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Sipsey Valley High School hosted a classroom competition during 2nd period to raise money for the March of Dimes Walk, held at the Tuscaloosa RiverWalk. Mrs. Cameron’s class raised the most money of all classes with an amount of $299.00. FBLA rewarded this class with an ice cream party. FBLA appreciates the students for helping them reach their goal of $1000 this year.
Six students from Sipsey Valley High School FBLA attended the Alabama State Conference 2015 in Birmingham on April 16-17. These Students gained real world expereience through competing in categories of Business Presentations, Microsoft Office, Personal Finance, and Business Calculations. Sipsey Valley received a placque for raising $1263 this year for Alabama March of Dimes. Students attending were Keenan Stewart, Savannah Campbell, Karen Ruiz, Meagan Rodriguez, Lance Sutehall, and Camryn Plowman. Mrs. Sharon Flanagan is the FBLA advisor.
Congratulations to the boys track team for their
SECOND PLACE finish among 12 teams at the
CLASS 4A SECTION 2 MEET this past weekend.
The Bears brought home 7 GOLD, 8 SILVER, and 2 BRONZE MEDALS and qualified 9 runners for the STATE MEET in Gulf Shores later this week.
The 4 by 100 meter relay team of Markeith Gray, Brylon Shirley, Ty Washington, and Jaquan Spencer finished 1st with a new school record time of 45.37 seconds.
Brylan Shirley also finished 1st in the LONG JUMP at 19 feet 10 inches AND the HIGH JUMP at 5 feet 8 inches, setting school records in both events.
Jonathan Pearce finished 1st in the SIXTEEN HUNDRED METER RUN with a new school record time of 4 minutes and 45 seconds.
SILVER MEDALS went to
Brylan Shirley in the 100 meter dash,
Jonathan Pearce in the 400 meter dash,
Brian Washington in the 800 meter run - with a new school record time of 2 minutes and 6 seconds),
And the 4 by 800 meter relay team of Jonathan Pearce, Gregory Parker, Landon Price, and Brian Washington.
BRONZE MEDALS went to Ty Washington in the 100 meter dash and James Lagrone in the THIRTY TWO HUNDRED METER RUN.
Please be sure to congratulate Darien Hall for an outstanding 4th place finish in the long jump along with the rest of his teammates as they take their talents to the state meet this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in Gulf Shores.