February 8, 2018 RSS feed / Education

Scholarships presented

Left, Clarke County Cattlewomen’s President Ann Harrison is shown with this year’s scholarship recipients. From left: Katherine Lee Bishop, Tayla Wood and Noah Gibbons. More...

Ramirez chosen Teacher of the Year

Lauren Ramirez, formerly of Jackson, was honored at an award ceremony on Jan. 27 as Secondary Education Teacher of the Year for Phenix City Schools. She will now compete for Alabama Teacher of the Year. More...

Girl Scouts tour fire station

Earlier this week, the Cadettes from Girl Scout Troop No. 8728 toured the Downtown Fire Station and learned about Volunteer Fire Fighting and the importance of volunteering in their community. More...

Chamber cat

Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Katie Clark and Jennifer Jones are seeking help from the community in naming their new cat. More...

Poarch Creek Scholarship now open for applications

Established in 2015, the Poarch Creek Indian Community Scholarship fund, through The Community Foundation of South Alabama, awards a minimum of one scholarship annually to a male and one scholarship annually to a female residing in Alabama or the pan More...

New programs will allow JMS to take learning to another level

Jackson Middle School students will soon be testing their skills at the highest level.  Partnerships with the Huntsville Space and Rocket Center and NASA will give students the opportunity to help astronauts solve some of their pressing problems More...

Compare award letters to find best college deal

Most high school seniors headed for college will soon be receiving financial aid award letters. More...

Miss Wiggins, Mr. Ott announce wedding plans

Lesley Wiggins and Hank Ott have chosen April 7, 2018 as the date for their wedding.  Miss Wiggins is the daughter of Glenda Covert of Fairhope and the late Clifford Covert and the late Randall Wiggins. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. More...

Students of the Month

Gillmore Elementary School recently announced its January Students of the Month. More...

Poster contest winners

McIntosh High School recently conducted a poster contest recognizing February as Career and Technical Education Month. More...