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Grant application available to public
It is the intent of the Cumberland County School System to submit an application for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. The grant would provide funds for the continuation of a before and after-school program at Crab Orchard, Brown, Martin, North Cumberland, Pine View, Stone and South Cumberland elementary schools. Extended learning time activities would include educational, enrichment and recreational activities. The application and any waiver requests will be available for public review at the Title I office at 368 Fourth St.
Strong is Grand National Champion in handwriting
Mollie Grace Strong, a fourth-grade student at Homestead Elementary School, was the fourth-grade Grand National Champion in the 2014 National Handwriting Contest.
- CCHS freshmen invited to Blue Bash
Chadwell named new SMHS dance coach
Aven Chadwell will be the new dance coach at Stone Memorial High School in the coming school year.
Inez Wrenn students reach out to needy children in their community
On the evening of Tuesday, April 29, at the Palace Theatre, the Inez Wrenn SDA School presented their annual spring concert and play to a packed house.
Pylant named TCAT Student of the Term
Jessie Pylant, an Electronics Technology student from Crossville, has been honored as the 2014 Spring Student of the Term at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville.
Local dancers selected for Governor's School
Alexis Taryn Rhianne Moore and Emily Swafford have been chosen to attend the Tennessee Governor's School in Dance. Dance students from all over the state audition for this opportunity. The audition consists of performing a dance and an interview. Only a small number of dancers are chosen for the program held at Middle Tennessee State University. They will spend three weeks in June training with a variety of instructors.
Squire welcomed as band director at SMHS
SMHS would like to welcome their new band director, Josh Squire, to the school.
- Crab Orchard students take Olympic challenge
- Shoulders visits Pleasant Hill
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