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Education

Bartlett school board releases STEAM

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At the Feb. 19 work session, the Bartlett school board released STEAM. The new honors program for grades one through five at Rivercrest Elementary will focus on science, technology, engineering, the arts and math (STEAM) for the 2015-2016 school year. Dr. Lee-Ann Kight, teaching and learning director for Bartlett City Schools (BCS), explained why the […]

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BCS discusses vouchers, routine audits

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In addition to the new STEAM Honors Program being rolled out for the upcoming school year, vouchers among were the key topics at the Feb. 19 work session for the Bartlett school board. Bryan Woodruff, vice chairman of the Bartlett school board and its liaison to the Tennessee Legislative Network (TLN), said state legislators will […]

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AHS student falls to his death

A 16-year-old Arlington High School sophomore jumped to his death off the Davies Plantation overpass onto I-40 around 6 p.m. Monday night. Although the student’s name has been discussed on social media, officials had not released the student’s name as of press time. More than 200 AHS students met 35 minutes before class Tuesday to […]

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School districts evaluating snow days

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Bartlett, Arlington and Lakeland schools are weighing make-up days for the classroom time lost to recent wintry weather. For now, spring break days are off the table , according to Bartlett City Schools superintendent David Stephens. Both Arlington and Lakeland superintendents said the same for their districts. The local school districts have this flexibility because […]

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Collegiate Corner for Feb. 26, 2015

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Beineon C.O. Corcrain and Ryan K. Hunt, both of Bartlett, were named to the Rhodes College Honor Roll for the 2014 fall semester. Corcrain is a graduate of Arlington High School. Hunt is a graduate of Briarcrest Christian School. Eligible students must be enrolled in at least 16 credit hours of academic work and must […]

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Former AHS bookkeeper sentenced for $142K theft

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A former Arlington High School financial secretary received a long sentence in a diversion program and repaid the thousands she stole from school funds at a sentencing hearing on Monday. Toni Cox, 49, will participate in the Community Corrections Program for 12 years. The program was created to relieve prison overcrowding by […]

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Bartlett vocalist prepares for senior recital March 20

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MEMPHIS – Jordan Hays of Bartlett will perform her Visible Music College senior recital at Highpoint Church in Memphis at 7:30 p.m. on March 20. This recital is the culmination of three years of study at Visible Music College in Memphis. Hays, a vocalist, will present her recital in the area of worship leading. The […]

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St. Ann’s ‘Colts Revue 2′ takes the stage

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  There was no shortage of talent or fun Feb. 19-21 when St. Ann Catholic School students took to the stage for three performances of “Colts Revue 2: The Electric Boogaloo.” Because St. Ann’s does not have a stage, the event was hosted at St. Benedict at Auburndale in Cordova.

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Bartlett loses to Arlington in semifinals

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Bolton Wildcats stunned by defeat

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