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McKENZIE (February 27) — McKenzie Middle School hosted a Black History Month program Thursday to honor the contributions of African-Americans to the civil rights movement and to society at … more
Congratulations to Hannah Haywood’s fourth grade class at McKenzie Elementary School for earning 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in February. They had 87.1 percent correct. more
Congratulations to Lorrie Brown’s first grade class at McKenzie Elementary School for earning 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in February. They had 93.5 percent correct. more
Congratulations to Cari Moore’s second grade class at McKenzie Elementary School for earning 1,000 Accelerated Reader points in February. They had 92.1 percent correct. more
McKENZIE (February 20) — The Tennessee College of Applied Technology-McKenzie hosted a National Career Technical Education (CTE) Letter of Intent Signing Day Thursday for 57 seniors from 15 … more
 ATWOOD March 1 — The 2020 Miss West Carroll pageant was held at West Carroll Junior/Senior High School. Brooklyn Polinski, 15, a green-eyed, blond-haired tenth grader was crowned Miss … more
When employees of Imerys in Gleason (formerly Kentucky Tennessee Clay Company) met for their annual safety refresh workshop in February, they included an unveiling of a new safety mascot and … more
KNOXVILLE — University of Tennessee Board of Trustees has announced a series of town hall meetings designed to gather input and feedback on the appointment of interim president Randy Boyd to … more
During the school week of February 10-14, all Gleason School students, in grades Pre-K—12th grade, had the opportunity to participate in “Kindness Week.” The week was designed to … more
McKENZIE — Bethel University Vice President Cindy Mallard announces Sandy Louden as the new Dean of Student Development, College of Arts and SciencesUpon the recent retirement of Dean James … more
WEAKLEY COUNTY (February 19) — First selected by their peers, then acknowledged through a committee review, three Weakley County Teachers of the Year now advance to a regional level and … more
On January 18 at Jackson Northside High School, approximately 1,200 students auditioned for the 2019-20 All West Tennessee Honor Band, including several from McKenzie High School.Jonathan Haney … more
Tennessee College of Applied Technology McKenzie celebrated SkillsUSA week on February 3-7 with some friendly competition between the programs.SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and … more
McKENZIE (February 4) — All season long at McKenzie High School home basketball games, fans have supported the teams by buying chances to win a washer and dryer donated by Hudgins Appliance … more
McKENZIE (February 8) — The McKenzie High School Beta Club hosted a series of well-attended fundraising events Saturday at the school.Following up on last year’s success, the club … more
ATWOOD (February 6) — Five student group trips were approved along with the 2020-2021 school calendar during the February 6 meeting of the West Carroll School Board meeting. One thing that was … more
McKENZIE (January 29) McKenzie Board of Education granted tenure to Lauren Flannery, a teacher at McKenzie Elementary School, during the January 29 meeting.Lynn Watkins, director of schools, … more
CARROLL COUNTY — High school students, who are interested in learning about veterinary medicine, have the opportunity to job shadow the county’s veterinarians.The Carroll County Vet … more
ATWOOD (January 29) — West Carroll High School hosted a signing ceremony Wednesday for seniors Alexis Houston and Alex Arnold, who have committed to join the Bethel University Renaissance … more
The West Carroll FFA Chapter was awarded a $500 grant from The Tennessee Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Foundation. These funds will help to provide more agricultural education opportunities to the … more
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