Education
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Clevelander among Roane State OTA students presenting work HARRIMAN — Three Roane State Community College occupational therapy assistant students presented their work at a state … more
MILITARY VETERANS were offered words of thanks during a breakfast at Ocoee Middle School. more
NORTH LEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL first-graders visited the Guthrie Pumpkin Farm after finishing a unit on plants at school earlier this fall. Students learned about the life cycle of a pumpkin, … more
Carson-Newman names local students to its Dean’s List JEFFERSON CITY — Several local students made the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester at Carson-Newman University. The following … 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
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
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
During the month of December, the Arnold Junior Beta Club participated in a service project called “The Caring Christmas Tree.” Donated items such as canned foods, other non-perishables, … more
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