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Eagleville soil program

‘We didn’t look like a normal soil team’
Eagleville wins state championship for soil judging, only all-girl team to compete

Siegel HS boys cross country

Siegel boys win first state cross country title; girls team places fourth

Students tour Bridgestone

Nearly 300 RCS students tour various industry sites through Chamber partnership

stewarts creek middle robotics

Stewarts Creek Middle, Thurman Francis robotics teams competing at David Lipscomb this weekend


Local manufacturers host students from six Rutherford high schools to tour facilities, make connection to the classroom

Mechatronics visitors

Multiple out-of-state education leaders visit RCS, Oakland to tour career course offerings


Rutherford Works Facilitates Field Trips for National Skilled Trades Day

Kay Martin

‘Competitiveness Never Goes Away’
In her new role as high school coordinator for Rutherford County Schools, Dr. Kay Martin eager to share her vast knowledge, experience to serve students and families

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RCS student Q&A with young adult author Kendare Blake

The Southeastern Young Adult Book Festival — more commonly known as SEYA — will be held March 8-10, 2018. SEYA was created and organized by local librarians. Leading up to the event, we have arranged for eight Rutherford County Schools’ students from throughout the district to interview authors for a question-and-answer style story. These stories will publish on Fridays over the next few months before the festival.
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Blackman Elementary School claims bowling championship

CONGRATULATIONS to Blackman Elementary School. They finished their coed bowling season as the 2017 champions. They claimed the title Nov. 8 at Smyrna Bowling Center. Blackman was one of 19 teams participating this season.

ACT scores reach eight-year high

Students who graduated from Rutherford County Schools last year earned an eight-year high average score on the ACT assessment, according to information released by the Tennessee Department of Education.


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