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Norris Librarian earns state certification

The Tennessee State Library and Archives and Secretary of State Tre Hargett recognize Jenny Heffron, with the Norris Community Library, who recently graduated from the Tennessee Public Library Management Program with her Public Library Management certification.

“The Tennessee Public Library Management Program equips local librarians with management, leadership, and partnership building skills, so they can better serve their communities,” Hargett said. “This certification is a significant milestone for Ms. Heffron and the Norris Community Library.”

This year, 22 librarians across the state graduated from the program as certified public library managers.

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Students of the Month at Fairview Elementary


November Students of the Month for Fairview Elementary, front row from left: Drake Mendenhall, Parker Zaruba, Annabella Ellis, Sadie Warwick, Kindell Feazell, Cooper Randolph, Lulu Mubarak; Back row from left: Mason Wells, Emmalea Brummett, Drew Swartz, Annabelle Mubarak, Cody Dulin, Isabella Whitt, Audi Barker, Dakota Fordham

Moore represented senior class at MC homecoming


Cameron Moore
Cameron Moore, a senior from Clinton, was selected as one of the representatives of the senior class during Maryville College’s Homecoming festivities on Oct. 19. Candidates are nominated by students in their respective classes, with the entire student body selecting the Homecoming royalty through an election. A 2016 graduate of Clinton School, Moore is a biology major at Maryville College. Other senior candidates included Jordan Muse of Decatur, Ga.; Aaron Solomon of Katy, Texas; Maria Vanegas of Kingston, Tenn.; Kelley Wandell of Clinton, Tenn.; Kyle Riddle of Huntersville, N.C.; Sydelle Young of Chattanooga, Tenn; and Hayley Jeffers of Huntsville, Tenn.

There is so much to be thankful for

Hawk Talk


Hawks deliver a message of thanks to Director of Schools Tim Parrott.
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Hawks serve others during Thanksgiving Break

By Hawk Talk staff

Last Monday, instead of sleeping in, a cast of service-minded Hawks got out around town to serve others for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Led by Hawk staff members Nicole Patalano, Lisa Clark, Jan Smith, and choir director Elizabeth Myers, these Hawks met to fit people with scarves, gloves, and coats as they served hot chocolate, cider, and coffee along with snacks.

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