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Unanimously Approved Motion Paves Way for Increase
07/13/2020
While state funds were taken off the table due to COVID-19 related financial losses, Weakley County teachers will be receiving an increase in pay thanks to a unanimous vote by the County Commissioners.
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Continuous Learning Plan to Ensure Ongoing Instruction
06/24/2020
IF the number of COVID-19 cases in Weakley County lessen, THEN County school children can return on August 3 with relatively few disruptions to their day. IF the number of cases continues to rise, THEN Weakley County Schools will be prepared with options for remote learning including resources to be used within the home and teacher check-ins.
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Weakley County Graduates Net More than $5.7 Million in Scholarships
06/23/2020
Several graduates from Weakley County’s four high schools advancing to further educational opportunities are doing so with the financial support of their communities and the institutions they will attend. The total for scholarship funds issued to graduating seniors is estimated to exceed $5.7 million.
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Top Students Share Wisdom at June 12 Graduation Ceremonies
06/17/2020
For those unable to attend the graduation ceremonies on June 12, here’s a look at the wisdom shared by school valedictorians and salutatorians from each of the four high schools as they addressed their peers and the community.
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Weakley County Schools is home to 10 schools in Northwest Tennessee.  Over 300 innovative educators in the towns of Dresden, Gleason, Greenfield, Martin and Sharon serve over 3,900 students in local community public schools.  Our faculty to student ratio is 1:13. (For school list and more information, click here.)


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