White Hall High School students, from left to right, Leah Hendrix, Spencer Owens and Rachel Thrash show off their project called “Celebrate My Driver” Tuesday during the E.A.S.T. Night Out event at White Hall High School.
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The following students were chosen as G.R. Taylor Elementary September Students of the Month for displaying positive character traits.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock recently named students selected to join the 2014 Chancellor’s Leadership Corps. Members have at least a 3.0 cumulative high school grade point average.
M.A. Hardin Elementary School has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School for its students achieving academic excellence.
September Students of the Month at Moody Elementary School have been announced. They are bottom row (left to right) Madison Reed, Addison Powell, Kinley Atkinson, Ashlee Armour, Mary Claire Colclasure; second row (left to right) Erin Nelson, Jordan Pearce, Omaryon Wilson, Clayton Gorman, Taylor Nelson; third row (left to right) Jacob Pham, Lucas Gray, Kyler Barnes, Parker Rotten and Jessie Smith. (Special to The Progress)
White Hall School District’s Taylor Elementary recently celebrated Grandparents Day. (Special to The Progress)
The White Hall School District saw its enrollment decline by about 23 students between 2012-13 and 2013-14, resulting in a loss of $150,000 in anticipated state funding.
The White Hall School Board hired 25 substitute employees and accepted the resignations of three employees at a meeting Tuesday night.
The 2014-2015 White Hall High School Cheerleaders attended camp at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock this summer.
In the White Hall School District, Dr. Doug Coleman is running unopposed for the Zone 2 seat currently held by Scott Pittillo, who is not seeking re-election.