Latest Enterprise High School Stories

2008-08-07 06:00:37

By Kelly Tabor, The Enterprise Ledger, Ala. Aug. 7--While nearly all schools in the Enterprise City School system met proficiency goals in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) status reports, Enterprise High School did not make AYP, as defined in the No Child Left Behind Act, because of reading scores in special education. In the accountability reports released by the Alabama Department of Education, schools are given a pass or fail on reading, mathematics, and another academic indicator,...

2008-07-19 06:00:20

By Brian Maffly, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 19--Dale Nelson once operated a 250-head dairy herd in Enterprise, keeping the milk flowing for 20 years before the dairy business soured on him several years ago. Equipped with a degree in animal science from Brigham Young University, Nelson worked quality control at a meat-packing plant and ran a grocery before getting a job teaching biology at Enterprise High School, where his son taught. There was a catch. Nelson, then south of 60, had...

2008-06-18 21:00:19

By Danny Harrison, The Enterprise Ledger, Ala. Jun. 19--The historic Carroll Street School just west of downtown Enterprise will soon begin a new chapter as a temporary Enterprise High School building, which school system officials say is key to putting students back on a normal school-day schedule. Days after the March 1, 2007 tornado destroyed Enterprise High and Hillcrest Elementary schools, elementary students were combined with students at Holly Hill Elementary, and the high school...

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