21st Century to provide PT services
The Knoxville School Board approved an agreement with 21st Century Rehab to provide physical therapy/sports medicine services to athletes. The move comes after the company previously awarded this work informed the district it was unable to fulfill the obligation.
No races in school board elections
The candidates for the 2013 School Board Election have been named, and there is no competition in any of Marion County's school board races.
Estes to perform in new auditorium
Knoxville Schools Superintendent Randy Flack just announced that internationally acclaimed opera star Simon Estes will perform in Knoxville's new auditorium on Dec. 1.
Board discusses athletics budget deficit
As reported, Knoxville Schools saw a deficit between revenues and expenses in its athletics budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013. The district had issues with debt years ago, and are concerned about returning to such a problem.
Slideshow: Board tours auditorium, discusses fees
The new completion date for the Knoxville Performing Arts Center is Aug. 5. At Wednesday's regular school board meeting, board members took another look inside after discussing potential policies and fees associated with the new facility.
Filing for School Board Elections begins July 8
The regular school board election will be held on Sept. 10, and the filing period to get on the ballot begins July 8 and runs through Aug. 1.
Video: West Elementary balloon launch
Summer school students at West Elementary took part in a balloon launch Thursday morning.
- Crew earns AIB Scholarship Calli Crew of Knoxville has been selected to receive a full-tuition Founder's Scholarship upon her enrollment in the Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management major at AIB College of Business. To be eligible for a Founder's Scholarship, students must
End-of-year celebration has Christmas theme
Knoxville School District staff members marked the end of the 2012-13 year with a Christmas-themed celebration this afternoon.
Video: TAG donates to Grand Theater
Knoxville Middle School's Talented and Gifted (TAG) students raised $509 during their fun day. They chose to donate the money to the Grand Theater Foundation.
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