KILLEN — Brooks Elementary third- and sixth-grade students had the opportunity Monday to learn about the construction trades at the school's Construction Career Day.
Colbert Heights High’s Noah Sanderson was selected as an alternate for this year’s U.S. Senate Youth Program, which is held in March in Washington, D.C.
FLORENCE — The University of North Alabama was host to the inaugural Alabama Higher Education Science of Reading Symposium on Friday, which is designed to bring together faculty from across Alabama to share research, best practices and ideas for supporting the science of reading with preserv…
FLORENCE — Three Florence City Schools facilities are getting upgrades, including a new roof at the high school and improved entrances at Weeden and Harlan elementary schools.
The Lauderdale County Commission and the county's board of education split the cost of school resource officer (SRO) salaries throughout the district.
CHEROKEE — A Huntsville geotechnical firm on Wednesday dug several test pits around Cherokee High School, and explored areas beneath the auditorium floor to help determine the source of water that has been infiltrating school buildings.
WATERLOO — Waterloo School could have its own outdoor classroom by summer, thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority and logistical help from the Alabama Wildlife Federation.
FLORENCE — Since Alabama's teacher shortage is a continual concern, the University of North Alabama in partnership with South Korea's Ministry of Education is taking steps to help remedy the situation.
FLORENCE — The Florence City Schools LAUNCH Program recognized its partner businesses and industries Monday night, as well as was recognized for a prestigious statewide honor.
Preregistration for First Class Pre-K in the Florence City School System is open now until March 23, according to the school system.
Laura Beth Cole became a regular blood donor as a student. After she began teaching health science at Sheffield High School in 2018, she became passionate about hosting her department’s bi-annual blood drive through LifeSouth Shoals Community Blood Center.
MONTGOMERY — Following her inauguration remarks about improving education in her second term, Gov. Kay Ivey last week signed four executive orders related to student learning.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Northwest-Shoals Community College is hosting its first student information session this month to share details of the new Alabama Career Essentials program.