It is an annual tradition at Ezell-Harding Christian School. We’re talking about the vocabulary parade. The parade was held Friday and featured elementary and pre-k students dress up as a favorite vocabulary word and have a parade in front of the middle and high school students, as well as teachers, parents and others. Well done kids!
Students must meet specific requirements for academic grades and standardized test scores in order to qualify for entrance into an academic magnet school. Metro Schools has released the revised entrance requirements for academic magnet schools due to the cancellation of TCAP standardized testing for the 2015-16 school year.
Word on the street is that Community Health Systems is for sale, and yes, that is Antioch news. CHS is currently building a sprawling facility in Antioch that, when complete, will be 240,000 square-feet and employ about 2,000 people. For more on the possibility that the company may be sold, see this article in the Nashville Business Journal. Continue Reading →
Tennessee consumers are feeling much less positive about the economy headed into fall and prefer GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to address economic issues, according to the latest statewide consumer survey results from Middle Tennessee State University.
There is a shining example of academic collaboration taking place in Antioch. Students from Antioch Middle Prep visited Cane Ridge High School Wednesday to learn about Cane Ridge’s student ambassador program. The young students received a crash course in how Cane Ridge conducts tours of its facility. Thursday, the Cane Ridge ambassadors will visit Antioch Middle to help that school’s ambassadors create their own tours. Continue Reading →
Well, it was a grand experiment. Tuesday night, AntiochTenn.com live streamed the monthly CNAP meeting to its readers with a couple hundred watching. About 45 minutes in our phone overheated, but if you want to check out the bulk of the meeting, click on this link. Continue Reading →