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WALKING TO SCHOOL –Clarksburg School participated in their first ever National Walk to School Day on Monday, October 1 by the High School Teen Health team.  Students were transported to nearby Blair Cemetery by bus, where all students in grades K - 8 then walked approximately a half mile to …

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The summer trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie ended with graduation on August 24th. The ceremony was held at McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church and led by Dr. Bradley White, president. The guest speaker for the ceremony was Lori Neal Nolan. 

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The Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie has a great deal to be proud of.  They have an HVAC Excellence accredited HVACR program, Certified Master HVACR Educator leading the program, and have produced two gold medalists at the SkillsUSA competition.

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On a majority vote during their September 11 meeting, the Bruceton Board of Aldermen voted to help the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District pay for a school security officer to the tune of around $8,500.

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After voting to hire a school district resource officer (SRO) back in March, members of the West Carroll Board of Education were introduced to their newly hired SRO, Joey Hedge, during their September 6 meeting.

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Carroll County School Board members Jimmy Simmons, Debbie Broadbent and Antoinette Stokes, who were elected in the Aug. 2 election, were sworn in during the Aug. 28 school board meeting by Director of Schools John McAdams. All are incumbents. The terms are for four years.

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The University of Tennessee at Martin’s WestStar Leadership Program has selected Tracy Connell, a teacher at Huntingdon High School, and Lindsey Parham, a teacher at McKenzie High School, as two of 12 area educators to participate in the new WestTeach program.

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“It is a small time commitment but we know the impact mentors are having on their students is significant,” said tnAchieves Deputy Director of Partnerships Graham Thomas. 

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Students Leslie Foster from Clarksburg School, Dawson Gremmels of Huntingdon School and Ashlyn Drewry and Annabelle Medford of McKenzie School, along with Carroll County advisor Mandy Drewry, from Carroll County, joined 490 youth leaders from across the state at the Tennessee Teen Institute (TTI).  Students Leslie Foster from Clarksburg School, Dawson Gremmels of Huntingdon School and Ashlyn Drewry and Annabelle Medford of McKenzie School, along with Carroll County advisor Mandy Drewry, from Carroll County, joined 490 youth leaders from across the state at the Tennessee Teen Institute (TTI).  

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 Macy Hudson, of Camden, is one of 120 students across the country to receive the “Make an Impact” Scholarship from Modern Woodmen of America. The award recognizes young Modern Woodmen members who have made a local impact through volunteerism and demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

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The new school year has arrived, and Carroll County’s school bussing system is gassed up and ready to transport students where they need to go, according Carroll County Director of Schools Johnny McAdams.

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After hearing from Carroll County Sheriff Andy Dickson and Chief Deputy David Bunn and discussing the pros and cons at their July 26 meeting, members of the South Carroll Board of Education voted unanimously to pursue the hiring of a school resource officer (SRO) for Clarksburg School.

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Carroll County schools will start a new school year on Wednesday, Aug. 1, which will be a half-day session. August 2 will be a regular day from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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The summer trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McKenzie ended with graduation on August 24th. The ceremony was held at McKenzie Cumberland Presbyterian Church and led by Dr. Bradley White, president. The guest speaker for the ceremony was Lori Neal Nolan. 

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The Tennessee College of Applied Technology in McKenzie has a great deal to be proud of.  They have an HVAC Excellence accredited HVACR program, Certified Master HVACR Educator leading the program, and have produced two gold medalists at the SkillsUSA competition.

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On a majority vote during their September 11 meeting, the Bruceton Board of Aldermen voted to help the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District pay for a school security officer to the tune of around $8,500.

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After voting to hire a school district resource officer (SRO) back in March, members of the West Carroll Board of Education were introduced to their newly hired SRO, Joey Hedge, during their September 6 meeting.

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Carroll County School Board members Jimmy Simmons, Debbie Broadbent and Antoinette Stokes, who were elected in the Aug. 2 election, were sworn in during the Aug. 28 school board meeting by Director of Schools John McAdams. All are incumbents. The terms are for four years.

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The University of Tennessee at Martin’s WestStar Leadership Program has selected Tracy Connell, a teacher at Huntingdon High School, and Lindsey Parham, a teacher at McKenzie High School, as two of 12 area educators to participate in the new WestTeach program.

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 Principals with the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District introduced recently hired teachers and other staff members during the August 13 Board of Education meeting.

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On Friday, Aug. 24 is the date set for the Class of 2018 Summer Graduation at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology TCAT, W.J. Neese Campus, in Paris.

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In a shorter than usual meeting of the Huntingdon Special School District Board meeting, winners in the Aug. 2 election were sworn in by Director of Schools Pat Dillahunty.

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“It is a small time commitment but we know the impact mentors are having on their students is significant,” said tnAchieves Deputy Director of Partnerships Graham Thomas. 

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Students Leslie Foster from Clarksburg School, Dawson Gremmels of Huntingdon School and Ashlyn Drewry and Annabelle Medford of McKenzie School, along with Carroll County advisor Mandy Drewry, from Carroll County, joined 490 youth leaders from across the state at the Tennessee Teen Institute (TTI).  Students Leslie Foster from Clarksburg School, Dawson Gremmels of Huntingdon School and Ashlyn Drewry and Annabelle Medford of McKenzie School, along with Carroll County advisor Mandy Drewry, from Carroll County, joined 490 youth leaders from across the state at the Tennessee Teen Institute (TTI).  

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After nearly 30 years of service as a member of the West Carroll Board of Education, Board Chairman Jimmy Halford conducted his last meeting Thursday night at the Board of Education Office in Atwood.

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The three Huntingdon Special School District school resource officers hired recently are Drake Whitworth, 27; Jackie Allen, 30; and Paul Hugueley, 29.

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 Macy Hudson, of Camden, is one of 120 students across the country to receive the “Make an Impact” Scholarship from Modern Woodmen of America. The award recognizes young Modern Woodmen members who have made a local impact through volunteerism and demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

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The new school year has arrived, and Carroll County’s school bussing system is gassed up and ready to transport students where they need to go, according Carroll County Director of Schools Johnny McAdams.

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After hearing from Carroll County Sheriff Andy Dickson and Chief Deputy David Bunn and discussing the pros and cons at their July 26 meeting, members of the South Carroll Board of Education voted unanimously to pursue the hiring of a school resource officer (SRO) for Clarksburg School.

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Carroll County schools will start a new school year on Wednesday, Aug. 1, which will be a half-day session. August 2 will be a regular day from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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The Volunteer Center for Rural Development announces that Alissa Peaine and Allissa Smith, both students at Bethel University, have been selected to the McWherter Scholars scholarship program for the 2018-19 scholastic year.

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The West Carroll Special School District is experiencing quite a bit of turnover and change when it comes to staff and administration, which was evident in the eight resignation notices on the Board of Education’s June 7 agenda.

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Huntingdon High School students have the opportunity to be exempt from final exams in a course if they meet certain criteria beginning with 2018-2019 school year this fall.

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Samantha Barrow, of Atwood, received the Outstanding Soil and Water Conservation Student Award during a ceremony April 24 for the University of Tennessee at Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.

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Clarksburg School Principal Porsche McClerking has resigned from his administrative and coaching positions at the school.

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Each year the Carroll County Soil Conservation District (CCSCD) awards up to five - $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who plan on majoring in Agriculture and who will be pursuing a career in this field.

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Two Carroll County students were recognized by the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Communications during an annual awards reception April 4.