Friday, November 24, 2017

Opelika Learning Center cookin’ up practical life skills

By Anna-Claire Terry Staff Reporter When the hard work of Gina Smith’s agricultural class paid off in a full garden at the Opelika Learning Center, a...

Carver Primary students learn the value of soil

By Suzanne Montgomery Opelika Observer Second graders at Carver Primary School in Opelika learned the value and complexity of soil, one of earth’s most valued resources, from...

School board approves purchase of new band uniforms for OHS

By Donna Williamson Opelika Observer Board members approved the purchase of new band uniforms for the Opelika High School Spirit of the South Marching Band during...

OHTS spring production to open Saturday

By Rebekah Martin Associate Editor "If you can't be famous, be infamous" is the tagline of the Opelika High School Theatre Society's spring production of Chicago:...

Morris Avenue Intermediate School to introduce ‘Bikeology’

By Anna-Claire Terry Staff Reporter Chris Rhodes, physical education teacher at Morris Avenue Intermediate School, and the Opelika Bicycle Advisory Council have set out to teach...

Kevin Lazenby named National Merit Finalist

Special to the Opelika Observer Opelika High School Senior Kevin Lazenby has been named a National Merit Finalist in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship...

School board honors teachers of the year

By Rebekah Martin Associate Editor Eight Opelika teachers were honored at Tuesday’s school board meeting as Teachers of the Year. One teacher from each school was...

Kendrick Myers named 2016 Assistant Principal of the year

Special to the Opelika Observer Honors keep coming in for Opelika High School faculty. Kendrick Myers, assistant principal at OHS, has been named the Alabama Assistant...

Young Entrepreneurs Academy make presentations

By Anna-Claire Terry Staff Reporter The Young Entrepreneurs Academy held its investors panel event on Monday night. Students were required to present their ideas and inventions to...

John Rice makes donation to Technology Student Association

By Anna-Claire Terry Staff Reporter The robotics team and members of Technology Student Association (TSA) at Opelika High School received a special gift on Monday from...