Here are the school menus for Rutherford County Schools for the week of Nov. 24-28:
Thirteen new truck drivers graduated from the Professional Driver Training Program at Isothermal Community College last week.
Gardner-Webb University inducted 36 new members into the Gamma Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Lambda honor society for adult students on Nov. 9.
Students at Chase High School participated in the 3rd Annual Hunger Games Challenge this week, competing against each other to see who could come out as the winner. The challenge is based on the young adult series written by Suzanne Collins.
The gym at Chase High School was full for a basketball game on Saturday, Nov. 15, but the people weren't there to see high school basketball players. They were there to see donkeys.
Students experienced an agriculture field trip without leaving school on Thursday.
After 29 years in education, Sally Blanton is retiring in December.
The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) Board of Directors approved an updated policy on religion during a special meeting on Monday. The policy came on the heels of a parent complaint about prayer in school.
The parent of a student at Thomas Jefferson Grammar School is upset about a prayer being recited before lunch each day.
Spindale Elementary School hopes to promote learning and leadership through its new Future Leaders program.
"Woody is back and Woody is back on WNCW," Walter Dalton said.
Thomas Tarker said his time in the United States Navy helped prepare him for his future in law enforcement.
Superintendent Janet Mason will announce the new principal of Forrest Hunt Elementary School during tonight's Rutherford County Board of Education meeting.
The University of North Carolina faces more scrutiny by an accrediting agency after details emerged on an academic scandal.
Here are the menus for Rutherford County Schools for the week of Nov. 3: