Both Merrol Hyde history bowl teams made it to the upper brackets, or the top third, of competition at the National History Bee and Bowl in Washington, DC, April 27-29.
Timothy Brown of Hendersonville graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from Campbellsville University on May 12. A record number of 1,013 students graduated during the 2017-18 academic year. Campbellsville has also set a record enrollment of more than 10,000 …
The following students achieved the Dean's List at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for the Spring 2018 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C: Austin Coleman; Emma Freshwater; Kara Garret…
Many of Sumner County Schools’ lowest paid employees could receive as much as a 25 percent pay increase according to the 2018-19 school year budget proposed Tuesday by Director of Schools Del Phillips.
After more than four decades of sharing his love for music with students across Sumner County, Volunteer State Community College music professor James Story will retire next month in order to spend more time on various independent music projects.
As a division sales manager for a national department store chain in Washington, D.C., Carmen Watts was checking all of the boxes toward a successful career in the retail industry.
A month after one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history, and a day after an unloaded gun was found in a backpack at Gallatin High School, officials announced Thursday they’ll move forward quickly to fund more school resource officers for Sumner County Schools.
In the wake of two school shootings in less than a month – the last of which ended 17 lives at a Florida high school – school districts across the country are reviewing how they would respond to similar incidents.
Even with help from the school system, athletic project requests at four Sumner County high schools will need to be revised or revisited at a later date due to higher bids than expected.
George Whitten Elementary recently held a Family Resource Night- an idea that came about after the school staff did a poverty simulation over the summer. Through that, they realized that a struggle some families might have is not knowing where to go to get help when they need it.
Hendersonville’s George Whitten Elementary will be the latest Sumner County school to receive a makeover and addition as the Sumner County Board of Education recently approved a construction bid for the $4 million project.
The Beta Xi Chapter of DKG, International Society for Key Women Educators, awarded Elizabeth Jerrolds, of Indian Lake Elementary, a classroom grant in the amount of $150.
The 37th Annual Tennessee YMCA Model United Nations Conference sponsored by the YMCA Center for Civic Engagement was held Nov. 3-5 in Murfreesboro. Hendersonville High School was one of 28 schools to attend this year's conference which had over 1,000 students participate.
Sumner County parents and teachers can already begin making plans for the next school year following the recent approval of the 2018-2019 school year calendar.
A dismissal hearing for a Sumner County principal who was suspended in September for having an inappropriate relationship with a teacher was cancelled last week after the principal resigned.