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YATES PRIMARY SCHOOL, and Principal Mike Collier, were host to Cleveland Board of Education members for a holiday meal recently. Collier took over as principal this year, replacing Ingram, who was … more
In order to share the spirit of giving this Christmas, second-graders from Mrs. Cumming's, Mrs. Montgomery's and Mrs. Smith's classes at Yates Primary adopted a child from the Salvation Army Angel … more
Cleveland High School’s Work Based Learning (WBL) students were recently treated to a Christmas party at WBL partner LongHorn Steakhouse. “We’re really proud to work with Cleveland High … more
The Walker Valley High School Beta Club won several awards for its work while at the recent state convention. Club members attended the Tennessee Senior Beta Club Convention in Nashville in … more
POLK COUNTY High School’s Beta Club chapter recently raised more than $470 for the New Hope Pregnancy Care Center in Cleveland, through a baby bottle coin donation drive. The students also … more
GRACE PHILLIPS, a student at Park View Elementary School, learns about energy and electricity during a field trip to the American Museum of Science and Energy. She and her classmates got to visit the … more
TAYLOR Elementary School Junior Beta Club students recently won first place in the group talent competition at the Tennessee Junior Beta Club Convention in Nashville. Seven girls performed a scene … more
THE BOMBOY FAMILY enjoys a game of checkers during Hopewell Elementary School’s annual Country Christmas event. Students and their families made snowman spoon ornaments, strung popcorn and … more
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