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MJ one of first to get 1Gig speed
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mt. Juliet residents now have access to the fastest internet in the nation thanks to TDS. 

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City leaders discuss new Providence developments
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mt. Juliet City Commissioners, planning commissioners, and city officials sat down Thursday at the Holiday Inn Express to discuss upcoming growth in the Providence area. 

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School board talk block scheduling, dress code
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright talked of going to a 4x4 modified block scheduling for the 2015-16 school year. 

“It maximizes student opportunities and for our teachers as well,” said Wright. 

Wright said it would be no less than 75-minute classes, and bell-to-bell instruction. The break would allow for intervention and enrichment time as well. 

Wright said under the current 7-period plan, students could only get to pre-calculus because of only being able to take one math class a year. In the modified 4x4, a student could exit with Calculus I and II completed. Wilson Central High School Principal Pat Suddarth was in the audience for the meeting, and was in support of the return. 

“It’s more manageable,” said Suddarth. 

The school board also discussed the dress code. The item had been deferred a few times because of some language that needed to be cleaned up. The school board didn’t like some of the vague terms that were left up to judgment for teachers and administrators. 

“Either we are going to have a dress code and enforce it or we aren’t going to have a dress code,” said Don Weathers. 

The changes stated that the teacher or administrator can take appropriate action if what the student is wearing is causing an “inteference or disruption to the operation of the school.”

The change was approved by the school board. 

 
Gladeville Elementary Principal’s List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Principal’s List

2nd Grade:  Abby Adams, Katelyn Breese, Nathan Cook, Margaret Davis, Seniah Harding, Amilyah Johnson, Presley Lannom, Avery Lee, Chandler Meacham, Kaitlynn Miller, Matthew Nye, Elyse Patterson, Zane Reynolds, Teagan Richey, Reed Siddell, Cy Taylor, Semaj Toussaint, Amelia Underwood, Daniel Vertrees

3rd Grade:   Paige Barkstrom, Cage Beal, Cyrus Bennett, Branton Champion, Aaron Clapa, Kelsey Ferguson, Carolina Gonzalez, Lainey Hitt,  Ali Jones, Addison Kahrs, Ember Keeler, Kalyn Killian, Toby Mattone,  Jarrid Moffit, Bailey Oldham, Kayla Ollie, Jayden Poole, Hayden Riddle, Sebastian Roll, Josh Smith, Brooklyn Sowell, Leo Tarusov, Cayson Walz, Brayden Williams

4th Grade:  Alexandra Borgic, Ethan Brown, Greer Davis, Karli Foster, Cason Fournier, Madyson Graves,  Ananda Irwin, Rubi Morris, Jamey Ricketts, Sophie Roberts, Lili Rodriguez, Shelby Russom, Isaac Schafer, Macy Wimberley, 

5th Grade:  Anniston Bean, Alexa Borski, Davis Brewer, Faith Cook, Clayton Duke, Kylie Fox, Will Hamilton, Ethan Hunter, Alli Johnson, Adler Kerr, Madison Kibbe, Kanan Kolesnikoff, Riley Kraus, Tammy Le, Kennedy McAfee, Mason Melton, Gabriel Mencia, Addison Myatt, Tatum Riddle, Tryston Roney, Katy Rowe, Erin Tucker, Sulley Vincion, Whitney Yankura

Honor Roll 

2nd Grade:  Konnor Adelsberger, Branden Anderson, Katrina Barnhill, Katelyn Barth, Clay Brewer, Mikael Brooks, Atticus Christol, Lance Corn, Ava Cowman, Molly Dillard, Bianca Docarmo, Brody Fly, Lola Fowlie, Spencer Green, Tyler Griffin, Aalivia Jackson, Jimmy Jones, Bobby Ke, Parker Klein, Isabelle Lamberson, Haylee Marshall, Avery Mathis, Valerie McCaleb, Logan McHugh, Aiden Mervar, Thomas Midgett, Isaiah Muraira, Gracie Jo Powell, Jon Ryan Russell, Shelby Sergeant, Caden Stancliff, Talon Thompson, Ulysses Torres, Chris Whitlock, 

3rd Grade:  Joshua Armistead, Annabelle Beeler, Olivia Betham, Adam Blankenship, Andrew Blythe, Isaiah Brymer, Devon Burroughs, Riley Christie, Lilly Clark, Hailey Dobson, Luci Donini, Abbie Dwyer, Eli Fears, Michelle Friedman, Kaden Garcia, Cassidy Goddard, Angelina Harris, Braylon Hill, Jordan Hobbs, Claire Hood, Summer Hodge, Chandler Hurst, Brayden Hutchinson,  Natalie Iozia, Julian Johnson, Brileigh Kenworthy, Macie King, Trenton Lewis, Danielle Lloyd, Allie Luma, Landon Mason, Lilly Matthews, Dayvon McNeely, Dalton Muraiara,  Trent Myatt, Elliot Patterson, Alexis Prescott, Jessica Reeves, Carley Ruckman, Daniel Schuster, Anna Scott, Mason Snider, Taylor Snyder, Kelsey Stevens, Kate Stone, Cameron Thomas, Akeley Thompson, Mattison Trammell, Myles Youngman

4th Grade:  Katie Bollinger, Lauren Carter, Tucker Cook, Eric Curtis, Gage Eastland, Luke Ferrell, Kate Grandstaff, Kaleo Grooms, Dylan Guethlein, Ben Guthormsen, Jaelyn Hedrick, Ally Hoffner, Matthew Howard, Kortney Jackson, Leah Lannom, Palmer Leonard, Rachel Malone, Tyler Mattone, Matt Morris, Tyson O’Brien, Jay Park, Brantley Pilcher, Gracie Powers, Colin Sadler, Jordan Selby, Ryan Smith, Braiden Staton, Keller Stone, Brody Towner, Kate Tresner, Abby Wade

5th Grade:   Cailin Aguilera,  Jacob Armistead, Leah Grace Beazley, Bryce Booth, Jordan Bush, Madison Carey, Megan Cartee, Eve Cashion, Brandon Coffey, Carissa Cook, Chloe Crabtree, Kailyn Ferguson, Anna Fergusson, Olivia Gessford, Treston Goddard, Wilson Greenwood, Austin Harkleroad, Nick Henry, Josie Howard, Chase Hoyt-White, Ca

 
Hagerty talks growth in State of the City
Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mayor Ed Hagerty stressed that we need to take a look at the bigger picture of Mt. Juliet in his State of the City address Wednesday. 

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