On this historic day in Shelby County, the staff of the newly formed Unified School District are currently on a eight school tour around the county. One of those stops was at 4964 Cuba-Millington Road at the home of the Stallions, Millington Middle School. Members of the Shelby County Schools and Superintendent Dorsey Hopson joined Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell for the visit to Principal Amie Marsh’s school about 9:30. After the bus dropped Hopson and crew off on the front step of Millington Middle, Marsh greeted them and began the tour of her school. Starting her second year as principal, Marsh showcased her staff’s dedicated work for the sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Hopson and the members of the new Shelby County Schools started their tour at 7:10 at Carver High School. Then there were stops at Idlewild Elementary and Frayser High School before coming up Highway 51 to Millington. The rest of the day agenda for the bus included stops at Kate Bond Middle, Germantown High, Southwind Elementary and Melrose High. Marsh said she was honored that her school was selected to be a part of the historic tour. She added that the staff at Millington Middle will make the best of this year for the children and continue to be an example for all the school a part of Shelby County Schools.