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1 JMCSS changes three holidays to remote learning days
2 JMCSS to pay for insurance rate increases; board says King is 'investing in the people'
3 Black Friday in Jackson: It’s ‘just different,' shoppers, business say
4 Leaked email shows Lane Board of Trustees is seeking president’s job
5 ‘Best by any measure’: what it means for JMCSS, why it’ll be the rallying cry
6 Rose Hill School pauses in-person learning after COVID-19 diagnoses, resulting quarantines
7 Jackson-Madison Co. Schools moving to hybrid schedule again, starting Dec. 7
8 LOOP, STEM opportunities continue for JMCSS students
9 Shannon Stewart resigns from JMCSS board, effective Dec. 11
10 Supporting every student's mental health: Chester Co. Jr. High fosters safe space for kids
11 JMCSS resigned board member Shannon Stewart’s farewell: 'It wasn’t me; it was we'
12 JMCSS employees getting bonuses in December as district preps for next budget cycle
13 ‘The sooner, the better:' Pope talks resume despite no secured funding for the K-8
14 JMCSS board discusses future of contractual services
15 Track, stadium costs discussed among new Jackson-Madison Co. school board at 2020 retreat
16 Increasing costs, a needed $740,000, a vocal board member resigned: when will Pope happen?
17 What could JMCSS offer: a CyberSchool location, using closed sites, a year-round concept?
18 Huntingdon Schools suspend in-person learning for the first time this school year
19 JMCSS considers hybrid model again after extending Thanksgiving break
20 Abernathy, Gatlin want to be the person appointed to Shannon Stewart's vacated seat on JMCSS board
21 Wendy Trice Martin is the Jackson Sun Person of the Year for her work to get people to vote
22 JMCSS to start in-person learning Sept. 21
23 West Tennessee’s role in women's right to vote
24 'It’s been 400 years, and we’re still fighting': Rally draws more than 200 people in Jackson
25 JMCSS updates: some devices arrive, more grants awarded
26 West TN has 10 National Merit Scholarship semifinalists, including homeschooler, JMCSS student
27 Some West Tennessee schools close due to coronavirus cases
28 JMCSS: More than 5,000 students signed up for virtual learning
29 JMCSS school board candidate says she won't apologize for Facebook post about Obama as an ISIS leader
30 JMCSS virtual registration is over. Here is the data: More than 7,500 registered for virtual
31 JMCSS board tours Madison Academic, JCM construction sites
32 JMCSS board to have four new members as two incumbents are unseated
33 Jackson-Madison schools still determining reopening guidelines but here's what parents may expect
34 Women in power: JMCSS board to be majority women for second time in consolidated history
35 NAACP calls out school board candidate for saying Obama, Clinton would have been 'hung' by founding fathers
36 CRA to cut ties with its master developer David Hunt
37 JMCSS replacing in-person learning after two staff members test positive for COVID-19
38 What JMCSS parents need to know about going back to school, switch to distance learning
39 Teaching to an empty classroom, but connecting with her students: Crum is first-year teacher, new Cyber teacher
40 JMCSS to start on staggered schedule; Sept. 1 is day all students will report
41 School board election finances show political action group donor and $10,000 campaigns
42 Bells Elementary on lockdown after shots fired near school
43 ‘If it happened there, it can happen here:’ a dozen march for justice for Breonna Taylor
44 JMC board votes for changes to accommodate COVID-19 continuous learning plan
45 Jackson's salons, shops and restaurants are happy to be back open, even with new social distancing norms
46 Inside the Tavoris Bates murder trial: How Corrion Greer and Billy Moore got acquitted
47 JMCSS boardroom bits: Board approves budget with bonuses, revises school calendar
48 Former JMCSS teacher: Student discipline at the heart of turnover issues
49 Lane College transitions to virtual learning after 18 students test positive for COVID-19
50 Back to school, but staying home: JMCSS launching new online CyberSchool
51 Election Day in Madison Co.: 'Unreal' turnout even as some voters hit snag
52 Organizations canvass Jackson, Denmark communities to encourage voting
53 Jackson-Madison County School board candidates talk equity gaps in JMCSS
54 Rose Hill School principal Teresa McSweeney appointed principal of 'new, innovative' JMCSS Cyber School
55 After growing up homeless, woman launches Humboldt nonprofit to 'help children like me'
56 Union University justice rally: acknowledge white privilege, recognize racial injustice
57 Jackson-Madison schools' phased reopening plan still leaves questions about in-person classes
58 'A payoff in the end': Versie Hamlett's challenging journey to becoming Fayette County Schools superintendent
59 Peabody High moves to virtual learning after student tests positive for coronavirus
60 Black Lives Matter mural to come to Jackson as a 'stamp' on the community
61 Schedules, masks and transportation: What JMCSS is considering in plans to reopen schools
62 Greenfield 5-year old starts a lemonade stand, donates money to kindergarten teachers
63 Two Lincoln teachers started virtual classes this summer. Now, they're helping other teachers succeed at virtual learning.
64 New JMCSS Superintendent Marlon King ready to get to work
65 See the JMCSS Class of 2020's senior stats
66 Equal Rights Coalition asks school board candidates about slogans, previous elections, reopening
67 New JMCSS Superintendent Marlon King set to make $185K; board to vote on contract
68 ‘She warned Humboldt:’ One lawsuit alleging reverse discrimination resolved as another is filed
69 JMCSS board approves maintenance-of-effort budget, saves teacher positions
70 JMCSS July 2020 boardroom bits: CARES Act funding breakdown; South Side recognized
71 Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District to close until Aug. 28, stop practices for at least a week
72 South Side High educator appointed JMCSS chief of staff, public information
73 June 2020 JMCSS boardroom bits: School reopening date uncertain; Aug. 3 looks unlikely
74 Head to head: A last look at the Jackson-Madison school board candidates and why they're running
75 Billy Moore to face trial in Jan. for reckless homicide
76 Enough is enough: Humboldt says their names during rally for change
77 County obligated to fund schools, attorney says, so board won't make cuts to Jackson-Madison school budget
78 How Gibson County Schools plan to handle positive cases among staff
79 Child abuse doesn't stop during crisis, but it may be harder to spot, experts warn
80 A virtual homecoming amid a pandemic: Lane College still engaged alum, celebrated school
81 Madison Academic, JCM construction signify beginning of positive impact schools will bring
82 Bolivar city councilman sues city, officials for defamation, slander
83 Long-fought for lynching memorial unveiled in front of Madison County courthouse
84 JMCSS chief academic officer Jared Myracle resigns
85 Humboldt denies Superintendent Versie Hamlett's allegations of racial discrimination, retaliation
86 July 21 update on coronavirus in Jackson: 702 total cases reported
87 Rachel Scott resigning as leader of professional development, media relations coordinator for JMCSS
88 Education commissioner discusses the biggest challenges West TN schools face
89 Marlon King appoints from within JMCSS for second deputy superintendent
90 Family, community activist: ‘They didn’t kill him'
91 Despite Jackson-Madison board bickering, King recommends moving forward on long-awaited K-8 school
92 Medina Police arrest two for cocaine, marijuana, firearm possession
93 JMC hospital staff make over 12,000 masks for coworkers in midst of COVID-19 health crisis
94 Jackson kneels to protest police brutality, injustice after George Floyd killing
95 Jackson International Food and Art Festival canceled due to coronavirus concerns
96 How local universities are looking at reopening
97 Marlon King tapped as JMCSS superintendent
98 Protesters sit in at courthouse, call for Jackson Confederate monument's removal
99 West Tennessee schools, programs get computer donation to help bridge gaps
100 Mom of Troy 6-year-old with inoperable brain tumor: Daily goal of having the best day ever