Ten students from Korea Christian University in Seoul, Korea, visited Freed-Hardeman University over a span of three weeks. The students attended classes related to their majors, spent time in the dorms and took a day trip to Memphis.
The Junior High Student Health Council recently presented a check for $100 to the American Heart Association.
Andrew Creech, a junior at Chester County High School, has been accepted to attend University of Tennessee’s Governor’s School for Engineering this summer.
Congratulations go out to Mrs. Sheila Watkins. Mrs. Watkins was named as the WBBJ-TV “Educator of the Week!”
In kindergarten, students have been learning about bees and flower facts. Students have been learning about the letter B and the letter F. Students also learned about dental health.
Students at Jacks Creek Elementary School are celebrating Read Across America Week in honor of Dr. Seuss. Friday will be favorite book character day.
It’s time to brag on some West Chester kiddos! The top Ticket to Read Workers right now are: Kindergarten-Aden McMullin, Trinity Dotson, and Brandt Turner, First Grade- Tyler Skelton, Jordan Friend, Andrae Joy, and Isacc Stafford, and Second Grade-Jena Melton, Amanda Watson, Preston Sutherland, and Peyton Griswell. Keep on reading!
Eight Freed-Hardeman University students presented papers at the Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council Conference Feb. 22 in Memphis.
Freed-Hardeman University music instructor Sarah Burns participated on the program of the 2014 Joint Regional Conference of The College Music Society Southern Chapter and MidAtlantic Chapter and The Association of Technology in Music Instruction.
Freed-Hardeman University’s Dr. Richard England will perform at Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville Saturday, March 22.
A proposal by Freed-Hardeman University’s Dr. Sharen Cypress has been accepted for presentation at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education.
The Chester County band programs will present a day of fun and entertainment with hope to also raise funds for the operation of the bands. The occasion will be their first Fun Day Fair to take place April 26 at Chester County High School.