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On this week's Get Ready To Learn radio show, join Cindy Putman RTL and Brenda Hughett, Extended Learning Coordinator for Putnam County Schools, as they discuss the programs, activities, and opportunities that are happening with the LEAPs program.Read More
This week on WCTE’s Get Ready To Learn radio show, join Cindy Putman, Ready To Learn Project Manager and Sarah Nelson from Nelson Naturally Farm as they share their personal journey with health and wellness. Tune in for tips on how making small changes can have a big impact on your family's health.Read More
On this week's Get Ready To Learn Radio show, host Cindy Putman is joined by Brent Clark, Director of Content and Digital Media at WCTE. Today’s topic is ACES- Adverse Childhood Experiences and the recent grant that WCTE has been awarded to produce a six part documentary about this important topic. The State of Tennessee under the guidance of Gov. Haslam has taken this on as a vital initiative toRead More