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  • Bulldog Cheerleaders a Force to be Reckoned with: Small Squad of nine Mauls its way up to Nationals

    The 2018-2019 Sheffield High School Varsity Cheerleading team competed at the National High School Cheerleading Championship during Feb. 8-10 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Shown are (front row, from left) Keana Wright, Dakari MacDonald, Paola Soria, (back row, same order) Skylar Elkins, Jayden Woods, Nick Reid, coach Emily Stewart, Aurora Brown, Molly Burch, Emma Demorse Front Row L to R Keana Wright, Dakari MacDonald and Paola Soria... Read More

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  • Sheffield High takes State win in National STEM Competition

    Sheffield High students Austin Walker and Zane Turner cut a piece of a project to study the zebra mussel in the Tennessee River. The students are in Jami Smith's "Introduction to Engineering" class that has won a Samsung STEM competition. Zane Turner admits he got a few raised eyebrows when he suggested his research idea for last fall's Samsung STEM national competition. The plight of the Tennessee River battle with the ever-growing invasive zebra mussel wasn't a topic that garnered immediate interest from his seventh-period engineering classmates... Read More

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  • Sheffield Teacher earns trip to MIT for Training

    Sheffield High School teacher Jamie Smith leaves next week for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she plans to learn more about how to implement a year-long project with her students. Smith earned the trip to MIT (June 18-21) after being selected as one of 30 educators in Alabama to receive the Lemelson-MIT Excite Award. Assistant Superintendent Carlos Nelson said initiatives such as Smith's are what moves the school district forward. "Pursuing these types of programs keeps us on the cutting edge (technologically) and it's a win-win for students and our district," he said. Smith said good materials would be needed for the project with a touch screen about 42 inches wide. "The students will design, build and work out all the technology aspects of the project," she said. "It would be huge if we won the funding for this... Read More

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