Dr. Bryan Johnson is counting down the Top 10 Accomplishments of Hamilton County Schools. Today is #5 on the list – involving the community in district planning.
October 22, 2018
Week of October 22
Blythe-Bower Elementary celebrates Red Ribbon/College Week with a variety of school spirit days. Students and staff will celebrate healthy choices and looking forward ... (click for more)
Whitwell Elementary School fourth graders learn about the causes of the American Revolution and flags from then to now when members of the Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR visited the school. ... (click for more)
JustServe is making it possible for Tennessee Promise students to serve where they live. Tennessee Promise provides two years of tuition-free attendance at a community or technical college in ... (click for more)
Week of October 22
Blythe-Bower Elementary celebrates Red Ribbon/College Week with a variety of school spirit days. Students and staff will celebrate healthy choices and looking forward to a bright future. Kids on the Block will provide programs on Wednesday for all grade levels. The Bridge will present to 4th and 5th grade on October 30th. For more information contact Laura ... (click for more)
Whitwell Elementary School fourth graders learn about the causes of the American Revolution and flags from then to now when members of the Judge David Campbell Chapter, NSDAR visited the school.
The chapter also donated a George Washington framed print to the school. (click for more)
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office personnel on Tuesday afternoon arrested HCSO Corrections Corporal Kaquience Williams on the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Corporal Williams was arrested after she was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop.
She is presently in the booking process at the Hamilton County Jail and has been placed on ... (click for more)
Chattanooga's Downtown Post Office, after some lawsuits and numerous complaints over the years, is finally getting a handicap ramp.
Federal Judge Sandy Mattice said the complaints had increased in recent months and the General Services Administration agreed to fund the project at the historic building on Georgia Avenue.
The judge said, "It's a beautiful building, but it's ... (click for more)
First it was about 2,000, then we were told it’s up to 4,000. We have no way of knowing who’s coming or what their purpose is. NBC and CNN assure us they are seeking sanctuary but how can we know? Neither Honduras or our subjective media in America have been honest with us in the past. So, how do we know why that many people are marching across Central America?
Then this morning ... (click for more)
When Bear Bryant was the football coach at Alabama, he had a most delicious way of keeping his players on an even keel. If a player got a bit full of himself, Coach would set it up with one of his writer friends like this: “When everybody gets to where they ask questions, I want you to ask about (insert name) and how he is playing this year, alright?”
It would always turn out ... (click for more)