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Schools win $1,000 as co-finalist for Tri-State award
Warren County Schools win
Lisa Hobbs photo Warren County Schools is a co-finalist in the Tri-State Best K-12 Practices contest. The recognition, with the Mechatronics program at the center of it, netted a $1,000 prize. Pictured are Director of Schools Bobby Cox, left, making the presentation to Warren County School Board chair James Bennett.
Ensuring all students have access to high-quality learning opportunities in STEM subjects has Warren County Schools leading the way to a regional recognition. The school district was entered into a Tri-State Best K-12 Practices Contest offered by LEAN Frog and the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents. The competition is open to all schools in Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee.