School counselors and administrators from 17 different school districts in East Tennessee converged on Science Hill on Tuesday, as the First Tennessee Core office hosted a collaborative conference to discuss the new Tennessee Comprehensive School Counseling Model of Practice.
Only high school students will have to take the online version of the TNReady assessment next year after encountering issues in the spring, the state announced Thursday.
Just because the school year is over, that doesn’t mean that Johnson City Schools’ students aren’t still turning pages.
After more than 35 years on the Johnson City Schools Board of Education, Thomas Hager Jr. was honored last month as Tennessee School Board Member of the year.
A recently-released report from Education Next indicated that things could be looking up in the world of Tennessee state testing.
T.R. Dunn is finishing his fifth year as a member of the transportation team and he said that he has thoroughly enjoyed his experiences.
As Science Hill High School seniors get set to graduate on May 26, students such as Elizabeth Treece, speaker for the Class of 2018, have been reflecting on their time in high school and their plans for the future.
One of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly’s final actions was the passage of legislation that holds teachers and students harmless
Updated May 19, 2018 at 6:29 PM
Science Hill High School has been named among the top high schools in the state, according to rankings released by the U.S. News & World Report this week.
Two educators with nearly 80 years of education experience between them will officially retire from the Johnson City Schools district by the end of June.
In their first budget workshop of the year with city commissioners, the Johnson City Board of Education requested $240,000 in safety enhancements, $1.25 million for capital needs and $1.52 million for operations.
After finishing in 12th-place at last year’s Bristol Motor Speedway Solar Go-Kart Challenge endurance race, Science Hill High School students hoped for a stronger showing this year after making modifications to their solar-powered go-karts.
The Johnson City Board of Education met for a special session Thursday morning to discuss action on the 2018-19 school year budget.
Johnson City Schools Superintendent Dr. Steve Barnett announced on Thursday morning that Dr. Donna Morgan has been named the new principal for Liberty Bell Middle School.
Johnson City Schools is happy to announce the hiring of two elementary school principals. Carolyn “Renee” Wood will take over at Lake Ridge Elementary and Richard Hutson at Cherokee Elementary for the 2018-2019 school year.