Nikisha Greer, or Kisha is a longtime resident, 2002 Treadwell graduate and middle school teacher with a deep love and commitment to the Heights. After you graduated from Treadwell, what did you do? I went to Bethel University on a Basketball Scholarship and graduated in 2007 with a Masters Degree… Read More →
Our Discussion 1. April 27th we will have a neighborhood SERVE & PLAY event. Everyone is invited to join us from 9-11 for a neighborhood street clean followed by a celebration at Treadwell from 11-1. This will be an ALL HANDS ON DECK event, so we will be asking everyone… Read More →
Treadwell Elementary and Middle will be the latest iZone (Innovation Zone) schools beginning in the 2013-2014 school year, which will operate as a special subset of the Unified School District. Treadwell Elementary and Middle will be a turnaround school meaning there will be vast faculty and staff changes. A new principal… Read More →
Welcome to We are The Heights. This photo is from last night’s Heights Coalition meeting. Our next one is March 5th, 7pm at the Treadwell Middle School Library. We hope to see you there.
Clean Memphis, The Heights Coalition and Treadwell Middle School are planning a Spring Clean and Neighborhood Party for April 27th: 9am to 1pm. If you want your street cleaned, please email us and let us know how many people on your street will help us clean up. The streets with… Read More →
Last year, our neighborhood was awarded an 18 month Building Neighborhood Capacity Program Grant. This January Kisha Greer, Anna Terry, Tamekia McGhee, Jared Myers and Ed Nance met at the Department of Justice to begin working on a neighborhood revitalization plan. The Grant will address: Resident Engagment Neighborhood Partnerships Data Communication Policy… Read More →