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Coffee County School Board Denies Renewal of Director’s Contract

Dr. Charles Lawson, Director of Coffee County Schools, has been asking for a renewal of his current contract and an increase in pay to $144,095. A Coffee County Teacher Advisory Council representative told board members they had sent a survey to all Coffee County school employees, meaning over 800. Only 120 were returned, with all …

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NCAA Says Former Sewanee Basketball Coach Violated Sports Betting and Ethical Conduct Rules

A former University of the South (Sewanee) women’s basketball coach violated NCAA sports betting and ethical conduct rules for over two years, the NCAA announced Tuesday without directly naming the coach. According to a decision released by a Division III Committee on Infractions hearing panel, the coach placed more than $93,000 in bets on college and professional sports …

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Education, Bullying, Mental Health, and School Gun Violence Top List of Parental Concerns

The latest results from an annual poll of Tennessee parents from the Vanderbilt Center for Child Health Policy again show education and school quality are the leading concerns parents have for their children for the third consecutive year. Statewide, parents listed their top concerns as 1) education and school quality (43%), 2) bullying, including cyberbullying …

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City of Shelbyville Seeks to End Sales Tax Agreement with Bedford County

In 1974, the City of Shelbyville and Bedford County signed a contract under which the city voluntarily gave up its portion of a sales tax increase, which was passed that year so that the money could be used for new school construction. The city is now seeking to end that agreement, which would return that …

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Tullahoma High School Choir Students Receive State and Regional Accolades

Tullahoma High School had three students, Anne Duncan, Wesley Hanson, and Peyton Pinegar, named to the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Southern Regional Honor Choir. In total, Tullahoma City Schools had seven students represented to participate in their respective ACDA Southern Regional Honor Choirs, while West Middle School had four students qualify, as previously mentioned …

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East Coffee Elementary Raises Funds for Car Seat Program

East Coffee Elementary recently held a fundraiser to help parents needing a car seat in the area. SRO Kenny Sullivan headed up the community service drive along with his Cadets. The sheriff’s department appreciates all donations to the fundraiser, and if you are in need or know someone in need, please get in touch with …

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USDA Summer EBT Program to Combat Child Hunger

The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service has launched a new program called the Summer EBT to combat child hunger. This permanent program provides eligible families with benefits preloaded onto cards, which can be used at any grocery store that accepts SNAP or WIC benefits. The USDA expects more than 30 million children to benefit from …

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New Security Alert Device Eligible for School Safety Grants

State Senator Mark Pody (R-Lebanon) has announced important progress in ongoing efforts to improve school safety. A new security technology alert device is now eligible for school safety grants to cut down on response times in emergencies and help protect teachers and students. At the push of a button from teachers, the new technology can …

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Motlow Named Recovery-Friendly Institution 

Motlow State Community College recently became a Certified Recovery Friendly Campus, meaning that the institution as a whole has pledged to prioritize meeting its student population’s behavioral health needs. The certification comes from The Tennessee Collegiate Recovery Initiative (TCRI). The state organization began in 2021 with the mission of providing colleges with resources for aiding …

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