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Friday, November 17, 2017

Blount High School Work-Based Learning Students

Posted by Danielle Johnson in Great News!

Blount High School Work-Based Learning students work hard to succeed in the classroom and in the world of work. The group chose a new motto this year:  “Nothing Will Work Unless You Do.”

Monday, October 09, 2017

Murphy High School: First MOS Expert in Word 2016

Posted by Linda Robinson in Great News!

Congratulations to Bryan Wetzel from Murphy High School. Bryan is the first student in Mobile County Public Schools to achieve Microsoft Office Specialist--Expert in Microsoft Office Word 2016. This is quite an accomplishment because Mobile County Public Schools only recently updated to Microsoft Office 2016. Well done!


Congressman Bradley Byrne Visits Citronelle JROTC

Posted by Frank Barrow in Great News!

Congressman Byrne visited MSG Brasier’s JROTC classroom in Citronelle. What a great opportunity for students to meet a sitting Congressman. Thank you, Congressman Byrne, for giving our students the chance to be heard!

Baker High School Work-Based Learning Students

Posted by Lisa Estle in Great News!

Work-Based Learning students make quite an economical impact on the economy of our city and county. These students get the opportunity to attend school in the morning and work in the afternoons. At Baker High School, students are placed in a variety of jobs in which they learn specific job-related skills and essential skills necessary for today's work force. Pictured below are:  Marie Langdon--Wemo's; Nicholas Sullivan--Luxe Salon; Kaye Duke--Wendy's.


Davidson High School's Marshmellow Men

Posted by Mary Clair Wright in Great News!

Davidson High School AP Computer Science Dual Enrollment (Java) seniors learn about Mutators & Constructors by coding in Java and building a sugary instance of their work. Completing hands-on activities, even edible ones, give students the opportunity to put their theories to work.

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