Freshman: MCPSS is by far the largest school district within the state of Alabama so it is expected to come with issues. The Fayette County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Congratulations Mrs. Thompson! I’m grateful to the Alabama Legislature for the enabling legislation which established the PSCA and the astute work of State Finance Director Kelly Butler for positioning the bond sale in the best way possible.”. Except for Hunter, board members ignored the anonymous complaint seeing it as a politically motivated smear campaign against Pouncey, who was the lead contender for the superintendent’s job. Alabama Community College System’s Chancellor Jimmy Baker on Tuesday announced the appointment of three presidents to state community colleges. The Lee County Board of Education had the first reading of the proposed 2020-2021 Budget on 9/4/2020 at 10:00 a.m. CST. Opinion | There aren’t many Cam Wards left in Alabama politics, Opinion | An apology to the guy trying to save the idiots, Opinion | No peace, no calm, but that’s “normal”, Opinion | Turnout for presidential election shatters record in Alabama, Opinion | Jim Martin: The father of modern Republican Party in Alabama, Opinion | Alabama is truly a Republican State, Opinion | Election less than two weeks away, Opinion | 400 years later, the Pilgrim story is more relevant than ever, Opinion | Record voter turnout in Alabama shows need for voting legislation. Physical: 103 First Avenue NWMailing: PO BOX 686, Fayette, AL 35555. GreatSchools is the leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their children. Phone | 205-871-4608 Fax | Call for Dept. But no statewide plans for this.”. Magna adipiscing vel eu semper ridiculus sodales a augue adipiscing nisl aliquam vestibulum dis consectetur parturient. about New Collaborative Learning Center Addition Approved for Gulf Shores Elementary (opens in new window/tab), about School Bus Rules 2020-2021 School Year, about Applied Design College-Preparatory Program (opens in new window/tab), Daily Home Screening Checklist For Students, Recognition of Accountability Verification & Excellence (RAVE) Award, New Collaborative Learning Center Addition Approved for Gulf Shores Elementary, Applied Design College-Preparatory Program. Read more for the exciting information and to view pictures of what is coming to GSES. “We’ve heard about rumors suggesting there would be a statewide move to remote learning after Thanksgiving. Numbers “Bevill State’s diversity in programs matches its diversity in geography and I’m confident that with Dr. Hagood at the helm the college will continue to move the needle on student success.”, “Walker County and the surrounding areas are home and it’s an honor to lead a college with such history and purpose in our region,” Hagood said in a statement. The second reading will take place on 9/8/2020 at 6:00 p.m. CST during the regularly scheduled board meeting. The Fayette County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Dial and Ross’s efforts cast a bright spotlight on questionable activities at ALSDE. Kelley was appointed Interim president of the college in September. The true interest cost of the bonds is two percent over the 20-year repayment period. president of Coastal Alabama Community College. Vaya aquí para la versión en español del anuncio: https://bit.ly/anunciodecomidasgratisenespañol, The New Perspective Program Informational Meetings. Alabama school districts reported 1,592 positive cases last week, up 536 cases from the previous week. Officials with the Alabama Education Association and the Alabama State Board of Medical Examiners met on Thursday to discuss a concern the association has with doctors who write excuses to allow students to return to school before their mandated COVID-19 quarantine periods expire. Stokes in his recent letter notes that both agreed in the meeting to bring together representatives of the other organizations to come up with a uniform procedure for following state and federal guidelines. The settlement puts an end to years of hearings, investigations, lawsuits, and recriminations. “Most regrettably, these five participants have caused grave and serious harm,” the report stated, “and cast a major shadow on the veracity and credibility of the State Department of Education and the State Board of Education (through no fault of the majority) that still lingers to the present day.”. The public low-income student percent is 72.21% county-wide. paid and reduced, student meals will. “I agree with your plan to conduct this meeting and finalize our goals before the holidays,” Stokes wrote. High school students will transition back to a staggered schedule after returning from the Thanksgiving holidays, beginning on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020. An internal investigation conducted by ALSDE. “The district’s Preventative Measures Team worked collaboratively with each school’s leadership team to assess several factors before making the decision to transition to remote learning.” Huntsville City Schools’ press release reads. as we need those for our Title I status for our school system and since your child will go to their regular approved status beginning January 2021. These rules pertain to all GSCS students if they travel on a school bus for any reason. Baker also appointed Joe Whitmore as president of Snead State Community College.