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Registration will begin Monday for pupils enrolling in kindergarten in the Tullahoma City School system for the 2013-2014 school year. Registration runs through May 31, and will reopen on July 17. Children must be five years of age on or before Aug. 31. In order to enter kindergarten, the following records are necessary. Children can only be enrolled when these are provided. 1) Proof of birth date (birth certificate) 2)
By GINA LOGUE MTSU MEDIA Jennifer Austin’s life changed forever on Sept. 15, 2006. Jennifer, who is from Cowan, is hoping her life will change forever again on May 10, 2013. The 26-year-old MTSU graduate student in the Department of Health and Human Performance needs votes to become one of three people in the United States to win a fully equipped van that will enable her to drive herself
Tullahoma High School will not hold parent-teacher conferences Thursday night, May 2. The conference night was rescheduled for last February. Also the 1 p.m. early dismissal day originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 1 was cancelled due to end of course testing. THS will be on regular 3:15 p.m.dismissal on Wednesday. Parents who need to meet with teachers or need more information are advised to call the school at 931-454-2620.
Michel Akiki and Alexander Woods, two doctoral students at UTSI, were recognized at the recent UT Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, where they were presented with the Chancellor’s Citation Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise. The Honors Banquet is held each spring to recognize students, faculty, staff and friends of the University of Tennessee for their extraordinary achievements. Hosted by Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek, this year’s banquet was held recently in Knoxville. Akiki,
Dr. Art Walker, former president of Motlow College, will address the more than 700 students who will “walk” during May 11 commencement exercises on Motlow’s Moore County campus, according to Dr. MaryLou Apple, who succeeded Walker as president in the summer of 2006. Motlow’s commencement will include two ceremonies, with the first at 10 a.m. for nursing students and students who attended classes primarily on the Moore County campus. A
An agreement signed Tuesday between Motlow College and MTSU will help community college students majoring in early childhood education turn their associate degrees into bachelor’s degrees at the university’s Murfreesboro campus, college officials say. The agreement eases the transfer of Motlow students into the Bachelor of Science degree program in early childhood education at MTSU. The arrangement provides specific advisement for Motlow transfer students and encourages academic and administrative coordination
Tullahoma High School students participating in last Tuesday’s Middle Tennessee Regional Math Contest won a total of 14 top 10 places out of a possible 30 places in the categories of Algebra 2, Precalculus and Calculus/Advanced Topics. “This is significantly more than any other high school,” said calculus teacher Frank Vanzant. The other schools which competed in the same categories and the number of their students placing in the top