The team won the state championship with the Julie Jensen-penned “Mockingbird,” which it will perform Saturday at Barter Theatre.
The Spartan One Act Team, with its performance of “The Swan Queen of Berlin County,” brought home its sixth straight state championship.
School board and administration looking at needs to maintain and renovate Sullivan North property the city has bought, as well as existing city schools.
Board of Education member Julie Byers said the Sevier Middle colors decision from 2018 should be revisited, while board President Carrie Upshaw said she has “heartburn” about Robinson Middle’s mascot.
Phase 1 includes turning North High/Middle schools campus into the new Sevier Middle, the already-in-operation Regional Center for Science and Technology, and transforming the existing Sevier Middle building into a new home for Jackson Elementary.
For students whose tests and textbooks have migrated to screens, virtual physical education with technology as gym equipment may have been only a matter of time.
Dana Parker is a 19-year employee with Hawkins County Library System at the Church Hill Public Library and has served as the Branch Manager since 2013.
Sullivan County school officials discuss moving forward with West Ridge High School, not looking back to division over the decision to build the school.
Director of schools Matt Hixson said school administrators have asked custodial staff to continue to clean thoroughly, and for teachers to remind students to wash hands frequently and to cover their mouths and noses when sneezing or coughing.
The Church Hill Middle School Cheerleading squad won the East Sectional in the TMSAA State Championship at Middle Tennessee State University on Dec. 14 in only its second ever attempt at the title.
Sullivan County’s Board of Education held a retreat Dec. 2, among other things to look over its strategic plan.
Cherokee High School a state grant this school year to help establish a nursing skills lab which makes it possible for nursing students to earn their CNA certification on campus.
Sullivan County’s school board discusses free and reduced meals at schools and the underlying reasons for them.
The Hawkins County Board of Education was required by law this year to reduce its number of student board representatives (SBRs), but what it lost in quantity it gained back in quality.
Three issues have put Sullivan County and Kingsport schools in the news recently and at the center of discussions about what is and is not appropriate or legal in public schools.