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Board of Education Meeting moved to 6/28 The June Board of Education Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m. This is eight days later than it is normally held. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope that you will be able ... Read More
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What's Working: Camp Read-A-Lot Students in the three Elizabethton City Schools will take a love for reading into the summer thanks to “Camp Read-A-Lot”. Read More
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Big Lots supports Elizabethton schools at Grand Opening Friday's Grand Opening of Big Lots on West Elk Avenue was more than a day for guests to tour the new location, it was an opportunity for Big Lots leaders to show their support for local schools. ... Read More
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HME Honors Day Congratulations to all who were recognized at Honors Day and to our graduating 5th graders. We are proud of all that you have accomplished and can't wait to see you succeed at T. A. Dugger! Read More
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Elizabethton City Schools launches new websites Elizabethton City Schools is launching new websites for the district and each school on Thursday, May 25, which could take up to 48 hours to publish. This is part of a district-wide effort to better ... Read More
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Learning doesn't stop after TCAPs Dr. Ruth Granadozo, a professor from the ETSU Early Childhood Education department, brought her ramps and pathways presentation to Mrs. Maness's fourth grade class. The activity promoted ... Read More
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18,584 books read, principals in sticky situation Our HME students know how to meet a challenge and have fun! They read 18,584 Accelerated Reader books and over 63.5 million words during the course of the 2016-17 year, and we are so proud of them. Read More
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Kindergarten schedule to extend to full day 2017-18 Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, kindergartners in Elizabethton City Schools will no longer let out early. This is part of a strategy to increase instruction time and to improve early literacy. ... Read More
EHS Nurse Wendy Wright and student Cameron Coleman communicate with Cindy Nave, an FNP with First Assist Urgent Care.
Elizabethton schools ready to help sick and injured children For the parents of children enrolled in the Elizabethton City School System, the answer is the same as it is for a growing number of other school systems in the region: the Niswonger Virtual Health ... Read More
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Pep Rally to Kick Off TCAPs To help get students and teachers in the right mindset for testing, Assistant Principal Penny Nave and a few fifth grade students led a pep rally today. Who's gonna rock the test? HME is gonna ... Read More
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Show Choir and Recorder Concert Pictures Our fourth and fifth grade recorder concert held Tuesday, April 11, was a success! We thank all families and community members who came out to support our students for the morning and evening shows Read More
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Ms. Webb awarded funding for classroom supplies Congratulations to 2nd grade teacher Ms. Leslie Webb, for receiving two grants and funding from DonorsChoose.org in one year! With more than $1,500, she purchased a rug, furniture and many ... Read More