NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Later this month, some Tennessee students will be heading back into the classroom for the start of the 2023-2024 school year. Many more districts will wait until the beginning of August to call school back in session.

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Here are when school districts in Middle Tennessee will head back to school.


Houston County Schools – July 26

Trousdale County Schools – July 27

Coffee County Schools – Abbreviated day July 31 (First full day: Aug. 2)


August 1st

Dickson County Schools

Fayetteville City Schools – Half day on Aug 1 (First full day: Aug. 2)

Lincoln County Schools – Half day on Aug 1 (First full day: Aug. 2)

Manchester City Schools – Aug. 1 from 8 to 9 a.m. (First full day: Aug. 3)

Sumner County Schools

Wilson County Schools

August 2nd

Humphreys County Schools

Lewis County Schools

Tullahoma City Schools

August 3rd

DeKalb County Schools

August 4th

Franklin Special School District – Aug. 4 for grades 1-8 (Aug. 14 first full day for Kindergarten; Aug. 21 first full day for Pre-Kindergarten)

Williamson County Schools – Aug. 4 half day for grades 1-12

August 7th

Cannon County Schools

Cheatham County Schools – Abbreviated day for grades 1-9 (Aug. 8 for grades 1-12 | Aug. 14 for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten)

Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools – Half day

Franklin County Schools

Moore County Schools – Abbreviated day on Aug. 7 (First full day: Aug. 9)

Murfreesboro City Schools – Half day on Aug. 7 (First full day: Aug. 8)

Rutherford County Schools – Half day on Aug. 7 (First full day: Aug. 8)

Robertson County Schools – Half day

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August 8th

Metro Nashville Public Schools

Warren County Schools

August 9th

Grundy County Schools

Wayne County Schools