The St. Clair County Board of Education during its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 20, discussed a new uniform grading system and updates on the hybrid learning program.
St. Clair County Superintendent Mike Howard announced the school district will adhere to the new Alabama Department of Public Health quarantine guidelines related to COVID-19.
SCCHS head baseball coach Steven Nuss said the race is an event the entire community has become a part of, with local businesses in St. Clair County having opted to sponsor it.
The Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club has named its Don Haisten Students and Teachers of the Month for October from Clay-Chalkville and Hewitt-Trussville high schools.
The Pell City High School JROTC began its new Cadet of the Month program with Cadet Pvt. Abigail Brasher and Cadet Cpl. Jasmine Gillis receiving the honor.
The Angel Squad is a group of volunteers at the UAB Kirklin Clinic who put together baskets and provide emotional support for individuals who are receiving treatment for breast cancer.
Nannette Hill, facilitator of dual enrollment for Jefferson State Community College and ACCESS courses at Springville High, came up with the idea for the garden.
Superintendent Dr. James Martin said Monday the move was made due to several exposures and a few positive tests among faculty and staff.
Springville High School Principal Virgil Winslett recently announced he will retire Oct. 1. Former Springville Elementary School Principal Gregory D. Moore will be his successor.
The state Department of Education requires each school system to have a five-year plan to confirm its wants and needs in order to receive possible funding.
With all students finally starting in-person classes last week, Pell City Superintendent Dr. James Martin said the school year is off to a good start, despite some challenges due to the pandemic.
MOODY -- Moody High School is seeking help in completing plans to build new areas where students and teachers will be allowed to eat their lunches in order to better enhance social distancing and prevent the potential spread of COVID-19.
The Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students program will provide a voucher for any K-12 student on a free or reduced-price meal plan to cover the cost of equipment, installation fees and internet service through Dec. 30 of this year.
The plan, which features a list of 11 different projects to be funded over the next five years, was approved unanimously by the board during its Tuesday meeting.
Pell City Schools Superintendent Dr. James Martin has announced a single grade at Eden Elementary will not be starting traditional classes as originally planned due to a COVID-19 related exposure.
Superintendent Mike Howard emphasized there will be a limited capacity, 50 percent, for all sporting events. He said system officials will stick to that rule.
Last year, Springville Pediatrics raised almost $2,500, and the practice is hoping to raise $6,300 this year, or $100 per child. As of Aug. 6, it was already halfway to that goal.
As Alabama schools look toward reopening in less than a month, each public school system will receive a minimum of $170,000 for COVID-19 related wellness preparation and remote learning expenses under two grant programs announced Monday.
Schools across Alabama will return to in-person classes in the fall, state school superintendent Eric Mackey said Friday, with a remote-learning option for parents who aren't comfortable with their kids attending due to COVID-19.
Gov. Kay Ivey on Thursday ordered the state's schools to take up “alternate” means of instruction after the April 6 end of a school break that was intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
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.