Robinson Middle School’s girls basketball season may have ended earlier than preferred, but the team couldn’t call their run unsuccessful by any stretch of imagination.
Corey Gardenhour, Ph.D, has resigned from Elizabethton schools as of June 30 will become Robinson Middle School principal effective July 1.
Sevier and Robinson middle schools had spirit parades of faculty and staff in their attendance zones, honking horns and waving through the two attendance zones of the two schools.
Seventh grader Levi Phillips helped fly the plan from Morristown to Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Carman will take the stage for a free concert at Ross N. Robinson Middle School on Sept. 29. Presented by Tri-City Worship Church, a new church in Kingsport, the concert is one of many ways the church hopes to reach out to the community.
She will serve the rest of the 2019-20 school year, replacing Brian Partin, who is leaving at month’s end to head University School.
Brian Partin, Kingsport City School’s longest-serving principal, will head University School on the campus of East Tennessee State University.
Tri-City Worship Church, led by lead pastor Bryan Warren and associate pastors Gene and Ann Young, was started at the end of June and has been going strong ever since. The church is currently planning future mission trips and various outreach events to engage the community.
Fifty-one Kingsport City Schools Science Olympiad participants from three schools have won 19 first place awards at the Tennessee level this year. According to one participant, the program gives students a leg-up on college and a chance to make lasting friendships.
Hundreds of students, parents and fans filled Dobyns-Bennett's Buck Van Huss Dome on Monday morning to witness the sixth annual Tribe Classic. Each year, the Robinson and Sevier middle school varsity boys and girls basketball teams compete in front
Students, parents and fans of Kingsport City Schools flocked to J. Fred Johnson Stadium Thursday night for the annual Middle School Football City Championship between John Sevier and Ross N. Robinson middle schools.
Mark Kilgore, coordinator and host, said the talent show returned this year after taking last year off. Even with the yearlong hiatus, Kilgore said people have continued to show strong support for the event.
Mother Angela Braan maintains Daysia is alive today thanks to Robinson Middle School nurse Suzanne Marshall and free Epi Pens in Robinson Middle School and on hand throughout Kingsport City Schools, there to help in allergy emergencies.
The tip was a concern about safety at Dobyns-Bennett High School, Robinson Middle and Lincoln Elementary, Kingsport City Schools Assistant Superintendent of Administration Any True said.
On Feb. 17 at the Buck Van Huss Dome at Dobyns-Bennett High School, band students from Ross N. Robinson Middle School and John Sevier Middle School joined with the D-B band to put on the 2018 All City Band Concert. The photos were taken and