Students gathered listening to opportunities
Tennessee Scholars
Free Reading Resources
teacher of the year
Snow day instructions
RCVA Registration Open
mr Clower with award
coach Kamikawa with award
TBR SAILS Math Newsletter
​A “Big Orange” thank you to The University of Tennessee Early Learning Center for hosting Harriman High School Teaching as a Profession students today. Our students were able to experience their center and see how what they are learning in the high school classroom is being applied in the real world.​
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Did you know many of our CTE programs offer industry standard credentials to better prepare students for college and career? Way to go, Tara Damewood!  Congratulations to Tara Damewood for being the first student at Rockwood High School and in the Roane County School District to take and pass the Business Office Technology Certification exam! She has worked hard to master her Microsoft skills and knowledge of technology in the business world.
We would like to thank Hunter McClure, Digital Marketing Specialist from Pilot Company, and 2015 RCHS grad for speaking with Mr. Kroeger’s Marketing class. Students were able to have a dialogue about marketing and digital media with a local, large corporation. We are always grateful to our local industry partners and graduates for sharing with our students!
​CTE in action! Mr. Dugger’s HVAC class is learning about correct polarity and voltage with circuits in a breaker box. Everyday, CTE students are experiencing career-focused activities through hands on learning activities in our shops and labs!​
School board members Kristy Oran and Nancy Hamilton
Harriman 5k and 10k Saturday October 22, 2022
Parents/Guardians,  We are working to start Special Olympics Unified Basketball. However, we first need to know how many athletes will participate. Please complete the survey attached. This is crucial.  “PEER PARTNERS” NEEDED: Is your child interested in being a unified partner? Please complete the survey, as well.  Who is eligible: Every person with an intellectual disability who is at least 8 years of age is eligible to participate in Special Olympics. There is no maximum age limitation for participation in Special Olympics.   What is Unified Basketball? Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. In Unified Sports, teams are made up of people of similar age and ability. That makes practices more fun and games more challenging and exciting for all. Having sport in common is just one more way that preconceptions and false ideas are swept away.
Farmers Field the Future