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These Marshall County students made the Chancellor’s List (all A’s) and Provost’s List (all A’s & B’s) for the fall semester at Troy University.

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Brindlee Mountain Elementary School principal Amanda Hollaway said these students made the honor roll at her school for the second 9-weeks grading period:

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Brindlee Mountain Elementary School’s spelling bee took place on Friday, Jan. 11. The winner was Devon Murray (left) and the runner up was Audrey Harbin (right). The spelling bee had 20 students, which was two from each homeroom. The students who won their class/grade level spelling bee adva…

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Brindlee Mountain High School was the only school in the county system that attended the 2019 inauguration of Governor Kay Ivey. 

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Jacksonville State University conferred degrees to 582 students at its fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 13 on Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium.

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Brian Naugher, the new Place 2 member of the County School Board, said he’s very proud of the scores the county school system received in the recent report card issued by the state.

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It’s the time of year when there’s lots of college news from the first semester. These are a few of the dean’s list and graduations of local students that happened in December:

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The Marshall County School System's overall school report card grade issued by the state is an 82 or a low B, up from a 79 or high C last year.

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Kay Laura Miller of Guntersville has been inducted into the Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. 

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Sherman Leeth, the principal of Marshall Technical School and the Career Technical Director for the Marshall County School System, told the County School Board about some noteworthy accomplishments at the Tech School.

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Cherokee Elementary School collected over 1,100 cans of non-perishable food for the annual United Way/2-1-1 Can-A-Thon.

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The intercom systems in most of the Guntersville schools, especially Guntersville High School, have not been updated in years.

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It had rained buckets and the temperature was falling fast Monday evening. It led the superintendents in the Guntersville, Marshall County, Albertville and Boaz school systems to delay the start of school by a few hours Tuesday morning.

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The Brindlee Mountain Christmas Parade is still taking applications for the 2nd annual “Christmas on the Mountain” parade. For anyone interested in participating, the cost is $10 but waived for school organizations.

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Guntersville Elementary teacher BettyDudley retired on November 27 after 28 1/2 years of teaching. She has taught at Guntersville the entire time.

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On the recommendation of architect Rob Van Perseum, the Schools of Guntersville talked to the firm DeJong-Richter about doing a facilities assessment at Guntersville High School. It would be a step in planning whether a new high school should be built or the existing high school should be re…

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Cynthia McCarty, the State School Board member for this district, spent Friday, Nov. 16, touring every school in the Schools of Guntersville system.

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(The 3rd graders in Ms. Charles' class at Asbury Elementary wrote about what Thanksgiving means to them and about how to catch a turkey.)

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Twenty-two workers gathered in a small classroom in the Weathers Business Building at Snead State Community College, listening intently to the material presented.

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PRINCIPALS RECOGNIZED. October was “National Principals Month” and the City School Board recognized Guntersville’s principals at its monthly board meeting. From left are Roseanne Mabrey, GHS; Susan Gallante, GMS; Julie Ann McCulley, Cherokee; John Doyle, Guntersville Elementary; and Supt. Br…