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Representatives Enjoy Week of Learning and Friendship Building
06/27/2022
“Life-changing” gets tossed around as a descriptor for numerous student-focused programs. While organizers may wish it to be so, fulfilling that promise is not always realized. However, a few conversations with recent participants in Tennessee Boys and Girls State suggests that either due to lessons learned or friendships formed, the American Legion-sponsored weeks on government continue to live up to the commitment.
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MES Summer Scholars Add Economic Development and Compassion to Curriculum
06/24/2022
An ice cream and lemonade “food truck” festival made for a cool conclusion to four weeks of heated learning at Martin Elementary as the state-mandated and Weakley County Schools-customized-and-crafted Summer Scholars program ended.
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Choice Boards Reward Reading
06/06/2022
Summer break can result in a summer slump when school opens again in the fall. In an effort to keep students engaged this summer, reading coach April Fishel created Reading Choice Boards.
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Martin Middle Takes Top Spots in First County Academic Quiz Bowl
05/05/2022
With questions ranging from Who is the yellow sponge that lives under the sea? to Name the four newest chemical elements and what device is used to synthesize them, academic prowess was on display at the county’s first Academic Quiz Bowl on May 3.
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Weakley County Schools is home to 10 schools in Northwest Tennessee.  More than 300 innovative educators in the towns of Dresden, Gleason, Greenfield, Martin and Sharon serve nearly 4,000 students in local community public schools.  Our faculty to student ratio is 1:19. (For school list and more information, click here.)

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