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Coffee County Student Earns Scholarship to attend Tennessee Governor’s School

Landon Crabtree a rising senior at Coffee County Central High School has been awarded a scholarship to attend the Tennessee Governor’s School for science and engineering in Knoxville TN. Landon was nominated by a teacher at his school and submitted three resumes to the selection committee. Landon is one of only 128 students from the …

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OP-ED by Dr Michael Torrence: One Motlow

As an institution, Motlow State Community College supports equity, diversity, and inclusion. We condemn racism. We are walking the walk by investing in our employees, students, and communities, not just in the form of designated calendar celebrations or awareness campaigns, but with action. The death of George Floyd, on the heels of the deaths of …

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ACCUPLACER Assessment Test available now at Motlow State remotely with Examity®

Motlow State is offering the ACCUPLACER Test remotely with Examity.® The ACCUPLACER test is used to assess a student’s readiness for college-level work. Students enrolling for the fall 2020 semester who need to take the test should sign up as soon as possible. Before taking the test, students should have a completed admission application, official …

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Local Student Recognized by Duke Gifted Program

Elsie Lazalier, a 7th-grade student at Westwood Middle School, was recently honored for achieving an exceptional score on the ACT, the same test taken by college bound high school students. Elsie took this above-grade-level test as a participant in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP). Duke TIP is a nonprofit organization that recognizes academically …

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Director of Coffee County Schools Updates his system’s plans for the 2020-2021 Academic Term

In a press release Dr Charles Lawson Director of Schools for Coffee County says it is impossible at this point to make solid plans for the opening of schools in the fall of 2020. The ever-changing climate that has been created by COVID-19 means a constant series of adjustments are being made.  This has not prevented …

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Manchester/Tullahoma Top 10 Micropolitan Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

An analysis from Heartland Forward, a new think tank, identified 20 top entrepreneurial ecosystems across America based on the share of employment by small firms, and the number of college-educated employees in those firms. One of those micropolitan areas is in Middle Tennessee, Tullahoma and Manchester in Coffee County. The Heartland Forward analysis also found …

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Manchester City Schools making plans for 2020-2021 including the possibility of Remote/Distance Learning

The Manchester City Schools District is actively planning for the 2020-2021 school year. Our hope is that school will start as normal but we have to plan in case it does not. We are focusing on 3 major areas: Academics – Traditional and Remote/Distance Learning, Social and Emotional Care, and Learning Check-Ups.  Task force teams …

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OP-ED-50 Years Later and Motlow’s Mission is Still You

Our world and our reality shifted in early March when Tennessee’s first case of Covid-19 was confirmed. Now almost three months later – after we successfully shifted to an online teaching and learning environment – Motlow State Community College stands ready to continue our support of communities while extending our services for regional development. As …

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Manchester City Schools Apply for Grant Funding for its LEAPS Program

The Manchester City School District is presently completing a grant renewal for the Lottery for Education Afterschool’s Program or LEAPS. In November 2002, Tennesseans voted to create a state lottery. The General Assembly established that profits from the lottery go toward specific educational programs: college scholarships, early childhood programs and afterschool programs. As provided under …

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