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to the team from Hardaway High Schoool
Becoming the 2019 MCSD Champions
at the Academic Decathlon
Way to go, TEAM!


Hardaway’s Ashley Snow Named Top Teacher

(Excerpts from Ledger-Enquirer, Columbus, May 9, 2012)

      This year’s Sara Spano top teacher is Hardaway’s Ashley Snow, an instructor in social studies.

      He is the second Hardaway teacher to be honored in the past five days as the best.  The Muscogee Educational Excellence Foundation named Hardaway Band Director Vincent Sneed as the top teacher in the Muscogee County School District.

      “I didn’t expect this,” Snow said. “It’s a great honor and none of this is possible without the students – it is all about the students.”

      He gave credit to Hardaway principal Matt Bell.

      “He allows a lot of creativity in the classroom and I take advantage of it,” Snow said.

      An Auburn University graduate, Snow is the Model United Nations sponsor at Hardaway, a member of the school improvement planning team and leader of the Soles4Souls Charity Walk.

      In his application, Snow said: “I enter the classroom every day determined to make the world a better place.”

      Page One Judges praised Snow’s energy and enthusiasm and said Snow’s “care and compassion was evident on all fronts.”

      In the application, Bell said that Snow’s classroom is “a true learning community where students are challenged.”


Hardaway High School
Classes of 1968-1969-1970

Charles Benton Sevlin

Died November 10, 2010 in Austin, Texas after a brief illness.  Charles graduated from Hardaway High School and Columbus College.  He served in the US Army in the 1970s.  He moved to Austin after graduation and worked for the State of Texas until retirement.

Pauline Latner

Pauline Latner died January 18, 2010.  She was 71.  She volunteered at HHS for 31 years!  All day, every day!!  She was an amazing woman and we will miss her more than words can say.

Her health had been declining the last 2-3 years.  She had cut back her "hours" some but until this past fall she was always faithful to Hardaway.  She stopped coming in say Sept/Oct because she wasn't well...but she'd call me every few days to let me know that when she felt better, she'd come in.  Bless her heart!!