Cold Springs' 'drunk driving' simulation
Recently, the Cold Springs Family and Consumer Classes participated in a “drunk driving” and texting simulation. The students have been learning about alcohol and its effects on the changes in families.
Wallace State celebrated Native American Heritage Month
Wallace State Community College celebrated Native American Heritage Month in November by hosting former student LaShanda April Bremer-Bennett, a proud member of the Navajo tribe.
Bremer-Bennett grew up in Gallup, N.M., where the largest concentration of the Navajo nation still resides. Since 2006, Bremer-Bennett has alternated living in both Alabama and New Mexico after meeting some Alabamians through summer Bible school camps on her reservation.
Alabama Community College System marks 50th anniversary with alumni scholarship contest
To mark the 50th anniversary of its founding, the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) is launching a scholarship contest that aims to capture inspiring real-life stories of success from former students of its 26 colleges.
Hanceville High School's October Students/Teachers of the Month
Hanceville High School selected October Students of the Month.
Sacred Heart students learn about Thanksgiving
Sacred Heart School’s K-4 students recently learned about Thanksgiving. They dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans and had a great Thanksgiving feast.
Good Hope Primary School's students for first nine weeks honor roll
Here is a look at the honor roll students for the first nine weeks:
Cold Springs Elementary's first nine weeks honor roll
Here are the students, grades 1-6, who made the honor for the first nine weeks:
West Elementary's first semester honor roll
Here's a look at West Elementary students who made the honor roll for the first semester:
Continuing education courses offered at Wallace State
Wallace State Community College’s Continuing Education program is providing a number of opportunities to learn new skills or receive necessary certification. The classes offer everything from cupcake decorating, to CPR, piano or computer skills. These courses range from one-day classes to a two-month online course.
National Honor Society induction ceremony held at St. Bernard Prep
Seventeen students were inducted into the National Honor Society recently at St. Bernard Preparatory School in Cullman. Honor Society Advisor Margaret Hinson welcomed all parents, students and faculty in attendance and congratulated each student for their achievements.
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