There could be yet another change of plans for Johnson City’s middle-grade schools.
It’s not often that you get to meet the animal that produces your food.
Johnson City Schools was among the top 10 districts in math and English, according to the Tennessee Department of Education’s Thursday report on spring 2019 TNReady state assessment results.
The Johnson City Board of Education Superintendent’s Compensation Committee met Tuesday to recommend extending Superintendent Steve Barnett’s contract another year.
Johnson City school officials learned that no water sources on school campuses tested above acceptable levels of lead under state standards, according to a statement released Friday.
Charles Carter is a longtime Spanish teacher at Science Hill High School who oversees the Youth Ambassadors Program, which has welcomed students from Latin American countries to Science Hill since 2004.
Hours after the district’s first abbreviated day of school, the Johnson City Board of Education met for its first monthly meeting of the school year Monday evening.
Johnson City Schools’ Maintenance Director Joe Barnes likes to joke around with people who ask what he and the maintenance crew do over the summer.
Johnson City Schools held its Welcome Back In-Service program Thursday morning at Grace Fellowship Church, welcoming staff, administrators and teachers back to begin a new school year.
A lot of work goes into preparing for the first day of classes, according to Towne Acres Elementary School Principal Josh Simmons.
Johnson City Schools’ teachers, principals and staff, along with Superintendent Dr. Steve Barnett, will welcome students back on Monday, Aug. 5 with an abbreviated day.
A ceremony to celebrate the inaugural class of the Johnson City Schools Hall of Fame will be held at Science Hill High School on Saturday, August 24 at 2 p.m. The group of 20 individuals will also be honored during halftime of the Science Hill home football game on Friday, August 23.
Johnson City Schools has placed three new assistant principals at Lake Ridge Elementary, Mountain View Elementary and North Side Elementary for the 2019-2020 school year. Johnson City Schools Superintendent Dr. Steve Barnett announced the appointment of Lucretia Stephens (Lake Ridge), Yecenia “Jesse” Cigarroa (Mountain View) and Dr. Aaron Wood (Fairmont).
As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, teachers are looking to keep up and find new ways to enhance student learning.
Tennessee students are among the most likely in the nation to take drugs in high school, according to a recent report from Project Know analyzing Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance data.