BETA club elects officers

The Wilson Hall Middle School Junior Beta recently held its annual election of officers. After speeches and campaign skits were completed, the club elected by secret ballot Courtney Carter, president; Erica Williams, vice-president; Ashley Foster, treasurer; and LaShonda Scott, secretary. The club also made plans for school service projects and for attending the state convention held in March at the […]

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Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K Officer Hubbert Finch (Alabama State Trooper) came to the center Thursday, Nov. 2 to talk to students about transportation safety. Officer Finch talked to the students about seat belts, bike safety, railroad crossing, smoke alarms in the home and safe walking. Officer Finch, along with Jimmie Pugh (bus driver) did a school bus evaluation. Explaining […]

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A Halloween celebration at Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K was held Monday, Oct. 31. The students and staff wore costumes to celebrate this fun day. Many parents attended this event.

Mr. Bagley presented

prizes to B. J. Ezell, Calley Davis, and Austin Council.

4-H food drive set for school

The Wilson Hall Middle School after school PAWS 4-H Club collected can goods and non-perishable food items to be donated for holiday food needs in Clarke County. There is a great need in our county food pantries because Hurricane Katrina almost emptied the shelves of several food banks. Parents were encouraged to help their child donate food to this very […]

School boasts future scientists

The sixth grade hall at Wilson Hall Middle School is filled with model spacecraft. Mrs. Smith’s sixth grade science classes have been researching and gathering data about space. They spent hours at the NASA website learning about our space program. To enhance their learning experience each student made a model of a space probe, satellite, a rover, or a rocket. […]

Student government elects officers

“Vote for me” and “If you vote for me I will…” are words that have been echoed around Wilson Hall for the past week. SGA students have been very busy campaigning for office. SGA nominees gave a brief speech explaining why they should be an officer to the student body on Wednesday, October 18. Elections were held on Thursday, and […]

Fuller-Gates to marry Saturday in Whatley

Rebecca Darlene Fuller and Brian Douglas Gates will exchange wedding vows Saturday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m. at Whatley Park, formerly Scott Park in Whatley. Miss Fuller is the daughter of George and Eileen Fuller of Whatley. Mr. Gates is the son of Doug and Jane Gates of Grove Hill. All family and friends are invited to attend as no […]

Time to look back at what we are truly thankful for

As we head towards our annual Thanksgiving break we again as a faculty are reminded of how blessed we truly are. The students have worked hard so far this year and we are thankful for the opportunity to provide them with a quality education. WHMS just completed many activities related to American Education Week. Mrs. Jennifer Abston and the Student […]

Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K celebrate National Awareness Month

Coffeeville Head Start and Pre-K celebrated “National Head Start Awareness Month,” Monday, Oct. 30. Special guests included the Mayor of Coffeeville, Faye Cotten, Commissioner Patricia Dubose, Commissioner Rhodel Rhone, Coffeeville High School Principal, Janice Richardson, and a former parent. The Head Start and Pre-K program serves families with limited income and children between the ages of 3 and 5 as […]