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Education related stories in Southern Middle Tennessee

Food City makes Donation to help with Education

Food City in Winchester proudly presented a significant check to the Franklin County EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION for EXCELLENCE on Friday at the store. Former Tennessee head football coach Phillip Fulmer was on hand for the $10,000 check presentation. A rep with EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION for EXCELLENCE spoke with Will Rabb with On Target News about how they …

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3rd Grade Students must pass Reading Test to advance to 4th Grade

Thousands of third graders across Tennessee are at risk of getting held back this school year because of a new law. That law says students will need to repeat the third grade if they do not pass the state reading test at the end of the year. It passed in 2021 as part of the …

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Know the Law concerning driving near School Buses

Area law enforcement officials are reminding drivers to be alert when you are near a school bus. When you see their lights, you MUST STOP! Tennessee Law 55-8-151 states, “The driver of a vehicle upon a highway shall stop the vehicle before reaching the school bus. The driver shall not proceed until the school bus …

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“Handle with Care” program started in Bedford County

Recently Bedford County Schools partnered with the Shelbyville Police Department, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office TN and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for “Handle with Care” training conducted by the TBI. The program promotes safe & supportive homes, schools and communities that protect children and help traumatized children heal and thrive.

Motlow Partners with TN Valley Robotics to Train
Educators in Robotics Classroom Integration

Motlow State Community College partnered with Tennessee Valley Robotics to provide elementary, middle, and high school educators from across middle Tennessee with enhanced robotics training for incorporation into various classroom subjects. The training took place on August 2 at Motlow’s Automation and Robotics Training Center in McMinnville. This partnership was made possible by the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) …

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Manchester City Schools Receives 21st CCLC Grant

Manchester City Schools applied for renewal of the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant on April 14, 2022.  The Request for Proposal was made by input from an advisory board comprised of students, parents, community leaders, and school personnel.  Each application was read and scored by three reviewers. The peer review team provided each application …

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Motlow Celebrates 14 New Paramedic Graduates

Motlow State Community College recognized 14 new paramedics during a graduation ceremony held August 8 in Powers Auditorium on the College’s Moore County campus. “This graduating class has put in a lot of time and effort and proven themselves to take their place among their colleagues in the field,” said Houston Austin, EMS Director at Motlow. “I …

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Heavy Use of Earbuds Could Trigger Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Many people are returning to recreational activities they suspended during the pandemic, and hearing experts warn cranking up music using earbuds can lead to hearing loss. Dr. James Lewis, associate professor of audiology and speech pathology at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, said many people listen to music while they are running a …

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City Officials Update Community on the Tullahoma 2040 Plan

The City of Tullahoma is pleased to announce that the public will have an extended opportunity to review the ThinkTullahoma2040 Plan and provide feedback on the draft documents.  City officials will be hosting “Open House” events at the Planning and Zoning office located at 321 North Collins Street to hear from residents and answer questions. …

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Duncan receives All-National Honor Choir status

In the late summer months, the Tullahoma High School Music Department received some exciting news as junior Anne Duncan was named an All-National Honor Choir Member. “When I first learned that I was selected to the All-National Honor Choir, I was speechless. I immediately called my family and close friends to tell them. I just …

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