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Brown earns Accelerated Reader Master School status
Frank P. Brown Elementary School has earned national recognition for outstanding performance in advancing reading practice and proficiency across multiple grade levels.
SMHS recognizes Students of the Month
Stone Memorial High School has named the students of the month for November. Pictured are Alisa Baize, ninth grade; Nicole Tewell, 10th grade; Cody Reagan, 11th grade; and Bobby Norris, 12th grade.
South Garden Club gets VEC grant
South Cumberland Elementary Garden Club would like to thank VEC for the $500 check they were awarded from the VECustomers Share Foundation. The money will be used to buy garden tools to educate the students in gardening and maintaining the nature trail.
- Brown celebrates the holidays
- Character counts at South
Homestead students present performance of ‘Christmas Is’
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Homestead Elementary School (HES) presented its annual Christmas music program to a gym full of beaming parents, friends and family. This year’s program, Christmas Is, included presentations from HES Pre-K through fifth grade classes, Homestead Dance Team, HES Interpretive Movement Team, and the HES Band. The efforts and determinations of not only the wonderful students of HES were prevalent, but also that of HES’ prized and indispensable music teacher, Mr. Rick Weyhrich.
Town Council honors Pleasant Hill students, teachers
At the November Pleasant Hill Town Council meeting, teachers and students from Pleasant Hill Elementary school were honored with certificates and gift cards for their outstanding contributions to educational excellence.
- Families celebrate BES success
Graham earns All-American Livestock Judging Team spot
Crossville's Taylor Graham was one of only ten competitors selected to the All-American Livestock Judging Team Nov. 19 at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville.
Ladies Club looking for scholarship applicants
The Fairfield Glade Ladies Club is pleased to announce the 2014 Pam Biggs Scholarship Award program. The FGLC Scholarship Committee co-chairs are Sara Flohr and Barb Storer. Ruth Pavelchik, Jackie Wakefield, Linda Reiss, Pam Oberle, Cherie Trapp and Jane Wicker serve as committee members. This year’s scholarship program will target adult students who have been out of high school for two or more years and students at the Phoenix School. Also, students who received an award last year may apply for renewal.
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