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The students of Bridgeforth Middle School who have qualified to be named on the school’s first nine-week honor roll for the 2021-22 academic year are:

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Richland School’s November Students of the Month are (front row, from left) Jack Randall, Angela Velazquez, Rebecca Rosacia, Gray Ferguson, Wyatt Journey, (back row) Bryce Miller, Kennedy Sanders, Fritzly Hewitt, Chloe Green, Mathus Hale and Breea Gilbert.   Submitted

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Richland Elementary School’s October Students of the Month are (back row, from left) second grader Kase Killen, third grader Katherine Chiappe, fifth grader Brendan Hale, fourth grader Silas Dean, first grader Naksh Patel; (front row) pre-kindergartner Alex Johnson and (not pictured) kinderg…

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Richland School’s October Students of the Month are (seated, from left) Abbi Harmon, Kaleigh Zentz, Laura Jett, Jennifer Brymer, Jordan Stacy, (standing) Taylor Scott, Adella Hustrulid, Grace Hewgley, Brad Sellars, Gage Kirk and Ava Shrader.   RS / Submitted

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Richland Elementary School’s September Students of the Month are (from left, back row) fifth grader Haley Keathley, fourth grader Jayden Duke, third grader Emma Gulley, (front row) second grader Makaveli Burwell, kindergartner Haydon Bryant, pre-kindergartner Hollis Journey and (not pictured…

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The 2021 recipients of the Ray Holt and Trent Holt Memorial Scholarships are congratulated by members of the Holt family. Celebrating are (above, from left) Lydia Barnickle, Linda Holt, Leigh Ann Holt, recipients — Gage Gibson, Heath Herd, Brooklyn Matthews, Coleman Siniard, Jasmine McCullom…

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Recently receiving undergraduate degrees from UT Martin were: Johnny Warren Bachus III, Emma Tamsin Bub, Sarah Grey Hawk, Brian Dwayne Dodge, all of Pulaski; and Crocket Dean Gibson of Prospect.

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Giles County Director of Schools Dr. Vickie Beard shared the results of the recent stakeholder poll regarding COVID-19 safety precautions with the School Board at its monthly meeting last week.

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Editor’s Note: The following is a clarification of an article printed in this week’s edition of the PULASKI CITIZEN concerning Dress Code Policy changes by the Giles County Board of Education. The PULASKI CITIZEN apologizes for any inaccurate or unclear information in the article and any inc…

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July 1, 2021, was a historic day in Giles County as Martin Methodist College (MMC) merged with The University of Tennessee System and became UT Southern, the University System’s fourth institution.

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Parent Victoria Hayes spoke to the Giles County Board of Education recently, addressing her concerns about the efforts the school system is taking to protect students during the ongoing COVID pandemic.  

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While Giles County officials would like the school system to use its own sources of funding for its initial $12.7 million school renovations and upgrades project, the county commission’s Budget Committee is recommending the full commission commit to keeping the school system’s fund balance a…

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The Giles County Board of Education held its monthly work session Sept. 23, at which they heard updates on data from the Spring 2021 state testing and responded to public concerns about the health and safety of students during the ongoing pandemic.

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Tobie Adair of Pulaski has been offered the Austin Peay Promise Scholarship for high-achieving transfer students for the fall 2021 semester.

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Richland School’s September Students of the Month are (in no particular order) seniors, Lane Perkins, Ella Brady; sophomores, Lex Greene, Sara Woodard; freshmen, Blaine Woodard, Shelby Higgins; eighth grader Cody Baker; seventh grader Camron Stinett; sixth grader Lilly Lancaster; and (not pi…

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American Legion Post 60 salutes its Girls State and Boys State delegates along with members of the Post 60 baseball team at a dinner hosted at the Post Home Aug. 12. Representing the Legion were (ascending) Courtlyn Gilliam, RHS; Kylie Hendricks, GCHS; Jase Derryberry, baseball team; Jacob J…

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Bridgeforth Middle School’s Asia Whitehead is crowned Homecoming Queen by former Queen Bailee Hollis. Whitehead was escorted by Daishaun Howard.   BMS / Submitted

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Phi chapter Delta Kappa Gamma initiates Jennifer Stout and Sarah Young Carroll. Celebrating are (from left) special guest TNSO President Beverly Hall-Maughan, Stout, Carroll and Phi Chapter President Jennifer Young Hood.   Submitted

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Richland Elementary School’s August 2021 Students of the Month are (back row, from left) third grader Teddy Rifkin, fourth grader Kylie Jo Kennedy, kindergartner Dakota Dunavant, fifth grader Tenley Rose, (front row) pre-kindergartner Harrison Clem, first grader Avery Landry and (not picture…

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More than 40 members of the Giles County High School Band of Gold attend the annual Band Camp July 19-23. Band members worked through record temperatures from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily as students learned the choreography and music for their new show, “Phoenix Rising.”   Submitted

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Pulaski Exchange Club members (from left) Tish Lochridge, Sylvia Harrison and Joe Young congratulate Hope Drake for her selection as the club’s 2019-20 Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award winner. The award goes to a student in Giles County who has overcome much adversity in life.   P…

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School buses run once more on the streets of Giles County, ferrying children into another school year as schools reopen for an abbreviated first day Aug. 2. As buses roll and morning and afternoon traffic increases, drivers are reminded to exercise caution in and around school zones, watch f…

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Much has been made of the challenges that have faced students and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. The shift to remote learning and shortened school days was difficult for many families, forcing students to adapt to virtual school on the fly as their parents adjusted to working f…

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Pulaski Exchange Club’s Accepting the Challenge of Excellence (ACE) Award is presented to Giles County High Grad Hayley Rutledge. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded alternately to a GCHS or Richland senior each year who overcomes difficulties in life to succeed. Rutledge plans to attend Colum…

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