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J.P.P. Middle School honors students

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On January 10, 2018, John P. Powell Middle School awarded its students for their outstanding performance for the 2nd 9 weeks of school. These students have worked hard to maintain their grades and exemplify good character. Awards were presented for the following categories: “A” Honor Roll, “A” and “B” Honor Roll, Highest Average, Most Improved, […]

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Hodges wins spelling bee

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Congratulations to John P. Powell Middle School’s 2017-2018 Spelling Bee winners. Students participated in the school-wide Spelling Bee. The Champions are as follows: 1st place – LaMiracle Hodges; 2nd place – Kyndahl Oliver; 3rd place – Emrald Wilkens. Winners will compete in the​ county Spelling Bee on February 8th.

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Drinking dangers shared with Valley High students

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The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board presented a program Friday to students at Valley High School designed to discourage underage drinking. Entitled “Under Age-Under Arrest,” the program was created in 2013, and has been presented at schools across the state. “Underage drinking is a major problem in Alabama,” said Dean Argo, Government Relations Manager for […]

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Time to pre-register for Pre-K

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Online pre-registration applications for the 2018-2019 school year are being accepted January 15 through March 22, 2018. Enrollment is open to all children four years of age on or before September 1, 2018. Enrollees must provide a copy of each child’s birth certificate and proof of residence – either a current utility bill or copy […]

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Kingman makes list

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More than 2,000 students were named to the President’s and Dean’s Lists at Jacksonville State University for their outstanding academic performance during the Fall 2017 semester. Rose Kingman of Lafayette was named to the President’s List. To be named to the President’s List, a student must earn a perfect 4.0 GPA while attending full-time. Full-time […]

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Kirby voted SU queen

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Hannah Kirby of Wedowee was crowned Southern Union’s 2017 Homecoming Queen. Kirby graduated from Randolph County High School and attends Southern Union on a Performing Arts Scholarship for Dance. First runner up to the Homecoming Queen was Callen Brown of Lineville. Other members of Southern Union’s Homecoming Court were Julianna Kelley of Wedowee, MiKayla Jackson […]

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SUSCC students participate in tech challenge

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Students enrolled in the Engineering and Design program of Southern Union State Community College (SUSCC) gained real world experience by partnering with Opelika Utilities in a “Tech Challenge” during fall semester. The semester long project allowed students to collaborate with engineers at Opelika Utilities in creating design concepts. Students were asked to redesign a tool […]

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Two graduate early from LHS

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Lafayettte’s High School students Bianca Howard and Elantavious Foster each completed all their requirements to graduate early and went through a graduation ceremony at the Chambers County Board of Education board room at the monthly meeting which was held at the central office on last Wednesday.  The two students were in their caps and gowns, marched into […]

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