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At a special-called meeting, the Elmore County Board of Education voted to accept land donated by Tallassee resident and land developer Rodney Griffith.

Wetumpka Elementary School students recently spread kindness by complimenting another student.

Holtville High School internet marketing students had the chance to gain professional work experience by evaluating Central AlabamaWorks current online marketing and providing recommendations as to how the organization should move forward with its efforts.

The Elmore County Board of Education unanimously approved a $56.9 million bond at its regularly scheduled meeting Monday afternoon held at Holtville High School.

Eclectic Middle School counselor Cynthia Collier’s journey from Elmore County High School to earning a master’s in counseling at Auburn University Montgomery is a story of encouragement she uses to paint a picture of the future for her students.

For Eclectic Middle School teacher Lori Keel, the family atmosphere is what has kept the Alexander City resident working in Eclectic schools for 29 years.

Elmore County High School counselor Jerie Lewis’ office is a hive of activity most days. This time of year seniors depend on her to help them navigate life after high school.

For Elmore County Technical Center electrical instructor Jason Harris, his primary goals are to give his students information they can use to begin a career in the electrical trade and educate them about the practical knowledge of electricity when they become homeowners.

Among the bright flashes and sparks bouncing off welding torches and the hum of grinding machines, students in Slade Holley’s welding class work at a fast pace to complete their assignments.

Coosada Elementary School students will get a little healthier in the future after receiving a $10,000 grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama.

With the rapid proliferation of devices connected to the internet that are in use at home, work and in public places, everyone has a role when it comes to one’s online safety and security and Elmore County School System IT services director Barbara Burchard and her staff play a crucial role …