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Groundbreaking begins Expansion of College St. Elementary in Manchester

Back in August the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to commit $2.5 million to expand College Street Elementary School. The total cost of the project with school system and the city money is $4.1 million  Groundbreaking took place on Thursday for the expansion that will add six classrooms and renovate the cafeteria at …

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Judge Rules in Coffee County Schools Mask Mandate Case

Coffee County Central High School student Nico Sanfilippo and his mother Heather Murchison went to court on September 8. They filed for a preliminary injunction against the Director of Coffee County Schools Dr. Charles Lawson and the Coffee County Board of Education over the mask mandate at schools. In part, Judge Vanessa Jackson’s recently ruled  …

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Coffee County Schools to remain on 4-1 Schedule After Fall Break

Coffee County Schools will continue to utilize a 4-1 schedule after fall break. This is the same schedule that was utilized between Labor Day and fall break in which students were in the buildings on Monday through Thursday and had a distance-learning day on Friday. Parent-choice virtual students who receive approval for the second quarter will engage …

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Library Reopening in Manchester

The Coffee County/Manchester Public Library will be reopening to the public on Oct. 5. The following are guidelines set forth by the Coffee County Library Board. 1. All patrons who enter the building are required to wear a mask. If you do not wish to wear a mask, we will still offer curbside service. There …

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Franklin County Receives Grant for Reducing Injury & Death of Missing people with Dementia and Developmental Disabilities

United States Attorney J. Douglas Overbey of the Eastern District of Tennessee recently announced that $150,000 was awarded in Department of Justice grants to address reducing injury and death of missing individuals with dementia and developmental disabilities in Franklin County. The program supports local jurisdictions’ efforts to reduce the number of deaths and injuries of …

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Covid-19 Creates Learning Loss for Tennessee Students

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education have released estimated data regarding learning loss for Tennessee students resulting from COVID-19 school closures through the summer months. Preliminary data projects an estimated 50% decrease in proficiency rates in 3rd grade reading and a projected 65% decrease in proficiency in math. While many students traditionally …

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Warren County Schools to Operate Mon.-Thur. Traditional School and Virtually on Fridays beginning Oct. 12

Beginning October 12, the Warren County School System will operate under a traditional school schedule with all students learning in person four days and remotely on Fridays. With this change in schedule, families are once again being given the option to choose to enroll in the Virtual Instruction Program that is open now. Enrollment will …

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Tennessee Ranks Low for Teacher Employment Growth

Teaching can be a profoundly rewarding career, considering the critical role educators play in shaping young minds. But many teachers find themselves overworked and underpaid. Education jobs are among the lowest-paying occupations requiring a bachelor’s degree, and teacher salaries consistently fail to keep up with inflation. Meanwhile, the Every Student Succeeds Act demands growth in student performance. And this year, …

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