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.
Remote Learners Lunch Form
This is a reminder for parents that school breakfast and lunch are free to all students regardless of what you normally pay for meals. Free meals for all students will continue through the end of the 2020-21 school year.
Even if your child wants to bring lunch from home they can supplement it with items from the cafeteria such as milk, fruit, and vegetables- free of charge.
Again, Breakfast and lunch are free to all students through the end of the 2020-21 School Year.
Head of the Class Bankhead Middle School Lindsey Beth Sanford.
Parents: T.J. and Leah Sanford.
Honors/Awards: All A Honor Roll, Good Citizenship Award.
Activities: Basketball Team, Softball Team, Volleyball Team, Educational Talent Search.
Future Plans: Lindsey wants to attend The University of Alabama to become a Physical Therapist
Dora High School Wrestlers gave a helping hand to the community of Fultondale after the tornado destruction.
Oakman Middle School Head of the Class
Parents: Marcus and Natalie Carson
Goals: My goals are to graduate high school and get an offer to play college basketball.
I plan to complete a degree to become an architect and hopefully have a chance to take my game to the next level.
Interests: My interest are basketball, video games, working out, and hanging out with friends.
Sumiton Middle School Head of the Class Miya Lewis
Parents Gloria Staten, James Lewis
Organizationa/Activities/Clubs:Softball, Baskeetball, Beta Club, Sumiton Belles
Future: Miya Hopes to attend Auburn University to play softball and become a pediatrician.
Head of the Class
School: Valley Jr. High
Student: Mallory Pinion
Parents: John and Stephanie Pinion
Clubs and Athletics: Mallory is a member of the National Junior Beta Club. Mallory plays Volleyball and Basketball for the Valley Bucs. She also plays league Soccor.
Favorite Subject is Math.
Hobbies: Mallory enjoys drawing and performing in dramas with Athletic Arts Center. She also enjoys volunteering at the Va.
Awards and Honors: Mallory has excelled in acadenics and exhibits great character. She is on the A Honor Roll snd was voted Best Personnality and Best Mannered by her peers.
Future Plans: Mallory plans to attent the Universrty of Montervallo and major in Theater.
Parrish Middle School Head of the Class MaKale Harper
Parents: Jimmy and Ginger Harper
Future Goals: I plan to continue working hard in school with the ultimate goal of earning a scholarship. I plan to attend college on the coast to become a marine biologist.
Sports and Clubs and Organizations: Cheer, volleyball, SGA, Peer Helper and Tornado TV
Interest: Volleyball, cheerleading, hanging out with family and friends and listening to music.
Head of the Class --Lupton Jr. High
Parents: Mary Henderson and Brian Kluesner
Hobbies: Playing the guitar, walking and drawing
Activities: Member of Lupton Jr. High Beta Club
Future Plans: My future plans are to attend college, earn a degree, and get a job.
The locations for the student Access Points are as follows:
The name of the access point will be student and the password is wcstudent
TYPE AS WRITTEN NO CAPS IN THE PASSWORD.
Yerkwood Volunteer Fire Dept.
8 Oakahalla St.
Quinton, Al. 35130
Thatch Volunteer Fire Dept.
10338 Hwy. 195
Jasper, Al. 35503
Nauvoo City Hall
176 McDaniel Rd.
Nauvoo, Al 35578
Pumpkin Center First Baptist Church
20 Pumpkin Center Loop
Quinton, Al. 35130
Townley First Baptist Church
285 Alabama Ave.
Townley Al. 35587
Empire Church of God
6311 Hill Rd.
Empire, Al. 35063
All students will receive free breakfast and lunch until June of 2021
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