By Ashley Oliver Correspondent Three Chambers Academy faculty members won awards at last week’s Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Education Awards dinner. Teachers from all schools in Chambers County were recognized at the event.
A Honor Roll 9th Vicki Dong Vakiya Story Shemaria Vines 10th Marcus Curry Jalan Drummond 11th Aaziyah Brooks Nicholas Fell Jaelin Mccurdy Mekevion Shealey Markevious Tolbert A & B Honor Roll 8th Jacquez McElrath 9th Justin Baggett Jordan Carter Kenneth Davis Ashanti Phillips Latravious Thomas Tyia Trammell Ariana Wright Da’ Juania Ka’ Wright 10th Corey […]
Students at Fairfax Elementary School are enjoying a new experience this year through participation in a program designed to instill academic and behavioral success while also creating a sense of family and community. At the beginning of the current school year, the entire student body was randomly divided into four “Houses,” each one representing concepts […]
The faculty at Valley High School recently participated in a unique week-long team building exercise that included mystery missions with hidden clues, riddles, trivia, jokes, and various competitions. Simply referred to as “The Contest,” participants were required to strategize, communicate, and come together as a team to solve the mystery and win a secret grand […]
Three winners in the Fredonia Heritage Essay Contest received their awards at a recognition dinner at Five Points School Saturday evening. Taylor and Combs are eighth graders and Tucker is in seventh grade at Five Points. A cash prize of $100 went to first place, $60 went to second place and $40 to third. The annual contest […]
By Alton Mitchell Correspondent The 2017 high school football season at Lanett High School continues to be a memorable season that will go down in the history books. The significance of the historic championship season was recognized by local officials at Monday evenings County Commission meeting as a proclamation was delivered outlining the iconic season. […]
On Monday, February 26, 2018, a representative from Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc. visited the Chambers County Career Technical Center. He discussed two programs with the students that would help them go to college as well gain employment with Mercedes Benz. He also toured the campus and discussed needed skills with the teachers.
The Chambers County School District will conduct kindergarten registration the week of March 5 – 9, 2018. Any child whose fifth birthday is on or before September second is entitled to admission. Parents or guardians must provide proof of residence within each child’s school attendance zone, which may include any two of the following: Property […]
On February 8th, twenty-two Chambers County Career and Technical Education students got a taste of professional life through job shadowing a career field of interest. Students from LaFayette, Lanett and Valley High Schools participated in this year’s Job Shadow Day. The opportunity was open to juniors, and students were chosen to participate via an application […]
By Ashley Oliver Correspondent Chambers Academy held its science fair last week awarding several well deserved students the opportunity to take their projects to the district level. Blake Sheppard, Kelsey Oliver, Audra Slay, Peyton Lamb, Logan Broome and Holli Traffenstaft were school winners in the 10th-12th grade divisions. Natalie Lovelace, Jenna Fuller, Lauren Fuller, Hayden […]