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Dawn Robinson, Tom Cloud and Charlie Cogdill attended their last Cleveland City School Board of Education meeting as members on Monday, Aug. 15. The new board members will take office Sept. 1: … more
The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education unanimously voted Monday, Aug. 15, to approve a resolution that supports educators and defends them from attacks such as the recent one by a Michigan … more
Cleveland coffee shop lines are about to get longer. Lee University students have returned to Cleveland and are settling back in on campus with their first day of classes scheduled for Wednesday, … more
Cleveland Middle School students were welcomed back to school for their first full day of classes on Friday, Aug. 12. Students were beckoned into school by the CMS dance and cheer teams, … more
No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle crash involving a Bradley County Schools bus today, Monday, Aug. 15, near the 25th/Ocoee streets intersection.The students were transported safely to Ocoee … more
Several Bradley County Schools projects are nearing completion. The Hopewell Elementary traffic project, handled by the Wright Brothers Construction Company in conjunction with the Bradley … more
Retired Lee professor of education Ashley Smith Jr. recently received the Distinguished Service Award at the Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) 43rd Annual Conference. Smith won for … more
Cleveland State Community College made history with the appointment of Ty Stone — the college’s first Black female president. “I'm just so fortunate and blessed to be here,” Stone said. … more
The Chattanooga School of Language (CSL) will expand its services to offer in-person Spanish language instruction to the community of Cleveland starting in September.“We’re pleased to respond to … more
Cleveland State Community College is now accepting applications for its evening certified nursing assistant (CNA) program, which is a Tennessee-approved nurse aide training class for individuals … more
The only Democrat on the Bradley County ballot, Jodi Riggins, beat Republican Allan Jones for the District 5 seat on the Cleveland City school board in Thursday’s general election. In the only … more
The Bachman Foundation recently awarded more than $20,000 in scholarship funds. Checks were presented to Landry Clark to attend Shenandoah Baptist Academy; Brianna Taylor to attend Skyuka Hall; … more
The DAR Outstanding Teacher of American History honors notable, full-time teachers of American history and related fields (social studies, government and citizenship education) in grades 5-12. This … more
Democrat Jodi Riggins beat competitor and Republican Allan Jones for the District 5 seat on the Cleveland City school board. In the only contested race for the Cleveland City school board, she … more
The Community First Awards Committee has honored award winners after receiving approximately 75 nominations from Cleveland State Community College’s five-county service area.There were 13 winners … more
The start of the school year is here! As parents sign forms and double-check supply lists and students scramble to find their school supplies, district staff and community agencies are getting ready … more
Kathy Goodridge-Purnell is joining Southern Adventist University as the new senior adviser to the president on diversity and strategic planning. Originally from England with roots in the Caribbean, … more
Though an official court order has not yet been filed, a lawsuit filed against local businessman Allan Jones has been dismissed. The lawsuit challenged Jones’ eligibility to run for city … more
During Cleveland City Schools’ convocation Monday, Aug. 1, teachers, staff and administrators from across the district came together for an afternoon of games, awards and recognitions. The … more
Tennessee is one of the top 20 states for sex trafficking. To remember Human Trafficking Awareness Week, the Bradley County Health Department partnered last week with the Red Sand Project and … more
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