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Students in the Walker County school system will now have stricter consequences if they possess or use tobacco and/or vaping products.   

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Many school improvement projects in the Walker County school system are moving forward.

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 Jasper City Council members honored two groups from Jasper High School during Tuesday morning’s city council meeting.  more

A new elective course at Oakman High School is growing in popularity.

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There continues to be a steep decline of COVID-19 cases in Jasper City Schools.

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Bevill State Community College Division of Workforce Solutions is proud to announce a collaboration with The Dannon Project to provide non-credit welding training and certification testing to project participants seeking an in-demand career path.

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T.R. Simmons Elementary School's annual book fair began on Thursday.

The book fair will be held through next Friday. Principal Meagan Fields said all proceeds will be used to purchase books for the school's library.

Thursday and Friday were deemed "grand" shopping days where grandparents or other "special someones" were invited to the school.

Fields said the occasion was momentous, considering it was the first time visitors had been allowed inside the school since the COVID-19 pandemic began. 

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Members of the Lupton Jr. High School Beta Club have been spending time at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, this week.

The students participated in a leadership class through Disney World's Imagination Campus program where they learned about Disney's five core values — safety, courtesy, inclusion, show and efficiency.

Students also had an opportunity to interview Disney cast members and learn about their leadership styles.   

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Cases of COVID-19 and the number of those in quarantine in county schools have declined significantly in the past week.

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T.R. Simmons Elementary School had Career Day last week for students to share what they would like to be when they get older. Some dressed as doctors, nurses and veterinarians, while others dressed as police officers, construction workers, artists and chefs. Many other careers were represented as well.

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