A list of “weaknesses” and “deficiencies”— and recommendations on how to fix them— was included in the financial audit delivered to the Enterprise Board of Education at a meeting Aug. 25.
ATRIP funds awarded to county, city
Coffee County and the city of Enterprise received more than $12 million combined in funds through the Alabama Rehabilitation and Improvement Program to complete road resurfacing and rehabilitation projects. The grant program is part of a $1 billion program initiated by Governor Robert Bentley to improve the state’s roads and bridges. Road project within the county and city are expected to get under way in 2014.
The Enterprise Board of Education unanimously agreed to hire Dr. Camille Wright as the superintendent of Enterprise City Schools during a Nov. 26 meeting.
At the request of Interim Superintendent Jimmy Baker, the Enterprise Board of Education discussed the process by which members of the community address the board during a regular meeting Aug. 27.
Tensions resurfaced as several former employees of Enterprise City Schools questioned members of the Enterprise Board of Education during a regular meeting July 30.
Arguments between the city and school board regarding activities of board and council members rage on with allegations followed by rebuttals claiming untruths from both sides.
Former Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Dr. Aaron Milner hashed out some financial details of an agreement with the City of Enterprise and the Enterprise Board of Education during a June 25 meeting.
During a June 25 meeting of the Enterprise Board of Education, former superintendents Aaron Milner and Jim Reese dropped a bomb about the financial agreements between the school board and the city of Enterprise following the destruction of Enterprise High School and Hillcrest Elementary in 2007.
More than 500 people crowded the boardroom at the central office of Enterprise City Schools to air and refute concerns regarding the politicization of the Enterprise Board of Education and its ties to the Enterprise City Council and Mayor Kenneth Boswell.
The Enterprise City Council Chambers were filled with concerned residents, June 25, during a special called meeting of the Enterprise City Council.
The city of Enterprise has called a special meeting June 25 at 12:15 p.m. to make an appointment to the school board.
A large crowd of current and former Enterprise City Schools employees came to a special called meeting of the Enterprise Board of Education June 19 to address concerns about the direction of the school system and the circumstances that lead to the resignation of former superintendent Dr. Aaron Milner.
The Enterprise City Board of Education unanimously accepted the resignation of Dr. Aaron Milner, who accepted the superintendent’s position at Saraland City Schools during a special called meeting June 19.
The Enterprise Board of Education received the results of Superintendent Aaron Milner’s external evaluation during a May 28 meeting.
Shortly after the Alabama High School Athletic Association decided to uphold its ruling on the Enterprise boys basketball program April 16, it released a statement commending the school for its cooperation.
Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Dr. Aaron Milner has released a statement on the Alabama High School Athletic Association's recent decision regarding the Enterprise boys basketball program's self-reported violation.
In response to pending legislation, the Enterprise City School Board has prepared and passed two 2013-2014 calendars during a special called meeting Feb. 19.
In January, former New Brockton Mayor Lenwood Herron was found guilty of misdemeanor animal cruelty after two hours of deliberation by a jury. Herron was given the maximum sentence of one year in the Coffee County Jail.
After the tragic events of Dec. 14, parents all over the country went home and held their children just a little tighter.
Superintendent Aaron Milner addressed the Enterprise Board of Education Sept. 25 to inform them about issues between the board and Enterprise State Community College.
Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union recently donated school supplies to the Enterprise Teachers’ Assistance Center to help with needs for the 2012-2013 school year. AACFCU employees and members brought school supplies to the credit union throughout the month of July. Pictured, with donations from AACFCU, is Enterprise High School principal Matt Rodgers; Enterprise Chamber of Commerce president Phil Thomas; Enterprise City Schools superintendent Dr. Aaron Milner; and Viki Davis, AACFCU business development officer. (Courtesy photo)
Improving quality of life and teaching and maintaining programs with a purpose is what Coffee County Family Services provides — but unfortunately the organization recently learned it lost more than $75,000 in grants when the governor made statewide cuts.
The Enterprise City School Board accepted personnel recommendations from Superintendent Dr. Aaron Milner during Tuesday’s special called meeting.
School systems across the state are being forced to amend the 2012-2013 school calendars after the Alabama Legislature passed the Flexible School Calendar Act.
During a special called meeting May 22, members of the Enterprise City School Board selected Dothan High School principal Matthew Humphrey as the new principal of Coppinville Junior High School.