Education
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Each year the Bradley County Farm Bureau Women give educational materials to all Bradley County students, and this year Taylor Elementary School selected as the school to be featured in photos. more
Jacob Williams earns academic award at Maryville College more
NORTH LEE ELEMENTARY fourth-grade mentors had their annual buddy breakfast with their mentees recently. The mentors have met with their mentees all year helping with academics, Accelerated Reader, … more
Gabriel Mann, a senior at Walker Valley High School, has been named as a Blue & Gold scholar at UNC Greensboro. Gabriel was chosen from more than 800 high achieving applicants and will receive a … more
ROME, Ga. – Shorter University has announced recipients of competitive scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year. David Alexander Pell, a senior at Polk County High School in … more
Michael Diacatos graduates from Lasell College  NEWTON, Mass. — Lasell College honored the Class of 2019 at the institution's 165th Commencement ceremony on May 11. The ceremony took place on the College's Taylor Field and recognized a record number of graduate and undergraduate degree recipients. more
Luke Medema graduates from Emporia State EMPORIA, KS — Hats off to the nearly 1,100 candidates for May graduation at Emporia State University. more
During spring testing this year, Oak Grove Elementary School provided students with an incentive program to motivate them to do their best.  "Students were required to meet three expectations … more
Three Clevelanders named to Berry dean’s list more
This year at Hopewell Elementary School students have participated in a series of activities designed to teach them about the importance of staying drug free.  In addition to the DARE program … more
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