LINCOLN -- Leeds swept Westminster-Oak Mountain in two sets (25-20, 25-18) to win the Lincoln Varsity Invitational Volleyball Tournament on Saturday.
ODENVILLE – Before school started throughout St. Clair County this week, several Odenville principals and teachers got aboard a school bus last week, going throughout the community passing out candy and treats to students and also welcoming them back to school.
After 43 years of teaching in the St. Clair County school system, Betty Gunn is retiring. She has always taught in the Odenville community, teaching at St. Clair County School when she started in 1975.
For the fifth year in a row, St Clair County’s High School Culinary Arts program can claim a state championship. Located at Moody High School, the team recently won the Alabama ProStart State Competition in Culinary Management.
The Alabama Department of Education on Friday released its latest list of schools deemed as "failing" under the Alabama Accountability Act, and no schools in the Consolidated Publishing coverage area were on it.
ODENVILLE – With Mike Howard taking over as St. Clair County Schools superintendent in the next few days, school officials did not have to look far for his replacement as principal at St. Clair County High School.
The St. Clair County Conservation District, St. Clair County 4-H, and Career Coach Leann Ford, with the St. Clair County School System, teamed up to conduct the inaugural St. Clair County Farm Day during a recent two-day event.
PELL CITY -- Pell City High School Job Coach Joyce White was recognized at Tuesday night’s Board of Education meeting after it was announced that she had won the Greater Etowah Governor’s Committee Advocate of the Year award.
With the 2018-19 academic year a couple of weeks away from starting, the St. Clair County school system has been busy getting teachers in place.
ASHVILLE – For the sixth consecutive year, summer school is being held at Eden Career Tech Center. Principal Adrianne Dodgen said summer school started June 4, and will end July 13, for 76 students in grades 5-12.
ASHVILLE – Take a look around Ashville Elementary School – inside and out. When teachers and students return for the new school year, they will notice a change, a good change, thanks to a lot of hard work from volunteers last Saturday.
The 2018 senior class at Moody High School graduated Thursday, May 17 at the Church of Brook Hills. On the same night, the Moody Lady Blue Devils softball team was competing for the Class 5A state championship. There are nine senior softball players for Moody. After the game, they were surpr…
There is change in the air, can you feel it? It lies subtle and thick above us, pressing on our shoulders and on our hearts, leaving us with a dread and a nostalgic anticipation. It's the graduation of our seniors, the day our babies will say goodbye to high school and say hello to life. The…
The St. Clair County High’s Student Government Association attended the state SGA Conference recently, and earned several awards. Senior Taylor England won the state SGA Speech Competition for the second year in a row. Her speech was based on the topic “In what ways will you pledge leadershi…
RAGLAND -- When the Class of 2018 graduates from Ragland High School later this month, it will mark the end of school days for Hope Johns and all of her classmates for the past 13 years.
The Odenville Middle School Student Government Association and Schoolwide Leadership Team recently attended the Alabama Student Council's State Conference at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
The St. Clair County Honor Bands performed Saturday at the Ragland High School gymnasium. Every high school in St. Clair County was represented. The middle school honor band played first under the direction of David Caddell, who has taught middle school band in Alabama public schools for 13 …
ODENVILLE – After his older sister won the St. Clair County History Fair several years ago, Nicholas Barclay was determined he would do the same.
Coosa Valley Elementary School History Fair winners were first place, Colt Carder, right, who built The Kitchen; second place, Jaiden Johnson, center, who built Logan Martin Dam; and third place, Briley Goodgame, left, who built a model of the original Goodgame office.
The Iola Roberts Elementary School History Fair winners are, from left, first place, Carsen Norris (John Looney House); second place, Aubrey Jones (Harkey's Chapel Methodist Church); third place, Myles Henderson (First Baptist Church Pell City); and honorable mention, Jarrett Doran (Cropwell…