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Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Haleyville Schools Schedule

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Haleyville schools will begin the 2015-16 school year on Wednesday, August 12, which will be a full day. As a safety and legal reminder, you can be fined for using your cell phone in the school campass area, to include 20th Street and 20th Avenues. 

Haleyville High School (HHS), Principal Holly Sutherland

New student registration August 5 from 9 - 3:30

OPEN HOUSE - August 10 starts in gym at 6 p.m., then parents and students will go to their respective homerooms to schedules. They will follow their schedule after homeroom and teachers will have supplies needed posted. The event should conclude by 8:15.

LOCKER RENTAL- August 5 from 10 to 12. Fee $10.

 

Haleyville Middle School (HMS), Principal Bo Wilcoxson

LOCKER DAY - August 4, Fee $5.....6th grade, 8 - 10 a.m, 7th grade 10:30 - 12, 8th grade 1:30-3 pm.

OPEN HOUSE - August 10, 6 - 8 p.m. starts in the gym

 

Haleyville Elementary School (HES), Principal Wayne Frazier

OPEN HOUSE - August 11, 5 - 7 p.m.

Haleyville Board of Education

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The Haleyville Board of Education met Tuesday for the last meeting before school resumes for the 2015-16 school year. The board approved the following items:

- Board expenditures for June for $1,222,095.92.

- Substitute lunchroom worker list

- Substitue teacher list

- Amendment to the Instructional Policy

- Amendment to the General Administrative Policy

- System supplemental employee listing

- Coaching assignments

- Addition to HHS fees schedule

- Salary and supplement schedule

- Breakfast workers assignment

- Student Code of Conduct

- Lunchroom a la carte prices

- Students Policy be sent to components for input

The board also approved the use of school facilities for the Cardinal Toy Bowl team and the Boy Scouts of America-Black Warrior Council.

Five fundraisers were approved.

In personnel, the board approved the following:

- Resignation of Trey George as Physical Education Teacher at HMS

- To increase contract hours of Rita Butler from half-time to full time HES custodian

- Voluntary transfer of Beverley McCluskey from HHS to HES lunchroom worker

- Work term for all Prevention & At-Risk, Social Service Liaison Specialist and System Grant Writer/Facilitators be reduced systemwide from 10 months to 9 months for Jennifer McInnish

- Hire Julie Brooks, Beverly Donaldson and Robin Wilson as Extended Day Tutors for HES

- Hire Al Temple as Summer School Access Facilitator at HHS

- Hire Jyl Loden as half-time speech language pathology assistant 

- Hire Molly Finley Martin as math teacher at HMS

- Hire Alex DeLean as Paraprofessional at HES.

The next regular scheduled meeting of the Haleyville Board of Education is August 25, 7 p.m. in the board room at HHS. 

Spilled Wood

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Tuesday afternoon, just after 2 p.m., a tractor-trailer loaded with lumber left the Universal Forest Products plant at Delmar heading south on Highway 13. Rounding a curve, still north of Natural Bridge, the load shifted and the truck rolled over on it's side, dumping the wood in the highway and ditch. The highway was shut down for many hours as workers picked up the lumber from the side of the roadway. The driver was not injured and there were no other vehicles involved. 

A post note, a tractor-trailer was detoured by Lynn fireman at Natural Bridge as the driver elected to try making it over County Road 6. When the driver arrived on the scene of the wood spill, she asked if she could come through. It was then a discovery was made which stopped the truck from traveling any further than the location of the spilled wood. Apparently, when the truck crossed over the railroad on the county road, the crossing ripped a hole in a fuel tank and was leaking bad enough the driver was told not to continue. The driver stated she was running out of crew duty time and was in a hurry. It was one time, being in a hurry did not pay. 

Bath After Swimming in Natural Waters

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You still have time for some summer fun, but reports from WIAT 42 in Birmingham and the Cullman Times indicate there may be a problem if you want to go swimming in Smith Lake or any other body of natural water. Experts are advising to bath after swimming in Smith Lake otherwise you could develop skin infections. Over this past weekend, a 4 year-old boy broke out in sores after swimming in Smith Lake, which was diagnosed as a staph infection. Other people have reported skin infections, ranging from rashes to impetigo and staph. 

The Alabama Department of Public Health stated they were not aware of any alerts or swimming restrictions for any lakes in Alabama. 

It may be the heat, but with any body of natural water, there is always going to be some form of bacteria. Children are going to have scrapes and bug bites. Parents are cautioned to rinse their children well after they get out of the water to reduce the bacteria on the skin to prevent infections like impetigo. Anyone with a skin infection should avoid swimming in natural bodies of water to prevent further exposure to bacteria, according to Dr. Karen Landers, a pediatrician who works for the Department of Health. 

Winston EMA Director on State Board

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Kathy Carson, left, of Lee County, will lead the 2015-2016 board of directors of the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers, which includes, from left, President-Elect Mike Evans, Mobile County EMA; 2nd Vice President Jonathan Gaddy, Calhoun County EMA; Johnny Brock, Conecuh County EMA; Ronnie Dollar, Henry County EMA; Deandre Kimbrough, Perry County EMA; Bob Franklin, Russell County EMA; James Burnett, Winston County EMA; Scott Worsham, Madison County EMA; Hub Harvey, Shelby County EMA; LaTonya Stephens, Alabama EMA; and Past President Anita McBurnett, Marshall County EMA.

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Tag and Drivers License Expired?

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A great way to get stopped by law enforcement officers is to have an out-of-date tage.  When does your car tag expire?  It expires the last day of the month of issue.

If your last name begins with the letter P or L, you have through Friday, July 31st to renew your tag.  For August, if your last name begins with J, K or R, you will need to renew.  This is a state wide system of determining who renews when, so it is applicable in all counties. 

 Marion County Judge of Probate, Rocky E. Ridings, as well as the Winston and Franklin County Probate Judges remind you about renewing your tag, and take a look at the expiration date on your driver's license.  Get your tag and driver's license renewed on time, and avoid a possible fine.

FYI:

January          A,D

February        B

March            C,E

April               F,G,N

May               H,O

June              M,I

July               P,L

August           J,K,R

September     Q,S,T

October         U,V,W,X,Y,Z & Commerical

November     Commercial

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