Childersburg High School was host to the annual Talladega County Schools Technology Showcase. 17 schools and students of all ages presented projects using and demonstrating the technology tools they use in class each day.
B. B. Comer Memorial High School seniorRayna Herringdinewas chosen as a winner in the America’s First Federal Credit Union & ABC 33/40 “First Class Student of the Week” contest. (Read More)
Nikolas Gage Smith
Nikolas Gage Smith has been chosen as the winner in the LHS "First Class Student of the Week" contest for the 2014-2015 school year. This contest honors the students that go above and beyond to make their school the best it can be.
2015 Talladega County Schools Spelling Bee Champ
Shelby Wales, a sophomore at Fayetteville High School, will be serving as the 2015-2016 Lieutenant Governor for Division 11 of Key Club International. Shelby is also involved in F.B.L.A., Beta Club, Student Government, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plays on the softball, volleyball, and cross country teams and holds a position on ‘A’ Honor Roll.
Award Winning Teachers
Mrs. Shannon Hill
PBS has selected Mrs. Hill as one of only seventy PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators for 2015 out of hundreds of applications from highly qualified educators. Mrs. Hill strives to bring new and outstanding learning opportunities to her students at Lincoln Elementary.
3 Turnaround Tips for High Schools With Low Graduation Rates
The Munford Elementary School Desk to 5K club held a color run at the school Friday morning.
The club emphasizes exercise and fitness, and the color run was the culmination of the club’s school year project. The was the first year for the color run, and it may become an annual event.
Munford High Rocks Science!
13 students from Munford High School students presented at the Regional Alabama Junior Academy of Science at Jacksonville State University on February 19th. Six of these students, Tucker Jones, Tabitha Hood, Megan Hendrix, Paige Harles, Olivia Harles, and Christian Caldwell won an invitation to go to stat and will be presenting March 12 and 13th at the Alabama Junior Academy of Science at West Alabama University.
Munford Elementary - Teaching Nature's Way
Students scamper into Munford Elementary School each morning beneath a ceiling of stalactites, past rock-like walls. Their innocent laughter mingles with the sound of trickling water as they make their way down a pebbled path to their classrooms.
It's been called one of the most innovative schools in America. Every nook and cranny pays tribute to the Talladega National Forest that sits practically at its back door, from the faux longleaf pines along the walls to a 250-gallon aquarium containing native fish.
Cafeteria walls serve as murals for lush scenes of the nearby national forest, allowing the children "to have the illusion of having a picnic at lunch," principal Brooke Morgan says.
Munford Elementary and its unique emphasis on environmental themes originated in 2000 when a tax referendum to build two new schools in the area led to some creative thinking. (Read More)
Sycamore Elementary National Title 1 Distinguished School
Sycamore Elementary School has been recognized as a National Title 1 Distinguished School. Sycamore Elementary School is one of only two in the state to receive this honor and has earned the distinction of being one of just 100 schools throughout the nation to receive this honor and be recognized for exceptional student achievement in 2014.
Lincoln High School’s Future Farmers of America Go Above and Beyond
Lincoln High School’s Future Farmers of America have been active during the 2014-15 academic year. One of the organization’s many community service projects for the year was the Adopt-A-Soldier Program, where members assembled care packages to be sent overseas.
Drew Middle School Finishes Strong for March of Dimes
Drew Middle School was recently recognized by March of Dimes for their March for Babies event and World Prematurity Day rally. Drew Middle School earned recognition as the 2nd largest school fundraising total. All together, they raised $4,464.75 for an amazing cause.