Education
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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
OMAHA, Neb. – WoodmenLife is sponsoring the “America Is …” Video Contest, which aims to get elementary school students excited about their country and to show pride in their school and their … more
 NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Education recently released a framework for supporting and empowering districts to more effectively serve their students who are English Learners. This … more
Each year, the Bradley County Farm Bureau partners with the University of Tennessee Extension Office to teach lessons pertaining to agriculture. The students are challenged through the programs the … more
 NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen recently announced a comprehensive initiative to transform the leadership of Tennessee’s … 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
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
Mayfield Elementary holds successful  ESL NightMayfield Elementary celebrated its English as a Second Language students and their families with its ESL Night on Thursday, March 15.  The … more
ATLANTA – Oglethorpe University congratulates Samuel Held, of Cleveland, for earning recognition on the Fall 2017 Dean's List for … more
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