Troy University ACCESS schools participate in State of the State with Gov. Riley
Posted: Friday, 30 January 2009
Feb. 2: Five high schools that are part of Troy University’s ACCESS service area will participate with Gov. Riley in an ACCESS “State of the State” address to high school seniors.
During these events, each school will ask one question of the governor after he makes his remarks via the statewide ACCESS system.
TROY ACCESS schools that have been selected to participate are:
Charles Henderson High School (150 George Wallace Drive, 334-566-3510) in Troy
John L. Leflore Preparatory Academy (700 Donald Street, 251-221-3125) in Mobile
Zion Chapel High School (29256 Highway 87, 334-897-6275) in Jack
In addition, State Rep. Alan Boothe (at CHHS), State Rep. Vivian Figures (at Lelfore) and Sen. Jimmy Holley (at ZCHS) have been invited to attend at the schools.
The sessions will be conducted in the ACCESS laboratory classrooms at each school. The address begins at 10 a.m. Media wishing to cover the event on the site of any of these schools must report to the school office no later than 9:30 a.m. for credentialing and escort to the appropriate lab.
In addition, TROY ACCESS schools Dallas County High School and Loveless Academy Magnet Program High School (LAMP) will participate face-to-face with the governor at the Alabama Department of Archives and History Building’s auditorium, located at 624 Washington Ave., Montgomery. Please contact Steve Murray 334-353-4692 for coordination at this site.