CROSSVILLE — Crossville Hearts, a local homeschoolers co-op, meets each Friday at Oak Hill Baptist Church for enrichment classes. One of the classes offered to students this semester was a yo-yo class conducted by Isaac Parris. On Dec. 7, students participated in a yo-yo tournament. The winners were: Sport ladder — Caleb Erickson, first place; William Smith, Austin Beaty and Willie Hale, second place; and Mark Young, third place; Longest Spin — Jonathan Wilson, first place, and Willie Hale, second place; Friction Sticks — Peyton Scott, first place. Crossville Hearts thanks William Smith for assisting during the class and congratulates the winners.
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Fuel Up to Play at Crab Orchard
Crab Orchard Elementary's Fuel Up To Play 60 jump rope team recently hosted a healthy breakfast for the staff and teachers at the school.
Making a Prom Promise
Students at both CCHS and SMHS were provided with an opportunity to sign a pledge not to drink and drive on their prom night.
Registration is under way for Wilderness First Responder course
Roane State Community College’s Continuing Healthcare Education Department is accepting sign-ups for its Wilderness First Responder course May 13-20.
Students honored by Kids on the Rise
Kids on the Rise (KOTR) held their first student recognition luncheon recently to honor all of the students in the KOTR program. In addition, two scholarship awards were passed out to students who have completed high school and been a part of the KOTR program for at least four years. The luncheon was held at the Art Circle Public Library through a grant from Volunteer Energy Cooperative’s VECustomers Share program. KOTR gratefully acknowledges VEC’s warm support.
Students take aim in archery tourney
Crab Orchard Elementary recently hosted the 2013 National Archery in the Schools Program County Archery Tournament with over 80 participants competing for individual honors.
Roane State commencement set May 10-11
Roane State Community College will hold commencement ceremonies on May 10-11.
Crossville Lions Club honors G.O.O.D. students
The Crossville Lions Club recognized the recipients of the G.O.O.D. (Going On Or Defeated) Award at a dinner in their honor on April 9, 2013.
Dowlen awarded TCDEA Scholarship
Janet Dowlen, soil conservationist with the Cumberland County Soil Conservation District, was recently awarded the Tennessee Conservation District Employees Association’s O’Bryan/Franks Memorial Scholarship.
- SMHS to host Battle of the Bands
Jet Theatrix present Seussical, Jr.
The CCHS Advanced Choir and Jet Theatrix Drama Clubs have teamed up and are proud to announced their spring musical, Seussical, Jr. Performance dates are Thursday through Sunday, May 2-5 at 7 p.m. with Sunday's performance at 3 p.m.
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