The Student News Source of Sparkman High School

The Crimson Crier

  • Madison County Fall break is Sept. 29 - Oct. 6

  • The football team will play James Clemens in an important area game Friday Sept. 23

About

The Crimson Crier is a state and national award-winning scholastic newspaper. Our goal is to communicate professional journalism to the Sparkman High School student body and community. The paper is a consistent All-Alabama, All-Southern, and gold medal publication. The Crimson Crier publishes eight issues a year. The paper is advised by Erin Coggins, MJE.

The Crimson Crier’s mission statement is: 

Journalists will honor the school community and the journalistic profession by placing, truth, accuracy, and objectivity first. We will use these three characteristics to best serve our student body and our community. We will strive for work of the highest quality.

We will review Freedom of the Press as an inalienable right of people in a free society and know that with this freedom, we have the responsibility to discuss, question, and challenge actions.

Letters to the Editor:

The Crimson Crier invites Letters to the Editor. All Letters to the Editor must be signed and include contact information of the writer. Letters can be dropped off to Room 127. Letters may be edited for grammatical mistakes. If you wish to contact the online staff for letters or contests please use the “Contact the Crier” link on the home page.

The Student News Source of Sparkman High School
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