Wilson County Schools and Lebanon Special School District each received top scores from the Tennessee Department of Education’s TN Ready value-added assessment released Thursday.
A state Department of Education report released Wednesday showed both Wilson County Schools and Lebanon Special School District significantly trailed the state average in educator diversity and when compared to student diversity in the two districts.
State education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced Tuesday the 31 teachers and six testing coordinators who will serve as the inaugural group of TNReady ambassadors.
As the new school year approaches, both Lebanon and Wilson County schools are ready to make the upcoming year successful for students, parents, teachers and staff.
The Lebanon Special School District Board of Education approved its budget Thursday for the upcoming school year, as well as leadership changes at Walter J. Baird Middle School and Winfree Bryant Middle School.
It was a close competition this year among some talented fourth- and fifth-grade students. Castle Heights and Byars Dowdy elementary schools were in the lead after the 50- and 100-yard events, but Sam Houston Elementary School snuck up and dominated with only two indoor events remaining.
The Lebanon Special School District revised its attendance policy to include tier-based attendance at its meeting Monday morning.
Hundreds of families made their way to Don Fox Park on Wednesday for the Lebanon Special School District’s Neon Bus Party.
Two new assistant principals were hired at Castle Heights Elementary School and Walter J. Baird Middle School, Lebanon Special School District officials said Wednesday.
The Lebanon Special School District will hold its second annual Neon Bus Party on Wednesday from noon until 2:30 p.m. at Don Fox Community Park.
Summer is sizzling and so is the food at the Neon Remix and Neon Bus mobile cafes.
Wilson County Schools and the Lebanon Special School District added several students during the past school year as district leaders prepare for future growth.
Lebanon Special School District officials recently announced new principals for Walter J. Baird and Winfree Bryant middle schools.
The Lebanon Special School District Board of Education honored its paraprofessionals and teachers of the year Monday during its monthly meeting, and also discussed growth and state testing.
Andy Hendricks with the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security spoke to parents Wednesday night at Winfree Bryant Middle School about internet safety.