• Employees of TN Technology Center of Crossville honored for service

        Four employees of the TN Technology Center @ Crossville were recently honored for their service to the Center. Faculty and staff attended the annual awards luncheon as Don Sadler, TTCC director recognized each honoree for their dedication.
        Honored for five years of service was Pam Stubbs, Adult Education Coordinator. Her program prepares citizens to take the GED exam which is given at the Center each month.

  • Morgan County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu

    Sept. 13: Breakfast: Breakfast burrito or biscuit & gravy, yogurt and juice
                   Lunch: Pizza, broccoli salad, steamed corn, Caesar salad and sliced
    Sept. 14: Breakfast: Pancakes & sausage on a stick or graham cracker, peanut

  • College “Move In Day”

        Students, their families and friends took advantage of the cool temperatures Friday morning to move in and get settled in University of Tennessee at Martin housing. Faculty, staff, current students and area residents were on hand to assist the students as they prepared for the fall semester. From left are Lisa Sexton and her daughter, Hannah Sexton, a freshman elementary education major of Morgan County.

  • Surge Tech graduates

  • Singer-songwriter Travis Singleton to perform at RSCC tomorrow

        Singer-songwriter Travis Singleton will perform on Thursday, Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. in the theatre on Roane State Community College’s Roane County campus.
        Admission is $8, and a portion of ticket sales will benefit the college’s Music Department. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

  • Board members honored

        Outgoing board members Jim Rivers and Louise Coleman were honored at the August 30th school board workshop for their dedication and service to Morgan County Schools and the children of Morgan County. They are shown here with Director of Schools Dr. Edd Diden and Mrs. Wanda Lane who presented them the awards for their service.

  • Free Adult Education course on Solar and Wind Energy

        Morgan County Career and Technical Center is holding free adult education classes on small, residential-scale wind and solar energy. The course will include hands-on training on tower construction. Classes will start Sept. 21st and will meet every Tuesday night from 6 to 8 pm (Eastern) for 13 weeks at the Morgan County Career and Tech. Center, 132 Flat Fork Rd., Wartburg.
        To register, contact Ronnie Trout, 423-346-6285.

  • Morgan County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu

    Sept. 6: Breakfast: LABOR DAY – NO SCHOOL
                  Lunch: LABOR DAY – NO SCHOOL

    Sept. 7: Breakfast: Mini Pillsbury pancakes or peanut butter graham cracker
                 sandwich and chilled juice
                 Lunch: Hamburger on wheat bun, pickles, lettuce, cheese, baked tater

  • Roane State is offering course for HR professionals preparing for certification exams

        Human resources professionals who want to review before taking the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification exams can take advantage of a class offered at Roane State Community College’s Oak Ridge campus.

  • Local graduates of Roane State

        Several local students graduated from Roane State Community College during the 2009-10 academic year.
        Here is a list of the graduates. Cum laude indicates a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.5-3.69. Magna cum laude represents a GPA of 3.7-3.89, and summa cum laude indicates a GPA of 3.9-4.0.
    Coalfield: Kristofer Carson, Brenda Hammock, Andrea Powers
    Lancing: Jacob Davidson, Sarah Redmon