Exploring with ‘augmented reality’ Oakland Middle students get chance to test Google Expeditions technology to learn science lessons and provide feedback to company
Stewarts Creek High School Wind Ensemble selected to perform at annual Tennessee Music Education Association conference
LEAVING HIS MARK Gary Clardy, assistant superintendent for Engineering and Construction, set to retire June 30 after overseeing multiple school construction projects for Rutherford County
‘ALMOST SURREAL’ Lady Warriors basketball win third consecutive state championship; will be recognized Wednesday at school board meeting
WELCOME TO TOMORROW Blackman Middle students experience surgical robot as part of STEM outreach event
Homer Pittard Campus School offers students hands-on approach As one of six choice programs open to students countywide, Campus School begins accepting applications when students turn four
Blackman High coed cheer team brings home sixth national championship
THANKFUL FOR EVERY HEART BEAT RCS student Ethan Lifferth went into cardiac arrest at a Rutherford County School four years ago. Now, he and his mother are grateful for the efforts of the school district to have AEDs in all schools and to provide ongoing training for first-responder teams. READ MORE
Holloway High’s popularity growing, offers ‘family-oriented’ approach As one of the district’s six choice school programs, Holloway accepts applicants year round.
Rutherford County Schools announces 2017-2018 Teachers of the Year
Walter Hill students experience ‘Amazing Shake’ Participants interact with multiple businesses in Middle Tennessee, two finalists headed to Atlanta academy
‘These children are learning more than just academics’ Visually impaired second-grade teacher makes impact at Christiana Elementary School
Oakland International Baccalaureate program aims to challenge advanced students Program open to all qualifying county high school students; information meeting set for Jan. 11 at 6 p.m.
THE TRIALS THAT BIND Central Magnet School teacher, student discover common bond as cancer survivors
High school internship applications begin in January Program for rising high school seniors pairs students with local companies, including Schwan Cosmetics, Nissan, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and others.
Christiana Middle’s Chris George selected for Governor’s Academy for School Leadership
School zones do not apply and the program provides free breakfast and lunch to anyone 18 and under from June 4 to July 27 but is closed on July 4. This year’s schedule includes breakfast service at six Rutherford County Schools and seven for lunch.
Rutherford County elementary schools will host pre-registration dates in May for both kindergarten and those accepted to pre-kindergarten. Most middle schools will also host orientation for new students in May.