Category Archives: Local Schools

Jessie Ball duPont Fund Extends Grant to Berea College, Supports Berea’s Latino Male Initiative

The Jessie Ball duPont Fund (Jacksonville, Fla.) has awarded a grant to Berea College to extend the Jessie Ball duPont Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship in Latino Male Academic Success. The grant of $54,060 supports Berea’s Latino Male Initiative, a program to enhance first-to-second-year retention and encourage a sense of belonging among Latino male students at the College. Continue reading Jessie Ball duPont Fund Extends Grant to Berea College, Supports Berea’s Latino Male Initiative

Madison Co. Schools will be in session this Friday

Madison County Schools and the Madison County Education Association believe it is in the best interest of our students for school to be in session on Friday, April 13. We absolutely believe representation is essential as very important decisions are being made affecting the future of public education in our state. The district and MCEA have worked together to ensure Continue reading Madison Co. Schools will be in session this Friday

Berea College Concert Choir to Perform Annual Spring Concert

The Berea College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will present their annual spring concert in Gray Auditorium Sunday, April 15 at 3 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free performance. The choirs are conducted by Dr. Stephen Bolster and will feature several student conductors. Lindsay Clavere will accompany on the piano. Continue reading Berea College Concert Choir to Perform Annual Spring Concert

Ale-8-One celebrates Earth Day with fourth and fifth grade students

This April, Ale-8-One is celebrating Earth Day in several fourth and fifth grade classrooms in Madison and Montgomery counties. Between April 9 and 16, Ale-8 representatives are visiting six schools, including Camargo Elementary, Mapleton Elementary, Mt. Sterling Elementary, Montgomery County Intermediate School, Shannon Johnson Elementary and White Hall Elementary, to talk Continue reading Ale-8-One celebrates Earth Day with fourth and fifth grade students