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Attention Veterans! Helping Heroes Grants Available

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability has announced they have completed an evaluation of a program providing financial aid to armed services veterans to attend institutions of higher education in Tennessee. The review of Helping Heroes Grants focused on the last four years of the program’s operation from 2017 to 2021. The grants …

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THS DECA Program Celebrates Competitive Season

With the school year concluded, the Tullahoma High School Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) celebrated the conclusion of a stellar competitive season. Abby Lynch, Olivia Murphy and Emma Bell represented Tullahoma at the DECA International Conference in Atlanta last month. The THS sophomores were three of the 17,000 students, advisors and industry leaders who …

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Graduation Parade held for Coffee County High School Seniors

Because of COVID-19 concerns Coffee County Central High School held a “Parade of Graduates in 2020 and 2021,” but this year the normal ceremony returns to Carden-Jarrell Field (weather permitting) at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 27, 2022.   Because so many enjoyed the senior parades the event took place again this year on Monday …

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Rate of High School Grads enrolling in Postsecondary Education is Dropping

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission has released the inaugural state college-going status report, College Going and the Class of 2021. The report examines the annual college-going rate and explores student aspirations and plans for after high school graduation. The new college-going rate, the portion of Tennessee public high school graduates who enrolled in postsecondary education immediately …

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Parade of Graduates and Graduation set for Coffee County High School

Because of COVID-19 concerns Coffee County Central High School held a “Parade of Graduates in 2020 and 2021,” but this year the normal ceremony returns to Carden-Jarrell Field (weather permitting) at 7 p.m. on May 27, 2022.   For everyone that have enjoyed the senior parade will be happy to know that on Monday, May …

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May Silver Alert Awareness Month

Just as an Amber Alert can help return a missing or abducted child, a Silver Alert can call the community’s attention to a missing dementia patient, who may have wandered away from home or a care facility and who may be in need of assistance. Tennessee’s Silver Alert law took effect last July, and has …

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Lemonade Day is May 19 in Manchester

Manchester will be the second community in Tennessee to play host to a global youth entrepreneurship program that teaches leadership and business skills by encouraging children to launch a lemonade business. The Manchester Chamber of Commerce has been working in partnership with Manchester City Schools to provide curriculum and training materials to all fourth-grade students …

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Motlow Wins Big at SkillsUSA

Motlow State swept the community college competition at the annual State Leadership and Skills Conference in Chattanooga April 10-13. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. The organization provides educational programs, events, and competitions that support career and technical education in classrooms across the …

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Coffee County Education Foundation donates funds for Outdoor Classroom

The Coffee County Education Foundation (CCEF) presented a $5,000 check to the Coffee County Middle School for an outdoor classroom during the May School Board meeting. The CCEF supports many programs of Coffee County Schools through donations from the community.  For information about donating to the Foundation, see the Coffee County Schools website at coffeecountyschools.com. Pictured are CCEF …

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