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Principals of T.R. Simmons Elementary and Memorial Park Elementary shared how each school is working to close achievement gaps in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meagan Fields, principal of … more
The Walker County school system is in the process of adding classrooms specifically designed to meet the mental health needs of students. Early this year a trauma-informed classroom or "calm camp" … more

Both the Walker County and Jasper City school systems, as well as Bevill State Community College, are set to benefit from a $1.25 billion bond issue.


Walker County Board of Education President Brad Ingle will serve a second term as District 7 director for the Alabama Association of School Boards (AASB).

Kindergarten students at T.R. Simmons Elementary school did not miss out on the tradition of picking out a pumpkin for Halloween this year. School field trips are not occurring this year due to … more

Bevill State Community College has been awarded a $45,000 Raising the Financial Bar for Women grant from the Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, while the college’s Thrive Together Walker County partnership with the Jasper Area Family Services Center and the Walker County Board of Education was awarded $50,000 for their third year.

Cases of COVID-19 are still being reported in Walker County Schools, and Jasper City Schools has seen a slight uptick in confirmed cases. As of last week, the Jasper City Board of Education had … more
The Walker County Board of Education is once again investing in the safety of students by purchasing 12 new school buses. The school buses arrived in Jasper this past week and are expected to be … more
Bevill State Community College is the only entity in the state of Alabama to receive recently awarded funds from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to foster economic growth in coal-impacted … more
The Walker County Board of Education is continuing to enhance Internet safety for students. Walker County Schools Technology Director Patrick Gann addressed school board members last Thursday to … more
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