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Congratulations to Austin McCormack, from Rogers High School, on passing all 5 of his Automotive Technologies ASE Certification Tests on April 19, 2017!!! Mr. Keith Springer is his Instructor.




Congratulations to Christopher Graham, from Lauderdale County High School, for passing all 5 of his Automotive Technologies ASE Certification Tests on April 19, 2017!!! Mr. Keith Springer is his Instructor.




Congratulations Skylar Rutherford, from Waterloo High School, for passing all 5 of his Automotive Technologies ASE Certification Tests on April 19, 2017!!! Mr. Keith Springer is his Instructor.


Lauderdale Seniors Take Part in Government Day

The American Legion Post 11 in Florence hosted Government Day April 11 for students in Lauderdale County schools. The event gets underway each fall when high school seniors in Lauderdale County schools run for a variety of offices, which correlate directly with actual elected local offices. The winners of the school elections then get to participate in Government Day, which allows each school elected officer to shadow his or her real office-holding counterpart in the county government. This year, the following offices were filled at the local schools:

Board of Education

Superintendent of Education

Circuit Judges

Circuit Court Clerk

County Commissioners

District Attorney

District Judge

License Commissioner

Probate Judge

Revenue Commissioner

Sheriff


Lunch was provided at the American Legion Post 11, where students heard guest speaker William Motlow. Activities of the day included visits to the county jail and the various courtrooms, where students watched the proceedings of an actual trial. A special thanks goes out to the American Legion Post 11 members for coordinating this informative day.


The following students, who attend Allen Thornton's Culinary Program under the instruction of Mrs. Carole Pongetti, recently passed their ServeSafe Certification. This will be a great asset to add to their resume!


A Block

Lyn Tidwell - Rogers

Greyson Holmes - Brooks
Callie Simpson - Lexington
Piper Lindsey - Rogers





B Block

Brianna Stanley - LCHS



C Block

Matthew Brown - Central
David Bramel - Wilson
Ashley Stracner - Brooks
John Guyton - Brooks
Nathaniel Jensen - Brooks

Congratulations to the following students at Allen Thornton Career Technical Center for passing their OSHA-10 training on March 22, 2017

Luke Crutcher - Brooks
Abbi Clemmons - LCHS
Micah Hart - Waterloo
Ivan Martinez - Central
Colt Harrison - Rogers
Trevor Hines - Rogers
Ricky Lard - LCHS
Christopher Graham - LCHS
Austin Hill - Lexington
Trenton Sharp - LCHS
Winston Melvin - Central
Austin North - Brooks
Dakota Holt - LCHS
Austin Sheley - Rogers
Charlie Lamberth - Brooks
Miranda Smith - Lexington
Jacob Rogers - Rogers
Erik Lamberth - Brooks
Rebecca Dean - Brooks


Jesse Forsythe - Wilson
Michael Miller - Central
Brandon Tidwell - Central
Michael Bailey - Brooks
Josh Plunkett - Lexington
Santana Davis - Waterloo
Isaiah Bryant - Waterloo
Cody Bryant - Rogers

100% who took the tests passed:

NIMS Measurement, Material and Safety

Congratulations to Drake Spears, Advertising Design student from Allen Thornton Career Technical Center and 10th grader from Wilson High School!

Drake was named the 2017 Shoals Earth Day Fest Design Contest Winner. Today Nancy Muse, President of the Shoals Earth Month Board of Directors, unveiled Drake's winning design at a press conference held at the Florence/Lauderdale Tourism Center.

Drake's design will be printed on t-shirts promoting the Shoals Earth Day Fest, which will be held on April 8, 2017 on the grounds of the Florence/Lauderdale Tourism Center at McFarland Park.

Great Job Drake!!!



News From Our Guidance Counselor: Shelley Montgomery

ACT Testing Dates
Test Date Regular Deadline
April 8, 2017 March 3, 2017
June 10, 2017 May 5, 2017
September 9, 2017  
October 28, 2107  
December 9, 2017  
February 10, 2018  
April 14, 2018  

 

ACT w/o writing $39.50
ACT with writing $56.50

Students who receive free/reduced lunch can receive one free fee waiver during their junior year and one during their senior year.