33rd Annual Coastal Clean-up
Alma Bryant High School teachers Pamela Baker, Laura Lovett, Allison Odom and Amanda Hutto recently participated in the 33rd Annual Coastal Clean-up. Due to Covid-19 related guidelines, the event was spread out over the course of a week instead of the usual one-day event. Approximately 150 volunteers signed up to work along the Southwest Coast of Alabama. A special thanks to the City of Bayou La Batre for providing the dumpster located at Rolston Park and to Tracy Lannie for coordinating the event in Coden and Bayou La Batre, Alabama.
Alma Bryant High School Retiree Remembered as Loyal and Dedicated
Alma Bryant High School will not be the same without the presence of Mr. Gary Horn. Mr. Horn retired from teaching Cooperative Education and Special Education in early September. He will be remembered as a loyal, dedicated, kind and generous teacher and colleague. Mr. Horn volunteered faithfully in many areas; however, he will be most remembered for his 35 years of service as the football statistician at both Alba High School and Alma Bryant High School. Congratulations on your retirement, Mr. Horn!
Community Blood Drive in Honor of Alma Bryant High School Student KayleeStudent Kaylee Carmichael
Christ N Us Ministries and Life South Blood Donation Center will be hosting a blood drive on Saturday, October 10th from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm at the Christ N Us Thrift Store on S. Wintzell Avenue in Bayou La Batre, Alabama next door to Regions Bank. The event is being held in honor of Alma Bryant High School Student, Kaylee Carmichael who was injured in a serious car accident on August 29, 2020. She is currently hospitalized at the University of South Alabama Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Kaylee’s family appreciates all of the love and support shown to Kaylee and reports that her health is improving daily, thanks to your prayers. You may follow Kaylee’s progress on Facebook® under “Team Kaylee.”