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TROUSDALE SCHOOL students pose with Norma Schrimpsher from Betty’s Quilt Shop and a personalized Trousdale School quilt. Betty’s Quilt Shop took student drawings and created the quilt as a gift … more
The Lee University Integrated Mathematics and Science Scholars program recently closed its second year. The iMASS program is funded by a grant awarded by the National Science Foundation (through … more
Haley Hendrix has one main goal as the Tennessee Promise Coordinator at Cleveland State Community College — to make sure that all Tennessee Promise students know her name and that she is here to … more
Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president, addresses the Tennessee Valley Early College Class of 2021. TVEC allows students to pursue an associate degree at the same time they are earning a high school … more
Cleveland State hosted its seventh annual Freshmen Connection on Saturday. First-time freshmen and their family and friends were invited to take advantage of this day devoted entirely to new … more
The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 81 provided school supplies and socks to Blythe-Bower Elementary School. more
Students in Mrs. Lay’s class at Yates Primary studied the phenomenon of a solar eclipse during technology class. They enjoyed watching videos and making a diagram during a Nearpod lesson on iPads … more
Lee University sociology students recently served residents of Memory Care of Morning Side in Chattanooga as part of their gerontology course, taught by Dr. Karen Mundy-Judkins. The purpose of the … more
The Ocoee Middle School BETA Club is collecting toothbrushes and toothpaste for the hurricane victims in Texas. Collection began Wednesday with special guests helping kick off the event and will … more
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