CHS Competition Cheerleaders Honored by Board of Education
The Chattooga County School Board recently unanimously approved the hiring of a retired local education legend, Melvin Mosley. Mr. Mosley was hired as a Graduation Interventionist at Chattooga High School. This is a new allotment and will be 49% position and will begin 11/27/2018.
Chattooga High School FFA Jr. Agricultural Mechanics team members Caden Smith and William Elrod were recognized at the recent Chattooga County Board of Education...
Red Tsunami hits Chattooga County
The student leadership team from Lyerly School thanked the Board of Education for the new gymnasium at last Thursday's Board of Education meeting. The...
Chattooga County Schools' Teachers of the Year were recognized at the October Board of Education meeting. The teachers selected for 2019-2020 school year are...
For the Chattooga County school system, safety is viewed through the eyes of a former Marine Corps Colonel. Superintendent Jim Lenderman spent the better part of three decades protecting Marines and now, he is putting that experience and knowledge to use in protecting the students he oversees.
During the 2017-18 school year, dozens of CTAE students have been recognized at the state level for various accomplishments.
The Chattooga County School District Board of Education recognized the Food Service staffs at every school in the system, as they ALL recently scored 100% on their Health Inspections.
The Chattooga County Board of Education recognized the School Resource Officers at the May meeting as part of their National Police Appreciation Week Resolution.
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