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  • Grundy County schools achieve statewide "exemplary" status

    Monday, October 23 2017 7:01 PM EDT2017-10-23 23:01:24 GMT

    Grundy County Schools have been named an exemplary district for 2017 by the Tennessee Department of Education.  The Grundy County School District received the state’s highest designation of exemplary as result of their students exceeding the growth expectation on average for both all students and each historically underserved student groups.

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    Grundy County Schools have been named an exemplary district for 2017 by the Tennessee Department of Education.  The Grundy County School District received the state’s highest designation of exemplary as result of their students exceeding the growth expectation on average for both all students and each historically underserved student groups.

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  • Food City School Bucks program sends $93,293 to area schools

    Food City School Bucks program sends $93,293 to area schools

    Monday, October 23 2017 6:54 PM EDT2017-10-23 22:54:08 GMT

    Food City officials presented area schools with checks totaling $92,293 from last year’s Food City School Bucks program.  

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    Food City officials presented area schools with checks totaling $92,293 from last year’s Food City School Bucks program.  

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  • Tennessee Rewards Schools named:Dayton & Grundy "exemplary" districts

    Tennessee Rewards Schools named:Dayton & Grundy "exemplary" districts

    Saturday, October 21 2017 6:21 PM EDT2017-10-21 22:21:21 GMT

    State Education Commissioner Candice McQueen has announced Tennessee’s 2017 Reward schools, which include the top 5 percent of schools for academic achievement and the top 5 percent for student growth. The 169 schools span 60 districts across Tennessee. Of the 2017 Reward schools, 59 are being recognized for performance, 85 are recognized for progress, and 25 schools are Reward schools both for performance and progress. The complete list of Reward schools is posted on the...

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    State Education Commissioner Candice McQueen has announced Tennessee’s 2017 Reward schools, which include the top 5 percent of schools for academic achievement and the top 5 percent for student growth. The 169 schools span 60 districts across Tennessee. Of the 2017 Reward schools, 59 are being recognized for performance, 85 are recognized for progress, and 25 schools are Reward schools both for performance and progress. The complete list of Reward schools is posted on the...

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