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1,160 earn Auburn degrees

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Leath presides over first graduation as Auburn confers more than 1,000 degrees. Auburn University today conferred 1,160 graduate and undergraduate degrees during the first two ceremonies of President Steven Leath’s tenure. “This ceremony represents the closing of a transformative chapter in your academic pursuits, and the beginning of a new chapter of great promise and […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

Lunch guidelines announced

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Chambers County School System announced its policy for free and reduced-price meals for children served in schools under the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program. Local schools officials have adopted the household size and income criteria for determining eligibility as displayed here. They may apply by completing the application forms sent home with […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

CA cheerleaders prepare for cheer camp

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By: Ashley Oliver- Correspondent The 2017-2018 Chambers Academy Cheerleaders are gearing up for one of the most important activities of the season, cheer camp. Camp is where they learn new cheer routines, compete against other squads and individually compete for special awards. Chambers Academy cheerleaders will be attending the AISA UCA camp at Huntington College […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

SUSCC offers academic boot camp

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Southern Union State Community College saved potential students approximately $13,000 in tuition last year. That is the amount of tuition that students avoided paying as a result of completing the college’s Academic Boot Camp which helped them test out of developmental classes that otherwise would have been required. “Boot camp is an intense discipline focused […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

Top readers rewarded

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By Ashley Oliver- Correspondent Reading is important at Chambers Academy and it’s competitive. 7 students ranging from Kindergarten through 6th grades were recently rewarded for their hard work all year long with a day out of school and lots of fun activities. Pictured above from left to right are the students who read the most […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

Board upholds decision

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The Chambers County Board of Education decided to have the Valley High School band director remain on unpaid leave throughout the rest of the school year at a meeting held last Wednesday. During Wednesday’s school board meeting the fate of the Valley High School band director was discussed. Shannon Chandler was held accountable for an […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court