Elaine Swafford was hired as CGLA’s executive director in 2012 and given less than a year to transform the then-failing school, which had launched several years earlier as the state’s first single-gender public charter school and then tanked. But in the intervening years, under Swafford’s leadership, the school’s scores have shot up, graduation rates have risen, and a waiting list to get in has developed at the sixth and seventh grades.Not everyone in Chattanooga was fond of charters and CGLA looked, at best, like a good idea gone bad. Last year, the school achieved a 93 percent graduation rate and nearly every graduate went on to college.To be certified as such a company must do the following according to the Tennessee Drug Free Workplace Law: area no matter where they may located!Located in Hamilton Place, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Hamilton Place Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum and Concord Golf Club.We offer simple test instant style test as well as more in-depth lab tests whatever you may need!
Our services can be catered around you or your company’s wants/needs! Drug and Alcohol Testing Services in Chattanooga Due to the ever growing need for safe work places and home lives, we’ve partnered with labs all across and the surrounding counties.More than 90 percent of its students are black or Latino. The school’s brochure says it was founded “to improve educational opportunities for low-income, underserved girls in Hamilton County.” So it seemed like a good place to start.Yet it became obvious minutes after my visit began that it would be difficult to glean any sort of broadly applicable insight into the the topic from looking at CGLA.Rhiannan Pierce and Phyllis Wood were the first same-sex couple to marry in Chattanooga. Wood and Pierce were among the first couples to apply for a marriage license in Hamilton County.The brief ceremony was held on the lawn of the Hamilton County Courthouse Friday afternoon. They came into the clerk’s office a few hours after the U. Supreme Court struck down Tennessee’s ban on same-sex marriage.