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“When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking.”
Gov. Kay Ivey announced Thursday afternoon Alabama public schools will move to online learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.
Dadeville lunchroom manager Elaine Smith asked her staff to prepare for a normal school day as area schools started emergency feeding programs Monday in the wake of COVID-19.
Although Alexander City Schools and Tallapoosa County Schools are closed until at least April 6 due to the coronavirus, superintendents Dr. Keith Lankford and Joe Windle are doing everything in their power to ensure as few jobs and incomes as possible are lost.
Tallapoosa County Schools are shut down until April 6 because of Gov. Kay Ivey’s state of emergency declaration that came last week, which impacts all public schools in Alabama.
Dreams are coming true for Alexander City resident Michael Morris who just landed an internship at Disney World. Morris, 19, said it feels surreal he’ll be working for the Disney College Program in May.
Educational programs led Reeltown Elementary and Horseshoe Bend schools to being named 2019 Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS) Schools of Distinction.
Dadeville Elementary School held its second annual chili cookoff Thursday. Amanda Williams won the community division, the kindergarten class won the school division while the fifth grade won most festive table.
Dale Talley has been a service manager at Bice Motors for only a few weeks but is already looking to recruit the next class of Benjamin Russell co-op students.
Alabama residents have the chance to change up the Alabama State Board of Education at the statewide primary election March 3 and a local educator is clearing any misconceptions about the proposed amendment.
Police officers, astronauts, doctors and more professionals walked through Stephens Elementary on Monday but there was a slight difference in those professionals compared to their colleagues — their age.
Nancy Hatcher has served at the Tallapoosa County Schools central office as director of personnel for the past 12 years with 15 years of experience prior to that as a classroom teacher. Hatcher now wants the opportunity to serve the county school system in a different way — as superintendent.
Ray Porter is a product of a military family and has implemented that into his education career since the early 2000s. Porter sees the need for a superintendent with a leadership background and that is what compelled him to run for Tallapoosa County Schools superintendent.
Instruction improvements and positive behavior were the focus for Alexander City Schools officials Tuesday at the board of education’s meeting. The schools discussed its annual improvement plans with the board of education.
It’s back to the drawing board for the Tallapoosa County Board of Education for financing its capital improvement plans. After the original financing plan was rejected, the board is now in the process of finding a new source for financing after Friday’s special-called meeting.
Six of Southern Union State Community College’s nursing students signed with nursing homes in the Opelika area in the first Alabama Signing Day for the Alabama Nursing Career Pathways (ACNP) initiative. The ACNP is a partnership among Alabama’s community colleges and the Alabama Nursing Home…
The Alexander City Board of Education is one step closer to having a new Benjamin Russell building. The board approved a contingency contract to obtain property for a new high school at its meeting Tuesday.