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Juvenile Charged after Threat made against Two Bedford County Schools

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office did a thorough investigation into the threat made through a social media post regarding the students and faculty at Shelbyville High School and Harris Middle School. This led to an arrest of one juvenile that is in custody. Although police did not believe this to be a credible threat, a …

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Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Awards Scholarships

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization working to improve the quality of life in 40 Middle Tennessee and three Kentucky counties, announces its scholarship program is helping to support 321 individual students pursuing secondary education at accredited schools throughout the United States. In 2021, a total of $745,000 has been awarded from 102 …

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Report: From Preschool to College, Young People Need Streamlined Support

A new report from the Georgetown University Center for Education and the Workforce, found the nation’s disjointed education system, with pre-K, college, and the workforce operating in “silos,” is preventing some young people from getting degrees and transitioning into good jobs. Penny Schwinn, Tennessee commissioner of education, pointed to recent survey results of high school teachers across the state, …

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Threats made against Two Bedford County Schools

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating threats made on social media against two Bedford County schools. The post circulating on the social media app Snapchat poses threats against students and staff at Shelbyville Central High School and Harris Middle School.  Bedford County schools were on fall break this past week and are expected to return to school Tuesday, Oct.26.  …

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Bedford County Workforce Summit Discusses Educational Needs and Challenges

An audience of teachers from all three of Bedford County’s public high schools heard a program Thursday morning about what is needed to get their students ready for the workplace of today – and the workplace of tomorrow. The Shelbyville-Bedford County Partnership held the 2021 Workforce Development Summit at Shelbyville Central High School, hosted by …

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Anti-Covid Entry Tunnels being Installed Warren Co. High School and County Jail

Warren County is installing anti-Covid entry tunnels at Warren County High School and at the County Jail. This is being done to ensure the safety of our students, teachers and staff at Warren County High and to protect the health of those in the Sheriff’s Department as they carry out their critical duties. Ozone water …

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Implement Tech Rules to keep your Children Safe Online

By Joyce Prusak Executive Director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center According to the National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC), 95% of teens have access to smartphones and 45% report being online almost constantly. And this statistic isn’t for teens only, it’s related to younger children, too. With all the online usage, it’s important to …

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How to Talk with Children to Prevent Child Abuse

By Joyce Prusak Executive Director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center In September, Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center conducted nine forensic interviews, four medical exams for children, and 16 children received therapy. Coffee County sees more cases of child abuse compared to other counties. To prevent child abuse and to ensure children would let you …

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Drug Endangered Children are Abuse Endangered Children

By Joyce Prusak Executive Director of Coffee County Children’s Advocacy Center Children whose parents use alcohol or drugs are three times more likely to be abused, neglected and to develop substance use disorders themselves. Substance use disorders are characterized by recurrent use of alcohol or other drugs, resulting in significant impairment, according to the National …

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