|Published: 5:00 PM, 10/25/2013
||Last updated: 5:01 PM, 10/25/2013
Author: John Sprague
Source: The Herald-News
The Rhea County Education Department and School Board took time out to honor one of its own as Frazier Elementary was named a Reward School for having test scores in the top 5 percent in the state.
The state education department dropped off a banner that Director of Schools Jerry Levengood and School Board members presented to Frazier faculty and students during a ceremony Friday morning.
For further details, see the Sunday edition of The Herald-News.