Hamilton County School Board Chooses Dr. Nakia Towns As Interim Superintendent

The Hamilton County School Board Met At A Special Called Meeting Monday Night To Select An Interim Superintendent. Dr. Nakia Towns Was Selected Out Of Three Hamilton County School Administrators Who Applied.

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Hamilton County Superintendent Bryan Johnson Will Join U.S. Xpress

Earlier In The Month, Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson Announced His Plans To Retire From His Position In August. At The Time Of The Announcement, Dr. Johnson Did Not Know Where His Career Would Go Next, But He Is Now Set To Start…

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District 9 Gets Zero Representation Selecting Hamilton County Superintendent

At The Hamilton County School Board Meeting Last Night, The Board Made The Decision To Move Forward With Accepting Applications For Interim Superintendent And Voting On Qualified Candidates To Fill The Position On Monday Without A Representative From District 9.

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Despite Parent’s Protest, Hamilton County School Board Votes To Keep Mask Requirement For Children

Nearly One Hundred Hamilton County Families Showed Up At The School Board Meeting This Past Thursday Night In Protest Of The Mask Requirement That Will Continue Through May 31, 2021.

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COVID-19 And Hamilton County Schools: One Year Later

A Lot Can Happen In A Year. As Of Yesterday, March 16th, It Was One Year Exactly Since Hamilton County Schools Closed Its Doors And Transitioned To Remote Learning For What They Originally Thought Would Only Be Two Weeks Due To The Appearance Of COVID-19 In Tennessee.

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Hamilton County School Students Can Return To School Safely Says COVID Response Lead

HCS Covid Lead Says Schools Can Safely Open And Operate Without Significantly Contributing To The Spread Of The Virus. However, Many Say The Decision To Reopen Schools Came Much Too Late, At The Expense Of Children’s Education, Health And Well-Being.

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Getting Tennessee Kids Back In the Classroom with School Board Member, Rhonda Thurman

Since the school shutdowns began due to the pandemic, learning loss and literacy in children have become hot topics in Tennessee. Reaching for Academic Excellence and Accountability for Teachers has fallen to the wayside, leaving children’s education and futures in question. Many frustrated citizens feel the edicts issued from State and Local Levels are putting children in more danger than the virus ever could. In this interview with Hamilton County School Board District 1 Representative, Rhonda Thurman, we discuss these topics, along with the ineffectiveness of remote learning, actual educational costs, school budgets, school choice and more.

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HCS Supplements Remote Learning With Live PBS Show; Governor and School Board Member Support In-Person Learning

District states that these broadcasts aim to be used to supplement, but not a replacement, for virtual learning. Gov. Lee expresses concern about learning loss associated with kids not receiving in-person learning. Thurman states keeping kids out of school is doing more harm than good.

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Concerned Parents Encouraged To Participate in Town Hall Meeting Tonight About Spring Reentry Plan, Fully Remote Learning

Hamilton County Schools will be holding a Spring Reentry Plan Town Hall Meeting on Zoom tonight (Tuesday the 15th) at 6PM EST.

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