Morning & Afternoon Care (MAC)

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FSSD's Morning and Afternoon Care (MAC), 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.


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2024-2025 MAC Registration

All registration paperwork must be completed online through the link below. You must complete online registration for each child in your family, even if they attend the same school.  Please download the Parent Manual and 24-25 Calendar located within the  link. All information regarding policies and weekly fees is located in the parent manual.  All returning families may pay their registration fees online in ProCare. All new families will receive an email to set up your ProCare account after your registration has been processed. You can then pay your registration fees online.  We ask for you to please complete your registration paperwork one week before your child begins. Thank you! We look forward to a wonderful year!

Please note that all Freedom Intermediate Students will be transported by bus to attend MAC at Poplar Grove Elementary in the afternoons. There is no morning MAC program for Freedom or Poplar Grove.

Click Here to Register for 2024-2025 MAC



School Programs

MAC District Contact Information

Amanda Parks - District Supervisor
Christie Roberts -  Operations and Accounts Coordinator

Freedom Middle School
1000 Excellence Way
Franklin, TN  37064

615-790-4719- MAC District Office
615-591-2810- MAC Fax Line
615-794-4837 – Johnson Elementary- Summer/Holiday/Snow Site for all schools

District Program Information

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.