Class of 2019 graduates held their graduation ceremony at the Acadome on the campus of Alabama State University Monday.
Images from Holtville High School as it held a graduation ceremony Friday night. Principal Kyle Futral proudly announced every graduate was considered college and career ready by state standards.
Images from Thursday night as Elmore County High School held its graduation ceremony. Principal Wes Rogers announced the Class of 2019 received more than $2.5 million in scholarships and four graduates will go onto serve the U.S. in the military.
Elmore County Schools superintendent Richard Dennis told the board of education at a special-called meeting Thursday the system has two possible properties to locate a middle school in Redland and the Elmore County Technical Center.
Tallassee’s Emma Grace Qiaowei Coyle and Eclectic’s James Allen Singleton Jr. have joined the elite club of those who have won the Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Scholarship.
Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education announced 41 new classrooms will be funded through the Pre-K through 3rd Grade (P-3) Integrated Approach to Early Learning, including Wetumpka Elementary School which will receive $45,000.
Picking up children after school at Wetumpka Elementary School should be less time consuming due to the implementation of a system known as Car Rider Pro.
The Elmore County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Central Alabama Community Foundation, kicked off scholarship season Thursday by awarding $37,200 in scholarships to 23 Wetumpka High School seniors.
Although the 2020 elections are still two years away, the Elmore County Board of Education took time to look at potentially approving a raise for superintendent Richard Dennis during the Jan. 28 meeting.
According to the results of the annual statewide report card released by the Alabama Department of Education, most public schools in Elmore County have improved over the past couple of years.
The Elmore County Board of Education discussed federal and state allocations, as well as projected expenditures, for the 2018 and 2019 fiscal years during a budget hearing Thursday afternoon.
Elmore County Alternative School Principal Bill Bergeron gave a presentation on the Overage Middle School Program, also known as “ReBoot,” which will likely be implemented in the coming weeks, at the Monday board of education meeting.
The community service projects by two Elmore County Schools that were recently selected as Bicentennial Schools by Gov. Kay Ivey were announced at a board of education meeting Monday.
Two local schools were recently selected as official Alabama Bicentennial School by Gov. Kay Ivey, according to an Aug. 3 announcement. The Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative serves as a way for schools to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Alabama’s foundation, according to a press rel…
Elmore County Schools will be implementing new safety measures and continuing to maintain the measures that have already been in place for the 2018-19 school year, according to ECS Superintendent Richard Dennis.
The Elmore County Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 academic calendar with accommodations made for days lost due to severe weather and yearlong maintenance for school lawns, versus their current eight-month plan.
The Elmore County Board of Education held its regular board meeting at Holtville Elementary School after touring the newly renovated dining facilities of the high school and performing a ribbon cutting for its Bulldog Café.
The Elmore County Board of Education met for the final hearing and approval of its 2018 annual budget and capital improvement plan, which was described by the superintendent as a five-year-plus wish list on projects at school facilities throughout the county.
The Elmore County Board of Education held its second hearing on its FY 2018 budget on Wednesday afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the board of education’s Central Office.
Wednesday marked the first full week school has been in session and Elmore County’s school superintendent says things have gone smoothly but for the usual hiccups of a new school year, like long traffic lines at elementary schools.