Andalusia city schools

Covington County School Systems Receive School Supplies

-From the South Alabama Newsroom- School systems in Covington County received a large donation of school supplies Wednesday. It was thanks to a partnership between Christian-based World Vision International, Covington County faith and civic leaders, and school officials. The school supplies will provide enough items to help about 1,050 students.  Boxes were filled with pouches containing pencils, rulers, markers, crayons, and…

Ident-A-Kid Coming to Andalusia City School System

Andalusia City Schools could soon have a new way to identify visitors and students when school starts back in two weeks. The school system is working to bring the Ident-A-Kid Security service to all three of its campuses. Andalusia City Schools Superintendent Ted Watson says this is one way the schools are protecting their students and staff. “Securing that campus…

Sales Tax Revenue Provides Technology, Improvements

There are more than 1,700 students in the Andalusia City School system. Every student in grades K-12 will have access to an electronic device in the upcoming school year. The technology will be paid for by the city’s half cent sales tax, which has been in effect for six years. The revenue from the tax is used exclusively for education….