Tuesday, April 25, 2017

School board recognizes HOSA winners

By Donna Williamson Opelika Observer The Opelika City Board of Education recognized Opelika High School’s Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) at Tuesday’s meeting. Chazden Blackmon, Adriane King,...

Not in Kansas anymore

OHTS brings 'Wizard of Oz' to the stage

Lee-Scott elementary school holds Veterans Day program

The Lee-Scott Academy elementary school held its annual VeteFriday, Nov. 11. Each class in grades first through sixth were given a large red or...

Local students write about citizenship

I can show citizenship in many ways. Citizenship means to have basic rights, duties and privileges of a country. It means you have the...

Trinity shows talent to family, friends

Written by by Christian Page Student Reporter Trinity’s annual school-wide talent show was a success as students of all ages performed in front of family and...

‘Our Town’ now performing through the weekend at Opelika Center for the Performing Arts

Last night and for five nights more, the Opelika Center for the Performing Arts will be an extension of normal, picturesque Grovers Corners, N.H.,...

‘Decidedly organic’

Morris Avenue Intermediate opens fitness, fruit trail By Alison James Associate Editor Students at Morris Avenue Intermediate School have another opportunity for fresh air and exercise with...

OHS soccer coach to foucs season on academic, not athletic, success

by the Opelika Observer staff   Opelika varsity and junior varisty boys soccer coach Chad Smith tried to kickoff his team’s season like many other coaches...

Opelika City School Board of Education considers construction projects

By Donna Williamson Opelika Observer At Tuesday’s meeting, which was held in the new first grade wing at Carver Primary School, the Opelika City Board of Education...