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The Scottsboro Rotary Club heard from Debbie Barclay about the progress already made in Jackson County with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.  Over a thousand area children have already been registered to received books through this program.

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The Employees of the Month for September and October at EPCOT (Earnest Pruett Center of Technology) have been announced. These students are Madison Short and Reed Potter.

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School leaders give update on local school systems

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Dolly Parton Imagination Library becomes reality in Jackson County

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Students at Northeast Alabama Community College will vie for the title of Miss Northeast Alabama Community College 2023 on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.

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Northeast Alabama Community College Theatre is starting its new season off with a BANG by producing the popular play The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical. The play features flying effects (including people!), a live band, nineteen wonderful musical numbers from pounding pop rock to…

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Scottsboro High School’s Junior Civitan Club is taking donations for their upcoming silent auction,  This is their only fundraiser, and they are hoping it will be as successful as it has been the past three years

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On Wednesday morning, the Jackson County Board of Education held a media blitz to commemorate their start to the Alabama Multi-Tier Systems of Support (AL-MTSS), a comprehensive framework that interconnects academic, behavioral, physical, mental health and wellness and social-emotional needs to support the ‘whole child’. The system is intended to improve instruction as well as support at all levels. Jackson County Schools will be joining as part of Cohort 1.

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Bridgeport Elementary School has formed its first ever Junior Beta Club with 17 fourth graders inducted into the club during a special ceremony last week. Principal Ashley Lee is excited to have this club at her school.

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Jason Davidson has been named as the Jackson County Superintendent of Education. The announcement was made at this week’s meeting of the Jackson County Board of Education. 

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On Thursday, 9:45 a.m., Timothy Alexander spoke to Pisgah High School for the first time in four years. It’s the start of a speaking tour to all the Jackson County School district. Alexander spoke to Pisgah that morning, then headed to Section for another session there. He returns at a currently undetermined time and date in October for North Sand Mountain and North Jackson and finishes with Woodville and Skyline in November.

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Two students at Scottsboro Junior High School have been named as the August Students of the Month.  The seventh grade student who received this honor is Edgar Pacheco, and Noah Tolleson is the eighth grade student selected.

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A new club is generating a lot of interest among the students at North Sand Mountain this year.  More than 30 students came to the first meeting of the Sign Language Club, and the numbers seem to be growing.  Students are excited to learn sign language.

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Second graders in Jackson County Schools and the fifth graders at Collins Intermediate School had a loud and exciting assembly last week as the Super Citizen Program came for the kickoff program.

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Scottsboro High School has a new assistant principal and business education teacher. There are also several new employees who will work at more than just one school.  Also, there is a new employee at the central office.

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As students return to school this year, they will see some new faces at each of the Scottsboro City Schools.  This week we are featuring the new faces at Nelson and Caldwell Elementary Schools.

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Cheyenne Bennett is running for Place 2 on the Scottsboro City Board of Education. Bennett qualified for the upcoming Aug. 23 municipal election, saying she would love an opportunity to serve her community in this capacity.

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School starts soon, and it’s time to make sure our children have enough to eat

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With the start of school right around the corner, Alabama’s 17th annual back-to-school tax holiday is set for July 15-17, marking the sixth time the annual tax holiday will take place during the third weekend of July.

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Dr. Angela Guess wasted little time going to work as the interim superintendent of the Jackson County School System minutes after the board of education named her to the position Wednesday morning.

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The Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) Theatre will perform The Zoo Story on July 8-10, and July 15-17, 2022. Performances on Friday and Saturday nights will be held at 7:00 p.m. Sunday’s performances will be matinées at 2:00 p.m. The performances will be at the Tom Bevill Lyceum located on the NACC main campus.