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New sign brings increased visibility to the Crossville Christian School
There is a treasure on the Cumberland Plateau. Rather than hiding the treasure and keeping it to themselves, Crossville Christian School wants to share these riches with the Crossville Christian community.
Junior Achievement grows opportunities for kids
Since its start in the Cumberland County school system in 2009, opportunities for students to experience Junior Achievement have increased significantly.
- CCHS celebrates homecoming
Kindred Spirits set at RSCC
If you are looking for a family-friendly Halloween activity for your little ghost or goblin, then look no more.
Five earn AP Scholar Awards
Five students at Stone Memorial High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP exams
Lions tackle new sight-hearing schedule in county schools
The state of Tennessee passed a state law several years ago that requires health testing in all elementary schools. This includes screening for sight and hearing as well as Body Mass Index (BMI) for blood pressure, weight and height. Kids in Pre-K, kindergarten, second, fourth, sixth and eighth grades are required for testing each year. This provides a check on a student every two years for any possible health problem.
- North marks Constitution Week
Students win in Pioneer Day art contest
The art students at the two county high schools always show their support by entering the art contest for the annual Pioneer Day fund raiser held by the Fair Park Senior Center. It is always amazing what their imaginations can come up with, and the talent the students have in creating the art. This year’s theme was “Foods at Harvest.” The students all received extra credit for the project, and the winners received gift cards from the local Walmart, presented by Steve Loyd.
- CAC students enjoy a day at Autumn Acres
Brown students have a voice in their learning experience
Students at Brown Elementary are given a voice in their learning through the Student Advisory Council. Comprised of representatives in fifth through eighth grades, students have the opportunity to contribute ideas to a variety of issues, including effective learning strategies and positive behavior reinforcement.
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