Two Chester County High School students were nominated for and attended the WestStar RisingStar Leadership Summit held at the University of Tennessee at Martin on Nov. 21-22. Brandon Jones and Brendan Clayton received the recommendation of their teachers for their leadership skills.
On the cold morning of Nov. 26, 77 exhausted CCHS BETA students sat in their chairs in a ballroom at the Opryland Hotel. Nerves began to sink in as the current BETA state president walked to the microphone to announce the new BETA state president.
The Miss Junior Henderson pageant will be held at 7 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 7 at Williams Auditorium. All proceeds benefit the student council. I hope you’ll make plans to attend this fundraiser and see so many of our beautiful ladies!
School is back in session after a much needed break! There are nearly three full weeks to fill our heads with knowledge and ideas before our Christmas break, which I’m sure will also be much needed!
The Lora Laycook Preschool, which has been operated by Freed-Hardeman University for more than three decades, will close its doors for good on Dec. 31.
Chester County Junior High students are cleaning up the environment and earning money for their school. By simply collecting Capri Sun® drink pouches, these students can win playgrounds, park benches and recycling bins for their school or community.
The Peoples Bank has announced they are sponsoring a Christmas Ornament Decorating Contest in kindergarten and first-grade classes.
The University of Memphis announced that it will not recommend or support a tuition increase for 2014-15.