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Phaedra Creed spoke to approximately 900 students at all five Carroll County high schools about the harmful effects of drinking and driving. She was a victim of someone who chose to drive intoxicated and was paralyzed as a result of the driver’s actions. more
McKENZIE (April 12) — The McKenzie Middle School held its annual honors banquet Tuesday evening. The event was sponsored by the McKenzie Rotary Club. Dr. Brooke Spivey Burress, a McKenzie alumnus and local optometrist, was the featured speaker. more
ATWOOD – The monthly session was started with the approval of the agenda and the consent agenda which included approval of the March meeting minutes and the resignation of LeAnn Edwards.  Edwards taught Art and Journalism while being the yearbook sponsor. more
McKENZIE (April 5) — Construction at three McKenzie school sites will soon begin or is in the development phase. more
When Stacie Freeman saw the destruction the December tornado caused in her hometown of Dresden, one of her first thoughts was to cancel the March trip to Costa Rica she’d planned for students at Dresden High. As the director of Bethel University Global Studies program and a sociology professor who provides dual enrollment classes for Weakley County Schools, she weighed the cost of the travel against the loss of the cultural experience and, initially determined the local needs were too great. more
McKENZIE (April 1) — Along with Blue Devils, Tarheels, Jayhawks and Wildcats from Pennsylvania, you could find Wildcats from West Tennessee at last weekend’s Final Four in New Orleans. more
McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, April 5, 5:30 p.m. at the board office, 114 Bell Avenue. more
McKENZIE (March 22) — McKenzie High School held its annual program to honor students who have an average of 95 and above. The 2022 event was held at the MHS Gymnasium with Carol Putman Parkins as the featured speaker. more
McKENZIE (March 23) — Thirty-six McKenzie High School students and others donated the ‘gift of life’ when they donated a pint of blood to Lifeline Blood Services of Jackson. The mobile bloodmobile parked in front of MHS on Wednesday, March 23 for students, aged 17 and older to participate. The 36 pints are estimated to serve 108 others who need blood or blood products. more
Two McKenzie High School seniors were honored with the Ray and Linda Morris Scholarship last week. This scholarship is awarded to students who have shown strong academic abilities and achieved a high ACT composite score and majoring in Nursing, Math or Biology. This scholarship covers full tuition for four years. Congratulations to Raina Jones and Isabelle Wright. The two students are pictured with their parents. more
Anna Claire Patel, 17, a junior at McKenzie High School, was selected as McKenzie High School 2022 during a beauty revue on Saturday, March 26. more
CARROLL COUNTY, Tenn. — Seven high school seniors from Carroll County were recognized by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce for their academic excellence by scoring a 29 or better on the national ACT test. more
HUNTINGDON (March 17) — The purchase of new playground equipment for the Huntingdon Middle School was approved by the Board of Education on Thursday, March 17. more
West Carroll’s school board met for their March Session with a busy agenda. After approving an amended agenda and the consent agenda which included accepting resignations from Jamie Cruz and Noah Shackelford, they went into the regular agenda filled with requests for several trip approvals. more
McKenzie Special School District will dismiss at 11:15 a.m. on Thursday, March 10 to accommodate those traveling to the Girls State Basketball Tournament. more
McKENZIE (March 2) — Schools across America celebrated National Read Across America Day, a day to celebrate reading. The day was established by the National Education Association (NEA) in 1998 to help get kids excited about reading. The day occurs each year on the birthday of beloved children’s book author Dr. Seuss, so a perfect way to celebrate is to don a Seussian hat and read one his famous tales, like One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. more
McKENZIE (March 4) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee visited Bethel’s traditional undergraduate campus in McKenzie on Thursday. more
Nearly 50 students from Weakley County Schools now have a better understanding of career options after high school thanks to the Weakley County Transition School to Work Program’s recent tours of Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) in McKenzie. more
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