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The Leader-Herald
Coming Home: Area high schools celebrate homecoming"For me, it's a time for everyone to come back and visit. It's where you grew u
Coming Home: Area high schools celebrate homecoming
The Leader-Herald / Posted 5 days ago
"For me, it's a time for everyone to come back and visit. It's where you grew up and come back to. The kids are just starting this journey and when they go away this is why they will want to come back," Johnstown school board president Scott Miller... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
Talking tests: TN education commissioner to meet with Knox Co. teachersA group of Knox County teachers next week will speak one-on-one with the state'
Talking tests: TN education commissioner to meet with Knox Co. teachers
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 9 days ago
A group of Knox County teachers next week will speak one-on-one with the state's top education leader and the company that makes Tennessee’s new standardized tests. State Education Commissioner Candice McQueen will host a private roundtable... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Knox schools official pleads guilty to using school credit card for online gamblingKNOXVILLE — A former Knox County Schools supervisor accused of using his distri
Knox schools official pleads guilty to using school credit card for online gambling
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
KNOXVILLE — A former Knox County Schools supervisor accused of using his district-issued credit card to place online gambling bets pleaded guilty Wednesday to theft over $10,000, according to the District Attorney General's Office. Roger Underwood,... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
PolitiKnox Insider: Elevator speech, anyone?Age, character and claustrophobia? Knox County Schools has its Central Offices
PolitiKnox Insider: Elevator speech, anyone?
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
Age, character and claustrophobia? Knox County Schools has its Central Offices in the Andrew Johnson building, an 18-story former hotel in downtown Knoxville. On the south end of Gay Street, it's among the area's tallest buildings, but removed from... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Longtime Knox County Schools HR director gets $75K severance, had no HR backgroundThe longtime Knox County Schools human resources director who retired last mont
Longtime Knox County Schools HR director gets $75K severance, had no HR background
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
The longtime Knox County Schools human resources director who retired last month did so after agreeing to a $75,000 severance package and signing a nondisclosure agreement, records show. A review of her personnel file also showed that Kathy Sims,... Read more

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