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The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi inducts new members more
Ashtyn Brantley Thanksgiving is here and as an eighth-grade student I think of all the things that surround this thankful holiday season. For students, there is the all-important week of vacation away from school that allows us to celebrate with family and friends. We take part in a celebration that includes a traditional bounty of food that most of us enjoy. In school, we learn about the origins of Thanksgiving and the sacrifices made to ensure the freedoms and lifestyle we are so blessed to have. Students do consider this season to be a time for giving thanks. However, what is really important to students on this traditional fall holiday? Here is my perspective. more
Cleveland High School Theater is preparing for its annual Class Play Off productions.  Class Plays Offs are a festival of grade-level, one-act plays that are student-directed by senior Thespian … more
When you think of Oct. 31, Halloween is always the first thing that comes to mind. Young children through elementary school age don their spooky scary costumes prowling through neighborhoods and … more
Walker Valley High School more
Valley View Elementary 3rd grade all A's – William Wright, Elisha Rymer, Brooklyn Harvey, Samuel Pace, Lila Phillips. A/B roll – Ronnie Wohler, Oliver Sykes, Savannah Pickering, … more
MICHIGAN AVENUE SCHOOL  2021-2022 – 1st Nine Week Grading Period 3rd GRADE “A” HONOR ROLL Lily Acuff, Sarah Arrowood, Asher Barnett, Reagan Bates, Leila Berndt, Kizzie Breese, Collins, Ensminger, Sophia Hildebrand, Brooklyn Lemons, Delia Mattos, Jackson McQuatters, Hayden Monroe, Caroline Page, Jonathan Pierce,  Faith Reed, Bear Scannapiego, Geetika Sharma, Stasia Sinitsky, Diane Sutter, Elijah Tate, Jennings Weekley, Lavon Wilson, Abigail Wright “AB” HONOR ROLL Kaylen Anderson, Damian Black, Zora Carico, Emily Curry, Gabriel Echols, Antonio Flores, Zekiah Flores-Young, Brelynn Fox, LaMyah Gentry, Brodey Grant,  Konnor Green, Auburn Hensley, Presley Jones, Luke Kibler, Sophia Lankford, Silas LeMarr, Delilah Nitsch, Makenna Parris, Gabe Plummer, Melanie Polo, Leya Ryan, Brooklyn Sims, Quinn Stryker, Aiden Thomas, Isaiah Viola more
Student’s Perspective: Data mining By KARA AHLBERG more
Oak Grove Elementary A & AB Honor Roll (first nine weeks) more
Charleston Elementary STEAM  Honor Roll    1st   Grading Period A Honor Roll Third grade –    more
SNHU Announces Summer 2021 President's List MANCHESTER, NH — It is with great pleasure that Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) congratulates the following students on being named to the summer 2021 President's List. They include Adina Gee, Kayla Cross and April Harmon of Cleveland and Blake Dockery of Decatur. Full-time students who have earned a minimum grade-point average of 3.700 and above are named to the President's List. Full-time status is achieved by earning 12 credits; undergraduate day students must earn 12 credits in fall or spring Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is a private, nonprofit institution with an 89-year history of educating traditional-aged students and working adults. more
Local residents named to Sewanee Dean's List more
Leanna Sexton attends summer orientation at Bob Jones University more
William Estes graduates from Wheaton WHEATON, Ill. —  Wheaton College congratulates May 2021 graduate William Llewellyn Estes. Estes, of Cleveland, Tennessee, graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts in international relations and German . more
Myra Ashton Jenne receives degree from Washington and Lee University more
Cleveland trio earns places on Bethel Dean’s List more
APSU 2021 Spring Commencement  more
Freed-Hardeman University announces President's, Dean's lists  more
Nature and wildlife conservation is an important part of keeping Tennessee beautiful, and Cleveland State Community College’s Greg A. Vital Center for Natural Resources and Conservation helps … more
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