DISTRICT | April 21, 2021
Our district’s clerks and administrative professionals are some of the most important individuals in our schools and district offices.
STUDENTS | April 15, 2021
Demari has a list of goals that extend far beyond elementary school: get a college scholarship, study anatomy, and become a doctor or a surgeon.
DISTRICT | April 13, 2021
Our students are tired, overwhelmed, bored, and frustrated—we need to change that.
STUDENTS | April 12, 2021
Hear what Hancock students Evie, Alex, and Rachel have to say about their school year thus far.
SCHOOLS | April 9, 2021
AP Michelle Soto loves that her parents see Nightingale Elementary as a pillar of the community.
STUDENTS | April 8, 2021
If I could walk into a classroom tomorrow, the only way I could describe it is that it would feel like school.
DISTRICT | April 6, 2021
Our APs are always willing to go the extra mile for our students.
STUDENTS | April 5, 2021
Curie freshmen Divine and Lanayah have seen the importance of having adults they can rely on.
SCHOOLS | April 2, 2021
The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is an interactive way for students to learn about the past in order to create a more inclusive future.
SCHOOLS | April 1, 2021
Mr. Gunn has worked tirelessly to ensure that Smyth students can continue growing academically over the past year.
DISTRICT | March 31, 2021
As a district, we stand in solidarity with our transgender, non-binary and non-conforming students, staff, and community members.