Report cards for Alabama’s schools and districts are out, and overall, results look promising. Statewide, district-level grades have improved in comparison with the 2016-17 district grades. And school-level grades also showed marked improvement.
Mario Basora, who has been superintendent at Yellow Springs schools for nine years, has been chosen by the Huber Heights school district. He replaces Susan Gunnell, who will retire after 35 years in the district, the last seven as superintendent.