The district winner of the 2014 is Kingsport. Congratulations to , which was a finalist last year!
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) has announced the winners of the fourth annual SCORE Prize. The winners – three public schools and one district– were recognized for being leaders in student learning in Tennessee.
The 2014 SCORE Prize winners are:
- • Dresden Elementary School, part of Weakley County Schools, in the elementary school category.
- • Hillsboro Elementary/Middle School, part of Williamson County Schools, in the middle school category.
- • Covington High School, part of Tipton County Schools, in the high school category.
- • Kingsport City Schools, a system of 13 schools serving pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students.
The school winners receive $10,000 each, and the district winner receives $25,000.