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Building and Grounds
Jay Walker Thursday April 27, 2017

The Warren County Commission's Building and Grounds Committee will meet Thursday to review applications for the Administrative Building custodian position.
The meeting will begin at 5pm at the Administrative Building.

 


School Board
Jay Walker Thursday April 27, 2017

The Warren County School Board will meet Thursday night at the Central Office.
The board will receive the Director of Schools' operations report and reports from committees.
The board meeting will be immediately following the committee meeting at 5pm.

 


WCHS Scholarship Night
Jay Walker Thursday April 27, 2017

Over three million dollars in scholarships was awarded Tuesday night at the annual Scholarship Night at Warren County High School. The total included over $148,000 in local scholarships. Over $1.6 million in HOPE scholarships were awarded.
Of the 420 seniors who signed up for Tennessee Promise, 287 are still eligible and enrolled.
Also, 29 seniors scored 29 or higher on the ACT, with one senior scoring a perfect 36 on the test.

 


Sign Language Bill Passes
AP Thursday April 27, 2017

The Tennessee Legislature has passed a measure that allows students to take American Sign Language and get credit for their foreign language requirements.
Sen. Becky Massey, a Republican from Knoxville who sponsored the Senate Bill, said Tennessee passed a law allowing kids to take ASL for credit back in the early '90s. But Massey said lawmakers never made sure it got implemented. She said the new bill assures that it will.
Massey said there are approximately 500,000 Tennesseans who are deaf or hard of hearing and many use ASL to communicate.
The bill still has to be signed by the governor.

 


McMinnville Board
Jay Walker Wednesday April 26, 2017

The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday night approved a resolution to accept the bid from Porter Roofing for the replacement of the Wastewater Treatment Plant roof. The bid was in the amount of $27,294.
In other business, the board approved an ordinance to amend the municipal code as it pertains to storm water management.

 

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