February 28, 2008 RSS feed / Schools

Wilson Hall Middle School has raised over $25,000 for Relay for Life

In 2001 the Student Government Association at WHMS decided that they wanted to participate and raise money for Relay for Life. More...

Cheerleaders selected at WHMS

Tryouts were held on Feb. 19 to select the WHMS 2008 - 2009 cheerleaders. All who participated worked very hard in preparation for the judging. They learned cheers and dance routines. More...

Buchanan running local woodyard

Buchanan Timber Company of Selma has opened a woodyard in the woodyard formerly used by Dickinson Timber and Welch Timber on Highwayt 84 East. Local timberman Ronnie Hare is running the yard and doing a brisk business, as this picture indicates. More...

Students study To Kill A Mockingbird

The eighth grade students in Mrs. K. Wilson's English class enjoyed reading and doing a book study on Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird." Students became acquainted with the author by completing a scavenger hunt on the Internet. More...

School system statistics

Reserve funds, superintendents' pay and legal fees detailed in AEA paper

Recent issues of the Alabama School Journal, the publication of the Alabama Education Association, share some interesting figures on state school systems. Monthly reserves The Feb. More...

New health department nearing completion

Work continues on the new Clarke County Health Department on Highway 84 East, near the Department of Human Resources and the National Guard Armory. The $1 million-plus building is expected to be completed and ready for occupancy soon. More...