Windham Elementary First Nine Weeks A and A/B Honor Roll
Col. (ret.) Chaplain Sonny Moore spoke to Daleville High School students on Thursday, Nov. 7, about three things to remember about Veteran’s Day. During his speech he took time out to recognize DHS senior running back Jalen White. Moore pinned White an honorary colonel and congratulated him on all his accomplishments on the football field this season.
The Daleville High School Band is known as the “Pride of the South.” This year they have made Daleville proud by bringing home awards for their performance on the field as well as their performance at competitions.
Each year Christy Hixson, Windham Elementary School Media Specialist, creates a theme and decorates the library for the children to enjoy while visiting the book fair. This year the theme was fall in love with books.
Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps and her staff, working with community leaders and parents are getting closer to bringing an after school and summer program to Daleville. After the former afterschool program was discontinued, concerned parent Joel Adams began looking for other options.
The JROTC program is in full swing for the 2019-2020 school yearat Daleville High School. New officers have taken command and are motivated to continue DHS JROTC’s tradition of excellence.
“October 21-25 was bus safety week and we want our drivers to know they are appreciated for taking care of our students each day,” said Dr. Lisa Stamps, Daleville City Schools superintendent.
Daleville High School Principal Josh Robertson and the leadership team are working to focus on raising ACT and WorkKeys test scores for their students.
Students involved in JROTC had a unique opportunity this summer to attend JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) camp. The JCLC camp is a five-day summer camp for JROTC cadets.
At the Daleville Board of Education meeting Oct. 18, Windham Elementary School Principal Chris Mitten and Daleville High School Principal Josh Robertson both presented the board with their continuous improvement plans.
Fifth grade at Windham Elementary is shaping up to be a great year. Fifth grade teachers Bethany Goad, Carley Simmons, Grade Level Chair Savannah Dunaway, and Kimberly Newby are excited about this year and are looking forward to seeing the students make progress and meet goals.
It was a day to celebrate as the news spread through the faculty, staff, and school about Windham Elementary School raising their score from an “F” to a “C” on the Alabama Report Card. The 19 point increase was a significant upgrade from the previous year.
Members of the Daleville High School JROTC rifle team members are currently competing in the Wiregrass Tournament comprised of local high schools in the Wiregrass.
The last thing Laura Bateman expected after surgery earlier this year was the discovery of metastatic stage 4 cancer. Bateman said shortly after the surgery she started having pain and trouble breathing. After a trip to the emergency room and testing, it was discovered that she had blood clots in both of her lungs.
New Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps is hoping to inspire teamwork, promote school pride and community support, and bring more opportunities to …
The Daleville Public Library Foundation donated $300 to Windham Elementary School on Friday, Aug. 2, in time for the start of the 2019-20 school year. WES Principal Chris Mitten said the funds would be added to the school’s fund to purchase school supplies, including backpacks, for students who need them.
Old Coppinville was the stage for another graduation as 45 students spanning Coffee, Dale, Geneva and Covington Counties walked across the stage at the Youth Enrichment Services Program graduation on June 21.
Aubri Hanson’s career has brought her from NASA to the Alabama Aviation Center, where she is using her knowledge of the workforce to bring a n…
The Daleville Board of Education approved several personnel changes and a budget amendment during its regular meeting on Wednesday, June 12.