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These High-School Students Found a Way to Make Any Headphones Wireless | Entrepreneur

Wireless headphones have been around for awhile, but a device that can make any old set of headphones wireless is about to hit the market. 148 more words

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Crazy prom spending: Why the bubble may be ready to burst

For a few years now, teens and parents have been spending a lot on the prom: Designer dresses, spray tans, updos, and stretch limos don’t come cheap. 825 more words

Retail

Summer is Full STE[+a]M Ahead Program - APPLY TODAY!

Summer is Full STE[+a]M Ahead! Are you Ready? 

Spend your summer doing fun hands-on activities that help better your community. Apply TODAY for the Full STE[+a]M Ahead Program… 179 more words

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CBC Graduation Photos

We’ve uploaded over 600 graduation photos to our Facebook page! Check them out at ow.ly/MX3Zh#CBC2015! Feel free to tag, share and comment on our photos. 38 more words

Community

Six Principles of Relating to Adolescents

Today, as I write this, I learned that 704 individuals and groups have registered for Summer Connect. 173 of those applicants, 1 out of 4, indicated interested in reaching out to high school students while they are home for the summer. 693 more words

Leadership

KidPower Volunteer Orientations

The Union City Library is looking for tween and teen volunteers to help with our summer program

Read to the Rhythm!

If you are entering grades five through twelve in the fall, and are interested in helping us, ask at the Reference Desk or come to one of the Orientations at the Union City Library. 54 more words

Union City Library

MTSU to expand dual-enrollment

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University announced it’s planning to expand its dual-enrollment program to offer more college-level classes to high school students.

The university said it would partner with Rutherford, Williamson and Bradley County high schools to offer a wider range of dual-enrollment courses at little to no cost for the students. 164 more words

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