In 2006, the Tennessee General Assembly, thankfully, passed a Public Chapter that established an annual tax-free holiday. This annual holiday is held in August and normally starts on the first Friday in August. This is one sale you don't want to miss!
Back-to-school shopping can be stressful for students, parents, and even teachers and school administrators. While kids and teenagers want to look in-style, parents want clothing that makes sense, not only style-wise, but also in terms of durability, price and appropriateness. Find out how you can accomplish both before heading out the door!
Being prepared for school is the number one thing that you can do for your child's Education. Studies show that children do better in school when there is an active involvement from the parents. Find out what you can do to be prepared for that first meeting at school and how you can help kick off the school year on a smooth note.
An Overview and Visual look at each of the twelve school clusters in the Metro Nashville Public Schools including information on what school feeds into which and more.
Planning to attend a local Middle Tennessee College or University in the near future? If so, we've gathered up a list of the Top Colleges & Universities to be found in Middle Tennessee and the Metro Nashville Area.
Cancelled in 2012
Created in 2000 by former Nashville Mayor, Bill Purcell, this annual event is held in August in downtown Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena and it features free activities, goodies, and entertainment for students and their parents.