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CLEVELAND HIGH SCHOOL recently held its Career and Technical Education spring banquet, where students were honored for their achievements throughout the year. more
E.L. Ross hosted a Science Fair recently, with over 70 entries more
These Bulldog Cheerleaders competed in the Cheersport National Competition in Nashville in April. They won their division and also won Grand Champion of their level. more
BATON ROUGE, La. — Two local students have been initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Jessica Stone … more
In April, Cleveland Middle School Algebra I students competed in the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers’ Association statewide high school math contest at Tennessee Wesleyan University. The five … more
Janice Baker and Bill Emrey from LONZA Corporation recently visited Walker Valley High School to honor the graduating seniors who had composite ACT scores of 27 or higher. LONZA has partnered … more
NORTH LEE Elementary School recently received a donation of $500 in honor and memory of Lucille Kelly, who served as librarian at the school for 17 years. Kelly passed away in 2015 at age 95. The … more
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Five current Kansas State University students are among the National Science Foundation's 2017 Graduate Research Fellows and honorable mentions. They include Robert "Kent" … more
Bradley Central recognized College Day this year with a motivational speaker, inducting students into the ACT 30+ Club and signing their scholarship papers for the fall. Parents, grandparents, … more
Lee University recently hosted Lee Day 2017, an annual 30-hour event geared toward prospective students and their families. To wrap up the Lee Day festivities April 8, seven students were awarded … more
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