November 23, 2006 RSS feed / Schools

BETA club elects officers

The Wilson Hall Middle School Junior Beta recently held its annual election of officers. More...

4-H food drive set for school

The Wilson Hall Middle School after school PAWS 4-H Club collected can goods and non-perishable food items to be donated for holiday food needs in Clarke County. More...

A Halloween celebration at Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K was held Monday, Oct. 31. The students and staff wore costumes to celebrate this fun day. Many parents attended this event. More...

Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K celebrate National Awareness Month

Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K celebrated "National Head Start Awareness Month," Monday, Oct. 30. More...

ASCC Community Chorus to present Christmas program

Begin your holiday celebration with our performance by attending the Alabama Southern Community College Community Chorus' presentation of classical Christmas selections with orchestra and guest soloists, conducted by Leonard Raybon of Tulane Universi More...

Time to look back at what we are truly thankful for

As we head towards our annual Thanksgiving break we again as a faculty are reminded of how blessed we truly are. The students have worked hard so far this year and we are thankful for the opportunity to provide them with a quality education. More...

WHMS 'Rocket' kids

On Friday, Oct. 20, the PAWS students and students in Mrs. Gordon's Reading Class went to the park for an after-school rocket launch. David Wilhelm, the eighth grade science teacher, explained the principles of physics that cause a rocket to fly. More...

School boasts future scientists

The sixth grade hall at Wilson Hall Middle School is filled with model spacecraft. Mrs. Smith's sixth grade science classes have been researching and gathering data about space. They spent hours at the NASA website learning about our space program. More...

Mr. Bagley presented

prizes to B. J. Ezell, Calley Davis, and Austin Council. More...

Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K Officer Hubbert Finch (Alabama State Trooper) came to the center Thursday, Nov. 2 to talk to students about transportation safety. More...

CCHS students collect money for Salvation Army

The Blue Ribbon Campaign of Clarke County High School recently collected money for the Salvation Army. Pictured are members who participated in the drive. Ms. Theresa Coates was the leader of the campaign. More...