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Former faculty and alumni of Indian Lake Elementary School are invited to a reception to commemorate the school’s 40th anniversary on Monday Oct. 21. The event will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. in the school’s library. 

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Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips presented the school system’s 2020 fiscal year budget to members of the county’s Education and Budget Committees last week. Both committees unanimously recommended the budget that projects nearly $249 million in revenue and $266 million in expen…

Despite four months of questioning and criticism of a plan to rezone close to 200 Station Camp area students more than once in a two-year period, the Sumner County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the Stage 1 and Stage 1A rezoning plans proposed in the fall.

The Rotary Club of Hendersonville recently named Ashley Pascarella the Educator of the Month. She is a special education teacher and 6th grade case manager at T. W. Hunter Middle School. Pictured are Jonathan Hayes, club president; Eric Bowman, principal; Pascarella and Dr. Jerry Faulkner, E…

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A new school campus proposed for the area north of Hendersonville received the final go-ahead on Monday when members of the Sumner County Commission voted 18 to 5 to borrow up to $103 million to fund the new facility.

More than 100 Hendersonville and Gallatin students have been added to the list of students who could be impacted by a school rezoning plan Sumner County Board of Education members plan to vote on early next year.

Sumner County Schools achieved its highest composite district ACT score, scoring a 21.4 composite score in 2018 according to information released by the Tennessee Department of Education.

Like many high school juniors and seniors, Hendersonville High School student Allison Henry filed into Pope John Paul II High School on June 9 to take the ACT, a national college admissions exam. 

After nearly two decades, David Brown recently retired from the Sumner County School Board, where he represented the 11th district.  He was on the school board for 18 years and began his tenure when Benny Bills was superintendent.

While around a third of Sumner County’s schools saw their enrollment numbers decrease from the 2017-2018 school year to the current one, a few schools saw marked increases including Beech High School and Station Camp Middle School.

The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, a public/private partnership between the Tennessee Department of Education and Battelle Education, announced the 2018-2019 cohort for the Innovative Leaders Institute – a year-long professional learning opportunity designed to train highly effective pri…

Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips continues to receive high marks from the Sumner County Board of Education – once again scoring a near-perfect score on his annual performance evaluation.

While thousands of students across the state are applying for TN Promise, tnAchieves, the organization that operates the program in 83 counties is recruiting 9,000 volunteers to serve as mentors. 

The AP Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated exemplary college-level achievement on Advanced Placement Exams.  This year Merrol Hyde Magnet School is proud to announce the recognition of 35 AP Scholars.  This recognition is granted to students who receive scores…

Hendersonville High School is proud to announce its list of AP Scholars for 2018.  The AP Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated college-level achievement through AP courses and exams.  By earning a 3 or higher these students also earn college credit in the cours…