MidSouth Bank Resume ContestCongratulations to Dothan High senior Kayla Battles for winning the Dothan High School Resume Contest. Upon graduation, Kayla plans to attend the University of Alabama and major in Pre-Law. The Resume Contest was sponsored by MidSouth Bank and judged by Personnel Resources. As the contest winner, Battles received a $100 prize donated by MidSouth Bank. A regional contest for the county winners will be held in April and will be sponsored by PowerSouth Energy Cooperative and Southeast Alabama Works.Pictured are Mr. Bill Singleton, Principal, Ms. Kayla Battes, DHS Senior and contest winner, Mr. Mason Morrow, Market President for MidSouth Bank and Ms. Jessica Barefield, Community Relations Coordinator for MidSouth Bank.
Citizen Promise Program
The Citizen Promise Program helps students by creating an environment for success, setting goals for engagement, and rewarding achievement. Students learn about the founding documents of American history and their relevance today. Citizen Promise unites partners in the community and school personnel to provide volunteer opportunities, mentor students and celebrate their achievements.
Recently, Citizen Promise held a poster contest for DHS Students. Congratulations to our winners, Alexia Byrd and Caleb Bogar. Our "CP" Citizen Action Checkpoint Winner is Cassandra West.
Additionally, Citizen Promise has provided students with three wonderful volunteer opportunities: Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity, Wiregrass Horse Rescue and Sanctuary, and the Dothan Education Foundation Core Store.
Freedom Speaks Contest Winner
Congratulations to Senior, Kaylen Hamilton. She is a finalist for the 2021 Freedom Speaks Contest. Kaylen was the 2020 winner of the contest, and we are so proud of her for being a finalist this year. Kaylen will compete in the finals on January 17, 2021, at Wiregrass Church. Good luck, Kaylen!