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More Job-Seeking Tennesseans Eye Career Certifications

Millions of jobs across the U.S. have vanished in the months since the coronavirus pandemic began, and many Tennesseans may have to gain new skills, or refresh the ones they have, to stay afloat. New research from Lumina Foundation finds more workers in the state are completing industry certifications. Carol Puryear, president of the Tennessee …

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Attention Parents of Manchester, Tullahoma and Coffee County Students

As we begin the school year during these unprecedented times, the school districts are taking precautions to keep all students and staff members safe. School district representatives from Coffee County, Manchester City and Tullahoma City, the Coffee County Department of Health, along with other stakeholders (local physicians, teachers, parents, etc.) collaborated to prepare for a …

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Motlow State offers FREE Mechatronics Degree to High School Juniors

Area high school rising juniors, a fantastic opportunity is knocking at your door. Motlow State is offering free dual enrollment courses to high school juniors interested in pursuing a degree in Mechatronics. The Motlow Middle College program will pay for all books, tuition, and even travel for juniors willing to pursue a dual enrollment mechatronics …

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Tullahoma Teacher Up for State Teacher of the Year

The Tennessee Department of Education has announced the nine finalists from across the state for the 2020-21 Tennessee Teacher of the Year award. The finalists represent each of the eight Center of Regional Excellence (CORE) areas in the state. The 2019-20 school year has reminded all of us how deeply communities appreciate our educators and …

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Stuff the Bus and Expo for Coffee Co. Students

As the new school year approaches, the Coffee County Schools’ Family Resource Center is gearing up for its sixth annual Coffee County Student Expo to take place on Saturday, August 1st. This event provides students in need, grades Pre-K – 12th, with a backpack, school supplies, hygiene items, and much more. Community partnerships and sponsors …

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Extra Food Benefits Possible for families on EBT

Manchester City Schools is reminding families receiving free and reduced lunches that they can apply for extra food benefits.  These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. Parents who already receive SNAP or TANF benefits do not have to apply. The funds have already been added to their EBT cards. Apply at https://tdhs.service-now.com. …

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New Guidelines for Reopening Schools includes No Touch Bathroom

The Tennessee Department of Education released guidance for school systems to follow during the reopening process mind the COVID-19 pandemic. “As this is an evolving situation, the department will continue to post updates about reopening guidance for districts, as new information is available,” the department said on its website. According WVLT-TV, officials introduced several reopening …

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High School Equivalency Exam Now being Offered Online

Tennessee has started offering high school equivalency exams online, another option while many in-person testing locations remain closed due to COVID-19. The state Department of Labor and Workforce Development says the online testing option began Monday through a new online program, HiSET Exam at Home, through the ProctorU service. The online exams are the same …

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New Online Platform Aims to Help Job-Seeking TN Teachers

The coronavirus pandemic has altered the teacher recruitment and hiring process, and to help connect school districts with job seekers, the state has created an online platform to speed things up. It’s called the Tennessee Teacher Jobs Connection. Commissioner Penny Schwinn with the state Department of Education says teachers now can submit their information online …

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