If you’re a parent or caregiver, you’ve probably signed a lot of forms lately as your kids head back to school. But there’s a new one that needs your attention. It’s the opt-in for school counseling and mental health services form and if you have a child under the age of 14, this applies to you.
Home-schoolers are also gearing up for the new school year and in Robertsdale on Saturday, there was a one-stop shop to check out all of the resources available to home-schooled students in Baldwin County.
Baldwin County Virtual School isn’t for every student. There is an application process and students must meet certain academic and behavioral guidelines. But, for those with good time management skills and a busy lifestyle, it’s may be just what they’re looking for.
The price of school supplies will hit everyone a little harder this year. That’s why FOX10 and the Department of Human Resources in Mobile and Baldwin counties are partnering to collect supplies for kids in need.
After observing a decline in student's physical, financial and mental health over the pandemic, several universities, including the University of South Alabama, adopted the "SWISS" survey that measures student wellness.
The Okaloosa County School District is launching a free tool to add another layer of safety to Okaloosa schools. The SaferWatchapp allows users to press a "mobile panic button" that automatically notifies users of any emergency or significant safety hazard on campus and allows for real time updates as the situation progresses.
An investigation into controversial Halloween costumes that University of South Alabama officials originally expected to last about a month instead went on for more than a year and cost more than $175,000, the university said.
A federal judge has sided with Davidson High School’s former football coach in a lawsuit accusing him and others of encouraging “hazing” of players, including one incident that resulted in a broken arm.
Previously, the website focused solely on the summer food service program. The new website promotes all of the state’s programs and features overviews of each program, who is eligible, and how to participate.
Eight water systems across Mobile and Baldwin counties have had testing results above the legal limit for lead content in the last three years, according to an analysis of government records by FOX10 News Investigates.