ELIZABETHTON — Randy Cook became a teacher later in life, but once he committed to education, he became a dedicated teacher.
ELIZABETHTON — Fridays are always good school days.
ELIZABETHTON — Carter County’s legislative delegation has been working for the past several days to address concerns by the county’s school board about a possible conflict between a new state law and an old federal court injunction against the
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ELIZABETHTON — Kevin Ward said the Carter County School System has found itself between a rock and a hard place over the “In God We Trust” motto.
ELIZABETHTON — While students in the Carter County School System enjoyed one last week of summer, their teachers in grades K-4 were busy learning how to teach those students how to write a better theme on “How I Spent My Summer.”
ELIZABETHTON — “We drive the most precious cargo on the streets and highways of this county,” said Tom Houghton and Nyle Barnett.
Ward will leave at the end of June. Announced early to give Board of Education time to search for his replacement.
ELIZABETHTON — With the start of a new school year, the Carter County School System has already achieved one goal. This will be the first year that there will be a school resource officer assigned to each of the school system’s 15 schools.
ELIZABETHTON — The supervisors of the Carter County School System are already operating at top speed, getting their schools ready for the new school year.
ELIZABETHTON — Carter County schools have received a total of $35,795 in school security grants from the National School Shield Grant Program. The National Rifle Association Foundation provided funding assistance for the grants.
ELIZABETHTON — May is always graduation time in the Carter County School System, but in addition to the senior classes of the four high schools, the month also saw the first graduates of the first teacher academy class.
ELIZABETHTON — With the end of the school year, it is time for students to enjoy some time off from studies and time for educators to examine the data to learn what went well and what needs to be corrected in their academic programs.
ELIZABETHTON — Four more of the best school teachers from Carter County and Elizabethton will be inducted into the Carter County-Elizabethton Educators Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 28.
Carter County Sheriff Dexter Lunceford said Sprint is working with his department to develop a national model on developing effective communication technology and techniques to improve security in school emergencies.
ELIZABETHTON — Lessons should become a lot clearer for about 150 students of the Carter County School System.