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Education

  • Morgan County Career & Technical Center announces ‘Outstanding Students’
  • Family Night Out Improving Literacy recently held at Oakdale School

        Family Night Out Improving Literacy was held at Oakdale October 5, 2010 from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Wartburg Central High FCCLA Class tells of participation during September

      September has been a busy month for Wartburg Central High School’s FCCLA. We kicked things off by helping out at the Lancing Heritage Festival. On Saturday, September 4th, several club members went to the Lancing square to offer help parking cars, serving food or anything else that needed doing. While we were there, we took the opportunity to go by all of the booths set up, and to look at the quilts in the quilt show. We even got to take a ride on a horse and buggy. We really enjoyed the day, and we were glad we had the chance to help out.

  • Ms. Melhorn’s 2nd grade class at Coalfield share creation of buildings

      The student’s of Ms. Melhorn’s 2nd grade class at Coalfield School recently constructed models of some of the buildings in the Coalfield community, and they brought them to the Coalfield Public Library to share with the public. 
      For a few weeks the buildings were out on display for everyone to enjoy.
     

  • Morgan County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu

    Morgan County Schools - Breakfast/Lunch Menu
    October 25 - October 29, 2010

    Oct. 25: Breakfast: Biscuit & gravy or assorted cereal, yogurt and juice
                 Lunch: Vegetable soup, cheese sticks, carrot & celery sticks and
                 baked cookie
    Oct. 26: Breakfast: Granola & yogurt or mini pancakes and fruit juice

  • RS offers swiftwater rescue class

        Roane State Community College’s Continuing Healthcare Education Department will offer its action-packed Swiftwater Rescue Class Oct. 29-31.
        The 30-hour course is designed for white water enthusiasts, white water guides, and rescue professionals, and the class will cover basic self-rescue skills and contact rescues.
        The Oct. 29 session will be held at the college’s Knox County Center for Health Sciences.

  • Tech students give SRO ‘cool cop’ device

    The criminal justice classes at Morgan County Career and Technical Center presented SRO Steve Davis with  a Cool Cop device. The device keeps an officer cool while wearing body armor. The Cool Cop was purchased by the Criminal Justice Skills USA Club with funds won in competition at the Knoxville TVA & I Fair. Pictured from left are: Monica Barnett, secretary; Keisha Atkins, vice president Skills USA Club; and SRO Steve Davis.

  • Melhorn kids show champion sheep at area fairs and events

        Trenton and Shaylyn Melhorn would like to share their summer of excitement with you.  They are in the 5th and 7th grade at Oakdale School.  Both have been showing sheep for 5 years.  They have traveled to 13 surrounding county fairs showing their Suffolk and Tunis sheep, also exhibited their animals at the Tennessee Valley Fair and traveled to the State Fair in Nashville.

  • School Menu

    Morgan County Schools
    Breakfast/Lunch Menu
    October 18 - October 22, 2010
    Breakfast/Lunch Menus subject to change.

    Oct. 18: Breakfast: Pancake & sausage on a stick or graham cracker, peanut butter and banana
        Lunch: Chicken nuggets, macaroni & cheese, Navy beans, steamed broccoli and wheat roll

    Oct. 19: Breakfast: Baked French toast or pop tart and apple juice

  • CES receives literacy grant through Dollar General Corporation

        Central Elementary received some exciting news on Aug. 20. The Dollar General Corporation funded a $3,000 dollar grant for the schools literacy efforts. The writing of the grant was spearheaded by Miss Anita Hamby who is a curriculum coach at the school.