Alexander Central High School Baseball Coach Pete Hardee has been recognized by his peers for one of the most prestigious honors a coach can receive. Coach Hardee was inducted in the North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame during the 2018 Coaches Convention held in Greensboro Friday, Dec. 7. Hardee joined the ACHS coaching staff in 2015 and has led Varsity Cougar Baseball for the past three seasons. Last spring, Hardee picked up his 400th career win in a Cougar victory ... to read more click the heading.
Alexander County School Board members and administration recognized 10 certified staff members who completed National Board Certification during the February school board meeting. Three staff members from Alexander County Schools obtained certification for the first time. They include Amber Huffman (Alexander Central High School), Kerri Wimberly (Alexander Central High School), and Christina (Crissy) Williams (Bethlehem Elementary School). Seven staff members were also honored that have renewed their national certification. They include Elizabeth Duncan (Alexander Central High School), Jeanette Badertscher (Bethlehem Elementary School), Erin Lewis (Ellendale Elementary School), Laura Sprinkle (Ellendale Elementary School), Jenna Buff (Sugar Loaf Elementary School), Cindy Greene (Sugar Loaf Elementary School), and Kim Lowman (West Alexander Middle School). To read more click the heading.
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Eighteen students representing Alexander County’s elementary and middle schools took the stage at Alexander Central Auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 5, to compete for the top honor of Spelling Bee Champion. A fourth-grade student at Bethlehem Elementary School, Carter Payne, emerged as the 2019 Alexander County Spelling Bee Champion for the second time in a row. Noah Pope, an eighth-grade student from West Alexander Middle School, placed second in the countywide event. To read more and link to the photos, click the heading above.
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