools Central Offices are located on the west end of Maryville High School, at the corner of Lawrence Avenue and South Cedar Street. Our normal office hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Summer hours may vary, but are typically 8:00 a.m. - 4 p.m., with a one hour lunch break between noon and 1:00 p.m. You are welcome to call our offices, email us, or stop by at your convenience. For matters that may require a staff person with the specific skills or information needed to address your concern, please call before stopping by.
Our goal is to keep community residents informed about the Maryville City School district, school board and individual schools. The district communication office coordinates media relations in a spirit of open, transparent communication. Staff respond to requests from reporters and other media representatives for information and interviews about district programs, policies, and activities. News releases about district events and accomplishments are distributed to the media, posted to the district's web site, and often shared on social media.
We invite inquiries from the media and request that the district office be your first point of contact when reaching out to school administrators or teachers. Coordinating interviews, gathering data, or simply finding the best resource to address your topic of interest would be our pleasure.
Jessica Smith (9th grader) will have her mixed-media piece, "Headless Horseman" on display at the museum of art in Knoxville this month
Patrick Qiu earned 1st chair position in the Gold Band (ET School Band & Orchestra Jr. Band Clinic) along with 8 other MJHS students. 3 students were selected for Silver Band and 5 students for Bronze band.
Sam Houston students participated in a book drive during Thanksgiving week to help rebuild a supply of books lost at the Camp in the Community – a summer camp program that recently lost $60,000 in equipment and supplies, including the books given to students during their camp experience.