Federal waivers that have allowed schools to be more flexible in their delivery of meals, provide them for free to all students and respond to supply chain problems are ending this month.
School leaders say security has improved since 2012 or even 2018, when the governor’s school safety council released a list of recommendations, including dedicated funding for school resource officers.
The St. Clair County High School St. Clairion yearbook staff submitted their 2020 yearbook “in depth,” to the Jostens Look Book selection committee and have secured a spot in the book set to be distributed internationally across 11,000 high schools.
Moody High School hosted its groundbreaking ceremony for the new Moody High School on Friday, April 29, featuring key Moody leaders Mayor Joe Lee, state representative Jim Hill, and Executive Director of the Moody Chamber of Commerce Andrea Machen.
The Pell City Board of Education recently named Patrick Dowell as principal for its Pre-K center, a school that has not been opened or even named yet.
ODENVILLE — The St. Clair County Board of Education met for its regular meeting Tuesday. During the meeting, the board discussed filling the position of transportation coordinator after the system’s most recent director left.
ODENVILLE — Art students at St. Clair County High School enjoyed a unique experience in learning about not just art, but the world of trading priceless works.
ODENVILLE — The Springville Area Rotary Club has named St. Clair County High School students Ty Ragsdale and Emily Ingle as its Students of the Month for April.
ODENVILLE — The St. Clair County Board of Education once again talked in depth about the overcrowding issues at its schools such as Springville during its meeting Tuesday.
Springville’s Libby Thornton has been named the winner of the Rick Bragg feature writing award. As a result, she will be receiving the J.B. Stevenson scholarship worth $2,500.
The St. Clair County Historical Society held an awards ceremony for its 34th annual Fourth Grade History Fair at the Springville Museum of City History on March 2.
Currently, both state and federal dollars follow students who leave traditional schools and enroll in charter schools, but local dollars do not. The bill would only moves county level money, not city funding.
The record spending plan increases education funding by about $502 million over the current year and has drawn praise from education officials for its increases, including in teacher salaries and workforce development.
Maddie Barfield of Moody and Jonah Carden of Ashville were selected as regional winners of the AHSAA Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete scholarship worth $3,000 each. The students selected for this honor have displayed excellence in both athletics and in the classroom.
Senate Bill 171, the Alabama Numeracy Act, creates an Office of Mathematics Improvement within the Alabama State Department of Education with a director appointed by the state superintendent.
PELL CITY — Pell City Schools Educational Foundation recently honored those who took part in donating a total of $30,000 to the program. Three local businesses contributed $10,000 each in an effort to directly benefit Pell City Schools.
The St. Clair County High School St. Clarion yearbook staff has received both national and state-wide recognition for its most recent yearbook edition.
Individual school winners competed Thursday morning in the St. Clair County Spelling Bee at Springville Middle School. Savannah Lee from Duran South Junior High in Pell City took the title this year and moves on to the state contest.
The 2021 St. Clair County spelling bee runner-up, Savannah Lee, made a triumph return to win this year's St. Clair County spelling bee. The deciding word: sophomoric.