Corinth School District Director of Communications and Marketing Laine Williams and Superintendent Dr. Lee Childress look over a journalism textbook and potential items which might be sold in a new Corinth High School store. A year-long Foundation of Journalism elective class for students in grades 9-12 will be offered when the school year begins on July 20.

A future class at Corinth High School will not only teach students the principles of “new journalism,” but it will also practice and promote ways to manage a successful business.

Ten students have already signed up for the new class which begins on July 20 with the start of the new school year, including several 8th graders who will be CHS freshmen this fall, said Corinth School District Director of Communications and Marketing Laine Williams.

(Go to the Corinth School District website and look under the connect/news tab to apply.)


A 1981 University of Tennessee - Martin graduate, Mark Boehler has over 40 years of journalism experience. His wife Dawn is the love of his life and they share five grown children and 10 grandchildren. His passion is his work - writing and photography.

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