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Franklin • Notasulga • Shorter • Tuskegee

A Macon County School Publication • www.maconk12.org


Elnora Smith-Love President

Mary Hooks Vice-President

Karey Thompson Board Member

Helen V. Samuel Board Member

Katy Campbell Board Member 501 S. School Street • Tuskegee, Alabama 36083 • 334.727.1600 **Macon County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or other legally protected status in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activities. The school system do not discriminate in its hiring practices.


Macon coUnTY School SYSTEM Macon County Alabama A Message from the Superintendent on READ (Reading Empowering, Achievement, and Duration) Across Macon County Yes, schools must be the leaders and the most accountable for helping the students they serve become proficient and prolific readers. However, for many schools and school districts across Alabama, the country, and the world, Dr. Jacqueline Brooks this has been a challenge that has spun decades, even centuries. The ability to read and read well remains unattainable for too many children. This is why the goal to have every child read at or above grade level can't be undertaken by schools alone. Communities, civic groups, higher education, and others must be engaged to help eradicate the barriers that often stand in the way of reading achievement. Together, we can expand opportunities for reading and help parents learn how to fulfill their role in the reading process. Specific to READ Across Macon County, the school district is committed to the following initiatives which will help us attain the goal of all children reading at or above grade level by grade 3: • • • • • • • • • • • •

Early access to reading through programs such as Home School Instruction for the Parents of Preschool Youngsters Early access to reading through Alabama's Pre-K Classroom Early and continuous access to reading through Alabama Virtual Library Early and continuous access to reading through Macon County School's Mobile Learning Labs Continuous access to reading through e-books and extended library hours. Access to reading support through extended day, week, and year programs that promote reading achievement and improvement. Partnerships and engagement with community organizations to promote reading. Increased reading public relations Identification of reading needs for each student Effective data resources to measure reading proficiency and stamina A comprehensive reading core program A program of customized interventions for reading support

Through our combined efforts, our children can and will read on grade level. Let us each use our POWER of One to increase PROGRESS for all!

Jacqueline Brooks Dr. Jacqueline Brooks Superintendent Macon County School Systems

MACON SCHOOL SYSTEM BOARD MEMBERS Elnora Smith-Love, President • Mary Hooks, Vice President Katy Campbell, Member • Karey Thompson, Member • Helen V. Samuel, Member


CONTENTS

WINTER 2018

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Grandmother Still Know Best “Yuck,” is what many say when they hear of childhood medicines like Cod Liver Oil, Castor Oil and Creomulsion.

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Read Across Macon County Students, parents, teachers and Community get ready for NEA’s Read Across America Day and Read Across Macon County Month.

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A New KaBoom Playground A broad cross-section of the community showed up on Friday, November 17, 2017 to work as volunteers on a KaBOOM playground project.

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Grandmother Still Knows Best

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Read Across Macon County

17-18 New KaBoom Playground 19-25 Career Technical Education 27

Tips from Judge Deborah H. Biggers

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District Open House of the Century

PUBLISHER

Macon County School System

ART DIRECTOR/GRAPHIC DESIGN/EDITOR Noah Anthony Hopkins

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

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Dr. Jacqueline Brooks Terri Holcey Karin Hopkins Staff of Macon County Schools System Photos courtesy of Macon County Schools and Noah Hopkins

**Macon County Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or other legally protected status in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activities. The school system does not discriminate in its hiring practices.

MACON COUNTY FAMILY Winter 2018


A Message from the Federal Programs Coordinator on

READ (Reading Empowering, Achievement, and Duration) Across Macon County

Dear Stakeholders and Friends, ,W¡VWKDW WLPH RI\HDUDJDLQ ² READ Across Macon County! It is my hope that great health and prosperity continues to reach all stakeholders daily. Our commitment is to ensure quality learning every day, while encouraging our competitive spirit to continue to be contagious. While serving as Federal Programs Coordinator, I can advocate that I am honored and humbled, when I boast that Macon County School District is the place to be! As a leading advocate for promoting reading, I would like to invite all stakeholders to become a partner in your FKLOG¡VOHDUQLQJH[SHULHQFHLQUHDGLQJGXULQJREAD Across Macon County Month and ev ever eryyday. I believe our er involvement will help our students attain a higher level of reading success. This partnership between home, school, and community can provide our students with a wealth of learning opportunities that will last a lifetime. ,QRUGHUWRUHLQIRUFHWKHZRUNWKDW¡VGRQHLQWKHFODVVURRPVWKHVFKRROVDQGGLVWULFWKDYHSUHSDUHGFDOHQGDURI events with activities for all stakeholders to participate in. These calendar of events are designed to provide ideas that can help our students become the best reader possible. Your only investment is a few moments of your time each day ² DIHZPRPHQWVWKDWFDQPDNHDZRUOGRIGLIIHUHQFHLQDFKLOG¡VHGXFDWLRQ3OHDVHFRQWLQXHWREH encouraged by our efforts and success! Let's continue to embrace the idea that Macon County is the family county, and that the Macon County School District is the district that meets the needs of the entire family. It takes a village to raise a child, and we are doing our part by teaching, coaching, mentoring, and guiding more than 2,000 children throughout the district, so we invite you to be a part of our continuous efforts and success. Together, we can be the change we want see in the world, by working as an effective professional learning community to make certain our students understand the importtance of an education and are provided opportunities and exposure that increase their individual impor expectations. I look forward to your participation in our READ Across Macon County reading experience this year, If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at any time by email at holceytb@maconk12.org or phone at (334)421- /HW¡VZRUNWRJHWKHUWKLV\HDUWRKHOSRXUVWXGHQWVVXFFHHGLQUHDGLQJ Respectfully,

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“Yuck,” is what many say when they hear of childhood medicines like Cod Liver Oil, Castor Oil and Creomulsion. However, when I think of “Grandmother Knowing Best,” I think of a time when missing school for illness was unheard of. In fact, grandmothers always ensured that kids had an annual cleansing several times a year by getting a good dose. Of

course, we now use the fancy word “detoxification.” A true personal story that I experienced from “Grandma Knowing Best” occurred when my daughter was diagnosed with a stye on her eye. I went straight to the physician for a cure after grandma said to take some earwax (unbelievable) from my ear and press onto the stye. As anticipated, the physician gave me a prescription that I took to the town pharmacy. Upon reading the directions and the active ingredient, I was floored. The active ingredient in the ointment for stye treatment as prescribed by the physician was none other than HUMAN EARWAX. Hump! From that day to this one, I wholeheartedly believe that Grandma Does Know Best! 5

MACON COUNTY FAMILY Winter 2018


Good Reads L

ooking for great family time together? Well, pull out a good book, snuggle up with a snack and read until your heart’s content. These books are great choices for all ages.

The FunGkins: by C. Raymond Gray The Watsons Go to Birmingham: by Christopher Paul Curtis The Very Hungry Caterpillar: by Eric Carle Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: by Lewis Carroll The Cat in the Hat: by Dr. Seuss Goodnight Moon: by Margaret Wise Brown Charlotte's Web: by E.B. White The Polar Express: by Chris Van Allsburg The Tale of Peter Rabbit: by Beatrix Potter

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organ Hunter, a student at Notasulga High School, was one of a select few students from around the country who was chosen to attend the APPLE engineering camp Summer 2017. She spent several weeks in Cupertino, California learning how to code and use other Apple applications.

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Getting to the HART of Education

“Don’t waste your talent on the dead”, grandmother always said. I really wanted to be a medical examiner but grandmother saw me as a teacher. The inspiration to become an educator stemmed from my grandmother, the late Arlene BeLinda Hart Hart. Regardless of the on-goings in my life, she gave me peace and strength. She constantly proclaimed that I would become a teacher and my later actions have confirmed her vision. My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Shirley Walker, developed my love for science. Her teaching style spoke to each individual student. Mrs. Walker saw something in me that I did not…potential. She nurtured my need to constantly read and encouraged me to explore different avenues of thought. She gave me the spark to learn and be innovative. Because of their influence, I have earned a Bachelors of Science from Tuskegee University and a Masters of Biology Education from Alabama Sate University. Currently, I am pursuing my Educational

Specialist Degree in Biology Education from Alabama State University. I am honored to have awards from the Tuskegee University Woman of Excellence Award for Education, Sigma Xi Teaching Award, Jenkins Equipment Award, and Tuskegee University Math and Science Partnership Model Teacher. My memberships include National Education Association, Alabama Education Association, Education Association of Macon County, American Association of Chemistry Teachers, Higgsville Baptist Church, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

BeLinda Hart -National Teacher of the Year 7


MACON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENTS, PARENTS, TEACHERS, COMMUNITY REV UP FOR NEA’S READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY AND READ ACROSS MACON COUNTY MONTH Students in Macon County, Alabama will join millions of their peers across the country to celebrate reading and literacy in their classrooms and schools all month long and celebrate the 20th Anniversary of National Education Association’s (NEA) Read Across America Day on Friday, March 2, 2018!

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NEA’s Read Across America Day, which celebrates Dr. Suess’s birthday and the joys of reading, expects more than 45 million readers, both young and old, to pick up a book and read. MACON COUNTY FAMILY Winter 2018


READ ACROSS AMERICA/READ ACROSS MACON COUNTY KICKOFF ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH GOAL: TO READ 10,000 BOOKS DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH STARTING WITH

“All the splendor and magic t hat could put Oz to shame, C. Raymond Gray’s storytelling instantly reminded me of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. All I can say... is WoW!”

“As an avid reader, I thoroughly enjoyed The FunGkins. It really does take its reader on a rollercoaster ride. It’s truly an amazing tale of fantasy and adventure!”

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Dr. Jacqueline Brooks, Superintendent of Macon County Schools

The FunGkins is a superbly crafted fantasy adventure that will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to households, and library collections. It is certain to be enjoyed from beginning to end.

You have heard of Smurfs, Cabbage Patch Kids, even Minions. Now meet the world’s newest magical little people! “The FunGkins”

- James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief Children’s Book Watch-

February 15, 2018

INTRODUCING CLARA GOODAY & THE FUNGKINS

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For more info, please visit my website at: https://craymondgray.com

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Teachers Share Reading day! Teachers share with their classes their favorite book and why it is so important to read.

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*Wacky Wednesday *Wear your wackiest socks! *Drop Everything And Read D.E.A.R.

*Theodore Thursday *Dress Like your favorite Dr. Seuss Character

6 *DROP Everything and Read Day! During each block students will D.E.A.R.

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7 Oh, The Places Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Go! Students dress to represent their career choice

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8 *DROP Everything and Read Day! During each block students will D.E.A.R.

15 *DROP Everything and Read Day! During each block students will D.E.A.R.

22 * DROP Everything and Read Day! During each block students will D.E.A.R.

Friday 2 *Funny Food Friday *Wear Green *Green Eggs and Ham! Students will have green eggs and ham for breakfast.

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READ Across Macon County Tuskegee Public School March 2 - May 2, 2018 Kick O! Activity March 2, 2018!

Code Green - Free to Read Friday

Students will read throughout the day.!

Redeem-a-Score

March 5-16, 2018! Students will be allowed to retake test on quizzes failed.!

Read-n-Chew

March 12 - April 20, 2018! Invite TU students, community leaders and parents to read to students.!

Choose a Nook & Read a Book

March 23, 2018! Students will be allowed to read outside the classroom.!

Book Review Small Group Project

(TBA)! Students will read a book, pick story elements, display on trifold board.!

Best Dressed Character !

April 13, 2018! Students will dress like a character from their favorite book.!

Book Poster Contest

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D.E.A.R. with a Partner

(TBA)! Students will read with a partner.!

Read-a-Lawn

(TBA)! Students will read on the lawn.!

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April 30 - May 4, 2018!

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broad cross-section of the community showed up on Friday, November 17, 2017 to work as volunteers on a KaBOOM playground project. Their efforts transformed barren land behind Tuskegee Public School in Tuskegee into a fun and safe play space for students. The volunteer turnout was so strong and the workers were so productive on Prep Day #1, there was no need for a second Prep Day. The final phase for this project was Build Day on November 24, 2017â&#x20AC;ŚTake noteâ&#x20AC;Ś200 volunteers were needed but more than 300 showed up. Some drilled, hammered and tightened screws while others tried to make sense of

what went where all in the name of patience and teamwork. "We're trying to get all the parts together," said one volunteer. Kaboom! had supervisors on hand to make sure the playground was constructed properly and was thoroughly checked out before children used it. The Tuskegee Kaboom playground is number 3,019 and was the newest Kaboom playground in Alabama. Volunteers started around 8:45 a.m. and wrapped up 4:30 p.m. that included a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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elcome to the Career & Technical Education section. You will find very diversified programs in our secondary school locations: Notasulga High School, Tuskegee Institute Middle School, Booker T. Washington High School and the Macon County Career Tech Center. We offer:

Dr. Melvin Alonza Lowe, III, EdD Educational Director

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Agriscience Automotive Services Business Education Cosmetology Family & Consumer Science Fire Safety Health Science Information Technology Industrial Maintenance w/Manufacturing JROTC

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n addition to these programs, we offer dual enrollment opportunities for our students through our partnership with Trenholm State Community College. Our newest initiative is the Simulated Workplace Design Collaborative. In this career readiness project, we are in our pre-implementation phase. At this time, students are also participating in Open Time Clock and Industry Uniforms as a means of preparing them for career and college success.

For more information, please review next 6 pages 1902 Taylor Street Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 36088 334.724.7236 office • 334.727.0900 fax www.maconk12.org

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Instructor: Mrs. Tumie Arkadie, RN, MSN Ed earned her Master's of Science Degree in Nursing from South University in Montgomery AL and her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Tuskegee University. Prior to that, she held a degree for licensed practical nurse from Debakey High School for Health Professions in Houston, Texas. Her nursing career spans 34 years, and her teaching experiences include Job Corps Training Centers and postsecondary instruction at Auburn University, Virginia College, South University, and Southern Union State Community College.

Don't call them dummies. This is a smart investment by Macon County public school administrators who are preparing students to succeed in college or careers. Called a Training Manikin, these simulated life forms are wired to mimic important aspects of the human body so that students can get training on patient assessments, interventions and clinical decision-making.

She is certified in CPR/AED/ First Aid as an instructor and in Occupational Safety. Her health professional organizations include Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Epsilon Chapter, and Sigma Theta Tau International. She has received many awards and recognitions.

Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 19 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.3 million new jobs. Healthcare occupations will add more jobs than any other group of occupations. This growth is expected due to an aging population and because federal health insurance reform should increase the number of individuals who have access to health insurance. The median annual wage for healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (such as registered nurses, physicians and surgeons, and dental hygienists) was $62,610 in May 2015, which was higher than the median annual wage for all occupations in the economy of $36,200. Healthcare support occupations (such as home health aides, occupational therapy assistants, and medical transcriptionists) had a median annual wage of $27,040 in May 2015, lower than the median annual wage for all occupations in the economy. 20


The Macon County school system is a leader in this region concerning innovations in education, which includes training that could lead to high paying jobs in the automotive and aviation industries. School administrators recently held an open house at the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center to showcase the impressive array of equipment and the exceptional teaching personnel that are associated with the CTE. This program offers sophisticated training in robotics, pneumatics, hydraulics and other aspects of Industrial Maintenance. The new instructor for the Industrial Maintenance program is Spencer Ferguson, an electrical engineer who encourages everyone to take a look at whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s being offered, especially since itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s free to students. There are two ways for local residents to access the training â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a mobile classroom that can visit neighborhoods and teach adult learners close to where they live. As an alternative, adult students may choose to go to the building where evening classes are taught at 1902 Taylor Street near Tuskegee Institute Middle School. Adult learners can sign up, take the classes and earn a certificate, which will qualify them for jobs at nearby automotive plants. And with the T-100 manufacturing facility on the horizon, the training is in line with T-100 work requirements. Macon County high school students who also take classes at Trenholm State Community College through the dual enrollment program are also eligible for the Industrial Maintenance program.

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center

Spencer Ferguson

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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES

Instructor Chris Clark runs a first-rate learning environment in the Automotive Services section of the CTE. It is a well equipped, spotless classroom and auto shop (check the photo bottom right), that is conducive to educating the male and female students registered in this program. He is very proud that his program is NATEF certified and that he had a student to win silver at last year's competition. At the time Macon County earned this distinction, there were only five other certified programs in the entire state. The median pay for Automotive Service technicians and Mechanics is $37,850 per year or $18.20 per hour.

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Chris Clark, Instructor for Automotive Services at CTE.


Above Left: The AgriScience instructor, Tracy Stacy, Above Right: A student learning the proper way of welding, Middle Left: A table in the classroom with many types of small engines for students to repair and learn how they operate, Lower Left: One of the many female students is working to earn a degree in AgriScience.

If you are wondering, “What is AgriScience?”, here’s the definition; Agricultural Science is a broad multidisciplinary field of biology that encompasses the parts of exact, natural, economic and social sciences that are used in the practice and understanding of agriculture. (Veterinary science, but not animal science, is often excluded from the definition.) It’s the application of science to agriculture. Some of the many occupations in AgriScience are; Agriculture Scientist, Agronomist, Biochemist, County Extension Agent, Dairy Farmer, Environmental Analyst, Landscape Architect, Marine Biologist, Meterologist just to name a few. Agricultural engineers sometimes travel to farms to oversee the installation of new systems. The median pay is $75,000 per year, average hourly rate is $36.10 per. Agricultural engineers attempt to solve agricultural problems concerning power supplies, the efficiency of machinery, the use of structures and facilities, pollution and environmental issues, and the storage and processing of agricultural products.

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Captain Robert Smith (above) is the Fire Science teacher at the CTE. Here, he is explaining the danger of fire and how quickly conditions can change. He and substitute teacher, Lieutenant Uralvin Clark, both work to prepare students for possible careers as f i r e f i g h t e r o r paramedic/ENTs. The median annual wage for firefighters was $46,870 in 2015. Both careers respond to emergency situations where life and property are at risk. Middle Right, Capt. Smith assisting student with firefighter gear. Bottom left, student shows the proper way to hold equipment. Bottom right: student in full firefighter gear demostrates correct way to use equipment.

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Information Technology This program is for students who are interested in pursuing careers that involve developing strategies to design, administer, fine-tune, and maintain databases, plus develop the business acumen needed to excel in the IT industry. Courses provide an overview of the knowledge and skills required in implementing operational databases that help organizations successfully manage their business processes and provide business intelligence Mr. William Turner, Information Technology Teacher above and below left, explaining coding and programs to students.

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TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR FROM MACON COUNTY JUVENILE COURT JUDGE DEBORAH H. BIGGERS TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL FROM Court Judge, We are all excited for the beginning ofAthe 2017-2018 school year!YEAR As Juvenile MACON COUNTY JUVENILE COURT JUDGE DEBORAH H. BIGGERS I want all children to be successful and thrive in an environment that gives them the best opportunity to learn and accomplish this success! We are all excited for the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year! As Juvenile

Therefore, parents/guardians, implement the following: Court Judge, I wantplease all children to be successful and thrive in an environment that gives them the best opportunity to learn and accomplish this success! Judge Deborah H. Biggers

Therefore, parents/guardians, please implement the following:

Alabama law provides that a child enrolled in public school, must not have more than seven (7) unexcused absences in a school year, or that child will be referred to the Juvenile Court as being TRUANT. A student who is tardy, suspended or expelled is not considered an unexcused absence for truancy purposes. Please check your school’s written Code of Conduct, to learn what is considered an excused absence and the necessary procedures you must follow to present the written excuse to the school administrator. The law further provides that the parent, guardian or other person having control or custody of any child required to regularly attend school, who fails to require the child to regularly attend school, may be CONVICTED of a MISDEMEANOR and be ordered to spend time in the Macon County Jail.

Please know that gangs do exist in Macon County. Therefore, educate yourself on the gang signs, colors and tattoos. Learn your child’s friends and associates. If the friend or associate appears to be a bad influence, intervene and bar your child’s association with that person.

Know your child’s whereabouts at all times, even if you are at work.

A child’s education is a “right”. Cell phones, video games and other electronic devices that you purchase are a “privilege”. If your child fails to obey you, fails to do his or her homework, or tries to rebuke your authority, withdraw or take away the “privilege”.

A child does not reach the age of majority (becomes an adult under Alabama law) until the age of 19 years, unless he or she has been emancipated. Therefore, as the parent, you have the “power”, use it!

Cyber bullying and bullying in general have become serious problems nationwide. If your child has become depressed or does not want to attend school because of being bullied, please take it seriously and go to the school or talk to the bullying child’s parent or guardian, to advocate for a positive environment for your child.

If your child is prescribed medication by a physician or East Central Mental Health, etc., it is your responsibility to ensure that your child takes the medication as prescribed.

It takes a “village” to raise a child, and I want to see the parents or guardians, schools, churches, juvenile court, and all other stakeholders in this county be a strong collective force to protect our children from harm; see that they graduate from high school; and find their place in society as productive citizens!

____________________________________ DEBORAH H. BIGGERS Juvenile Court Judge

“EVERY CHILD MATTERS”

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The Main Event II: Rematch of the Year in 2018 MCBOE District Open House of the Century It Was A Knock Down, Drag Out Fight In The Macon County School District in October 2017...A Night to Fight Like A Champion for Student Success!!! Parents, School and Community helped us knockout any barriers to success as the Main Event went down last October. Our district open house is held annually as we celebrate parenting month. MCBOE has some great fighters both inside and outside of the ring. Fighting for the SUCCESS of our STUDENTS!!! Please mark your calendar for this October 2018 for one of the greatest rematches of Macon County school districtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history. The event is on track to be bigger and badder than last year, with expanded partnerships, better fights for student success and greater as ever attendance. So, get ready for the fight of the year. MCBOE is going to great lengths to make sure that all fighters are top notch, ensuring the most exciting and entertaining bouts. THIS TEAM BUILDING EVENT OF THE YEAR IS ABOUT TO GET REAL FOR 2018!!!

This Main Event ring is ready for the 2018 fight card.

Still Undefeated

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School/Center Information and Leaders

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 3803 West Martin Luther King Highway, Tuskegee, Alabama 36083

334-727-0073

Mrs. Brelind C. Sullen, Principal Mr. Corey Parker, Principal on Assignment Mr. Thomas Torbert, Dean of Students

DEBORAH CANNON WOLFE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4450 Cross Keys Road, Shorter, Alabama 36075

334-727-1641

Mrs. Carolyn Bradley, Acting Principal

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 300 Union Springs Road, Tuskegee, Alabama 36083

334-727-2700

Mr. Norman Williams, Principal Ms. Trishonne Tullos, Dean of Students Dr. Venesia McClaney, Director on Assignment

NOTASULGA HIGH SCHOOL 500 East Main Street, Notasulga, Alabama, 36866

334-724-1240

Mr. Lasisi Hooks, Principal Mr. Freddie Williams, Assistant Principal

TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE MIDDLE SCHOOL 1809 Franklin Road, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 24 36088

334-727-2580

Mrs. Rosemary Wright, Principal Dr. Robbi Flowers, Assistant Principal/Case Manager

TUSKEGEE PUBLIC SCHOOL 101 East Price Street, Tuskegee, Alabama 36083

334-727-3222

Mrs. Tiffany Williams, Principal Mrs. Karen Stewart Moore, Assistant Principal

MACON COUNTY STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER 1809 Franklin Road, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 36088

334-724-1235

Mr. Albert Nelson, Interim Coordinator

MACON COUNTY CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER 1902 Taylor Street, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 36088

334-724-1236

Dr. Melvin A. Lowe, III, Director

MACON COUNTY TRANSPORTATION CENTER AND BUS SHOP 3800 West Martin Luther King Highway, Tuskegee, Alabama 36083 Mrs. Tracie Jackson, Interim Director Mr. Joseph Hammonds, Shop Foreman

334-724-1221

Macon County Schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or other legally protected status in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activities. The school system does not discriminate in its hiring practices.

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MACON COUNTY FAMILY Winter2017


Booker T. Washington High School Baseball / Softball Varsity Boys Baseball Varsity Boys Washington, B.T.Baseball High School: Team Management

Schedule

B.T. Washington High School: Team Management

Date Date

Time Time

Name Name

VenueVenue

Score Score Contract Contract Required Required

02/27/2018 5:30 PM CST at Lanett High School

Jennings Field

03/01/2018 5:30 PM CST at Notasulga High School

Notasulga Stadium

Pending

03/07/2018 5:30 PM CST Lanett High School

BTW GYM

Pending

03/09/2018 6:00 PM CST at Lanett High School

Jennings Field

Pending

03/15/2018 4:00 PM CDT Beauregard High School

BTW GYM

Pending

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03/16/2018 4:00 PM CDT at Beauregard High School

Beauregard High School Baseball Field

Pending

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04/03/2018 4:00 PM CDT at Valley High School

Crestview Valley High Baseball Complex

Pending

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04/05/2018 4:00 PM CDT Valley High School

BTW GYM

Pending

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Varsity Girls Softball Varsity Girls Softball Washington, B.T. High School: Team Management

W 24-0 Pending

B.T. Washington High School: Team Management Date Date

Time Time

Name Name

Venue Venue

Score Contract Required Score Contract Required

03/07/2018 5:00 PM CST Beauregard High School

TBA

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03/08/2018 4:30 PM CST at Valley High School

Ram Stadium Valley Sports Plex

03/14/2018 5:00 PM CDT Amos P. Godby High School

TBA

03/20/2018 5:00 PM CDT at Beauregard High School

Beauregard High Softball Field

03/22/2018 4:30 PM CDT Valley High School

TBA

04/12/2018 4:30 PM CDT at Bullock County High School

Bullock County High School

Pending

04/16/2018 5:00 PM CDT at LaFayette High School

Lafayette High School

Pending

04/19/2018 4:30 PM CDT Bullock County High School

TBA

04/23/2018 5:00 PM CDT LaFayette High School

TBA

Pending

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Pending

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B. T. W. Track & Field 2018 Auburn Early Bird: Auburn AL - 3/10/18 Montgomery Academy Invitational: Montgomery AL - 3/24/18 Sylacauga Meet 3: Sylacauga AL - 4/5/18 Wayne Murphy Invite: Auburn AL - 4/04/18 Hornets Invitational: Opelika AL - 4/21/18 Regional Meet: Opelika AL - 4/26/18 & 4/27/18 State Meet: Gulf Shores 5/2/18 to 5/6/18

TIMS Track & Field 2018 Smith Station HS/JV: Smith Station AL - 3/15/18 Auburn MS/JV: Auburn AL - 3/20/18 Auburn MS/JV: Auburn AL - 3/27/18 East Alabama MS/JV: Championship - 4/12/18

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Notasulga High School Baseball / Softball Schedule

JV Boys Baseball JV Boys Baseball Notasulga High School: Team Management

Notasulga High School: Team Management

Date Date

Time Time

Name Name

Venue Venue

Score Score Contract Contract Required Required

03/01/2018 4:00 PM CST Washington, B.T. High School

Notasulga Stadium

Pending

03/01/2018 5:30 PM CST Washington, B.T. High School

Notasulga Stadium

Pending

03/22/2018 4:30 PM CDT at Lanett High School

Lanett Jennings Baseball Field

Pending

03/22/2018 6:45 PM CDT at Lanett High School

Lanett Jennings Baseball Field

Pending

04/09/2018 3:30 PM CDT Loachapoka High School

Notasulga Stadium

Pending

JV Girls Softball JV Girls Softball Notasulga High School: Team Management

Notasulga High School: Team Management

Date Date

Time Time

Name Name

Venue Venue

Score Score Contract Contract Required Required

03/14/2018 4:30 PM CDT at LaFayette High School

Lafayette High School

Pending

03/22/2018 4:30 PM CDT at Bullock County High School

Bullock County High School

Pending

03/29/2018 4:00 PM CDT at Central High School, Hayne.

Hayneville Softball Field

Pending

04/17/2018 4:30 PM CDT Bullock County High School

TBA

04/18/2018 4:30 PM CDT LaFayette High School

TBA

04/24/2018 4:00 PM CDT Central High School, Hayne.

TBA

Notasulga High School Varsity Track & Field 2018 Schedule Mike Spain Track and Field Meet: Opelika, AL - 3/17/18 (9am) Smith Station Track Complex: Smith Station, AL - 4/6/18 and 4/7/18 (9am CST) Wayne Murphy Auburn Track Invitational: Auburn, AL - 4/14/18 (9am) Hornets Invitational: Opelika, AL - 4/21/18 (9am)

AHSAA 1A Section 2 Smith Station Track Complex: Smith Station, AL - 4/27/18 and 4/28/18

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Cullman High School: Cullman, AL - 5/4/18 and 5/5/18


The Tuskegee Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) serves businesses throughout Macon County. We support and instigate collaborations, cultivate the atmosphere for networking and perform as a resource for Chamber members and the larger community. We work to support local businesses, contribute to economic stability, enhance the quality of life for our neighbors and promote the Tuskegee area as a tourist destination. We operate with a decentralized committee structure administered by Chamber members. Individuals are encouraged to join the committee(s) that best fit their interests and skills.

• Business to Business • Small Business Programs • Tourism Promotion • Networking & Events • Awards & Recognitions • Eggs & Issues

WE SUPPORT THE MACON COUNTY SCHOOLS CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 802 Crawford Street - Tuskegee AL 36083 - 334.727.6619 - ourchamberworks@gmail.com www.tuskegeeareachamber.org


We are committed to providing quality service to the citizens of Tuskegee, Macon County and the State of Alabama

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Macon County Family Magazine #2  
Macon County Family Magazine #2  

This is #2 in a series of magazines focusing on good news within the Macon County School System.

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