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I am a teacher (ACT Prep, writing) and grant writer at Douglas High School. For many years, I was the primary and elementary music teacher.

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Every student has a unique career pathway. Not every graduating senior is bound for a 4-year university. Many students focus on career technical education, plan to attend a community college, or build skills from on-the-job training, according to the Marshall County Economic Development Council.

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A total of 286 students enrolled in UA Early College during summer semester 2022 at The University of Alabama were named to the director's list with an academic record of 3.6 or higher.

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Snead State Community College’s Public Relations/Marketing team was recognized during the annual Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Pyramid Awards banquet on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

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Four women showed what could be accomplished when they worked hard and had resources at their disposal to help them find success. These four women were the guests of honor at a recent graduation ceremony celebrating the first completers of the Modern Manufacturing for Working Women program a…

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April Purser, audit manager for the State Examiners, gave a brief overview of findings in the Marshall County Board of Education audit report during one of two meetings this week.

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For over a decade, the Medical Prep Program at Marshall Technical School has hosted an annual Pink Glove Dance during the month of October, globally known as "Breast Cancer Awareness Month."

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Guntersville City Schools Supt. Jason Barnett has been named “Superintendent of the Year” for Alabama District 9. As such, he is in the running for “Superintendent of the Year” for the entire state.

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The new 5-year capital plan approved by the City School Board at its last meeting puts the price tag of a new Guntersville High School at $60 million.

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The Guntersville City School Board has honored Guntersville Middle School counselor Calley Kutner for earning the state's "Counseling Program of Distinction" designation.

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Friday nights at Chorba-Lee Stadium are always filled with excitement. The competition on the field, the spirit on the sidelines, and the pageantry of the Crimson Guard makes for an enjoyable evening.

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Guntersville residents might have noticed the images going around lately of the lunches at Guntersville City Schools. The delicious-looking food is beautifully plated and has been having a bit of a “viral” moment on social media.

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Guntersville Middle School had a 2-hour delay getting classes started Monday morning and an unsuspected culprit was to blame.

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Jacob Andrews of Owens Cross Roads was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at University of Maryland Global Campus. To be eligible for the honor, a student must complete at least six credits during the term, earned a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the term, and maintain…

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When I was first hired as the principal at Guntersville High School, I shared a quote that has quickly become a valuable slogan for me in terms of my job and my life. The quote was used as an email tagline from Mrs. Tamara Rowell, a teacher at Geraldine High School. It simply states, "To be …

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It has been a busy summer of upgrades in the Guntersville City School system. Maintenance director Jeff Mims talked about it at Monday night’s City School Board meeting and had a slide show to add a visual element for the Board members.

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This summer, 165 University of Alabama students are receiving hands-on, innovative and advanced educational experiences with dozens of companies and organizations across the United States through UA's Cooperative Education Program.

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These Marshall County students have received scholarships to attend Snead State Community College, in addition to the county students and Guntersville students who were listed earlier:

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The Arab FCCLA brought home first in the nation. Pictured are, from left, bottom, Haley Nickel, Emma Stewart, Savannah Mooney, Elise Mayberry, Aubrey Elrod, Claire Cantrell and Nevaeh Nickel; back, Brandi Cantrell, Ella Phillips, Lily Wagner, Tatum Monroe, Aliza Kalber, Aidan Cox and Dawson …

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GHS Anchor Club members Cera Fortner, Caroline Smith and Katelyn Collins recently attended the Anchor International Leadership Summit in Rochester, NY.

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15 and 14-year-old sisters DeZaray and Zakiya Richey and their club the Canvas Queens Girls Club are leading a drive to help kids who need school supplies. They’re seeking donations for the drive.

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Snead State Community College had 11 students to attend the 2022 FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference in Chicago.

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KDS DAR School is pleased to share that after years of serious structural issues and incorrectly constructed dimensions, the school’s track is being demolished to make way for a new state-of-the-art track and field complex.

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Brindlee Mountain High School and Arab High School attended the National Leadership Conference in San Diego, California, from June 29 through July 5 for Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA). Up until 1999m FCCLA was known as Future Homemakers of America (FHA). This organi…

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3rd graders at Cherokee Elementary ranked among the top in the state for the Reading Subtest of the Alabama Comprehension Assessment Program (ACAP), as part of the Alabama Literacy Act. The new data was released by the Alabama State Department of Education earlier this week.

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The following Marshall County graduates have been awarded scholarships to continue their education at Snead State Community College:

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These Guntersville High School grads have received scholarships to continue their education at Snead State Community College:

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Three Marshall County students made the Dean's List at Samford University for the 2022 spring semester Dean's List. That requires a GPA of 3.5 or higher. 

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Emilea Elaine Thrasher of Guntersville, Alabama was awarded a BA in Art at the University of the South's 2022 commencement ceremonies held in All Saints' Chapel on the Sewanee campus on May 7.

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These Marshall County students made the President's List (all A's) and the Dean's List (all A's & B's) at Jacksonville State University for the spring term: