North Alabama Homebuilding Academy + Downtown Huntsville Inc.

Welcome back, Huntsville! Let’s all catch up to start this Monday strong. Here’s everything you need to know in Huntsville today on:

  • North Alabama Homebuilding Academy
  • Downtown Huntsville Inc.’s latest fun downtown adventure
  • How Madison City Schools Made the Top NICHE Schools List in 2022

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Here are the best stories in Huntsville today:

  1. North Alabama Homebuilding Academy (NAHA) bought a trailer and turned it into a mobile classroom! They have partnered with schools in the city of Huntsville to teach clinics to elementary and middle school students. (WZDX)
  2. From now until October 3, play Putt Putt on the Square from Downtown Huntsville Inc.! There are 13 holes and it’s completely free, but you have to take your own putter and balls if you have them. Heard there is an extra hidden hole too, so let me know if you find it! (Rocket City mom)
  3. Space and Rocket Center received the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award 2020. The award was presented on September 22 to Dr. Kimberly Robinson, Managing Director and CEO. (
  4. NICHE has released its 2022 list of the best schools in Alabama, and Madison City schools are everywhere! Discovery Middle tops the list of best colleges, and the school system has several schools topping each list, as well as the second best district and the third best teacher! (WHNT)
  5. North Alabama Homebuilding Academy received AlabamaWorks 2021! Innovator Award. This award was presented by Governor Ivey and the Assistant Secretary of Commerce. (WZDX)

Today in Huntsville:

  • Chapter Chat Book Club – Gurley Public Library (3:00 p.m.)
  • Madison City Council Redistribution Presentation (4:00 p.m.)
  • Madison City Council Finance Committee Meeting (5:30 p.m.)
  • Regular City Council Meeting – City of Madison (6:00 p.m.)
  • Literary Giants Book Club – Madison Public Library (6:30 p.m.)
  • The Book Report Book Club – Downtown Huntsville Library (7:00 p.m.)

Today in schools:

  • Parent & Guardian Workshop Title I – Huntsville Junior High School (10h00)
  • Grissom vs James Clemens – Volleyball (4:00 p.m.)
  • Jemison vs Ardmore – Volleyball (4:30 p.m.)

Huntsville patch notebook

  • The Botanical Garden is organizing a spring break camp for grades 1 to 6 students from October 4 to 8. (Details)
  • The Huntsville Ballet Company season kicks off with the “Carnival of the Animals” on October 22! Make sure you buy your tickets in advance, and if you order 4 or more at a time, you get a 10% discount! (Details)

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Amy Young

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