ELIZABETHTON — The Carter County School System is still transporting school lunches to children during the time the schools are not in session because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but the plans to extend the delivery has been pulled back.
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In a virtual town hall Monday morning, East Tennessee State University President Brian Noland announced the university was working on issuing housing and meal plan refunds to students, and that they would likely be moving to a pass/fail grading
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Following the lead of Johnson City Schools and Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, the Jeremiah School — a faith-based nonprofit school for children with autism — is canceling in-person classes until at least April 24.
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Classes have been moved online, and all activities have been canceled until April 27.
ETSU Health is bringing medical care closer to home for its patients by offering telemedicine appointments. Telemedicine is the use of electronic audio and video communication to provide remote health care services to patients.
Six students from East Tennessee State University recently learned they are finalists in the 2019 Tennessee Associated Press Broadcasters and Media Editors College Contest.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has touched almost every facet of life, including how college students continue their studies.
East Tennessee State University faculty and staff were hard at work last week transitioning all classes to an online format amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Things have changed quite a bit in the last few weeks.
HHS announced an award of $1,602,541 to ETSU Physicians and Associates and Northeast Tennessee Community Health Centers, Inc.
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Health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak need personal protective equipment to reduce exposure and limit spread of the disease. East Tennessee State University and community partners are addressing the shortage of medical equipment by developing and manufacturing face shields.
The Washington County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to continue to pay “classified” hourly employees of the system while schools are closed for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) during the current fiscal year.
Teachers and students in the Johnson City Schools district will continue the school year remotely until schools reopen their doors.