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The Bradley County Schools Math meet was held on April 14. There were approximately 100 fourth and fifth-graders participating in an individual written and team bracket-style buzzer competition. Park View Elementary School hosed the event. A spokesman noted, “These students know their mathematics and can compute difficult problems efficiently and quickly.” Individual winners in the fourth-grade for the paper test were John Stewart at Waterville Community Elementary School, Doc James at Valley View Elementary, Anna Grace LaDuke at Taylor Elementary, Jeremiah Crowder at Prospect Elementary, Andrew Newman at Park View Elementary, Taylor Hoffman at Oak Grove Elementary, Eli Myers at Michigan Avenue Elementary, and Caden Leana at Charleston Elementary School. Not available for the photo was Bradock Tippit at Hopewell Elementary School. more
ee Students Present at Sigma Tau Delta Convention By Ashley Walker   Eight students from Lee University recently presented at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Sigma Tau Delta, an international English honor society for graduate and undergraduate students, holds this convention annually. Lee is home to the Alpha Beta Iota chapter of Sigma Tau Delta.   The 2018 convention was titled “Seeking Freedom.” ?“This year’s convention was a great opportunity for students to share their excellent work, hear from nationally-known authors, explore museums and cathedrals in Cincinnati, and build a stronger community within the honor society,” said Dr. Kevin Brown, one of the sponsors for Lee’s Sigma Tau Delta chapter. “It was a great group of students and a great experience for all involved.”   Four students were accepted for their creative work—Emily Baker (poetry), Bethanie Hathaway (fiction), Hannah Rogers (fiction), and Rebekah Taylor (poetry). Two students—Selah Meyer and Hunter White—were accepted for their critical papers on linguistics, and two students—Sarah Gentry and Ashley Walker—were accepted for their critical papers on literature.   Sarah Gentry received an honorable mention award in the Convention Theme (Seeking Freedom) category for her critical paper, “Edna’s Fruitless Quest for Freedom in ‘The Awakening’.”   Katie Hass’ creative nonfiction piece was also accepted for publication in “Rectangle,” Sigma Tau Delta’s journal for creative work.   To see the list of accepted papers and creative works for the 2018 Sigma Tau Delta Convention, visit http://www.englishconvention.org/2018/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/AcceptedPapers-171817.pdf.    For more information on Lee University’s Department of Language and Literature, contact languageliterature@leeuniversity.edu.     PHOTO: Pictured here (left to right) at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention are Rebekah Taylor, Emily Baker, Hunter White, Brian Ericson, Selah Meyer, Sarah Gentry, Hannah Rogers, Ashley Walker, Bethanie Hathaway, and Dr. Kevin Brown.   more
A theater geek's dream is coming true at the Cleveland High School Theatre, where an exceptional group of students have assembled to perform the new musical “Disaster!” more
Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region recently launched its seventh JA Company Program at Polk County High School in Benton. The JA Company Program provides aspiring teen entrepreneurs with the … more
NASHVILLE — Education Commissioner Candice McQueen and the Tennessee Department of Education have announced the 40 public schools selected to receive a total of nearly $2.3 million in the second … more
Melissa Fugate, teacher and drama club sponsor at Polk County High School, is proud to  announce that she and club actors are presenting a fun, fantastical production of the musical"Willy Wonka … more
Blythe students have fun playing games and creating crafts during Blythe-Bower's weeklong salute to Dr. Seuss. more
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