Celebrating top sellers of KCS coupon books

Josh FloryOur Town Students

The 2021 Coupon Book campaign wrapped up in style on Friday, as the top sellers gathered at Main Event to have lunch with a family member, play arcade games and receive their hard-earned prizes.


This year’s campaign was particularly exciting because the full $10 from each sale is going to the school of the student who sells it, which means more than $1.2 million will be directed back to our schools. Thank you to the students, families and participating merchants who made this year’s campaign a great success!

Feedback Sought For 2022-23 Budget

As planning begins for the 2022-23 school year, KCS is seeking input about the district’s budget priorities. Stakeholders can provide feedback using a survey that is available  here, and KCS has created a video overview to give context about the KCS budget. Thank you for sharing your feedback.

Josh Flory is a multi-media specialist with Knox County Schools and writes the blog Hall Pass for the KCS website.

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