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Kelsey Boyd-Thompson
Kelsey Boyd-Thompson, a remarkable 2024 graduate of Ooltewah High School, used her senior research capstone to explore a pressing community need and evaluate the intricate relationship between socioeconomic factors, diet quality, and nutritional availability.
May 17
Principal Lindsay Starnes
Clifton Hills Elementary School Principal Lindsay Starnes is an excellent example of how using personalization and unique needs of students to drive positive, innovative supports can increase learning outcomes for students.
May 14
Teacher Appreciation Week- Reggie Jackson
Hamilton County Schools is celebrating Reggie Jackson during Teacher Appreciation Week for his outstanding contributions to Brainerd High School. A proud alum from the class of 2003, Jackson has returned to his roots as a first-year teacher, instructing Physical Education (PE), Wellness, and coaching basketball.
May 10
Teacher Appreciation Week- JuNichia Smith-Rock
JuNichia Smith-Rock, a dedicated first-grade teacher at Wolftever Creek Elementary, is being celebrated during Teacher Appreciation Week for her remarkable 14-year teaching journey at Hamilton County Schools
May 09
Teacher Appreciation Week - Sonal Patel
Sonal Patel, a passionate and dedicated first-year English as a New Language (ENL) teacher at East Lake Elementary, is making a significant impact on the lives of her students every day through connection and community. Her dedication and commitment to teaching comprehension, vocabulary, and critical thinking skills, she helps young students overcome language barriers and embrace English as a new language.
May 08
EPB ArtSpark Goes to School Highlights Student Creativity and Beautifies Chattanooga
The latest class of EPB’s ArtSpark Goes to School now has their creations displayed on 12 utility boxes across Chattanooga and Hamilton County. This is the sixth group of Hamilton County School students to be selected out of a competitive submission and judging process.
May 08
Teacher Appreciation Week- Megan Phillips
Megan Phillips, Exceptional Education educator at Sale Creek Middle High School, lives out the Hamilton County Schools vision for creating opportunities by design for all students through nurturing limitless futures for students with unique strengths and challenges.
May 07
Teacher Appreciation Week- Caitlin Ellico
Caitlin Ellico, a dedicated educator at Red Bank Elementary School, embodies the district's commitments through her admirable approach to teaching and student engagement.
May 06
HCS Superintendent, Dr. Justin Robertson, Hosts 41st Annual Superintendent’s Honors Banquet
amilton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Justin Robertson hosted the 41st Annual Superintendent's Honors Banquet on Thursday, May 2, 2024, at the Chattanooga Convention Center. The Superintendent's Honors Banquet recognizes the Top 10% of each high school in the district's graduating class.
May 03
CSAS wins $410,000 grant through EPB partnership with TVA
Through a partnership with EPB, Chattanooga School for the Arts & Sciences (CSAS), has been selected to win grant of $410,000 from the TVA EnergyRight® School Uplift program. The funding includes $400,000 for building energy upgrades along with a $10,000 Learning Environment Grant to make non-energy improvements by engaging students and faculty.
May 02
Hamilton County EMS to Partner with Hixson High School on Emergency Medicine Career Pathway
Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp and Superintendent Justin Robertson today announced Hamilton County Schools’ first ‘pipeline partnership’ with Hamilton County Emergency Medical Service (HCEMS). This partnership provides students in Hixson High School’s Health Science career and technical program with hands-on training to become a paramedic and an opportunity to earn a job with HCEMS upon graduation.
Apr 30
Earth Day 2024- School Gardens
On Saturday, April 20, volunteers of all ages—parents, students, teachers, and community members—came together for an event that seamlessly combined the joy of collective effort and the pride of making a tangible difference by developing and creating outdoor student spaces at Red Bank Elementary School (RBES) and Clifton Hills Elementary School. The goal was clear: to transform an empty plot of land at Clifton Hills Elementary and transform an old garden at Red Bank Elementary into thriving gardens that would offer both aesthetic beauty and educational opportunities for years to come.
Apr 24