New Albany High School presented an ACT 30+ Club T-shirt to Michelle Luo on Wednesday, Dec. 7, for her recent success on the ACT. Students who have a composite or subscore of 30 or more on their recent ACT are inducted into the club. One hundred twelve students have become members of the ACT […]
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Mr. Glenn Reeder’s Excel class studying the Constitution. Mr. Roberts, Assistant Principal, has also reported facts about the Constitution over the intercom each morning for all of the students this week.
This past Friday, Sept. 9, ROTC cadets presented a 9/11 ceremony for the New Albany High School. The ceremony began with a presentation of colors done by cadets Jamie Louis, Cody Baker, Johnathan Sanchez, Brady Payne and James Hill. The speaker for the event, Cadet Cecilia Garcia, then introduced the next segment, involving several cadets […]
The local Master-Bilt plant has presented academic scholarships to four children of employees. The annual practice has been carried out by parent company Standex since at least 1972, according to local officials. David Luo, the son of Ran Luo and Jing Hsiao, received $4,000. He is planning on attending the University of Georgia majoring […]
New Albany High School won first place at the Northeast Mississippi Community College Math and Science competition on April 7. Front from left are KeXin Weng, Meghan Van, Mary Day, Lindsay Sappington; back from left, Sam Cagle and Hayes Trexler.
Two local schools served as hosts for the Move to Learn fitness program last week as the classroom fitness initiative came to local area students up-close and live in place of their usual video viewing of the increasingly popular phenomenon. East Union hosted the first day of Move to Learn on Wednesday as approximately 315 […]
Among winners in recent FBLA competition were Myrtle students Demonte Hampton – 2nd Place Insurance and Risk Management, Teshun Bougard – 4th Place Economics, Seth Devaughn – 1st Place Computer Problem Solving, Audrey Anna Young – 4th Place Public Speaking II, Ellie Fitts – 1st Place Introduction to Financial Math, Kristen Young – 5th Place […]
Union County school students participated in a district reading fair this past Thursday at Ingomar Attendance Center. Winners are listed with photos. First Place In no particular order are Lyla Brock, Reagan Johnson, Emma Clair Bryson, Wesley Dunaway, Emma Akins, Kristen Hill, Ellie Fitts, Griffin Bogue, Rett Johnson, Mrs. Natalie Dye’s Class, Ben Basil, Anna Liz Ray, […]
The following students at New Albany Elementary School received the Bullpup Pride Recognition Award because of their positive behavior during the week of Jan. 25. Pictured in no particular order are: K-2nd Grade Students Shuniyah Coleman, Victoria Rutherford, Rosa Valtierra, Joe Waldrop, Kameron Carruthers, Carl Smith, Mackenzie Deaton, Kemp Smith, Asiah Rogers, Joseph Flores, Max […]
Takeya Dean of the New Albany Boys & Girls Club has been selected Youth of the Year. This past week, outstanding candidates from each club participated in the organization Youth of the Year competition. Dean scored the highest points in all four categories of public speaking, candidate essays, interview and overall application. She will […]
- Hurricane news January 10, 2017
- Election commissioners take oath of office January 12, 2017
- Letter: Progress only happens when we all work together January 12, 2017
- Cong. Kelly named to Armed Services, Agriculture committees January 12, 2017
- Eastern Lights January 12, 2017
- Overtime magic January 13, 2017
- City school superintendent Jackie Ford to retire January 12, 2017
- 2017 Ingomar Homecoming Court January 12, 2017
- City school board seats newest member January 12, 2017
- Museum program sure to be ‘quotable’ January 12, 2017
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