November 3, 2016 RSS feed / Schools

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These Clarke Prep elementary students brought their own gator to the homecoming prep rally Friday. The kids were dressed up for Halloween. The Clarke Prep Gators won the game Friday night. More...

CCHS excited about River BEST robotics team

Clarke County High School is excited to have a River BEST Robotics team this year to compete in Thomasville in the “Bet the Farm” STEM Games. More...

DECA meat sale will run from Nov. 14-18

CCHS – DECA is selling Gourmet Turkeys and Hams through Southern Heritage Farms. Southern Heritage® has come from servicing 12 accounts in Mississippi to over 900 schools and churches in 19 states as of the fall of 2009. More...

Blood drive coming Nov. 17

HOSA will sponsor a blood drive with United Blood Services on November 17th. Our local hospital uses blood from United Blood Services in surgeries and emergencies. More information will appear in a later edition of the paper. More...

Step team: Royalty started

Clarke County High School has a new step team: Royalty.  The step team and mentoring program is aimed to encourage young ladies to be elegant, empowered, and educated.  Required GPA is 2.75 and the group will perform community service proje More...

Career tech students attend conference

Clarke County High School students in career technical student organizations such as, DECA, HOSA and FCCLA, attended the Joint Leadership Development Conference in Birmingham on Oct. More...

CCHS State Farm student ambassadors

CCHS students attended the State Farm's Student Ambassadors Safe Driving Training for the AS Foundation. This training prepared them to become advocates for safe driving. More...

Dance team holds mini-dance clinic

During the week of October 18-20, the Clarke County High School dance line and their sponsor, Mrs. Tamika Turner, held their first ever mini dance clinic. More...

Stabler wins poetry contest

Jazmine Stabler, a junior at Clarke County High School, won the Poetry Out Loud competition for her school. Jazmine will be representing her school as she competes in the Alabama State Council on the Arts Regional Competition. More...