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December 9, 2020In accordance with the education accountability law, Code of Alabama, Section 16-6B-7, the Walker County Board of Education provides the following information via its website (https://www.
walkercountyschools.com/ domain/49)A. Financial
1.Exhibits A-I-I through A-I-VIll — Funding and Expenditure Report for Accountability by Fund Source. The content and format of these reports are the same as Exhibits C-II-I through C-II-VIII — Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance by Fund Source,2.Exhibits A-II-I through A-II-VII— Funding and Expenditure Report for Accountability by Cost Center. The content and format of these reports are the same as Exhibits through C-III-VIII —Combining Statement of Revenues and Expenditures by Cost Center.3.Exhibits A-III-I through Exhibits A-III-VIII— Funding and Expenditure Report for Accountability by Program. The content and format of these reports are the same as Exhibits C-IV-I through C-IV-VIII — Combining Statement of Revenues and Expenditures by Program.
B. Student Achievement
The Student Achievement Report requirement has been waived for this school year.C.School Safety & Discipline
A copy of the most recent Student Incident Report, which was submitted to the ALSDE in June 2020, is provided.
Due to the cost of printing such large amounts of information, the Financial and School Safety & Discipline, reports are available on our website. The most recent Student Achievement data is available through the ALSDE portal to which there is a link on our website.
* ACT #2017-368 Requires a local board of education to provide information about the influenza disease and vaccine whenever other health information is provided to parents and guardians. H.381 (Daniels) Effective August 1, 2017.
Use the links below to learn more about the Influenza Disease and Influenza Vaccine
* ACT #2017-19 All Schools Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Students to be educated about the potential health impact of heavy backpacks and to take proactive measures to avoid injury.
Refer to the link below to learn more:
* ACT #2017-278 Allows students in public and non-public schools to possess and use FDA-regulated, over-the-counter sunscreen without a physician's order. S.63 (McClendon) Effective May 16, 2017. Law not age specific-can apply themselves. -- If the student or parent request for school employee to apply sunscreen -- parent must sign PPA--NO MD signature required.