Early this year, a ninth-grader at Hamilton County's STEM school was stumped by an algebra homework problem. So he went online to pose a question to his teacher.
Local schools welcomed increased police presence, reviewed safety protocol and kept more doors than usual locked on Monday.
Woodmore Elementary School Principal Cheri Grant heard about a statewide "Teacher of the Week" competition, and she immediately thought of one person to nominate: Zena Buckley, a first-year guidance counselor at her school.
Gunfire that erupted following high school basketball games the past two weekends has prompted Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith to order additional security in some gymnasiums starting tonight.
Pieces of a nearly decade-old middle school reform effort will live on, thanks to a grant of more than $1 million.
Hamilton County Schools should move from reactive to proactive when coping with population growth across the county, school officials said Tuesday.
Melinda Martin has big plans for the Central High School library.
To build community buy-in, Blake Freeman organized a parent work day at the end of summer to help spruce up the campus of Soddy-Daisy Middle School.
The tables in the Ooltewah High School cafeteria are empty. "Just wait," said Taylor Lamunyon, a senior who is helping with the high school's Great Turkey Race this year. "I bet these tables will be overflowing with cans before we're done."
Hamilton County Schools now can hold students responsible for cyberbullying that occurs off school campuses.
Federal and state investigators are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest for a Sept. 17 fire at Loftis Middle School.
By most accounts, it's not easy to become a National Board Certified teacher.
Hamilton County Schools will no longer invite family and community members to school cafeterias for holiday meals.
Even though they're in the shade, the four high school boys are sweating as they work out on a hill at Chester Frost Park. Two minutes of pushups, two minutes of sit ups, tire lifts.
Students and teachers will get a few more hours together next year as Hamilton County Schools administrators look to pack three more instructional days into the 2013-14 school calendar.