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Education

  • Apply now for CNA class at TTC-Crossville

        TN Technology Center @ Crossville is now taking applications for its next Nurse Assistant (CNA) classes scheduled to start September 13. Anyone interested should submit an application as soon as possible. The waiting list is developed based on the date the application is submitted. Individuals, whether they have submitted an application or not, are required to attend the Preview Session on Friday, August 27 at 2 p.m. central time in Building 1 on the TTCC campus if they wish to be considered for the September class.

  • Morgan County Schools Open House announced

    Petros-Joyner August 17, 3:30-6:00    
    Oakdale August 23, 3:30-6:00
     

  • Morgan County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu

    Aug. 23: Breakfast: Funnel cake or cereal bar, fruit slushie and milk
    Lunch: Corn dog, baked lattice fries, baked beans, tossed salad and chilled Mandarin orange segments
    Aug. 24: Breakfast: Breakfast pizza or bagel w/cream cheese, fruit cup and milk
    Lunch: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, turnip greens, Northern beans, hot wheat roll and grapes
    Aug. 25: Breakfast: Ham & biscuit or oatmeal w/toast and fruit juice

  • Price lowered for student travel to Ireland

    Local teachers planning an educational trip in May 2011 to England and Ireland have announced a revised itinerary that trims travel time by four days and cuts the cost by $750.
        The trip departs May 30 for five days in Ireland,
    followed by a trek across Wales en route to London. Trip organizer Janet Isbell said she made the changes to make the trip more affordable to students.
        “Foreign travel is such an eye-opening experience for students, but in tough economic times

  • Students and local organizations visit Buffalo Mountain Wind Farm

  • Spotlight on Education

    By Dr. Ed Diden
    Director of Morgan County Schools

    A new school year is upon us. Each year brings anticipation of new beginnings. New students, faculty, and staff add to the excitement of the upcoming year. For students and parents, some procedures will change to improve effectiveness and efficiency. These changes are already being communicated to parents by administrators and teachers.

  • Spotlight on Education

    By Dr. Edd Diden
    Director of Morgan County Schools