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TCS sees Five Elementary Students named to TN Treble Honor Choir

Five TCS students were recently selected as members of the Tennessee Treble Honor Choir, which will perform in Nashville this April. Bel-Aire Elementary School had four students who were named to the honor choir. The four Bees selected are Kyra Gentry, Gavin Good, Alyzabeth Holman and Analeigh Spain. “I am so proud of all my …

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Tree Day in Tennessee is March 18

Tennessee residents are invited to beautify their properties and their communities by planting trees on Tennessee Tree Day on March 18, 2023. Trees are available to reserve online now through February 26 for a small donation per tree while supplies last. Residents may reserve native trees online to plant at their properties by visiting the event website: tectn.org/TennesseeTreeDay. Ten …

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Lawmakers want Free Meals for Students in Tennessee

Two republican Tennessee lawmakers are sponsoring legislation to create free meals for students. The bill calls on each Tennessee school board to create a breakfast and lunch program that provides meals for free to students. The state would reimburse the school districts after each district uses up federal funds under the National School Lunch Act …

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Report: Tennessee’s ‘State of the Child’ is Improving

Tennessee’s “State of the Child 2022” report is an assessment of how children are faring, and this year’s edition focuses on the situation for children post-pandemic. The report from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth examines kids’ health and mental health, education, family economics, and the state’s child welfare and youth justice data. Richard …

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Attention High School Seniors

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an important step for any student pursuing college enrollment! Filing the FAFSA serves as a student’s application for both federal and state scholarship/grant aid. It is also a mandatory requirement for TN Promise eligibility. To remain TN Promise eligible, students must file their 2023-2024 FAFSA by …

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THS Announces 2023 Basketball Homecoming Court

Tullahoma High School recently announced its 2023 Basketball Homecoming Court. Front row, from left, is Tullahoma’s Little Couple, McKinlee Riddle and Ryker Lonning. Middle row is freshman Alexis Chamblee, sophomore Katelyn Sweeton, junior Abby Lynch, THS Homecoming Queen Addison Mahaffey, senior Baylee Buchanan and senior KT Payne. Back row is freshman Sam Bobo, sophomore Layton …

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Tullahoma City School System names Hill as Transportation Supervisor

Tullahoma City Schools is thrilled to announce that Johnny Hill will take over as the new transportation supervisor later this month. Hill is already employed by TCS as a workplace readiness specialist and additionally drives for the district. Hill comes into the transportation supervisor position with nearly 30 years of combined commercial and school bus …

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Threat made against Jack Daniel’s forces Lockdown of Moore County Schools on Tuesday; Arrest made

A press release from the Moore County Sheriff’s Office says that Jack Daniel’s Dispatch called authorities after they received a phone call around 11:17 a.m. Tuesday that an ‘armed subject’ was en route to the facility from Maury County. As further information was gathered, potential ties to area schools were discovered and two Metro Moore …

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TN Apprenticeship Program Aims to Address Teacher Shortage

Tennessee is working to overcome the state’s teacher shortage, especially in rural areas, with a residency-based program for would-be educators. The goal is to give teachers-in-training the classroom experience and mentoring they need along with their higher education, as part of the state’s “Grow Your Own” job training partnership. Erin Crisp, executive director of the …

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Mega Millions at $1.1 Billion for Tuesday’s Drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot has jumped to more than $1 billion after Friday night’s drawing ended without an overall winner. This marks the fourth time in a little over four years that the top prize has exceeded $1 billion. According to the lottery, the jackpot is now an estimated $1.1 billion ($568.7 million cash). The next drawing …

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