Stan Narewski back for second stint as Wallace State’s cross country coach

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State cross country is turning to a familiar face to lead its program. Stan Narewski has been named the men’s and women’s cross country coach as Wallace State reintroduces the program in August. Narewski is returning to Hanceville after leading Wallace State cross country to multiple conference championships before the program…

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Maci Key is the first Wallace State student to serve as a SkillsUSA National Officer delegate.

Maci Key becomes Wallace State’s first National SkillsUSA Officer; WSCC trio wins national medals

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College students made a mark recently at the 53rd annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Louisville, Ky., where students compete against the very best of the best in their fields. Wallace State Machine Tool Technology student Maci Key was selected as the National SkillsUSA Secretary for…

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Wallace State athletics has seven teams earn NJCAA All-Academic honorable mention status

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College athletics had seven teams recognized Monday as National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Academic honorable mention teams, a week after a record 41 student-athletes at the college earned individual academic recognition. Wallace State’s women’s tennis team compiled a school-best 3.71 grade point average (GPA) with Nicki Rakestraw and…

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Wallace State has school-record 41 student-athletes recognized by NJCAA for academic achievements

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State athletics had a school-record 41 student-athletes recognized recently for their academic achievements during the 2016-17 year in list released by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Wallace State had 11 students achieve a 4.0 GPA, earning them NJCAA All-Academic First-Team honors. Wallace State baseball had a team-high five players…

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Seven Wallace State students represent college at 2017 Student Leadership Institute at 4-H Center

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COLUMBIANA, ALA. – Wallace State students Madison Lee, Jessica Fetner, Hunter Mahaffey, Brennen Stricklin, Jodie Farnetti, Joy Sadler and Tanner Robertson represented the college last week at the Student Leadership Institute (SLI) hosted by the Alabama Community College System at the Alabama 4-H Center in Columbiana. The theme of this year’s event was “Unmasking Leadership,”…

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Dozens attend meeting to learn about WSCC Health Science programs

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — More than 40 potential students attended a meeting on Wednesday to find out about Health Science programs at Wallace State Community College that still have openings for the Fall 2017 semester. Each year, the Health Science division hosts the meeting to give students either a second opportunity to enter one of…

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Cullman County Sheriff’s Office utilizing Wallace State’s Firearms Training Simulator this week

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Deputies from the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office have been training at Wallace State this week, taking advantage of the TI Firearms Training Simulator located on campus. From potential dangerous scenes ranging from shootings at a school hallway to a movie theater, deputies have been thoroughly practicing how to handle certain real-life situations.…

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Kindergarten to college: Educators learn about using breakout games in classroom

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — More than two dozen area educators from kindergarten through college level gathered at Wallace State Community College to learn how they can utilize the breakout phenomenon in their classrooms. Aimee Bates, a Technology Integration Specialist for Cullman City Schools, and Susan Boyd, a Library Media Specialist at Cullman High School, led…

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