Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) will host the performance of Romeo + Juliet by the world renowned Alabama Ballet on Friday, Feb. 14, at 7 p.m. in the Tom Bevill Lyceum.
A Jackson County high school student enrolled in the drafting program has been selected as the Student of the Month for November at EPCOT (Earnest Pruett Center of Technology).
Some 675 Jackson County Schools fifth and second grade students and their teachers filled the auditorium at Stevenson Middle for the culmination of their ten week Super Citizen Program.
The fifth-graders at Collins Intermediate School recently completed a 10-week Super Citizen Program. At the end of the course, they had a special ceremony where they honored some hometown heroes.
The Jackson County Board of Education approved the purchase of six 2021 Blue Bird buses in the amount of $549,982 at its regular meeting Thursday evening.
Northeast Alabama Community College participated this past weekend in the Alabama Community College System’s effort to promote the continuous beautification of the state by picking up trash on College Road. The Alabama Community College System joined the state’s bicentennial efforts by leading this initiative.
Nelson Elementary School Principal Scott Hodges has released the names of those students who maintained perfect attendance for the first nine weeks of school. There were four pre-k students and 23 kindergarteners who were present every day.
During halftime at the North Jackson vs Arab football game Friday night, North Jackson High School will be recognizing teachers and students for their hard work resulting in 13 qualifying AP scores.
The week of Nov. 4-8 is College Application Week in Alabama and counselors in the Jackson County and Scottsboro City Schools are encouraging seniors to take advantage of this opportunity.
The public is invited to attend this year’s Bridgeport Hall of Success Induction Ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 2, in the Kenneth Storey Gymnasium at Bridgeport Middle School.
High school freshmen from all Jackson County schools and Scottsboro High School learned about many career opportunities at the ninth annual Career Exploration Opportunities (CEO) expo Thursday.
It’s never too early to being preparing for the future. On Thursday, Oct. 9, ninth graders from every school in Jackson County will attend the Career Exploration Opportunities (CE0) Expo, held at the Jackson County Fairgrounds.
More than 500 gifted musicians and auxiliary were selected for Jacksonville State University's prestigious band program, the Marching Southerners, for Fall 2019.
See You At The Pole is an annual student led day of prayer that gives students of all ages an opportunity to join together. They meet at their school’s flagpole and pray for their school, nation, community, and each other.
Scottsboro High School Principal Rob Paradise has announced the homecoming schedule for this year, beginning Thursday, Oct. 10 with the annual bonfire at Trammell Stadium, beginning at 7 p.m.
The Scottsboro High School Class of 1960 will be honoring one of its most accomplished classmates at its 6othclass reunion. Dr. S. Davis Worley will be honored on Oct. 11, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Scottsboro City Board of Education.
Jackson County Commission Chairman Tim Guffey received a letter last week from Jackson County Schools Superintendent Kevin Dukes saying the Jackson County Board of Education was prepared to lease the Paint Rock Valley campus to the Paint Rock Valley board once an official board was formed.
Fifth graders at Collins Intermediate School and second graders in all Jackson County Schools had a special treat this week at their Super Citizen Kickoffs. The fifth and sixth graders at North Sand Mountain are also participating in the program this year.
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.