• Alabama Summer Learning Challenge
    The Alabama State Department of Education kicks off its fifth year of free resources for all students statewide

    For Alabama’s students, the months away from school can result in a large loss of knowledge in reading, math, science and other core subject matter. The Alabama Summer Learning Challenge offered by the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE), Lexile and LTS Education Systems, raises awareness of the summer loss epidemic, shares research on the importance of personalized activities and provides access to a variety of free resources to targeted summer learning.

    · The Lexile-based “Find a Book, Alabama” tool (www.Lexile.com/fab/Alabama ) offers students over 260,000 books from which to choose. This book-search tool enables individuals to build custom reading lists based on their Lexile range and/or personal interests, and checks the availability of books at the local library. The search tool includes a growing collection of English literary and informational books.

    · Children, parents and educators can also pledge to read using the “Find a Book, Alabama” tool starting May 1st. We encourage all students to pledge to read.


    · The Alabama Summer Learning Challenge also includes a FREE email-based math skills program (http://quantiles.com/accounts/registration/) for children who have completed 1st through 8th grades. Parents and other summer care-givers can begin registering for the program today. Starting Monday, June 19, parents will begin receiving daily emails with fun activities and resources to help their children retain math skills acquired during the previous school year. After the program ends on Friday, July 28, parents can print an award certificate to celebrate their child's summer accomplishment!
    This summer, Stride by LTS Education Systems is FREE to all students in the state from May 1 to July 30. Prevent “Summer Slide” with a cool blend of online math, reading, language arts and science skills practice, spectacular video games for every student interest, and peer competitions to pass the lazy summer days. Students may access the Stride learning platform online anytime, 24-7, on tablets, PCs and Macs.
    o Register and login at www.alabamasummerstride.com. LTS will provide a dedicated Parent Support Line for the Summer Learning Challenge. Parents can call in to 1.844.274.7474 for help with Stride.

    ALSDE encourages students to take advantage of reading opportunities and technology at Alabama’s public libraries. Locations and information can be found at http://www.publiclibraries.com/alabama.htm.
  • HAVE A GREAT SUMMER BREAK
    HAVE A GREAT SUMMER BREAK
    To our students we wish you a safe and amazing Summer. We hope to see you back for the 2017-2018 school year, beginning on August 8, 2017.
  • Senior Portraits
    Juniors:
    Congratulations on reaching this milestone in your life. It’s finally your turn to take your Senior Portraits.
    It is extremely important that you take these pictures. This is the only formal (tux & drape) picture that we will accept for the yearbook so they will have matching backgrounds. Even if you plan to have Sr. portraits taken by another photographer, it is wise to pay the $25 sitting fee and have the 3 outfit changes taken so that you will have these choices for current pictures in case, for some reason, you are not able to have any other pictures taken. There will be a makeup day during open house only, but you will only have the option to do formals and inside outfit changes. This means that no outside pictures will be taken.

    Senior Portraits will be made by Bill Miller on May 25th & 26th in the Jr. High Gymnasium.
    Session fee is $25 per student. It is due before you can take your pictures. This includes 3 outfit changes, not counting your formal tux or drape picture as an outfit. Each additional outfit is $5 each.
    There will be an option for outside pictures to be made. This will count as one of your outfits.

    Juniors are to report to the gym lobby at their appointed date and time.
    Junior girls will be taking pictures on Thursday, May 25th from 8:00am until 3:00pm. If you have a semester exam at your scheduled time, just report after your exam.
    Junior guys will be taking pictures on Friday, May 26th from 8:00am until 2:30pm.
    If you want a sports jersey for the picture, it will be your responsibility to get with the appropriate coach to make those arrangements before your appointment time. We will supply the props for sports pictures such as balls, helmets, etc.
    If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Burns or Ms. East.
  • CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 1/2 RETIREMENT
    CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 1/2 RETIREMENT
    Congratulations to Mrs. Crenshaw and Mrs. Endress. They are both retiring this year, but will return in the fall as 1/2 time classroom teachers. They were honored with a small reception, plaque and gift card on the last day of school.
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Lineville, Alabama
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Junior High English Language Arts Teacher/CJHS

28 days ago

Position:  Junior High English Lang Arts Teacher at  Central Jr. High School. 

Salary:  Based upson salary schedule

Contact:  Ray Sewell, Principal    sewellr@clayk12.org,  256-396-1401


 

 Joye Fetner

Applications for certified positions should include a copy of your valid Alabama Teaching/Leadership Certificate including transcripts and a completed application form. Applications for aide positions should include transcripts verifying 48 hours of college creditor a Passing WorkKeys Test score and a completed application form. Applications for clerical positions should include copy of high school diploma and a completed application form. Applications for transportation dept. should include a valid A. CDL and a completed application form. Applications should be submitted to the contact person indicated above.

The Clay County Board of Education is an equal opportunity employer, it is the policy of this school system that no person be denied employment, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or subjected to discrimination in any program or activity on the basis of sex, race, religion, disability, national origin, or age group.



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