Jackson County DHR is set to move into Brownwood Elementary School on Oct. 1, and the Scottsboro City Schools Board of Education is getting ready for the move.
There are some new people in Jackson County schools this school year. These not only include teachers and principals, but also lunchroom workers, custodians, bus drivers, and other support personnel who are important to the running of the school system. The new employees attended an orientation prior to their official first day of work.
Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) invites the public to attend an exhibit on loan from the Birmingham Public Library entitled, “Alabama Illustrated: Engravings from 19th Century Newspapers.”
Scottsboro High School Junior Brianna McDonald was recently elected to the position of Lieutenant Governor of Division One of the Alabama Key Club.
Seventh graders entering Scottsboro Junior High School this year had an opportunity to meet some upperclassmen and learn about their new school during Camp Junior Cats. This was a new event for the students planned by Counselor Leigh Petty who hopes this will lead to a better start for thes…
The faculty at Scottsboro High School had a special guest at their first meeting for this school year. Retired educator Joyce Kennamer spoke to the teachers about caring for the students.
When Michelle Norwood’s son Hunter turned 17 she faced a familiar dilemma for parents of teenagers-- how her son would contribute to the world.
Teachers from Jackson County and Scottsboro City Schools took advantage of professional development opportunities this month. Several workshops haven offered to educators by IMPACT Learning Center.
Fall semester at Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) is fast approaching. Early registration is going on now by appointment. Contact your advisor today in person or online, or the Admissions Office for assistance.
For the past seven years, members of First United Methodist Church of Scottsboro have gathered in front of each school in Scottsboro for the ‘Blessing of the Schools’ before the start of a new school year.
The City of Scottsboro is hosting a Back to School Bash 5K and fun run on Aug. 3, starting at 8 p.m. The Back to School Bash is benefitting the Jackson County Children’s Advocacy Center and Sadye’s Fund.
“Camp Wildcat” freshmen orientation at Scottsboro High School is Thursday, July 25, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Parents may drop off and pick up students at the back gym entrance of the high school.
By popular demand, Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) will once again be hosting a Social Graces Etiquette Seminar for students entering the seventh-grade through those who have just graduated 12th-grade.
The Jackson County Board of Education met Wednesday afternoon, and made several personnel moves. Doug Haynes will be taking over as the new principal at Section High School, while Gene Roberts will become the principal at Rosalie School.
Last week some 30 educators from Jackson and several other Alabama counties participated in one of the Alabama Bicentennial Summer Institutes hosted by IMPACT Learning Center. These educators had three full days of activities and a special celebration on their final day.
Among the outstanding instructors at EPCOT (Earnest Pruett Center of Technology) is Deborah Hilley. She is a health science teacher and advisor to HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America).
Jackson County Board of Education member Charles West said on Monday he thinks the board will make an appointment this week to fill the vacancy left by the death of board member Cecil Gant.
The Jackson County Board of Education could not reach an agreement in an attempt to appoint a replacement for the late Cecil Gant at special called meeting this week. Gant was the representative for District 2.
An iPhone workshop for senior adults is being offered at Northeast Community College (NACC). The workshop will be in three sessions on Mondays, June 10, 17 and 24, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Business Education building, Room 207.
Northeast Alabama Community College President Dr. David Campbell has announced that 399 students made the President’s and Dean’s lists during the spring semester.
One local business is helping to provide Bridgeport Middle School with financial support to help students receive a better education. Southern Heating and Cooling recently donated $2,500 to Bridgeport Middle.
Students from the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology (EPCOT) received numerous awards in the Alabama Skills USA State Competition. The top winners will be competing next month at the National Skills USA Competition in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Jackson County Sentinel is proud of our Scottsboro High School graduate, Kyle Miller, who has been employed by the Sentinel since February. Miller works in the mailroom, helping insert sale papers and prepare bundles for distribution.
With less than a week left in the school year, locations for the free summer lunch program have been announced. It’s easy to forget that many students depend on their school lunches for their nutrition. These students need some fuel to help them stay active during the summer months.
Scottsboro High School’s graduation ceremony on Friday will be streamed live on the Scottsboro Electric Power Board website. The SEPB has partnered with Full Cue Productions and Scottsboro City Schools to sponsor the live streaming.
Pisgah High School was recently awarded a $5,000 grant for a STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) project. This came from the Tennessee Valley Authority in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated (a TVA retiree organization).
Cheyenne Vincent, a senior at Scottsboro High School, began her college career the summer of 2017 right before going into her junior year of high school. As she crosses the stage to receive her high school diploma, she will be walking with 62 college credit hours.
It is time for out of district students to apply to attend Scottsboro City Schools. The Scottsboro City School System began accepting out of district applications on Monday, May 13, and they will continue to accept applications until Thursday, June 20.
The Northeast Alabama Adult Education program will have its annual graduation for recipients of the GED credential and the non-traditional high school diploma on Wednesday, May 15, at 7 p.m., at the Northeast Alabama Agri-Business Center in Rainsville.
North Jackson High School student Lilly Smith won a first place and a third-place award for her art work at the National Beta State Convention. Smith is the state champion in Division I for Onsite Painting and captured third place in Painting.
Most students receive their high school diploma before completing a college degree. However, for Skyline High School senior Cameron Knight that will not be the case.
The Boys & Girls Club of North Alabama is getting ready to open a new facility in Scottsboro for teen and tweens. The opening of “The Spot” will give more local youth a special place to go.
Northeast Alabama Community College’s (NACC) 53rd graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 16, at 7 p.m., at the Northeast Alabama AgriBusiness Center in Rainsville.