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The Daleville Public Library’s new Anime Club met for the first time on Wednesday, Aug. 7, to jumpstart its journey into Japanese culture and entertainment.

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School safety is an area that Daleville City Schools is working to address this school year.

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Daleville High School and Windham Elementary School received needed school supplies for students thanks to a donation from the Daleville Area …

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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.

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New Assistant Principal Dr. Lynn Irwin is ready to work with Windham Elementary School faculty, staff, students and parents to make this schoo…

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During Daleville City Schools’ institute day on Tuesday, July 30, teachers were recognized for their work and attendance during the 2018-19 sc…

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Lockers, buses and whiteboards were used once again on Monday, Aug. 5, as the new school year began for students at Daleville City Schools.

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On Tuesday, July 30, faculty and staff of Daleville City Schools kicked off a new school year with the introduction of new staff and faculty i…

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For some students, summer time was spent at the pool. For three Daleville High School students, summer time meant learning about science and m…

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During its regular meeting on Wednesday, July 24, the Daleville Board of Education received a clean audit with one finding for the Fiscal Year 2018.

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Daleville City Schools is readying for students and another school year with its annual open houses.

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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.

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Now-retired Daleville High School English teacher Julane Pettis was named the school’s 2018-19 Teacher of the Year, a great accomplishment aft…

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Classmates encouraged classmates and students celebrated the next step in their journey during Daleville High School’s graduation on Friday, May 24.

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Flags could be found around the City of Daleville to commemorate Memorial Day, May 27, and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The Da…

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Ten Daleville High School band members joined over 500 other students from middle and high schools from across Alabama to take part in the 201…

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How hope can be found in the name of Jesus was the message Daleville Baptist Church Pastor Jim Peters presented to Daleville High School senio…

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The Daleville Public Library is ready to offer free summer programs and events to explore “A Universe of Stories,” this year’s summer reading …

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Twenty-nine students from Windham Elementary School were recently recognized for their leadership skills based on the school's seven habits ph…

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Kindergarteners at Windham Elementary School celebrated their mothers, grandmothers and family during the second Mother's Day Tea on Friday, M…

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On Wednesday, May 15, over 150 Daleville High School seniors and Windham Elementary School kindergarteners donned their red robes for pictures…

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On April 10-12, members of the Daleville High School FBLA chapter attended the organization’s state conference in Birmingham and participated …

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On Friday, May 3, over 200 Windham Elementary School students got a break from the classroom to celebrate reaching their growth goals on state…

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In the main hallway of Daleville High School, a sign above a bulletin board that features the faces of 13 substitutes reads, “I’m a substitute…

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Over 100 Daleville High School juniors and seniors were on Troy Dothan’s campus on Monday, April 22, to celebrate Earth Day and learn more abo…

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On Thursday, May 2, Daleville High School JROTC members were recognized for their achievements throughout the 2018-19 school year.