A first grade teacher at Crossville Elementary is calling on any teachers who have personal days they can donate as she stands by her husband’s side as he battles for his life at Vanderbilt.
Pre-registration for the Pre-K Program in Scottsboro City Schools has begun. This nationally recognized first class Pre-K program is already preparing for another exciting year.
Jason Davidson was named the principal at the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology (EPCOT) at the Jackson County Board of Education meeting Thursday evening. Davidson, who is currently the principal at Skyline High School, will take over at EPCOT on March 30.
Teachers at Scottsboro Junior High School will receive training this summer in preparation for the implementation of a more vigorous curriculum for their students beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year.
A senior at Scottsboro High School has won the 2019-2020 VFW Voice of Democracy essay contest at the state level after taking the top spot in the post and district competitions.
Scottsboro High School English Teacher Amanda Wilbanks was able to provide her students with the opportunity for a video chat with Erin Gruwell, teacher and one of the founders of the Freedom Writers Foundation.
As teachers in the Jackson County School System returned to work after the holiday break, many found themselves spending their first day away from their home school.
Jacksonville State University named 2,216 students to the President's and Deans' Lists for their outstanding academic performance during the Fall 2019 semester. Honorees included:
Jackson County Schools teamed up with The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) nursing and Systems Management and Production Center (SMAP) to host a Mass Casualty Simulation/Training for nurses, teachers and administrators on Monday. County Schools Superintendent Kevin Dukes said the training was “eye-opening.”
The Jackson County Board of Education approved the purchase of the spec building and 30 acres of land located in the Jackson County industrial Park at its meeting on Dec. 19. The board purchased the building and land in Hollywood for a total of $850,000.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) nursing and Systems Management and Production Center (SMAP) are teaming up to bring a Mass Casualty Simulation/Training Day to Nurses and teachers in Jackson County. The training will take place at the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology on Jan. 6.
Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) will offer the Google IT Support Professional Certificate starting in January. This certificate serves as a credential that can be used on the pathway to acquire a job as a Computer Specialist, a field in which there are an estimated 215,000 openings in the United States.
Getting people together to decorate cookies for Christmas is always a fun time. This tradition starts with the adults inviting the children to decorate cookies.
If you need help getting into the Christmas spirit this year, take a ride to Section High School. SHS teacher Susan Stockman and her seniors got things going with the third annual Senior Christmas Village this week.
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.