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CDC Prom

Rutherford County students get down at 11th annual special needs prom

Riverdale mourns the loss 'Little Warrior Princess'

Riverdale mourns loss of ‘Little Warrior Princess’

Stewarts Creek grad Hunter Bullock poses in front of the plaque that marks his family's leadership with the Legacy Project, a brick-paver courtyard created at the entrance to the school.

Coming Full Circle
Stewarts Creek grad returns to dedicate ‘Legacy Project,’ embrace family’s devotion to construction industry

Oakland carpentry and construction CTE program

Oakland building-trades students benefit from generous donations from local Construction Council


David Youree kindergarten classes get S.M.A.R.T. in physical education

Mikayla Wesley

The Three A’s of Siegel
High school touts academics, arts, athletics as foundation of future success

Cedar Grove 20th Anniversary

Cherishing the Past, Excited for Future
Cedar Grove Elementary School celebrates 20th anniversary

The Great Shake

Eye contact and a firm hand shake
Kittrell students compete for top honors in event to help develop 'soft skills'

2016-2017 Stewarts Creek Middle Band

Stewarts Creek Middle’s band selected among best in Tennessee, invited to perform at prestigious concert in April

Tucker Darden

Combined Rutherford ice hockey team highlights growing interest in sport

honor band

Rutherford County Schools All-District Honor Band set perform with guest conductors

PAWS to Read

Central middle book club initiates PAWS to Read program, planning adoption day March 18

Judy Goodwin

To be effective, RCS educators say teachers must engage students at a personal level

Jimmy Sullivan and Trey Lee

Rocky Fork Middle School principal, Dr. James “Jimmy” Sullivan, busy with tasks to launch county’s newest school in August

SCHS; Class of 2017

‘Full-Blooded Creek’
First four-year graduating class reflects on experience of attending Rutherford County’s newest high school

PHOTO / KEITH CARTWRIGHT Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam asks questions and interacts with students while observing Dr. Kyle Prince's Algebra II class at Central Magnet School.

Gov. Bill Haslam tours Central Magnet School to learn from teachers, students

Latest News

Christiana Elem. to remain closed Thursday, intended to reopen Friday

The temporary roof repairs have been completed but we need to allow teachers another day to get their classrooms back in order before students can return. As such, the school will remain closed Thursday, March 23, but we intend for the school to reopen on Friday, March 24.


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