MUSCLE SHOALS — The Muscle Shoals and Phil Campbell campuses at Northwest-Shoals Community College are slated for major improvements over the next two years to the tune of $30 million.
TUSCUMBIA — Police Chief Tony Logan said a heavy police presence will be at all of the schools within the district today following what was perceived to be a threat of violence written on the wall of a girls bathroom.
Colbert County Schools Superintendent Chris Hand announced that Cherokee and Leighton elementary schools will be closed on today due to a "tragic incident."
CENTRAL HEIGHTS — Middle schoolers filling the gymnasium fell silent Wednesday morning as a photo of Landon Letsinger appeared on a giant screen.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Juniors and seniors at Muscle Shoals High on Wednesday gained some valuable insight into the local job market during the Career Academy.
A group calling themselves Concerned Parents of Lauderdale County is seeking a mandatory masking policy for the county school system and says their pleas for the measure have fallen on deaf ears.
MUSCLE SHOALS — An unspecified number of students at Muscle Shoals Middle School have been disciplined for their participation in a TikTok challenge that involved vandalism of schools.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Muscle Shoals students in elementary and middle schools are committing this week to "Start with Hello" to focus on kindness towards others.
FLORENCE — One of the newest efforts to entice University of North Alabama students to become vaccinated involves offering incentives that are near and dear to any college student's heart.
Some local schools this week are dealing with vandalism issues that officials believe are related to a challenge issued on the popular social media platform TikTok.
Florence High School students began putting the final touches on their class' homecoming parade floats Wednesday night in the school's career tech center. The homecoming parade is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. today on Court Street in front of the University of North Alabama. It will travel s…
MUSCLE SHOALS — A masking policy approved by board of education members in August has been extended until 5 p.m. on Oct. 1, Superintendent Chad Holden said.
COVID case numbers in Shoals area public schools have fluctuated in the past week with some seeing vast decreases and others slight increases.