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TCAT holds spring graduation
Tennessee College of Applied Technology Crossville held its 2014 spring graduation ceremony on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
TCAT students compete in SKILLS USA competition
Tennessee College of Applied Technology recently had several students compete in state level SKILLS USA contest. SKILLS USA is TCAT's version of a football team. It is based around classes the students are training in as well as some leadership contests.
Inez Wrenn Jump Rope For Heart event a success
At a time when job growth is down and the cost of everything from stamps to gasoline is up, students at the Inez Wrenn Seventh-day Adventist School were overwhelmed by the generosity of their community.
HES supports Autism Awareness
Homestead Elementary School recently supported Autism Awareness Day.
Panther Tales Players take the stage for ‘A Midsummer Night’s Teen’
As part of Stone Memorial High School’s Festival of the Arts, the Panther Tales Players take the stage on Friday, May 2, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 3, at 2 p.m. in the auditorium with their performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Teen.” Your $5 ticket at the door will get you in to all the festivities, as well as help support the arts at SMHS.
COCCO to perform final concert of the season
On Friday, May 9, at 7 p.m., the Children of Crossville Chamber Orchestra (COCCO) will perform its final concert of the 2013-'14 concert season at the Palace Theatre. The theme will be "Music Is Global" and will feature music from around the world along with Haydn's 9th symphony.
KOTR celebrates third senior recognition luncheon
Kids on the Rise (KOTR) has been awarding college scholarships to qualifying graduating high school seniors for the past three years. Students who apply must be a current mentee with KOTR and been in the program for at least four years. Students who continue their higher education are awarded a scholarship each year they are enrolled in a qualifying program of study in a post-secondary institution, vocational school or trade school. Scholarship amounts are determined on a year-to-year basis.
Brown gets grant for Disc Golf, Speedminton
Frank P. Brown Elementary School was recently awarded a Tennessee Coordinated School Health grant in the amount of $2,232 to target health education, physical education, and family involvement objectives. Physical education teacher Lance Beaty wrote the grant, requesting class sets of equipment to maximize student involvement.
Slone is Lions Student of the Month
Stone Memorial High School senior Alena Slone has been declared “Student of the Month” for April 2014 by the Fairfield Glade Lions Club. SMHS Counselor Andrea Simmons selected Alena for the honor because of her grades and activities in and out of school.
Walker wins Upper Cumberland Women’s Club scholarship
Kayla Danielle Walker of Crossville is the 2013 Upper Cumberland Women’s Club Scholarship recipient. Kayla was award $1,000 by the organization at the February luncheon held at Grey Gables Bed & Breakfast in Rugby, TN.
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