Mrs. Winn was recognized for her induction into the 4H Hall of Fame.
White Plains Middle
Mrs. Kelley was recognized for being selected to the 2013 LearnZillion Dream Team.
Williams First Baptist, Websters Chapel Congregational Methodist, Cedar Springs Baptist, New Liberty Churches were all recognized for their role in the Blessing Bag ministry. The Blessing Bag ministry provided 75 food/snack weekly to students needing assistance at Pleasant Valley.
College and Career Readiness
Mrs. Parker is the Calhoun County Schools nominee for the College and Career-Readiness Campaign launch by ACT. If selected to be the Alabama representative, she will compete with students from other states.
The Calhoun County Board recognizes the first five students to complete the P.A.S.S program. We are extremely proud of these young people who have overcome some obstacles in their lives and made the effort to become successful in earning their high school diploma.
Samantha Austin Emily Barker Justin Hansen Nathan House Brooklyn Schultz
Calhoun County Schools
The Calhoun County Board recognized all of our wonderful guidance counselors for their roles as being an integral part of our total educational program. We appreciate all they do in providing school counseling services to students on a daily basis.
C.C.S. Swim Team
White Plains High
Weaver High School
Mr. Rodney Almaroad and Mr. Danny Baldwin are being recognized for their outstanding performance in the development and installation of Calhoun County Schools closed circuit surveillance system.
Missing Children's Poster Contest
Mrs. Blankenship is a 5th grade student at Saks Middle. She is being recognized for her National Missing Children's poster.
Ghost Writers' Contest
White Plains High
1st Place - Rebecca Weaver 2nd Place - Victoria Ginn 3rd Place - Zack Cole
Wilson Sporting Goods
Coach Casey Maples was selected to receive the Wilson Sporting Goods Grant which help supply the school with a ball cart and volleyballs.
We are so proud of Sarah Amberson, Brandi Barnes, Jill Brookes, Jessica Cobb, Monique Carlisle Grier, Krystal McDaniel, Brooke McFry, Shasta McFry, and Gina Whiting who, in their articles, addressed a variety of academic challenges facing students with ADHD and other special needs in the classroom, such as listening skills, homework completion, social skills, science, math, and reading.