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Student assistance programs underway

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Efforts continue to be underway to secure food and clothing to assist kids in need at Madison County Central School (MCCS). The goal is to establish a clothes closet and a backpack program that allows children to carry food home for the weekend. The collections are headed up by Scarlett Lacey, who is the elementary guidance counselor at MCCS. Students from three to 14 years of age could benefit from your gently-used clothing items. Some currently needed items are: shirts for boys and girls of…

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Former student fills retiring teacher’s shoes: Meet MCHS, MCCS’ new Ag teacher

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. After receiving her Master’s degree out of state, a Madison County High School (MCHS) graduate is now returning home to fill the shoes of the position that Ed Sapp held for 32 years. Kailee Morris, a former student who participated in Sapp’s class for four years, started as the new Agricultural Education teacher for MCHS and Madison County Central School (MCCS) on Monday, June 18. Morris, of Greenville, graduated from North Florida Community College in the summer after her high school graduation in 2013. That…

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JMPHS Beta Club goes to nationals

Story Submitted School club activities do not always stop when school ends. This summer, the James Madison Preparatory High School (JMPHS) Beta Club competed at BetaCon 2018, the annual National Beta Club Convention in Savannah, Ga. More than 20,000 Senior Beta Club members and their sponsors from clubs around the United States attended this year’s convention. Savannah newspapers reported that it was the largest convention in Savannah’s history. The competition was friendly but fierce. “Lead Outside the Box” team members Payton Davis, Jadyn Gore, Joseph Mancil and Kayla Reeves pulled together an outstanding…

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NFCC Honors College Employees for Professional Achievement and Years of Service

Submitted by: NFCC Office of College Advancement North Florida Community College employees gathered at the NFCC Student Center on Tuesday, May 8, for the college’s annual employee recognition ceremony. The gathering honors all NFCC employees for their contributions to the college, recognizes NFCC’s Above and Beyond award recipients and honors employees for years of service to NFCC. NFCC is excited to announce that Jeff Kreyling of Hamilton County and Dani Mays of Madison County were both selected to receive NFCC’s Above and Beyond Award for 2017 – 2018. ­Kreyling is…

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