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SCS recognizes several groups, teams at monthly board meeting

Several teams and groups were recognized during the “Team Selma Celebrations” portion of Tuesday evening’s regularly scheduled Selma City Schools (SCS) Board of Education meeting.

The Selma High Culinary Arts team was recognized for winning first place in the Tuskegee University Excerpt Culinary Arts Competition for their apple preserves.

“I happened to have the privilege of tasting those apple preserves and they were really good,” said SCS Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams.

The Selma High Environmental Science Team also competed at the Tuskegee University Excerpt and won first prize in the Agricultural Competition for their agricultural planning project.

The Selma High DECA group also won several awards during the Alabama Career Development Conference on Feb. 20.

Selma High Student Antoine Hasberry was selected as the District 4 Vice President of Alabama DECA.

Selma High’s Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball Teams were also recognized at the board meeting after completing their respective seasons.

Both boy’s and girl’s teams were congratulated for being crowed 6A Area champs.

“They did an amazing job,” said Williams. “Let’s give them a round of applause.”

Finally, Williams announced that SCS was awarded The Alabama Performance Excellence Award for commitment to performance excellence.

“This is a Tier 1 Commitment to Performance Excellence award and it means just that,” said Williams. “We are showing our commitment to performance excellence.”