The Calhoun County Board of Education ended its year of monthly meetings with a tip of the hat to a person who is one of many who has stepped up to step in when needed. Read the full story
Alabama’s salaries and benefits for K-12 teachers are on par with what surrounding states offer and better in some instances, including out-of-pocket health care expenses, according to a recent report.
The Alabama Comprehensive Assessment Program evaluated students in grades two through eight for their skill in English language arts and math, with science testing for grades four, six and eight.
An Alabama school system has taken to social media in an attempt to alleviate what it says are lunchroom food shortages caused by troubles with the supply chain.
Celissa Summerour made sure to get a front-row seat at Anniston Housing Authority’s groundbreaking for the Barber Terrace redevelopment Tuesday morning.
The primary administration building on the Jacksonville State University campus soon will have a fountain, thanks to a donation from a graduate’s estate.
An independent research center in Alabama last week released a report on the Piedmont public school system with findings the center believes could help other school systems.
Anniston Schools Superintendent Dr. Ray Hill says that despite losing a number of teachers and other full-time staffers to retirement this past school year, there is no shortage of workers this year.
Two school systems in Calhoun County are ranked among the top 25 in the state for 2022, according to the ranking service Niche, a private company based in Pittsburgh, Pa.
A helpful deed by a student gave his principal at Piedmont High School a chance to post the deed on a social media site for administrators only. It received more than 3,000 likes.
Hayes Jackson, director of the botanical gardens, taught the group how the carnivorous pitcher plant grows, what it eats and where it can be found in the wild.
The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has issued reports that its life-saving COVID vaccine is safe for children ages five through 11, but the Calhoun County school system will stay out of families’ decisions on whether to accept the inoculation.
If the number of COVID cases continues to rise, the Anniston public school system is ready with a plan to teach kids either remotely or in a hybrid situation.
More than 50 people attended a concept plan presentation Monday night in connection with a comprehensive planning process that Anniston officials kicked off earlier this year.
A group of students in a Jacksonville High School media class is working on a project to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the United States.
Three Jacksonville firefighters are soliciting the public’s help in compiling a history of the Jacksonville Fire Department through artifacts and documents.