August 20, 2009 RSS feed / Education

Armistead graduates from Army ROTC training course

Charles A. Armistead has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) Leader's Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. More...

New staff at JMS

Jackson Middle School welcomed several new faces to its staff. More...

Hoven graduates

Christy Hoven, daughter of Martha and Danny Hoven of Salitpa, recently graduated from the University of South Alabama with a bachelor of science in nursing. She is a graduate of Jackson High School. More...

Enrollment up 25 percent at Coffeeville High School

Coffeeville High School's enrollment stood at an even 200 last Friday, up from the 150 predicted for the K-12 facility school in July. That's a 25 percent increase. More...

Class of 2010 starts school year with a splash

Jackson High School seniors were honored at a "back-to-school" luau Saturday, Aug. 15 at the home of Nicole Beck in Salitpa. Water slides, water guns and water balloons helped keep things cool during the afternoon cookout. More...

Dates to remember

• The HIPPY Clarke County program is beginning its third year of service. Pre-service training for parent educators will be Aug. 24-26 in the HIPPY office/conference room at 120 Court St. in Grove Hill. More...

Class reunions announced

• Graduates of Coffeeville High School and Clarke County Training School will have their first alumni meeting Aug. 21, 6 p.m. at the school. For more information call Veronica Stewart, 246-5312; or Derick Pugh, 455-3699. More...

Hartley awarded associate's degree

On Aug. 9, 2009, Tammy Hartley of Jackson was awarded an associate's degree in applied science from Bishop State Community College. The awarding of this degree enabled Hartley to successfully complete the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. More...