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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.

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On Friday, Aug. 30, Enterprise High School football players visited various Enterprise City Schools elementary schools.

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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.

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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.

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Members of Flowers Hospital’s scrub technician program visited Enterprise High School health sciences students on Aug. 13.

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The Enterprise High School Career and Technology Center has planned three events to celebrate the centennial of the opening of the College Street school.

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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.

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The Enterprise City Schools officially started its new Employee of the Month program at Teacher Institute Day on Aug. 1.

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Weekend testing as well as two tests on Monday, Aug. 19 resulted in no levels of carbon monoxide at New Brockton High School, according to a press release from Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth.

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Coffee County Schools Superintendent announced that all agencies involved in investigating the carbon monoxide exposure at New Brockton High School deemed the school safe, according to a press release.

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“Take pride in being an Enterprise High School student,” EHS principal Brent Harrison told the freshman class during his address on Aug. 7. “You’re the fifth largest high school in the state, you’re one of the most technologically advanced schools in the state (and) we have more programs to offer you so take advantage of that.”

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Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Greg Faught stressed the meaning of “#weareECS” shirts at Teacher Institute Day on Aug. 1.

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Coffee County Schools will have a Jumpstart program at Kinston School, New Brockton Elementary, and Zion Chapel School on Monday, Aug. 5 from 8-11 a.m. Parents will need to provide transportation for their child.

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Coppinville Junior High School received an Alabama flag from WoodmenLife recently.

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Enterprise State Community College Dean of Students Olivier Charles provided updates on current renovations as well new buildings and projects planned for the college at the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce-hosted State of ESCC event on July 22.

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The Enterprise High School Future Farmers of America competed and received many top placements at the Alabama State FFA Convention on June 4-7.

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The following personnel actions were approved by the Coffee County Board of Education at its two meetings in June and one in July:

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In a letter to parents and guardians Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth encouraged all parents and guardians enrolling students in New Brockton High School or New Brockton Elementary School to complete a pre-registration application.

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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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In a letter to parents and guardians Coffee County Schools Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth encouraged all parents and guardians enrolling students in New Brockton High School or New Brockton Elementary School to complete a pre-registration application.

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The Coffee County Board of Education approved hiring a fourth school resource officer for the system at a special called meeting on June 26.

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The Enterprise Career and Technology Center held a teacher signing as part of Future Educators’ Signing Day on May 7. This program, supported …

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Enterprise Early Education Center Principal Waller Martin slept on the roof of the drop off area of the school on May 10.

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An Enterprise Early Education Center employee decided to give the graduating Kindercats a present, a chalk mural of two Kindercats in graduation garb.

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The Coffee County Schools Board of Education approved Matt Barton to serve as probationary principal at Zion Chapel School at its regularly scheduled meeting on June 6.

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The Coffee County Board of Education approved a budget amendment at its regularly scheduled meeting on May 23.

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The Coffee County Board of Education recognized a New Brockton High School student at its regularly scheduled board meeting on May 14. Mariah …

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The Coffee County Board of Education approved the following personnel actions at several meetings in the month of May:

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The Coffee County Board of Education honored students from the three county high schools at its annual awards night held during the regularly-scheduled May 12 meeting.