ELIZABETHTON — Beginning this month, the Elizabethton City School System is joining the statewide Teacher Leader Network in launching its Elizabethton Leads program. This will transition away from having system-wide instructional coaches to
May 1, 2018 at 10:11 PM
ELIZABETHTON — Mail call holds a special place in the hearts of veterans. During active duty, this was the time they received messages from home and a time to feel loved and appreciated amid trying circumstances.
Elizabethton High School’s recently announced personnel decisions will have a major effect on the school’s athletic programs.
There will be no shortage of books aboard the Betsy Book Bus this summer.
ELIZABETHTON — Chris Berry will take over as the new principal at T.A. Dugger Jr. High School on Monday, replacing Randy Little, who is going back to being a teacher at Elizabethton High School.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton City School System has announced the appointment of Myra Newman to the newly created position of deputy director of schools.
ELIZABETHTON — The results of the latest state report cards is good news for the Elizabethton City School System.
A recent report by the Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability said more needs to be done to protect the state’s students from sexual misconduct by faculty members.
Some local school bus supervisors support new state laws aimed at keeping children safer on their ways to school, but others say the new regulations could make it more difficult to find enough bus drivers to fill routes.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton City School System has announced the promotion of Joey Trent to chief operating officer for the school system. Trent formerly served as director of personnel and technology.
Christy Malone is only teacher on the commission
ELIZABETHTON — What could be a better way to enjoy school on a beautiful Friday afternoon than taking a brisk dip in the cold Watauga River at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park?
ELIZABETHTON — Sometime a school program teaches more than can be learned in a book.
ELIZABETHTON — The three elementary schools in the Elizabethton City School System will be observing Walk and Bike to School Days during the next few weeks.
ELIZABETHTON — Have you ever wanted to communicate your thoughts with local school officials, but wondered if your message would be heard? Now is a good time follow through with that thought.