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Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine band hosted its fourth mattress sale fundraiser on Sunday, April 11, and band director Anthony Vittore said the event was a success.

After receiving updates from the county's Emergency Management Agency on Tuesday evening, Superintendent Richard Dennis announced that Elmore County Schools will close early on Wednesday.

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Stanhope Elmore ninth grader Olivia Stephens said she was shocked to learn that she'd won first place in the high school essay division of a districtwide Black History Month contest, spearheaded by District 2 Board of Education member Wendell Saxon.

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Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine marching band needs the community’s help to win USA Today’s Best Band Fan Favorite Award for high school bands in the state of Alabama.

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Multiple students in Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine marching band received top honors during the Alabama Bandmasters Association’s All-State competition.

With an increased number of personnel absences at Coosada and Holtville elementary schools, all students at both schools have transitioned to virtual platforms for the remainder of this week.

Despite the uncertainty 2020 has brought, an annual holiday tradition counted on since 1955 is continuing for its 65th year — the NORAD Santa tracker.

Students in Wetumpka High School’s TV production classes are the recent recipients of $1,500 prize for winning first place in a competition held by the Alabama Association of School Boards.

With an increased number of personnel absences at Coosada and Holtville elementary schools, all students at both schools have transitioned to virtual platforms for the remainder of this week.

Despite the uncertainty 2020 has brought, an annual holiday tradition counted on since 1955 is continuing for its 65th year — the NORAD Santa tracker.

Students in Wetumpka High School’s TV production classes are the recent recipients of $1,500 prize for winning first place in a competition held by the Alabama Association of School Boards.