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Audio and Visual (A/V) Production career and technical pathway at Ooltewah High School
The exemplary Audio and Visual (A/V) Production career and technical pathway at Ooltewah High School demonstrates a strong commitment to creating opportunities for all students.
Apr 12
Jamarie Ballard- Spirit of the Sport
In a testament to the spirit and resilience of our students, Tyner Academy's Jamarie Ballard has been honored with the National Federal of State High School Associations National High School Spirit of the Sport Section Award. This prestigious accolade recognizes Jamarie's exceptional character, perseverance, and dedication on and off the field throughout his four years as a student-athlete.
Apr 10
Novice Teachers of the Year
Hamilton County Schools proudly announces three educators have been nominated as Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) Novice Teachers of the Year. Rachel Woodward of Harrison Elementary, Kelsie Anderson of East Lake Academy, and Kari Mays of East Ridge High School have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to education, showcasing the district's commitment to fostering excellence in teaching.
Apr 08
Leadership Announcements 2024-'25
Hamilton County Schools (HCS) welcomes changes to district leadership for the 2024-2025 school year. The newly announced leadership roles include learning community superintendents, principals, charter school coordinator, and human resources business partner.
Apr 05
Otis in the AM- East Hamilton High
East Hamilton launched a new era of their morning announcements Otis in the AM on March 25 with a live recording in their newly redesigned newsroom. With the introduction of cutting-edge audio/visual equipment and a modern newsroom, students now have the opportunity to produce a morning news show and acquire valuable technical a/v and broadcast journalism skills.
Apr 02
Gig City Girls Women's History Month
In celebration of Women's History Month, Gig City Girls is proudly showcasing female graduates from Hamilton County Schools who have made significant strides in IT, computer science, or STEM fields.
Mar 28
Loftis Launch Coffee Shop
Congratulations to Loftis Middle School’s eighth-grade launch class for successfully opening their school coffee shop on Thursday, March 21. The coffee shop project embodies the essence of project-based learning, engaging students in problem-based tasks that foster critical thinking and creativity.
Mar 27
Principal of the Year- Greg Wilkey
Hamilton County Schools proudly recognizes Greg Wilkey, Principal of East Side Elementary, as the 2023-2024 Principal of the Year. Wilkey's commitment to fostering a strong educational foundation for students shines through his leadership.
Mar 19
Mallory Brearey HCS registered dietitian
Mallory Brearey, a registered dietitian with Hamilton County Schools, plays a crucial role in enhancing student nutrition through menu planning, recipe creation, and managing the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. Her dedication provides students access to healthy and flavorful meals that support their development.
Mar 14
Hamilton County Schools Spring Break activities
Looking for some more family fun activities for spring break? Check out the links below for exciting Hamilton County Schools Spring Break activities!
Mar 14
Senior Spotlight- Hassidy Neal
Hassidy Neal, Red Bank High School senior, wins first place in the Tennessee Association of School Librarians (TASL) Bookmark contest.
Mar 12
Rock Point Learning Community "Student of the Month"
The Rock Point Learning Community acknowledges a "Student of the Month" in four categories monthly. This program was initiated by the Rock Point Equity Committee last year to honor students who demonstrate improvement in key areas such as increased attendance, academic achievement, positive work ethic, and enhanced behavior.
Mar 07