Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of stories highlighting teachers at Elmore County.
New reading standards will be applied to students after statewide changes, according to an announcement made at the Elmore County Board of Education meeting Tuesday.
Elmore County senior and Beta Club president Pierson Lett never expected the community of Eclectic to come together the way it did in support of the club’s annual service project.
Elmore County Schools superintendent Richard Dennis introduced Mark McGhee as the new principal of Eclectic Middle School at the Elmore County Board of Education meeting Jan. 9.
Wetumpka High School senior Amber Delreal credits the medical science teachers at Elmore County Technical Center as the reason she enjoys nursing.
Prior to becoming a middle school science teacher, Eclectic Middle School science teacher Jay Harrell considered two additional careers — police officer or geologist.
With the proliferation of fitness trackers such as Fitbit, people looking to lead a healthy lifestyle tend to think of a successful day of exe…
Lake Martin Community Hospital food service director and clinical dietician Julie Hudson prefers her patients, friends and family take the tra…
At the Elmore County Board of Education meeting Monday afternoon, Michael Morgan was unanimously reelected as board chair and Dale Bain was unanimously reelected as the board’s vice-chair.
Redland Elementary School teacher Meredith Mitchell and Wetumpka High School teacher Sheena Chandler were chosen as Elmore County’s Teachers of the Year at a reception Monday afternoon.
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.
According to recent data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters is projected to grow 14% from 2018 to 2028 — much faster than the average for all occupations.
Wetumpka High School principal Dr. Robbie Slater has been named District 4 High School Principal of the Year by the Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals and American Fidelity.
Elmore County Schools STEM director Tracy Wright’s research pertaining to science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) is influencing a new approach to educating students.
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.
Elmore County Schools has improved its performance on the Alabama Report Card and local educators have been working to ensure progress each year.
The Liberty Learning Foundation believes giving school teachers a turn-key civics program complete with grade-specific curriculum and a big dose of fun will make for better educated citizens.
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.
The Elmore County education system is keeping up with current workforce demands by offering a wide variety of vocational and professional classes at the Elmore County Technical Center (ECTC).
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 …