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McKENZIE (February 26) — Bethel University announces the winners of the Hendrix Scholarship Competition. After a rigorous selection process, Jayden Hendricks from Cottontown, Tenn., and Lauryn Russell from Paris, Tenn. have emerged as the recipients of this esteemed scholarship. more
HUNTINGDON (February 21) — Huntingdon High School students will change their academic schedule next year as a new five-class school day goes into effect. more
McKENZIE — Bethel University students will soon head to Spring Break, leaving some students to remain on campus, unable to travel home. more
MURRAY, Ky. — Progress toward a new School of Veterinary Medicine at Murray State University continues to be made, as House Bill 400 was passed by the Kentucky House of Representatives on Feb. 15 after advancing from the House Agriculture Committee on Feb. 7. more
McKENZIE (February 6) — McKenzie Board of Education members and school administrators learned about Ford’s and SK Battery’s BlueOval-SK manufacturing facility presently under construction in Haywood County. more
NASHVILLE (January 29) — The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is announcing its participation in the 2024 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The goal of the Summer Food Service Program is to ensure children 18 and younger, who benefit from meal programs at school, continue to have that same access to nutritious meals outside of school. more
McKENZIE (February 2) — Pre-K students at McKenzie Elementary School have new recreational equipment. more
CARROLL COUNTY — School bus drivers are in short supply, both locally and nationally. Carroll County is facing the same issues of trained drivers as others throughout the state and nation, said John McAdams, director of schools for the County of Carroll. more
The McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets, Tuesday, February 6, 5:30 p.m. at McKenzie SSD Board Room. On the agenda are the following items: hear correspondence addressed to the Board; public comment(s) on actionable agenda items (not to exceed 15 minutes) on MSSD Board Policy 1.404; and discussion with Sheronda Green, External Affairs, B.O.S.K. -(Blue Oval Project). more
McKENZIE (January 22) — On Monday, Interim President Robert Watkins announced Bethel University’s College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Sciences, and College of Professional Studies Fall Semester 2023 Honor Roll and Dean’s List. more
The West Carroll Special School District’s monthly meeting is Thursday, February 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at West Carroll Jr/Sr High School. more
McKenzie High School released the names of the five candidates for Homecoming queen and the court. more
HUNTINGDON (January 17) — The contract of Dr. Jonathan Kee, director of schools, was extended by unanimous vote by the Huntingdon Special School District Board of Education on January 17. Dr. Kee’s contract now extends to June 30, 2026, after the one-year extension. more
All A’s 8th Grade 8th Grade Braylin Auvenshine, Ethan Bradberry, Kynadie Brown, Sophie Cole, Aden Cook, Molly Drewry, Ethan High, Alex Hughes, Aurora Johnson, Rakelle Oliver, Cayden Ownby, Stephanie Padilla, Jaycee Stafford, Sophie Taylor, Egan Woodruff more
McKENZIE (January 8) — McKenzie Alumni Association continued to honor its fellow alumni during the basketball contest between the McKenzie Rebels and the Henry County Patriots. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Department of Education released the 2022-23 School Letter Grades to provide a provide a snapshot of how each school in the state is doing in meeting the state’s expectations for learning, including student achievement and academic growth measures for all schools, as well as a measure of college and career readiness just for high schools. more
The State Review Board of the Tennessee Historical Commission is meeting Wednesday, January 24, to discuss eight sites from across the state that may be placed on The National Register of Historic Places. Of those eight nominees, McKenzie’s historic Webb School is one of those to be discussed. more
McKENZIE (January 8) — McKenzie Special School District Board of Education held a special board meeting and voted against the Educational Freedom Scholarship Act as proposed by Governor Bill Lee. more
The West Carroll Special School District Board of Education held its monthly meeting last Thursday night with all board members were present. more
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network (TSIN), managed by Battelle, supported the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and Bicentennial Volunteers Inc. (BVI), a TVA retiree organization, in providing $1.5 in STEM classroom grants across the Tennessee Valley. STEM classroom grants are key catalysts in opening doors of opportunity by providing access to resources, enabling innovative teaching practices, and expanding STEM curricula. Teachers can implement cutting-edge teaching methods and technologies, fostering an environment that encourages creativity, critical thinking, and hands-on learning experiences. more
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