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Choir Happening A Success

One hundred and thirty students from the White Hall High School Choir program took the stage Saturday night at the Pine Bouff Convention Center to present the 2014 Choir Happening: “Heroes and Villains.”

Gandy Students Honored

December’s Students of the Month at Gandy Elementary School were (bottom row, from left) Ahnaf Tahmid, Abby Harrison, Lily White, Cruz Dixon, Jayden Gipson; (middle row) Brayden Smith, Juliana Drumgoole, Maci Poe, Kaylea Neal; (top row) Noah Smith, Gauge Yelton, Piper Smith, Aubrey Dutil, and Briauna Jackson. Not pictured are Maddy Spradlin, Bryson Dickerson, Braylon Johnson.

School Gets A New Life

WHITE HALL - A landmark, 75-year -old school building contstructed in 1939 by the federal Works Pregress Administration is on its way to a new life as a Redfield community center. The former Redfield Middle School - closed at the end of the 2012-13 academic year by the White Hall School Board - was cleared by the panel last week for immediate sale to the Keep Redfiled Middle School citizens group. The organization, which listed Todd Dobbins as its president, was the high bidder on the building at $70,112.

Capitol Visit

March was officially designated by the National Association for Musical Education for the observance of Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM). To celebrate, the Taylor Singers and the Gandy Singers went to the Arkansas Capitol on March 6 to sing in a mass choir with seven other schools from across Arkansas. The White Hall students also had the opportunity to have their picture taken with Lt. Gov. Mark Darr.

Moody Students of the Month

Moody Elementary's January students of the month are: (left to right) first row — Kyndall Reed, Dickie Stanley, Trent Lewis, Tyler Hampton, second row — Mason Krakau, Kinley Atwood, Hannah Curtis, Bailey Riley, Ryker Branch, third row — Mason Brinkley, Aly Ruff, Marcia Williams, and Evonna Burton. Not pictured are Eddie Ashcraft, Kasey Horn and Jaxston Woodard. (Special to The Progress)