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Bradley County 4-H members competed in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Achievement Contest on May 5 in Athens.  more
Lee Student Receives Neese Nursing Scholarship   Heather Herring, a junior nursing major in the Lee University School of Nursing, recently received the Willie J. Neese Nursing Scholarship, funded by the Tennessee Elks Benevolent Trust (TEBT).   Herring, a native of Cleveland, is the daughter of Rhonda Herring and a 2013 graduate of Cleveland High School.   “I am so grateful for this scholarship,” said Herring. “It will help me accomplish my dreams of becoming a trauma nurse. With this scholarship I am able to continue the nursing program without worry and would like to thank God and the Elks Lodge for awarding me this scholarship to be able to fulfill this dream."
Cleveland High School students joined about 350 of their high school peers in Murfreesboro on March 6 to express their views on public education in Tennessee at the Tennessee School Boards … more
Bradley County Virtual School will hold summer classes for high school credit accrual. Successful credit earned will be transferred for students enrolled within the Bradley County School … 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
2017-18 Honor Roll Third Nine Weeks GOLD HONOR ROLL (ALL A’s)9th GradeGwenevera F. AcebedoJoseph C. AdamsSamuel W. BainWilliam P. BlackwellAvery F. BrokishChristopher D. CarteeEmma C. … more
This year, Valley View Elementary has welcomed a new therapy dog to the staff.   The school counselor, Kathy Carter, has been using therapy dogs in her counseling lessons for many … more
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