Ingram State Technical College adult education instructor Frank Clem has been named "Region 8 Teacher of the Year” by the Correctional Education Association.
For months now, Maroon Machine Danceline captain Isabella Johnson has been preparing for an opportunity that doesn't come around often.
Senate Pro Tem Greg Reed (R-Jasper) and Sen. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville) toured the Ingram State Technical College campus on Thursday, Sept. 9, to gather information about the impact of education opportunities on those incarcerated in the state’s prisons.
Former collegiate golfer Ashton Maddaloni, from Eclectic, has been hired in a dual role as the head golf professional at EMCC’s Lion Hills Center in Columbus as well as doubling as the head coach of East Mississippi Community College’s reinstated men’s golf program. Her hiring was announced…
Wetumpka High School will shift to a virtual platform starting Wednesday, Sept. 1, and will continue through Friday, Sept. 3, due to the number of personnel currently out related to COVID-19.
The number of student COVID-19 cases across the county increased significantly, along with the number positive cases for employees, during the week of Aug. 16, prompting Elmore County Schools Superintendent Richard Dennis to change the system's mask-wearing policy.
As the 2021-2022 school gets underway, those travelling to and from Elmore County High School via W. College Street may have noticed the addition of panther paws on the asphalt road.
As students throughout Elmore County headed back to the classroom on Aug. 9, they did so with fewer restrictions in comparison to the start of the 2020-2021 school year.
There was a mixture of happiness and tears at Wetumpka Elementary School as students enrolled in the Elmore County Public Schools system headed back to the classroom on Monday, Aug. 9, for the start of the 2021-2022 year.
All of the school buses in the Elmore County Schools fleet are now less than 10 years old. It’s an accomplishment that means the district’s transportation department will receive $1.07 million annually in state funds for the next three years.
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Members of the Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine majorette squad spent a part of their day on Saturday, June 5, participating in a car wash and bake sale.
Elmore County Public Schools celebrated the kickoff of its Break for a Plate summer feeding program on Tuesday, June 1, at Wetumpka Middle School.
Elmore County High School's senior class of 102 students celebrated the end of one chapter and the beginning of another at Burt-Haynie Field on Friday, May 21.
Friends and family members of graduating Holtville High School students gathered at the Boykin-Chapman Field on Thursday, May 20, to watch 114 seniors make the long-awaited walk across the field to receive their high school diplomas.
The Wildcats gymnasium was abuzz with excitement on Thursday, May 20, as friends and family members gathered to celebrate the graduating seniors at Edgewood Academy.
Family members and friends of graduating seniors from Wetumpka High School packed the Wetumpka Sports Complex on Tuesday, May 18, for the school's commencement exercises.
More than 200 students walked across the stage to receive their high school diplomas at Stanhope Elmore High School on Monday, May 17, at the Foshee-Henderson Stadium.
For the first time ever, the Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery and the Wetumpka Public Library are partnering to offer the Tails and Tales free summer reading program to local children.
Several members of the Wetumpka community gathered at the Wetumpka Civic Complex on Tuesday, May 11, for the Charters of Freedom Dedication Ceremony.
More than a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns about the psychological effects of the pandemic on children and adolescents continue to swirl as several different entities strive to understand the impact on children's mental well-being and how best to help them.
Three Edgewood Academy seniors were honored at the school's Military Recognition Day ceremony on Tuesday, May 4, for the decision they made to enlist in the United States military.
The FFA Rodeo will be in Wetumpka this Friday and Saturday at the Wetumpka Sports Complex, but before this weekend's main event, Dani Loeb, the first Alabamian to make the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, and Kylee Campbell, the reigning Miss Rodeo USA visited area schools where they introduced …
Ingram State Technical College graduate Johnny D. Edwards was one of 47 Alabama Community College System students named to the 2021 All Alabama Academic Team, according to Neil Scott, ACCS director of strategic enrollment management.
Elmore County students racked up awards at the 2021 Greater East Alabama Regional Science and Engineering Fair that was held at Auburn University at the end of March.
Twenty-five students throughout Elmore County have been named finalists in the 2021 Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Memorial Scholarship program.
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.