The gamecock logo is smushed over to one side, barely recognizable, more Rorschach test than fighting bird. The red color isn’t JSU red. It’s more like Alabama crimson or the shade of coagulated blood. Read the full story
A state lawmaker from Munford doubled down Wednesday on his plan to make the summer school break longer, though school days could be extended and other breaks may be cut. Read the full story
A state lawmaker from Munford doubled down Wednesday on his plan to make the summer school break longer, though school days could be extended and other breaks may be cut.
An Alabama lawmaker says public schools should extend their summer breaks through Labor Day to help workforce development. Rep. Steve Hurst, R-Munford, said he’ll sponsor legislation to require school summer breaks run at least from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Funded through the wealth of a Philadelphia widow, Barber existed from 1896 until 1940 and modernized educational opportunities for its black students, helping give rise to the South’s emerging black middle class.
Students from several Calhoun County schools attended an educational concert celebrating Black History Month at the Anniston Performing Arts Center, despite weather delays.
Heavy rain and storms led to flood warnings and delayed school starts Thursday morning for much of Northeast Alabama. The Anniston area saw more than 2 inches of rain between midnight and noon Thursday, according to numbers from the National Weather Service.
When Jacksonville High School eighth-graders Reese Hines and Andreea Trifas needed inspiration to build a robot, they didn’t have to look further than a disaster in their own town.
A Georgia woman who says a basketball player raped her at Jacksonville State University in 2017 and that JSU officials protected the player from prosecution updated her lawsuit against the school last week, naming another school official and alleging earlier assaults by JSU athletes and staff.
Since 1991, Jacksonville State has partnered with Wuhan University to give faculty, staff and students the chance to participate in an exchange program between the two campuses. The city of Wuhan has been in headlines recently as the epicenter of an outbreak of a deadly new virus.
Donoho School seventh-grader Caitlyn Perkins won the 2020 Calhoun County Spelling Bee by slowly, correctly spelling out the word "lucrative," earning a $75 check, a bee-shaped bobble-head trophy and a spot in the state bee in March.
Principal Adam Dasinger saw a replacement was necessary, and so earlier this month he asked State Sen. Randy Price, R-Opelika, for a new one that the four-member flag crew could raise each morning.
At Anniston High School’s fall semester awards ceremony, 40 students — the top 10 by GPA in each class — were met with Bulldog-burgundy blazers, certificates, trophies and applause from fellow students, family and faculty on Thursday.
At least one speaker Tuesday night talked about racism, the effects of segregation and mistrust still embedded in Anniston’s DNA, how those civic sins damage the relationship between residents and public schools. The honesty was devastating.
Anniston’s board of education named Miles College instructor Johanna Martin as the school system’s new chief financial officer Wednesday — a move school leaders hailed as a turnaround moment.