Free statewide initiative launches this week for pre-k through third grade parents
Newest Rutherford County school set to open in August, Gonyea will begin new role in February
The school will re-open to in-person learners on Friday, Jan. 22
This year’s SEYA will be its first virtual event; will feature three days of sessions with 44 bestselling authors, two including from Europe
Smyrna ESL instructor Meghan Vigil named regional and statewide Teacher of the Year by the Tennessee Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
Parents can pick up a week’s worth of meals — including breakfast and lunch. Free program applies to in-person students, distance-learners and any child 18 and under living Rutherford County. There are no income requirements, program funded by U.S. Department of Agriculture.
All Rutherford County schools will open two hours late Tuesday morning to allow time for the sun to come up so our bus drivers and student drivers can better see the road conditions in case of ice. The temperature tonight is expected to drop in the low 20s, and there is a possibility of refreezing, especially on back roads.
Early release will give bus drivers additional time to complete routes before dark
Article features approach to classes with a blend of virtual and in-person students
Distance-learning remains an option for all families and parents can still sign up by notifying their school