November 17, 2011 RSS feed / Schools

Clarke school board hears report on graduation exams

Clarke County Superintendent of Schools Woody Pugh reported, Nov. More...

Plans made for Beta trip

Plans for the Alabama State Junior Beta Convention trip to Huntsville in March were discussed and students volunteered to participate in the various academic, talent, and arts and crafts competitions.  A mandatory parent/student/sponsor meeting More...

Jr. Beta officers

The 86 members of the WHMS Junior Beta Club met on Thursday, October 13, to make plans for this school year and to elect officers. More...

Eddie Slayton Award will recognize individual who has benefited children in region

In recognition of a life dedicated to serving others, especially the children of Clarke, Washington and Choctaw counties, the Regional Child Advocacy Center Board of Directors has established the “Eddie Slayton Memorial Award.”  The More...

State Rep. Beech visits HIPPY

The Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) Clarke County Staff had a surprise visit from Rep. Elaine Beech during their training session on Nov. 7. Rep. More...

Bulldogs conclude with big win

The Wilson Hall Middle School football team concluded their season on October 10 with a 14-0 win over the Jackson Aggies.  The win gave the Bulldogs the best record in the county and an area championship. More...

Honor roll told for first 9 weeks

A Honor Roll Grade Level 05: Helms, Hannah Elizabeth Keel, Morgan Leigh Roberts, Reagan Nicole Grade Level 06: Finney, Janeah Leanne Harvell, Ashton McKenna Jordan, Olivia Harris King, Emmanuel James  More...

Mockingbird party follows book reading

Mrs. Pettis’ eighth grade reading class read and discussed the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.  More...

Walmart grant

Coach Travis Kelly recently received a Walmart grant. Funds from the grant were used to purchase the equipment shown here. WHMS is thankful to Walmart for supporting the school and its students. More...

ASCC reps visit legislators

Alabama Southern President, Dr. More...