The Blue & Gold

Summer Edition - Updated on July 26, 2015

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DONATE SUPPLIES FOR OUR STUDENTS

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You can access the school wish list using this link: http://amzn.com/w/10J69RP7YUKEY


PLEASE NOTE : We will gladly accept in-kind donations of any of the requested items.


**There are approximately 800 items on the wish list ranging from ~$2 to ~$150, with a combined total of ~$7000 That is less than one item per family! Check it out and see how you can make a difference in the educational experiences of our students!!!**


If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Sullins at ssullin@madison.k12.al.us

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AUGUST

1 (S) SportsMED Physicals, 4715 Whitesburg Drive, 8AM-10AM, $10

3 (M) First Day of School

6 (TH) Golf, Middle & High School Tryouts, Richland Golf Center, 4:30-6PM

7 (F) BHS Cheer Camp, Ages 4 & Up, 5-9PM, $35, Registration Form

20 (TH) 3-Week Progress Report

21 (F) Jamboree, Varsity Football vs. MCHS, Home, 7PM

24 (M) F/JV Football vs. Grissom, Away, 5PM/6:30PM

28 (F) Varsity Football vs. Austin, Senior Night, Home, 7PM

31 (M) F/JV Football vs. Austin, Away, 5PM/6:30PM

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Summer Learning Challenge

For Alabama's students, summer is a time of fun, but those months away from school can result in a loss of knowledge and reading ability. The Summer Learning Challenge raises awareness of the summer loss epidemic, shares compelling research on the importance of personalized reading activities and provides access to a variety of free resources to support targeted reading and math summer learning. Click HERE for more information.

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2015 Summer Reading Assignments

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Buckhorn Golf Website

Follow on the Golf Team on Twitter @bhsbucksgolf

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Camp participants will receive a t-shirt and snacks, as well as learn cheers, chants, jumps, stunts - all age appropriate. Join our Varsity and JV cheerleaders for the camp, and then cheer with them at the Jamboree! Click HERE for registration form!

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Please join us in welcoming our new faculty members! Click the link below to meet them.

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We are excited to announce that the BHS Broadcasting Program has been chosen as a Voya Unsung Heroes® NATIONAL finalist!!


Voya Unsung Heroes® began in 1995 as a way for Voya Financial® to demonstrate its commitment to the education community. Grants are given to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning.


Each year, educators submit applications for a Voya Unsung Heroes grant by describing projects they have initiated or would like to pursue. Each project is judged on its:


• Innovative method
• Creativity
• Ability to positively influence the students


100 finalists are selected to receive a $2,000 grant. At least one grant is awarded in each of the 50 states, provided at least one qualified application was received from each state. Winners are selected by Scholarship America, a national non-profit educational support and student aid service organization.


As a finalist, BHS Broadcasting will receive a $2,000 award and is qualified for additional financial awards: $25,000 for first place; $10,000 for second place; and $5,000 for third place. The top winners are selected by the Educators Advisory Board, consisting of six distinguished educators from across the United States.


Wish us good luck!!!


Source: http://corporate.voya.com

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Rockets, Rovers, and Mars - Oh My!

Mrs. Jennifer Brewer is having a BLAST at Space Camp this week! Thanks to generous support from the Alabama Legislature , the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is hosting an educator from each school district during the All-Alabama School District Space Academy.


Mrs. Brewer was selected to represent Madison County Schools at the All-Alabama School District Space Academy for Educators. She is currently participating in an action-packed week and having an experience of a lifetime! She will be at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center through Monday, June 29, 2015.


Space Academy for Educators is a professional development program designed for teachers to learn innovative techniques to educate and inspire their students about STEM education and careers.


Pictures via Twitter @jjsibrewer

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DANIELLE PEZZA & CLAIRE COLLINS-BLUEPLATE BROADWAY

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June 26, 2015

via Twitter @TheatreTeacher1

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WHITE LIGHTNING - THREE TIME CHAMPIONS

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June 26, 2015

Shout out to team "White Lightning"! Four Friday dodgeball tournaments this summer... Three time Champions! via Twitter @Coach B's PE Class

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LADY BUCKS VOLLEYBALL AT THE LAKE!

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June 25, 2016

Photo Credit: Robert Owen

Follow on Instagram: https://instagram.com/robertowenphotography/

Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/capturedmemories

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BHS HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN NYC!

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June 24, 2015

BHS Historical Society is in New York City!


You can follow their adventures on Twitter ‪#‎BHSNYC2015‬ or click HERE.


via Twitter @JonesEthan99 | @coachreeseBHS | @HoundstoothB

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JAQUIZE CROSS COMMITS TO UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY!

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June 24, 2015

via Twitter @_JQuizz_

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KAMERON PETTY COMMITS TO UNIV. OF SOUTH ALABAMA!

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June 16, 2015

via Twitter @KPetty93

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BHS/RCUDA SOCCER CAMP

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June 10, 2015

via Twitter @Buckhorn_Soccer

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FUTURE STARS BASEBALL CAMP

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June 9, 2015

via Twitter @Bucks_Baseball

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LADY BUCKS BASKETBALL CAMP

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June 5, 2015

via Twitter @LadyBucksBball

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BHS BAND FALL 2015 SHOW TEASER

Buckhorn High School Band Fall 2015 Show Teaser

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ARCHERY - 3RD PLACE NASP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Congratulations Buckhorn Archery!! The 23-member strong archery team from Buckhorn High School made it close to the bullseye in major competition. The Buckhorn team netted 3,415 points to nab a third-place finish in the NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) World Tournament. Their finish was only 32 points away from that of the winning school. #BuckPride

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BROOKE MILLER, ALL-REGION & ALL-STATE SOFTBALL

Congratulations to Brooke Miller for being named to the All-Region, All-State AND Super All-State softball teams! Congratulations to Lauren Hayden for being named an honorable mention player for All-Region and All-State softball teams, and to Kaylee Davis for being named an honorable mention player for the All-Region softball team!! ‪#‎BuckPride‬

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CHEERLEADERS EARN SUPERIOR TROPHIES AT UCA-PCB

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June 5, 2015

Congratulations to the BHS Varsity Cheerleaders and Coach Amanda Faith!! They competed in the varsity large division at UCA cheer camp in Panama City Beach this week and placed 2nd for their Xtreme routine, earned a SUPERIOR squad trophy, TWO blue superior ribbons for cheer and Xtreme routine and the SPIRIT STICK!!!!


The varsity squad also had three members who made All-American: Chelsea Carter, Kelsey Beaufait, and Kennedee Harris. Kennedee also received a pin it forward award.

Woo! Hoo!! #BuckPride (Picture credit: Mrs. Amanda Faith)

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June 5, 2015

Congrats to the JV Cheerleaders and Coach Andrea Hills. They also competed in the UCA camp in Panama City Beach and placed FIRST in cheer, SECOND in Extreme Routine, and were the SECOND OVERALL JV squad. AMAZING!!!! ‪#‎BuckPride‬

Picture Credit: Mrs. Andrea Hills

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DANCE TEAM EARNS A SUPERIOR TROPHY AT UDA

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June 4, 2015

Congratulations to the BHS Dance Team and Coach Kaityln Gokee! They received a SUPERIOR Trophy, placed 3rd overall and had 3 All-Americans (Amber Hughes, Destiny Lomax, Morgan Mason) at the UDA Dance Team Camp at Mississippi State University this week!! ‪#‎BuckPride‬

Picture via Instagram @buckhorndance

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2015 ALABAMA BOYS STATE

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June 3, 2015

Buckhorn High School is proud to have three of our finest senior boys, Sam Akers, Sean Bengs, and Sam Downard, represent our school as well as Madison County at the 2015 Alabama Boys State Convention. Sam A., Sean, and Sam D. each lead their peers in one of the very prestigious elected positions. While all delegates are required to hold some sort of office, there are very few elected positions, with the majority of offices being appointed. The election process at Boys State consists of a city and county caucus, a county and state convention and the general election. To have all three of our delegates elected by their peers just further validates their selection as representatives of Buckhorn High School, and we could not be any prouder! Go Bucks!!!


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What is Boys State?

Alabama Boys State is one of the highest honors granted to Alabama students. Students from across the state are chosen based on their demonstration of leadership, hard work, strong morals, and motivation in school and community activities. Boys State week is a full and active week held on the campus of The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.


At Boys State, student delegates will find the opportunity to build new friendships, participate in a mock government, and hear from and meet a diverse array of Alabama leaders such as Congressmen, state elected officials, business leaders, civic leaders, and others. Delegates will have the opportunity to join interest groups that focus on their individual areas of interest such as law school, fire college, law enforcement academy, aerospace academy, lobbyists, city government, county government, constitutional convention, engineer/computer academy, and environmental interest group. Delegates will also have activity time during which they can participate in recreational activities such as basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, academic bowl, etc.

The American Legion believes there is no better way to assure the survival of our republic than to train our young people in the ideals and objectives of American government. By teaching youth to understand and appreciate the basic principles involved in the successful management of a democratic society, we can keep America strong and ensure freedom for future generations. These are the distinguished, long-standing objectives of American Legion Boys States.

They are accomplished through a unique summertime program, one that emphasizes not classroom lectures or textbook learning, but participation and personal experience in a model state, complete with its governing bodies and elected officials.

Boys State was founded and its courses of instruction were designed to supplement the information taught in high school civic classes. Boys State teaches that our form of government is good but that its preservation depends on intelligent, informed, and loyal citizens in combination with an honest and impartial administration of government activities.


Source: Alabama Boys State. Retrieved from http://www.alboysstate.org/pages/?pageID=2 on June 3, 2015

Sam Akers Wins General Election-Public Service Committee Associate Comm. Place 2

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June 3, 2015

Sam Akers (N) won the general election for the office of Public Service Committee Associate Commissioner, Place 2 and will preside over all of the Alabama Boys State delegates!

Sam Downard Wins General Election-Associate Justice

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June 3, 2015

Sam Downard (2nd row, 2nd from right) won the general election for the office of Associate Justice, Place 3 and will preside over all of the Alabama Boys State delegates!

Sean Bengs Elected Mayor of Harbuck (City 1)

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June 1, 2015

Sean Bengs (far left) was one of ten delegates elected to serve as an Alabama Boys State city mayor! As mayor of the city of Harbuck, Sean convened and presided over the meetings of the City Council, and led his city's participation in other community service events.

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CHEERLEADERS EARN SUPERIOR RATINGS - UCA FLORIDA

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June 2, 2015

BHS Varsity and JV Cheerleading squads both received superior ratings!! ‪#‎BuckPride‬
Picture via Twitter @ra_hills

DANCE TEAM EARNS SUPERIOR RATINGS - UDA MISSISSIPPI

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June 2, 2015

Buckhorn Dance Team received superior ratings for their home routine!!! ‪#‎BuckPride‬ Picture via Instagram @BuckhornDance

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CONGRATULATIONS WILL IGNONT

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June 1, 2015

Will has officially accepted an invitation to participate in the 2015 Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge Presented by Under Armour. The event will be held June 5-7, in Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium. Will is one of only five athletes from Alabama participating in the Five-Star Challenge! ‪#‎BuckPride‬ #5Star


https://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?SID=880&CID=1764964

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CONGRATULATIONS BHS SCHOLARS' BOWL TEAM

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May 23-25, 2015

Congratulations to Dr. Matt Dean and the BHS Scholars' Bowl Team for finishing in the top four of the National Academic Championship in New Orleans. The finish caps off one of the most successful seasons in BHS history! #BuckPride

Picture via Twitter @BuckhornScholar

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2015 NORTH-SOUTH ALL-STARS

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Sean Bengs, Brooke Miller, and Colby Seymoure

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SEAN BENGS, NORTH-SOUTH SOCCER ALL-STAR

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By Daniel Boyette | dboyette@al.com
on May 12, 2015 6:34 PM, updated May 13, 2015 4:33 PM


A group of the top rising senior soccer player are set to descend on Montgomery this summer. The AHSAA released the rosters for the North-South All-Star matches, set for the July 21 at the Emory Folmar Soccer Complex. The soccer doubleheader is part of the 19th annual All-Star Sports Week.

BROOKE MILLER, NORTH-SOUTH SOFTBALL ALL-STAR

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By Dennis Victory | preps@al.com
on May 07, 2015 10:44 AM, updated May 07, 2015 11:44 AM


Each team is comprised of 18 junior players, who will compete in a double-header on Tuesday, July 21, at Montgomery’s Lagoon Park. The teams were chosen from nominations submitted by high school coaches across the state.


All-star games will be played July 20-25 in soccer, baseball, softball, basketball and volleyball. The 56th North-South All-Star football game will be played the previous week and is set for July 17, at the Cramton Bowl.

COLBY SEYMOURE, NORTH-SOUTH FOOTBALL ALL-STAR

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By Josh Bean | jbean@al.com
on May 05, 2015 2:57 PM, updated May 05, 2015 5:15 PM


The North-South game, set for July 17 at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, features recently graduated seniors. Some of the players will play college football, while it will be the end of football for many others. The game essentially serves as a kickoff for AHSAA All-Star Sports Week, which features all-star games in baseball, softball, basketball and volleyball, as well as AHSAA Summer Conference.

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READ THE LATEST POSTS ON THE BUCK BLOG

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2015-2016: BHS WILL TRANSITION TO AN A/B SCHEDULE

For the 2015-16 school year Buckhorn High School will be transitioning from a block schedule to an A/B schedule. Please read the letter from Mr. Todd Markham, BHS Principal, regarding those changes. Thank you and GO BUCKS!

Click the link below to access the letter: http://goo.gl/304CDU

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2015-16 BREAKFAST & LUNCH PRICES REMAIN THE SAME

There will NOT be a price increase for meals next school year. Listed below are the current prices to be used for 2015-2016 SY.


BREAKFAST
K-12 $1.75
Reduced $0.30

MCBOE Employee $2.25
Visitor $2.75

LUNCH
K-8 $2.25
9-12 $2.50

Reduced $0.40
MCBOE Employee $3.00
Visitor $4.00
Student Visitor, K-8 $2.75
Student Visitor, 9-12 $3.00

2015-16 Breakfast Menus

Click this button to access the school breakfast menus.

2015-16 School Lunch Menus

Click this button to access the school lunch menus.

Pre-Pay for School Meals with PayPams

Click this button for more information about PayPams.

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Schedule Your Senior Portraits Online

You can also call the Lifetouch Studio to schedule your portraits: 256-382-2798

Senior Website

Visit the senior website frequently for important information and up-to-date announcements.

Scholarships

Please be sure to confirm official deadlines and specific scholarship requirements.

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College Scholarships Open to Juniors

You don't have to wait until your senior year to apply for funding.

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Save $5.00 on "Enjoy the City" Coupon Books - now only $15.00 (while supplies last). Coupons are valid through 12/31/15.


Preview the entire coupon book HERE and see how you can save hundreds of dollars instantly! To purchase a coupon book, please email Ms. Suzanne Sullins: ssullins@madison.k12.al.us


Thank you for your support! Go Bucks!

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AUGUST

3 (M) First Day of School

20 (TH) 3-Week Progress Report


SEPTEMBER

4 (F) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

7 (M) Labor Day

10 (TH) 6-Week Progress Report

12 (S) ACT

25 (F) Homecoming Game, Bucks vs. J.O. Johnson, 7PM

26 (S) Homecoming Dance, BHS Cafeteria, 7-11PM, $15/single or $25/couple


OCTOBER

2 (F) End of Nine Weeks

5-9 Fall Break (Students/Teachers)

15 (TH) Report Cards

24 (S) ACT

29 (TH) 3-Week Progress Report


NOVEMBER

10 (T) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

10 (T) Veterans Day Breakfast & Assembly

11 (W) Veterans Day

19 (TH) 6-Week Progress Reports

23-27 Thanksgiving Break


DECEMBER

12 (S) ACT

19 (F) End of Nine Weeks

21-Jan 5 Winter Break


JANUARY

4 - 5 Staff Development / Workdays

6 (W) Second Semester Begins

7 (TH) Report Cards

18 (M) Martin Luther King Jr. Day

28 (TH) 3-Week Progress Report


FEBRUARY

6 (S) ACT

12 (F) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

15 (M) President's Day

18 (TH) 6-Week Progress Report


MARCH

11 (F) End of Nine Weeks

14-18 Spring Break

24 (TH) Report Cards


APRIL

7 (TH) 3-Week Progress Report

9 (S) ACT

15 (F) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

19 (T) ACT Plus Writing, 11th Grade, BHS, 8:30AM

28 (TH) 6-Week Progress Report

30 (S) 4th Annual Super Saturday-Rummage, Market & Old-Fashioned Fair, 7AM-3PM

30 (S) Prom, Huntsville Depot Roundhouse, 8PM - Midnight


MAY

3 (T) ACT Plus Writing, Make-Up, 11th Grade, BHS, 8:30AM

16 (M) Weather Day

24 (T) Last Student Day, End of Nine Weeks

25 (W) Teacher Workday

25 Graduation, VBC, 3PM

2015-16 Holidays

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): September 4th

Labor Day: September 7th

Fall Break: October 5th - 9th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): November 10th

Veterans Day: November 11th

Thanksgiving Break: November 23rd - 27th (full week)

Winter Break: December 21st - January 5th

MLK Day: January 18th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): February 12th

Presidents Day: February 15th

Spring Break: March 14th - 18th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): April 15th

Weather Day: May 16th

Last Student Day: May 24, 2016


2015-16 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR

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Make sure you get all of Buckhorn High School's Facebook updates! Go to our page, move your cursor to hover over the "Like" button until you see a drop down menu. Select "Get Notifications". You should also click on the "Follow" button beside the "Like" button.


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Check your child's grades and attendance through the INOW Parent Portal.

A parent/guardian must come to BHS and show a photo id to receive a new pin number. Please Note: Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) users should use compatibility view.

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Dr. Sullins and his optical technicians work hard to bring their patients the latest in fashion and specialty frame lines. Leading designers from around the world have taken eye glass frames to a whole new level. No longer do frames get in the way of being fashionable - instead they are the height of fashion. Let Sullins Eye Care help you make your next fashion statement with frame lines and/or sunglasses by: Anne Klein, Aspex, Autoflex, bebe, Brooks Brothers, Chesterfield, Coach, Costa Del Mar, Dana Buchman, Disney, Dolce & Gabbana, EasyClip, Flexon, Fossil, J.LO, JOE Joseph Abboud, Kate Spade, Koali, Lilly Pulitzer, Marchon, Maui Jim, Nike, Nine West, Oakley, Original Penguin, Otis & Piper, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Ray-Ban, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sight for Students, Silhouette, Ted Baker, Tommy Bahama, Tres Jolie ,Tura, Vera Wang, Vogue Eyewear, and more!!


Dr. Sullins has two offices, conveniently located in Madison and Huntsville. If you are in need of an excellent optometrist, for all your eye care needs, you can call either of his offices to set up an appointment. (Madison: 256.464.6670 | Huntsville: 256.880.1966)


For more information about Sullins Eye Care, please visit their website and social media sites:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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It is easy to raise funds for your non-profit or school group at The Chill Factory®. They will dedicate four hours to your group to raise funds with their help. Your organization invites the public to attend, they provide the treats. Your organization will receive 20% of all yogurt sales to put towards your goal. Non-profit status is required for community groups. School groups must have permission from the school principal to fundraise.


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The Chill Factory • 2246 Winchester Road • Ste 103 • Huntsville, AL 35811 • (256) 859-2277

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Disclaimer

The Madison County School District does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious preference, disability, age, gender, citizenship, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status. Students with disabilities will be provided with the same needed supports and services for extra-curricular programs and activities that are provided during the school day, unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the program and activity.


Contact for Title IX and Section 504
Mrs. Anna S. Watts
Telephone: 256.852.2557 Fax: 256.851.2127
Email Address: awatts@madison.k12.al.us


Some links will let you leave the school online newsletter. Some of the linked sites are not under the control of the school/district, and the school/district is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The school/district is providing these external links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by the school/district.


Madison County Board of Education

Superintendent Matt Massey

1275 Jordan Road, Huntsville, Alabama 35811
Mailing Address P.O. Box 226
Huntsville, Alabama 35804
(256) 852-2557


Buckhorn High School

Principal, Mr. Todd Markham

4123 Winchester Road, New Market, Alabama 35761

(256) 851-3300


If you find inaccurate or inappropriate information on any of the external links, please contact Ms. Suzanne Sullins immediately. Thank you.

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