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

PAWS to Read

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

Judy Goodwin

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

RCS Teachers of the Year for 2017

Rutherford County Schools announces 2016-2017 Teachers of the Year

Jimmy Sullivan and Trey Lee

SQUARE ONE
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

Kellye Goostree

SETTING STUDENTS’ FEET ON A PATH
RCS principals say building relationships ‘cornerstone’ to elementary education

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

John Colemon Elementary School principal Ann Haley

Against All Odds
After surviving near-fatal bout with cancer, Ann Haley refocused her life to serve kids, championed new John Colemon Elementary School

Pictured from left to right is Criminal Justice Club advisor Nicolette Dowling and club members Nayla Mendrano, Rudy Vazquez and Oscar Porto.

A Rising Tide
At LaVergne High School, administrators and teachers putting interests of students first to change culture and lift expectations

Great Race Expectations Central Magnet students raising money, sponsorships to become first high school team from Tennessee to participate in The Great Race this summer

Great Race Expectations
Central Magnet students raising money, sponsorships to become first high school team from Tennessee to participate in The Great Race this summer

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Local author goes ‘Strong Inside’ with young readers Thumbnail Image

Local author goes ‘Strong Inside’ with young readers

Andrew Maraniss is one of 41 authors participating in next month’s SE-YA Book Fest for Rutherford County students, and his book about Perry Wallace breaking the color barrier in the SEC is a ‘Black History Month’ conversation piece for young readers

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