The first day of classes for any student can be a hair-raising experience without worrying about having a bad hair day. That’s why one local career academy is putting action to its belief that every child deserves to return to school looking fantastic and feeling their best! They have donated free haircuts for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The Calhoun County Career Academy’s Cuts 4 Kids is helping kids face the prospect of school with a smile on their faces. Calhoun County Career Academy Instructor Sherry Holyfield Laster says, today at the career academy campus, their own cosmetology students are helping boost children's self-confidence with style - and are have a great time doing it. This is the first annual Cuts 4 Kids. Dozens of youth received haircuts.