Staff photo by Tommy Millsaps
New Sweetwater City School System teachers from left to right: Charlie Arp,
Brown Intermediate School, Shelia Anderson, Brown Intermediate School, Michelle Spradlin,
Sweetwater Elementary, Terah Ladd, Sweetwater Elementary, and Shelby Tallent, Sweetwater
Elementary. Not pictured: Michael Blevins, Alysa Phipps, Sweetwater Junior High and Deborah
Stephenson, part-time psychologist.
|Published: 8:53 AM, 08/20/2012
Author: Tommy Millsaps
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SWEETWATER-After the first few days of
classes, the Sweetwater City School System's enrollment is up
slightly over projections.
During Monday's Sweetwater Board of
Education meeting, Director of Schools Dr. Melanie Miller said the
Central Office is closely watching the classroom sizes for seventh
grade at Sweetwater Junior High.
While the eighth grade is very small,
about 130 students, the seventh grade is close to having 200
Miller and the staff at SJHS will have
to make sure the student-teacher ration numbers continue to be within
state requirements for seventh grade.
Architect Sam Moser gave an update on
the Brown Intermediate School renovation and the new Administration
See full story in the Sunday, August 19, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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