The White Hall School Board voted Tuesday to proceed with the second phase of the district’s building program and discussed a proposed millage increase to fund it.
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Andrea Ray’s third-graders at Gandy Elementary made Christmas ornaments from recycled materials for the Jefferson County Christmas Tree. The class presented the ornaments to Jefferson County Judge Dutch King in an effort to promote recycling in our county. (Special to The Progress)
The Mood Elementary December Students of the Month are, first row, from left: Anna Grace Wooley, Meredith Reddin, William Aulenback, Jasper Roberts, Grace Morara; second row, from left: Kelly Johnson, Victoria Ortiz, Jaci Mir, Matthew Nguyen; and third row, from left: Johnathon Trujillo, Dylan Richey, Romelo Bell, Will Colclasure and Alysha Brown.
Jamie Bumpass of White Hall has been awarded the Red and Gray Leadership Scholarship for 2015-2016 at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia.
Senior high student Candace Casey — along with her adviser Sheri Deaton, Family and Consumer Science instructor at White Hall High School — attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Capitol Leadership program, Oct. 12-15 in Washington, D.C.
White Hall High FCCLA members participated in competitive STAR events Nov. 6 at the Armed Forces Center in White Hall.
The Hardin Elementary Students of the Month for November are: front row, Emillio Carrillo, J’Kwon Roddy, Landon Gatlin; middle: Jacey Jackson, Haley Stewart, Tyler Stacey; back: Damien Kurtz, Ty Wright, Hayden Martz; and not pictured: Anna Hobson, Nathan McQueen, Richard Branch. (Special to The Progress)
The White Hall School Board is trying to make school bus drivers’ lives easier by having cameras on all school buses.
M.A. Hardin Elementary received recognition for its National Blue Ribbon status on Nov. 18 at the White Hall School Board meeting, specially held at the school in recognition of the award.
The October Students of the Month from Gandy Elementary are: from bottom to top: bottom row; Curlan McCray, Karson Peyton, James Menard, Tyler Earnest, Kaitleen Toh, Lincoln Hood; middle row: Tres Kurz, Sara Beth Young, Amiya Laws, Colton Davis; and top row; Stephanie Ames, Jase Welch, Madison Henderson, Maci Poe, Denya Alghazali, Emma Reed, Bronson May. (Special to The Progress)