April 3, 2008 RSS feed / Schools

CCHS supports 'Relay For Life'

This is the first year that Clarke County High School has had a Relay for Life team. The team members have sponsored fundrasiers like bake sales and a Womanless Beauty Pageant to help raise money. More...

Important dates approaching for CCHS students

Spring Break has come and gone, and now we are in the home stretch! With less than two months to go of this school year, students are eagerly anticipating wrapping up this year, but not before some of these important dates. More...

'Read Across America' celebrated

"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child." What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday than reading to a child? More...

WHMS students attend Ala. River Festival

On March 7 the fifth graders at Wilson Hall Middle School attended the Alabama River Festival at Claiborne. The students enjoyed learning about Indians that were native to this area and their way of life. More...

Clarke 2008-09 school year starts Aug. 7

Calendar approved

The Clarke County Board of Education approved March 20 the calendar for the 2008-2009 school year. The recommendation came from the School Calendar Committee including certificated and support personnel, said School Superintendent Gerald Stephens. More...

CCHS releases honor rolls for third nine weeks

Honor Rolls have been released by Clarke County High School for the third nine-week period of the 2007-2008 school year. Ninth Grade All A's: William Newton, Davis Rhodes. More...

'Beauties' grace Womanless pageant

As a part of a Relay for Life fundraiser, nine young men participated in Clarke County High School's Womanless Beauty Pageant. These guys, or gals, strutted their stuff on stage in the spirit of raising money for cancer research. More...

Senior Academic Top 10 announced

The Senior Academic Top 10 were recently announced at CCHS. More...

Coffeeville High School releases honor rolls

The following names have been released by Coffeeville High School as students achieving the honor roll for the third nineweek period. More...