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Strong storms are predicted to hit White County during arrival this morning. Drivers are encouraged to use discretion when delivering children to school. Buses will run on time, and schools will have … more
In the spirit of the season, the TNStars College Savings 529 Program is again giving one Tennessee child a $5,000 scholarship awarded into a TNStars account. For the third consecutive year, … more
(Dec. 2, 202) – Tennessee Tech announced it is creating a new degree that will provide students with a strong foundation in technical computing skills along with knowledge in varying majors … more
 3rd Grade All A’s: Blake Mether, Harper Jackson All A’s & B’s: Charles Armstrong, Dominic Davis, Piper Green, Areonna Hileman, Tricia Johnson, Kylie McCulley, Jacob … more
White County High School band director Roger Mills and the Band Booster Club recently addressed the school board about funding shortages they were experiencing for their upcoming trip to perform as … more
During the November meeting of the White County School Board, principal Sara Cope, of BonDeCroft Elementary School, presented six students to the board members as she and the faculty spotlighted not … more
Tennessee Tech celebrated its most successful Giving Tuesday ever by raising $105,252 for its Football Operations Center in just 24 hours. Since 2016, Tech has participated in Giving Tuesday, an … more
The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability (OREA) has created an interactive online dashboard displaying key data about K-12 public education. The new … more
With only four days remaining until the application deadline, tnAchieves still needs 2,100 volunteer mentors across the state. Those interested in learning more or applying can visit … more
When the call went out for food donations to Motlow’s student pantries, Motlow student Eli Certain jumped into action. Unaware of the actual number of items she was able to contribute, her … more
On Nov. 18, Gov. Bill Lee announced projects receiving funding through the second round of the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) program, which prioritizes learning … more
From Kurt Dronebarger, White County director of schools:   For security reasons, White County Schools does not release all procedures relating to school safety. However, the school … more
November is National Scholarship Month and with the 2022-2023 Tennessee Tech scholarship application deadline set for December 15, Tech students can apply for over 600 different scholarships with one … more
(Nov. 18, 2021) - Motlow State Community College is a leader in technology and employee professional development. Through a collaborative effort between Academic Affairs and Workforce’s … more
With less than three weeks remaining until the Dec. 3 tnAchieves mentor application deadline, 3,000 volunteer mentors are still needed to meet student demand statewide. Counties with outstanding … more
 Undergraduate students who have experienced academic difficulty can make a fresh start when returning to Motlow after an extended absence. Academic Fresh Start, a plan of academic forgiveness, … more
 Motlow State’s Sparta Campus held its first Fall Fundraiser at Northfield Vineyards, on Oct. 23. The fundraiser, which included dinner from Town Creek Chuck Wagon and live music … more
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A group of Tennessee Tech students and their professor are part of a collaboration of institutions researching how the universe works by focusing on the lifetime of one of its smallest … more
Each month, now through May 2022, we will recognize a Teacher of the Month in both White and Van Buren counties. It’s easy to nominate a teacher – just click the link below and tell us … more
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