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Marengo County High School to host a Back to School Kickoff

Marengo County High School will be hosting a back to school kickoff on Saturday, July, 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Dual Enrollment opportunities available for DHS students through Wallace CC

Future Connect has new information about Dual Enrollment opportunities for DHS students through Wallace Community College. Future Connect is a program aimed at informing students, ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Reports.

UWA’s Keener describes and names a new plant species after discoverer

Finzel’s Wild Ginger is only known from two populations in Alabama LIVINGSTON, Ala.—One of Alabama’s rarest vascular plant species has recently been named and described ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Reports.

DMS and DHS students will return January 4th on a staggered school week

In a meeting of the Board on Monday evening, December 14th, it was decided that students at DMS and DHS will return January 4th on ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Reports.

Demopolis City Schools pauses student operations due to Covid-19

Good Afternoon, Since August 20th, when we started this school year, we’ve asked ourselves these two questions daily in relation to having school during a ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Superintendent Urges Community to Work Together to Keep Students in School

December 3, 2020 – Since coming back from the Thanksgiving break we have had a slight increase of positive COVID-19 cases with our students. Although ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

Linden Patriots win 1A State Championship

The phrase “third time’s the charm” proved true for the Linden Patriots. They dominated the Pickens County Tornadoes in the AHSAA 1A State Championship game. ... Read more

8 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Demopolis RCB launches “Festival of Lights” for the holidays

Demopolis— November 24, 2020 – With Covid-19 hampering Christmas on the River parades this year, the Demopolis River City Blue Marching Band at Demopolis High School has ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

USJ names November Leaders of the Month

Each month USJ will be honoring our Leaders of the Month, chosen from each classroom. These students exemplify leadership qualities both inside and outside the classroom.               ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

USJ announces A and A/B Honor rolls for the 1st 9 weeks

U. S. Jones  1st Nine Weeks All A Honor Roll 3rd Grade Acker, Maci Allen, Londyn Allgood, William Basinger, Eli Besteder, Kameron Blanton, Emaleigh Bridges, ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

USJ October Leaders of the month

3rd Grade leaders: Andrew Escobedo, Anna Clair Kallhoff, Herrin Hewitt, Gracie Gates, A’Niyah Bennett,Abbie Williams, Jordan Tingle, Laney Fields, Reed Windham, Antonia James, Landry Pugh  ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Reports.

UWA ranks best in state for lowest average student loan debt

Costs and benefits of attending UWA allow students to graduate with lower debt LIVINGSTON, Alabama—The University of West Alabama has recently been recognized most favorably ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Reports.

DHS 2020 Homecoming Court Gallery (Photos Courtesy of Fleming Photography)

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10 months ago by Staff Reports.

Tigers hang on to defeat the Vikings

Although mistakes and a rash of penalties plagued Demopolis Friday night, the Tigers hung on to get a Homecoming victory over the Jasper Vikings. Hayes ... Read more

10 months ago by Andrea Burroughs.

DCSS Modifies Rule for Virtual Students to Transition to On- Campus Learning

September 22, 2020– The Demopolis City School Board and School System Administrators are modifying the timeframe for virtual students to transition back to on-campus learning. ... Read more

10 months ago by Staff Reports.

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