The Enterprise Board of Education approved the following personnel actions at its regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 19.
The Coffee County Board of Education approved sending out bids for five new modular classrooms for New Brockton Elementary School at its regularly scheduled meeting on Nov. 7.
“Historic Coppinville” or “Old Coppinville” has been serving the community since it opened its doors in 1960, whether its as a high school, junior high school or as it operates now as the Coppinville School of Opportunity.
The Enterprise Board of Education approved lowering the planned tuition increase for out-of–district students for the 2020-2021 school year at its regularly scheduled board meeting on Oct. 29.
“It makes a superintendent be proud to know that his schools are working to increase their scores and they succeeded in doing that,” Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth said about the system’s education report card. “I’m proud of the teachers. Learning takes place in the classroom and teachers have the biggest part of that. And, of course, we have the support of the administrators at the school, support of the staff at the school and we try to supplement that here at central with our administration allowing for teachers to go to professional development and trying to help students be successful.”
“(We’re) very proud of students and teachers for once again having the highest student achievement in the area,” Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Greg Faught said about the system’s education report card.
Members of Enterprise State Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter came together on Oct. 7 to provide residents of Madison Heights and Kelley Place Senior Living Communities a fun-filled afternoon.
Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth addressed the Coffee County School Board at its regular meeting on Oct. 3 regarding increased enrollment at New Brockton Elementary School and construction projects for the system.
Each month an Enterprise City School student is selected to lead the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag at the beginning of each Enterprise Board of Education meeting.
The Enterprise High School American Studies students raised the dead on Oct. 10 during its “Living Cemetery” event at the City Cemetery in Enterprise.
The 2019-2020 Miss Coppinville Pageant was held Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Enterprise High School Performing Arts Center. Twenty-one girls competed for the crown.
Students across Enterprise City Schools and Coffee County Schools gathered at the flagpoles of their respective schools for “See You At The Po…
The Enterprise Board of Education approved its Fiscal Year 2020 budget after a second budget hearing by Enterprise City Schools Chief Financial Officer Brian Stewart at a special called meeting on Sept. 12.
The Coffee County Board of Education discussed the system’s planned capital projects in light of the system-wide enrollment increase at the special called work session on Sept. 12.
Enrollment at Enterprise State Community College and the Alabama Aviation College have continued to increase while the opposite is true nationally.
The Coffee County Board of Education unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2020 budget after a second hearing from Coffee County Schools Chief School Financial Officer Shannon Odom at a special called meeting on Sept. 12.
Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth said that enrollment increases in the county’s two New Brockton schools has totaled over 300 students since the 2017-2018 school year at a special called Coffee County Board of Education work session on Sept. 12.
Grandparents filled classrooms and lunchrooms for Grandparents’ Days. On Sept. 5, third-fifth graders celebrated the event with kindergarten, first, second and sixth grade celebrating the day on Sept. 6 at Rucker Boulevard Elementary School.
Enhancing athletics programs at Enterprise City Schools topped the Five-Year Capital Plan approved by the Enterprise Board of Education at the meeting Aug. 27
Of the $11,820,000 projected budget for the next five years, athletics garnered $9,350,000—some 79 percent of the funding.
Coffee County has a 20 percent chance of tropical storm force winds, which are winds 39 mph or higher, for the next 5 days, according to a press release from the Coffee County EMA.
Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth said that the system has seen an increase in enrollment during his comments at the special-called Aug. 8 school board meeting.