November 21, 2013 RSS feed / Schools

CCHS students promote breast cancer awareness

The Student Government Association and Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America teamed up to complete activities in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Month. More...

Teachers work with new standards

Research has shown that rich learning experiences result from organized, systematic, and creative planning by a knowledgeable and effective teacher. More...

Beta Club’s Turkey Dash set for Thursday on campus

The First Annual Turkey Dash, sponsored by the Clarke County High School Beta Club, is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 21. All teams must be at the tent in front of the school at 5:45 p.m., ready to compete. More...

Beta Club students partner with GHES

Every week, members of the Clarke County High School Beta Club go to Grove Hill Elementary School to read and participate in activities with the students. More...

Thomasville school board extends Supt. Adkison’s contract until mid-2017

The Thomasville Board of Education voted Nov. 12 to extend the contract of school superintendent Dr. Vic Adkison until June 30, 2017. More...

A lot of turkey plates!

Clarke Prep School held its annual turkey dinner fundraiser Tuesday and it was one of the best ever with over 700 plates reportedly being sold. More...

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Members of DECA, FCCLA, FFA, and HOSA that attended the JLDC in Birmingham on Sept. 25 wearing hard hats they received at the Career Fair in the conference. More...

Tech students attend event

Clarke County High School Career Tech Student Organization members and sponsors attended the Alabama Joint Leadership Development Conference at the BJCC in Birmingham on Sept. 25. More...

CCHS library receives Laura Bush grant

The mission of the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries is to support the education of our nation’s children by providing funds to update, extend and diversify the book and print collections of America’s school libraries. More...

Poem, art winners

Domestic Violence Poem & Art Winners included Art: Hannah Gates, First Place; Poem: Monica Henderson, Second Place; Aaliya Powell, Third Place; Eric Ezell, First Place. More...