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Rutherford County Schools: 'Focus on what works'
Rutherford County Schools: 'Focus on what works'

As the new Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Jimmy Sullivan says teachers attending the annual Summer Conference training should target academic standards as most effective way to help students

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School Changes and New Schools in Rutherford County
School Changes and New Schools in Rutherford County

David Youree Elementary School will see major changes this upcoming school year. Rutherford County Schools Spokesperson James Evans explains...

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Yet to Open Rockvale High School Readies for Football Season
Yet to Open Rockvale High School Readies for Football Season

As we continue to follow the progress of the Rockvale High School that is currently under construction on Highway 99, we now turn to football.

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Riverdale hosts for College Career Signing day April 5
Riverdale hosts for College Career Signing day April 5

Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro will host their Inaugural College & Career Signing Day this Friday, April 5, 2019 at 10:00am.

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More Neighborhoods Expected Soon After Rockvale High School Opens
More Neighborhoods Expected Soon After Rockvale High School Opens

Rockvale High School is currently under construction and looks to soon be ready for students. Principal Steve Luker stated that new construction of homes near the school are likely...

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Local Schools Return Soon
Local Schools Return Soon

The winter break will end for Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City School students on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.

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Five industry councils create workforce pipelines to fill positions, while local students reap the benefits in the short- and long-term
Five industry councils create workforce pipelines to fill positions, while local students reap the benefits in the short- and long-term

Key industries in Rutherford County are facing challenges. Parents and students, it's time to take note.

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ESP Partners with Murfreesboro Soccer Club to create Strikers City Academy
ESP Partners with Murfreesboro Soccer Club to create Strikers City Academy

The Extended School Program (ESP) at Murfreesboro City Schools and the Murfreesboro Soccer Club have partnered to offer students a top-tier soccer experience - Strikers City Academy.

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Discovery School in Murfreesboro Named National Blue Ribbon School
Discovery School in Murfreesboro Named National Blue Ribbon School

The recognition is based on a school's overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

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TNReady School-level Results Released
TNReady School-level Results Released

The Tennessee Department of Education released the state's 2018 TNReady school-level results Thursday, along with school and district student growth data.

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Additional School Safety Features and More in Tennessee
Additional School Safety Features and More in Tennessee

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam Tuesday (8/14/18) announced the first-ever statewide assessment of school facilities and safety procedures will be fully completed by the end of August, with unprecedented school security funding now available to school districts to implement identified school security and safety needs.

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New Rutherford County School teachers undergo special training
New Rutherford County School teachers undergo special training

School Spokesperson James Evans said that newly hired educators recently underwent a special training program to help them prepare for their upcoming semester...

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SRO Exercise Included Active Aggressor at Local School
SRO Exercise Included Active Aggressor at Local School

Teacher Tristan Brown feels safer after Rutherford County Sheriff's school resource officers trained for an active aggressor scenario Tuesday at a county elementary school.

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Murfreesboro City Schools Director says that more help is needed with Mental Illnesses
Murfreesboro City Schools Director says that more help is needed with Mental Illnesses

Murfreesboro City Schools Director Linda Gilbert is looking at what can be done when it comes to helping children and sometimes their parents that suffer from severe mental health issues...

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Osborne Named Instructional Effectiveness Coordinator for Murfreesboro Schools
Osborne Named Instructional Effectiveness Coordinator for Murfreesboro Schools

Dr. Linda Gilbert, Director of Murfreesboro City Schools, has announced the appointment of Dr. Kimberly Osborne as Coordinator of Instructional Effectiveness and Assessment.

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Trey Lee named interim Assistant Superintendent for Engineering and Construction
Trey Lee named interim Assistant Superintendent for Engineering and Construction

"Mr. Lee has worked in construction management of school facilities in Rutherford County for nearly 12 years," Director of Schools-Elect Bill Spurlock said. "During his tenure, he has served as a project manager in the construction of facilities which total over $261 million. He brings both experience and passion to the position."

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TBI Release School Crime Study in Tennessee
TBI Release School Crime Study in Tennessee

From 2015 to 2017, a total of 27,038 offenses were reported by Tennessee law enforcement agencies with a 'School' location code.

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Local Murfreesboro School Students Design Their Dream Home
Local Murfreesboro School Students Design Their Dream Home

Students at John Pittard Elementary were outside mapping house plans after spending weeks in the classroom learning ratio and proportional relationships in real-life form.

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Overall Creek Students Building a Boat... Well Kinda
Overall Creek Students Building a Boat... Well Kinda

As part of the Overall Creek STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) designation, Overall Creek will celebrate STEM day on Thursday, May 17.

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110th General Assembly Issues
110th General Assembly Issues

The 2018 Tennessee Legislature just concluded the 110th General Assembly. The Rutherford County delegation tell "the rest of the story".

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Local Attorney Announces Run for Murfreesboro School Board
Local Attorney Announces Run for Murfreesboro School Board

Local attorney and parent Amanda Moore announces her candidacy for Murfreesboro City Schools Board of Education's August 2 city-wide, at-large election.

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More Problems with School Testing in Rutherford County and Beyond
More Problems with School Testing in Rutherford County and Beyond

Evans stated, "We have ensured that these issues are not being caused by our systems, and we continue to work with the Tennessee Department of Education to address issues with its online testing platform."

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TNReady test scores will not count against students
TNReady test scores will not count against students

The decision was made after three days of testing that began with what the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) says was a deliberate attack on the computer system, which kept students from logging in to take the test.

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Haslam Approves Recommendations of School Safety Panel
Haslam Approves Recommendations of School Safety Panel

Gov. Bill Haslam has approved the recommendations of a school safety panel, including a security risk assessment of all Tennessee public school facilities.

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National Motto might be displayed in Tennessee Schools
National Motto might be displayed in Tennessee Schools

The bill reads as follows; "As introduced, enacts the 'National Motto in the Classroom Act,' which requires each local education agency to display the national motto, 'In God We Trust,' in a prominent location in each school." - HB2368

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Both Murfreesboro City Schools and Rutherford County Schools hosting job fairs
Both Murfreesboro City Schools and Rutherford County Schools hosting job fairs

Murfreesboro City Schools will host a teacher recruitment fair from 9:30 to 11:30 am on Saturday, February 10 at Scales Elementary School.

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County & City Schools Closed Again Thursday
County & City Schools Closed Again Thursday

Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City Schools will be closed again on Thursday.

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Former Tullahoma High Assistant Band Director to be sentenced on Child Porn Charge
Former Tullahoma High Assistant Band Director to be sentenced on Child Porn Charge

A former Tullahoma High School assistant band director will face a federal judge for sentencing on March 26 for a child pornography conviction.

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Rutherford County Schools earns coveted 'Exemplary' award for Tennessee
Rutherford County Schools earns coveted 'Exemplary' award for Tennessee

Rutherford County Schools has received the highest performance designation available, based on awards announced today by the Tennessee Department of Education.

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Chess programs at Central and McFadden intended to reinforce academics, problem-solving
Chess programs at Central and McFadden intended to reinforce academics, problem-solving

Some of the world's most competitive people hate losing more than they enjoy winning. Eric Ramsay has never been the most competitive member of the Central Magnet chess team.

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Schools in Smyrna placed on precautionary lock-down Wednesday
Schools in Smyrna placed on precautionary lock-down Wednesday

On Wednesday (9/27/17), Rutherford County Schools in the Smyrna area were placed on a precautionary code yellow lockdown.

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Tennessee School Districts Show Improvement in Second Year of TNReady EOC Results
Tennessee School Districts Show Improvement in Second Year of TNReady EOC Results

64 School districts improved the percent of Black, Hispanic, and Native American students who scored on track or mastered and 57 districts had more students with disabilities scoring on track...

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Rutherford Co. High Schools outperforming state average
Rutherford Co. High Schools outperforming state average

GOOD NEWS: Rutherford County's high schools are significantly out-performing the state average for the number of students who are on-track or have mastered subject areas, according to information released today by the Tennessee Department of Education.

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Total Eclipse = Total Excused Absence if Not Present at Rutherford County Schools
Total Eclipse = Total Excused Absence if Not Present at Rutherford County Schools

UPDATE: The Rutherford County School Board voted Wednesday night to close schools on Monday (8/21/17) for the total eclipse event because of concerns about safety.

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Watch out for school buses
Watch out for school buses

As summer comes to a close and the leaves begin to turn, children across the country are packing up their backpacks and returning to school.

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County Schools receive $500,000+ grant to purchase CTE classroom equipment
County Schools receive $500,000+ grant to purchase CTE classroom equipment

Rutherford County Schools will receive more than a half a million dollars -- $556,300 to be exact -- from the Tennessee Department of Education to purchase new equipment for Career and Technical Education classrooms.

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More than 1,000 RCS teachers take part in training conference to better engage students
More than 1,000 RCS teachers take part in training conference to better engage students

Like many of her colleagues, Kacie Oja had a romantic vision of what her career as teacher would be like. Now beginning her ninth year in education and second with Rutherford County Schools, Oja has a firsthand understanding...

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All Murfreesboro City Schools to host open house in August
All Murfreesboro City Schools to host open house in August

Murfreesboro City Schools invites parents, students and families to its district-wide open house. All Murfreesboro City Schools will be hosting an open house at their school on Thursday, August 3, 2017.

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JUST IN: Rutherford County AND Murfreesboro City Schools Closing Two Hours Early
JUST IN: Rutherford County AND Murfreesboro City Schools Closing Two Hours Early

Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City Schools are closing two hours early today (Wednesday, April 5, 2017) due to the threat of possible severe storms. For the Murfreesboro School System, the ESP program will remain open until 6PM.

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David Youree kindergarten classes get S.M.A.R.T. in PE
David Youree kindergarten classes get S.M.A.R.T. in PE

Brenda Bailey isn't a stereotypical physical education instructor. In her class, it's commonplace for Bailey to talk about the physiological and neurological connection to learning.

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Rutherford County Schools Director Addresses Severe Weather Day
Rutherford County Schools Director Addresses Severe Weather Day

Rutherford County Schools Director Don Odom has sent a message to parents, addressing concerns from parents about schools being opened during the Wednesday severe weather.

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4th Largest School System in TN is in Rutherford County
4th Largest School System in TN is in Rutherford County

The number of school students in Rutherford County is growing at a rapid rate, now surpassing Hamilton County. James Evans, spokesperson for the Rutherford County School system, told WGNS...

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Reminder: Schools to reopen on Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Reminder: Schools to reopen on Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Murfreesboro City Schools will reopen this Wednesday after the extended holiday break.

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At LaVergne High School, administrators and teachers putting interests of students first to change culture and lift expectations
At LaVergne High School, administrators and teachers putting interests of students first to change culture and lift expectations

Rudy Vazquez never forgot the snickers. He still remembers being told the other schools at a SkillsUSA competition for criminal justice clubs weren't taking LaVergne High School seriously.

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Don't skip town early taking children out of school before winter break
Don't skip town early taking children out of school before winter break

The Murfreesboro City Schools are reminding parents to leave their children in school and not take them out early before the Christmas break begins.

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TN REPORT CARD: Rutherford's ACT scores, grad rates further increase
TN REPORT CARD: Rutherford's ACT scores, grad rates further increase

Rutherford County Schools has a graduation rate topping 95 percent, an average composite ACT score of 20.8 and spends $1,000 less than the state average per student, according to information released today as part of the annual Tennessee Report Card.

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Rutherford County students participate in the first-ever Tennessee Student Mock Election, Thurman Francis Arts Academy
Rutherford County students participate in the first-ever Tennessee Student Mock Election, Thurman Francis Arts Academy

Republican nominee Donald Trump won the first-ever Tennessee Student Mock Election with an overwhelming margin of support from the more than 165,000 votes cast from students throughout Tennessee.

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School Board member Terry Hodge combines business background with love for hometown to provide opportunities for local students
School Board member Terry Hodge combines business background with love for hometown to provide opportunities for local students

The Murfreesboro that Hodge grew up in is much different than the city he lives in today.

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Local School Districts to Decide on Teacher Raises in Tennessee
Local School Districts to Decide on Teacher Raises in Tennessee

A recently report says local school districts get to decide how to spend that money on positions, whether it be through employee raises or on hiring new staff.

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Rutherford County teachers earn Mechatronics certification thanks to Bridgestone class in La Vergne
Rutherford County teachers earn Mechatronics certification thanks to Bridgestone class in La Vergne

Teachers from Rutherford County Schools and other education institutions recently completed a Mechatronics certification class at the Bridgestone Plant in La Vergne.

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Eagleville High School - A Hidden Gem in our Community
Eagleville High School - A Hidden Gem in our Community

For the second consecutive year, students from Eagleville School, faculty, administrators, parents and members of the community gathered at the football stadium for the annual Eagles Community Tailgate to mark the beginning of the school year.

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Back to School!
Back to School!

Rutherford County Schools' students returned to school for two hours Friday with the first full day Monday, Aug. 8.

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Four Elected to City School Board
Four Elected to City School Board

Five candidates ran for four seats on the Murfreesboro City School Board. Incumbent chairman of the board Butch Campbell was the top vote getter.

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More on the Transgender Bathroom Issue in Local Schools
More on the Transgender Bathroom Issue in Local Schools

The directive by President Obama on Monday instructs all public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity, not their gender from birth...

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New Interactive Rutherford County Map Shows Local School Demographics
New Interactive Rutherford County Map Shows Local School Demographics

Rutherford County Assessor of Property Rob Mitchell told WGNS a new interactive map allows you to see average teacher pay, the number of students in our local schools and more.

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Should your child learn secondary languages in school?
Should your child learn secondary languages in school?

Research in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology shows children learning two languages perform better at certain problem-solving tasks than their monolingual peers.

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25 Rutherford County Educators to get help in teaching through grant
25 Rutherford County Educators to get help in teaching through grant

The workshops are linked to both field work in teachers' classrooms and the study of related professional literature.

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Religious Organization Wants Islam Curriculum From All School Districts
Religious Organization Wants Islam Curriculum From All School Districts

A religious organization has requested records pertaining to Islam curriculum from all Tennessee school districts.

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Local schools employee allegedly breaks into ex-husbands home and takes a picture
Local schools employee allegedly breaks into ex-husbands home and takes a picture

A local school employee has been arrested after allegedly making her way into an ex-husbands house and photographing him in bed.

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Tennessee's waiver request from certain provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind
Tennessee's waiver request from certain provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind

Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen Thursday applauded the U.S. Department of Education's approval of Tennessee's waiver request from certain provisions of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act...

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RuCo Property Taxes Increased 7.8%; Budget Passed
RuCo Property Taxes Increased 7.8%; Budget Passed

By a vote of 14-to-7, Rutherford County Commissioners passed a new budget for fiscal year 2015-2016. That budget, which was passed Friday morning during a special session, includes a seven-point-eight-percent property tax increase for schools.

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State of TN says that children need to get their immunizations
State of TN says that children need to get their immunizations

Immunization requirements apply to any student enrolling in a Tennessee school for the first time including all Kindergarten students. Requirements also apply to all rising seventh graders.

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Governor Haslam signs Individualized Education Act
Governor Haslam signs Individualized Education Act

Monday, Governor Bill Haslam signed the Individualized Education Act that will benefit thousands of children with special needs.

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TCAP Tests This Week

This is the week students in Rutherford County Schools and Murfreesboro City Schools take the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program tests or T-CAP.

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Rutherford County Schools CLOSED Friday
Rutherford County Schools CLOSED Friday

Rutherford County Schools will be closed Friday because of continuing poor road conditions. The district's Central Office will open at 9 a.m. Schools spokesman James Evans says they've used nine weather days and have two in reserve.

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Discovery School at Bellwood is now accepting applications
Discovery School at Bellwood is now accepting applications

Application deadline is Friday, January 9, 2015.

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2014 State Report Card has been released

The 2014 state Report Card­­­­--posted Thursday on the Tennessee Department of Education website--offers users the ability to view detailed breakdowns of last year's student achievement growth and other important data points.

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Educators from Japan to visit Rutherford County Schools on Monday
Educators from Japan to visit Rutherford County Schools on Monday

A delegation of educators from Japan will spend Monday, Aug. 18, at Central Magnet School talking with faculty members and students and potentially developing a cooperative learning partnership.

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Educators from Japan to visit Rutherford County Schools on Monday
Educators from Japan to visit Rutherford County Schools on Monday

A delegation of educators from Japan will spend Monday, Aug. 18, at Central Magnet School talking with faculty members and students and potentially developing a cooperative learning partnership.

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For Teachers: Improving student reading skills in school
For Teachers: Improving student reading skills in school

MTSU is hosting an annual conference Saturday, Aug. 16, to help area educators improve the reading skills of their students.

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First half day for school students is Wednesday - first full day is then..
First half day for school students is Wednesday - first full day is then..

With hundreds of school children, cars, and buses coming and going, the City of Murfreesboro is taking extra precautions to make sure the first full day of school is a safe one.

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Local private school celebrating growth
Local private school celebrating growth

Providence Christian Academy will celebrate the completion of a 4,200 square foot addition to the current school building with a Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting on August 27 at 9:00 a.m.

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Gearing Up for Back to School
Gearing Up for Back to School

We are getting closer, believe it or not, to back to school time for Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City students. In fact, it's just a little more than two weeks away. 

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GOOD NEWS: Fewer kids are part of the Summer Feeding Program in Tennessee
GOOD NEWS: Fewer kids are part of the Summer Feeding Program in Tennessee

As the number of American children in federal summer meal programs is on the rise overall, the opposite is true locally.

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Schools Budget Discussed Tonight

(MURFREESBORO) - The Rutherford County Board of Education will meet along with the Rutherford County Commission's Health and Education Committee with the upcoming schools' budget the discussion.

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Rutherford County High Schools holding graduation out of county
Rutherford County High Schools holding graduation out of county

Some Rutherford County residents are concerned over high school graduations being held in neighboring Williamson County. 

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Rutherford County Schools suspend educational assistant over allegations involving student
Rutherford County Schools suspend educational assistant over allegations involving student

Rutherford County Schools has suspended Maurice C. O'Neal without pay pending the outcome of a criminal investigation into allegations involving at least one student. The suspects mugshot has now been released. 

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Need a job? Could you be a teacher in Rutherford County, TN?

Rutherford County Schools will host its annual Teacher Recruitment Fair this Saturday, April 26, at Smyrna High School from 9 a.m. until noon.

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Rutherford County Schools are growing and so is their budget...
Rutherford County Schools are growing and so is their budget...

Local schools continue to grow by leaps and bounds. The Rutherford County School Board is currently ironing out...

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City Students Year to End Early

A state Department of Education provision will allow Murfreesboro City School students to end classes early this year. City schools spokesperson Lisa Trail says the last half day of school has been changed to Wednesday, May 21st. 

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Should the TN Board of Education be Elected or Appointed?
Should the TN Board of Education be Elected or Appointed?

Legislation being debated at the General Assembly would have voters decide on some or all board members in regular elections. 

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New Police Headquarters to Save Taxpayers $25 Million
New Police Headquarters to Save Taxpayers $25 Million

Police Chief Chrisman stopped by the Valentine’s Eve meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council to reiterate that the police headquarter relocation to North Highland Avenue will result in huge taxpayer savings...

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Decision on Schools Made Early AM Thursday

This is the latest tweet from RuCo Schools concerning making a decision on whether or not to have classes.

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MTSU Poll: On average, Tennesseans give local schools C+
MTSU Poll: On average, Tennesseans give local schools C+

The spring 2014 MTSU Poll found that Tennesseans’ give their schools “Cs,” are uncertain about school vouchers, trust their teachers, and have mixed feelings about the use of standardized testing.

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MTSU Poll on Common Core in Tennessee - Results to be Released SOON
MTSU Poll on Common Core in Tennessee - Results to be Released SOON

This will be the first public release of these data; analyses and press releases will be available to those in attendance at Thursday’s presentation. Findings will be released to other media and the general public later in the day.

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Tennessee Children Have Problems READING - Do Your Kids?

A new report finds that despite progress made over the last decade, only about one-in-three students in the state are proficient at reading when he or she reaches the fourth grade.

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School Information for Wednesday (1-7-14)
Murfreesboro City Schools will be open on Wednesday. Rutherford County Schools opening two-hours late.
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Ice on the Roads Tuesday Morning: Did you have JUNK in the TRUNK?
Ice on the Roads Tuesday Morning: Did you have JUNK in the TRUNK?
Finding yourself stranded in your car due to treacherous conditions like ice and slick roads only to discover you have junk in the trunk, rather than the necessary roadside emergency supplies, can place you and your family in jeopardy. 
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State Says You Can Easily Compare Schools Online Now
The department reports that the new design of the 2013 Report Card offers users the ability to create personalized comparisons between state, school, and districts...
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Murfreesboro City School Teachers Receive Special Grant Money
The City Schools Foundation presented over $34,000 in grants to Murfreesboro City Schools' teachers on Thursday.  The reception was at the home of Dr. Sidney and Elizabeth McPhee.
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Mary Scales Remembered at City Council, While Veterans Are Honored at Commission
The Murfreesboro City Council took time to mourn the passing of Mary Scales, the first African-American council member at their October 17th meeting, while the Rutherford County Commission praised MTSU for their upcoming events honoring veterans...
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Kids Not Going to School = Parents Going to Jail: Hear What the Local Judge Has to Say...
Kids Not Going to School = Parents Going to Jail: Hear What the Local Judge Has to Say...
More school students are refusing to go to school in Rutherford County when compared to truancy issues in the past.
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Yet More School Expansion in Rutherford County
Continuing to outgrow our facilities, the Rutherford County Commission put two resolutions to a vote at their March 14th meeting each aimed at expanding existing schools...
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Under proposed bill school students would be able to "FIGHT BACK" without punishment
Adults on the street are allowed the right to self-defense if they are attacked, but newly proposed legislation would make that true for students on school campuses as well.
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Two Rutherford Students To View Emancipation Proclamation
Heather Chaput from Daniel-McKee Alternative School and Caitlin Davis from Christiana Middle School are two of only six students in the state to be selected winners in the Tennessee State Museum's Freedom's Call Emancipation Proclamation Essay Contest.
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Upcoming February meeting for parents of future students of Stewarts Creek High School
Upcoming February meeting for parents of future students of Stewarts Creek High School
A new high school will soon be OPEN in August of this year. Stewarts Creek High was approved for construction by Rutherford County Commissioners in 2011. The cost was $50-million. A meeting is planned for parents of future students in February. 
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Bullets Found in Hallway at Blackman Elementary School
Bullets Found in Hallway at Blackman Elementary School
A disturbing find at a Rutherford County operated school. WGNS’ Ron Jordon has more…
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UPDATE: Confusion Over the Name of the Person Arrested and Charged with Child Rape in Murfreesboro
UPDATE: Confusion Over the Name of the Person Arrested and Charged with Child Rape in Murfreesboro
Apparently there has been some major confusion over the identity of the man accused of raping a 5-year old boy in Murfreesboro. William C. Henry was charged last week with three counts of the rape of a child.
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County Commission Prepared for New Rutherford County School Resource Officers
It looks as if the Sheriff’s Department will likely receive the needed funding to hire additional officers to patrol county schools, but the money for the added manpower won’t arrive until this fall.
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