Valley Point Middle School was chosen by the state of Georgia to design and make the Christmas ornaments for the Georgia Christmas tree in Washington. Only one school in Georgia was chosen.
Blair Callaway, a 28-year educator who established the band program at Heritage High School in Catoosa County, GA is featured in School Band and Orchestra Magazine's upcoming issue of "50 Directors Who Make a Difference." This national recognition is well
Tennessee is one of five states that requires high school students to take a course in personal finance as part of their high school graduation requirement.
The 7th grade class at the Chattanooga School for Liberal Arts conducts a very solemn, educational program each year, and on Wednesday, Channel 3 was invited to witness the event.
Tennessee Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn announced that 63,829 students from Tennessee’s 2019 graduating class took the ACT, earning an average composite score of 20, down from 20.2 last year.
The 2019-20 Youth Leadership class of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce raised $ 1,687.78 in funding support for Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland’s home construction fund.
I answer this question every day. So occasionally, I post it here. “Why are the schools asking for money? What about the Tennessee Lottery money? They say it goes to education!”
The Imagination Library of Rhea County is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. They are also kicking-off a campaign to "Build the Bus" - a mobile book bus that will travel the county year-round for all ages, giving free books to everyone. There are
As Hamilton County schools superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson begins his third year on the job, most of the nine school board members give him high ratings for his performance. With the exception of some pointed criticism from District 1 board member Rhonda
Marty's Center is described as a comprehensive inclusive program with regular education children who help influence the speech patterns of the hearing-impaired children.
According to the Tennessee Department of Education, TNReady assessment results indicate that students across the state are performing better in almost all math subjects.
Almost three weeks after a controversial presentation by a visiting speaker, Hamilton County schools superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson has issued a public response.
Students in Hamilton County headed back to school Wednesday morning, and Channel 3 caught up with some second graders East Ridge Elementary to get an inside look at their day.
Snow Hill Elementary will open the 2019 school year with a new look as the addition and renovation have been completed and ready for children on the first day of school.
THP troopers have inspected school buses and trained drivers. Now, they want to make sure the school year goes smooth for every family.
An in-service motivational presentation to teachers today has stirred up a debate. Some are saying the message was racist and inappropriate.
Lost amid the shuffle of tax talk, facilities reports, and teacher pay is a major move for Hamilton County schools. A new middle school is opening in the Howard High School building, utilizing long abandoned space. And their goal is to reinvent the middle
BlueCross Healthy Place projects are underway in Memphis, Kingsport and Huntland, Tenn., but the Highland Park space will be the first in the Chattanooga area since the program began last year.
The valedictorian of the senior class at Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts (CCA) is also the class president and the drummer in the school’s jazz band.
In February 2019, the Tennessee Department of Education flagged 25 school districts across the state for disproportionately disciplining children with disabilities, including Cleveland City and Hamilton County schools.
Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson says, 'It's not okay' that the school system lags behind other Tennessee school systems in teacher pay.
Now 18, and two months away from graduation, Rafa Avila and Noel Lopez are headed for college as certified SolidWorks professionals, the equivalent of four years of college course work.
CSAS students have won a competition sponsored by the Tennessee Bar Association, challenging them to draft a bill to present to the state legislature.
In recent days, reports have circulated about two separate assaults at Ooltewah High School, but school and law enforcement officials haven't released much information.