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.
During Thursday’s Scottsboro City Schools called board meeting, the board announced the hires of two new assistant principals, Jason Amos for Caldwell Elementary School and Allyn Russell for Scottsboro High School.
A Jackson County native is the newest medical professions instructor at the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology (EPCOT). Amanda Adkins is excited about this opportunity.
In an effort to help area high school students improve their ACT scores, the IMPACT Learning Center coordinated with a local high school teacher to provide a one week crash course. Scottsboro High School teacher Beth Strickland instructed the students.The students met last week each morning from 9 a.m. until noon at the IMPACT Learning Center.
A summer feeding program is available for children aged 18 and under with locations in Scottsboro and throughout Jackson County. This program is a way to provide nutritious meals for children when school is out for the summer. It is free to these children.
Every year Hollywood Elementary School draws one student’s name at the last school assembly from the container filled with the names of all students who were caught doing the right thing throughout the year. That lucky student receives a new bicycle donated for this purpose by Walmart.
As part of a living Wax Museum project in his fourth grade class for teacher Kayla Massey, Section student Carson Wright portrayed the famous professional baseball player Babe Ruth.
After being given a breakdown from Raymond James on the differences between getting a bond through the city vs seeking a bond on their own, Scottsboro City Schools decided on Monday to use the city to get their bond to fund their capital projects plan.
Two area high school senior girls have been chosen as recipients of this year’s scholarship presented by the Alpha Phi Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa. They are Cindel Myers, Section High School and Abbie McMillan, Scottsboro High School.
A young lady who will be heading off to Northeast Alabama Community College to continue her education has been awarded the 2022 Elaine B. Slater P.R.I.D.E. (Personal Responsibility in Daily Excellence) Leadership Scholarship. North Sand Mountain senior Emily Middlebrooks has been named as this year’s scholarship recipient.
Students at Bridgeport Elementary School were among the nearly 80,000 participants who put pencil to paper to participate in the Zaner-Bloser Handwriting Contest.
After Thursday’s Scottsboro City Schools board of education meeting, Scottsboro City Schools Superintendent Amy Childress introduced Bryce West as the new principal at Nelson Elementary School. West currently works as the assistant principal at Albertville Kindergarten and Pre-K.
For the first time since the COVID pandemic, college music programs in the state are opening their doors to high school and junior high band students to allow them to get an authentic experience of being a part of collegiate band programs. Students from both Scottsboro Junior High, Collins Intermediate, and North Jackson High school applied themselves and took advantage of these great opportunities.
Nashville is coming to Northeast on Saturday, May 21. Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) is excited to host a songwriters’ night of music on campus featuring Nashville Songwriters’ Hall of Fame member Gretchen Peters. The opening act will feature the fiddle, guitar playing and twang singing Joshua “Mr. Jukebox” Hedley. The concert will be held at 7 p.m. in the Tom Bevill Lyceum on NACC’s campus.
During Thursday’s called board meeting, the Scottsboro City Schools board of education voted to unanimously approve some revised capital projects. The projects listed include classroom additions to Caldwell Elementary, artificial turf to be placed on both the baseball and softball fields for Scottsboro High School, an approximately 10,000 sq. feet auxiliary gym to be built at Caldwell, a designated turf field for both the band and soccer teams to be built on the SHS campus and a 10,000 sq. feet multipurpose building at SHS for cheer, weight rooms and strength and conditioning.
The Jackson County School System was well represented at the recent Alabama State Beta Convention. A number of students captured top awards earning them an invitation to compete at the National Beta Convention this summer in Nashville, Tennessee.
The drum major for the North Jackson High School Marching Band was selected as a member of the Alabama Band Association Red Band. Sydney Lacy recently represented her school and community well as she performed in the annual concert.
On Monday, Northeast Alabama Community College was in the midst of an exciting announcement for the community college. The new workforce development would be a “gamechanger” for NACC as well as Northeast Alabama. During the middle of the press conference, a couple of loud huffs could be hear…
The Scottsboro-Jackson Heritage Center is announcing the annual Walt Hammer Scholarship for 2022 is open to all high school seniors in Jackson County and Scottsboro City Schools.
In the lobby of the Tom Bevill Lyceum on Monday, Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) President Dr. David Campbell stood and announced the new Workforce Development Center. The project will help to facilitate both business and industry trading needs in northeast Alabama.
The Beta Club is relatively new to Scottsboro High School, and this year was the first time for the Beta members to attend the Alabama State Beta Convention.
The Northeast Alabama Community College’s English and Fine Arts Division announced that on April 7, the college will hold its annual Arts and Humanities Speakers’ Forum.
You can help a group of students at Collins Intermediate School with their kindness project just by purchasing a chance on a couple of baskets they have put together.
Scottsboro Junior High School has announced the Students of the Month for February. Andrew Mason was chosen as the seventh grade student, and Abigail Shelton was named the eighth grade student.
Time is running out to apply for the Nursing Program at Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC). Applications for the Nursing Program will be accepted until March 31, 2022. Students accepted during this application cycle will make up the Fall 2022 cohort of nursing students.