ASMS students celebrated German-American Day by dancing to traditional German music and eating German food.
ExxonMobil recently donated $18,000 to the Alabama School of Math and Science, $13,000 of which will help buy new textbooks and fund the robotics program and $5,000 of which will be placed in the school’s general fund. Pictured above is ASMS President Dr. Larry Turner, ExxonMobil Public and Government Affairs Advisor Alison Leo Rana, and ASMS Development Director Bebe Lindsey. “We are thrilled to receive this funding,” said Lindsey. “ExxonMobil has been a longtime supporter of ASMS and they recognize what an outstanding education we offer and how vital we are to Alabama.”
By Brody Mathews
Senior Brett Jones recently held his Eagle Scout Court of Honor in the ASMS Auditorium. His friends and family attended the ceremony to watch as he was presented with an Eagle Scout badge and sang “That’s What Faith Can Do” by Christian rock band Kutless.
Students in art instructor Orren Kickliter’s Survey of Art class visited the Eastern Shore Art Center exhibit last week. The show, entitled “About Hunger & Resilience: Photographs by Michael Nye,” features over 30 black-and-white photographs and captures the desperation, loss of vitality, and deep depression of many individuals and families. Below each portrait is an audio player that allows the subject in the photograph to tell his or her own personal story.