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Education

  • Ouachita Baptist University dean's list: fall 2012

    Harriman’s Lily Taylor is among the 397 Ouachita Baptist University students named to the dean’s list for fall 2012 semester.

    Taylor will receive a certificate of recognition from Ouachita. Her name will also be included in the “National Dean’s List” for 2012-13.

    To be named to the dean’s list, a student must compile at least a 3.5 grade-point average and be classified as a full-time student, with a minimum of 12 academic hours.

  • Kindergarten, pre-K sign-ups slated May 2-3

    Roane County Schools’ registration for kindergarten and prekindergarten for the 2013-14 school year will take place next month.

    Registration will take place at the elementary schools from 2 to 5:30 p.m. May 2, and from 7:30 to 11 a.m. May 3.

    Parents should register students for the 2013-14 school year at the school in their district.

    Kindergarten students must be 5 on or before Aug. 31; Pre-K students must be 4 on or before Aug. 31.

  • RCHS band plays before more than 1 million in country’s 2nd largest St. Pat’s Day parade

    The Roane County High School Marching Band recently performed in the 189th St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Savannah, Ga.

    Of the 33 bands in the parade, the RCHS band was selected to be the featured award band representing the Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee.

    The band played “God Bless America” as it marched over three miles through the squares of Savannah and along the Savannah River.

  • Deadline today to submit proposals for STEM grants

    Today, April 12, is the deadline for Roane County teachers to submit proposals to URS/CH2M Oak Ridge LLC for educational grants with a specific goal of enabling new instructional methods in science, technology, engineering and math.

    The UCOR Education Mini-Grants will be awarded directly to teachers and schools for specific projects.

    All teachers are welcome to apply, but proposals should focus on STEM projects. For instance, a music teacher might apply for a grant for a math-related project within the field of music.

  • Rose, Coen serve as Senate pages
  • Alum concert set April 6

    Roane State Community College’s music department will have an alumni concert from 7 to 9 p.m. April 6 in the O’Brien Theatre on the main campus in Roane County.

    Admission is free

    The concert will feature alumni from Concert Choir, Celebration Singers, Jazz Band and Bluegrass Band.  As this year’s virtual choir project, the music department will debut an original composition, “Diversity, Similarity,” by Roane State professor Geol Greenlee with lyrics by student Chris Arnold.

  • Presidential Book, Materials awards open to more seniors

    The Roane State Community College Foundation’s Presidential Book and Materials Scholarships are now open to more graduating high school seniors who plan to attend Roane State.

    Once reserved strictly for valedictorians, Presidential Book and Materials Scholarships are available for high school seniors with a grade-point average of 2.5 or higher.

    Two Presidential Book and Materials Scholarships will be awarded at each public high school in Roane, Anderson, Campbell, Cumberland, Fentress, Loudon, Morgan, Roane and Scott.

  • RCHS robotics team to compete

    The public is encouraged to go to the 2013 Smoky Mountain FIRST Robotics Regional Competition this weekend in support of Full Metal Jackets, the Roane County High School robotics team.

    The competition will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 29-30 in Knoxville Convention Center at 701 Henley St. Admission is free.

    In the 2013 FIRST — or For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology — Robotics Competition, Full Metal Jackets will participate in Ultimate Ascent.

  • Tenn. Technology Center ready for SkillsUSA contest

    Tennessee Technology Center at Harriman students have spent the last few weeks competing for this year’s SkillsUSA titles.

    SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together toward ensuring  America has a skilled workforce. Its goal is to help each student excel, and competitions on school, state and national levels aim to assist students in putting their best work forward.

    The Harriman school will be well represented at the state competition this spring in Chattanooga.

  • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga graduates: Fall 2012

    Three University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students from Roane County received their degrees during fall commencement.

    Samuel Collins received a bachelor’s degrees in health and human performance: exercise science: applied.

    Lauren Hix’s bachelor’s degree is in psychology.

    Cody Wampler received a bachelor’s degrees in health and human performance: exercise science: pre-professional.

    More than 700 students were in the graduating class.