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    Colbert Academy for Preschool Students Registration

    Offered to 3 and 4 year-olds

    Classes will be taught at Leighton Elementary School.

    Completed applications accepted May 1 - May 31, 2022

    Applications are available on google forms:

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc2kpnkcJ0TkcK6UTaGUvhYbVPCrY5hGrRJSecnRoxq0QG7XA/viewform?usp=sf_link

    You may also request an application by emailing Brooke Cunningham at: bcunningham2@colbert.k12.al.us

    **Students are selected by random drawing with priority given to returning students.

    **Students must live in the Colbert County School District.

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  •                           COLBERT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

                      Valedictorian Ivie Scott & Salutatorian Trey Craft

                             

                               COLBERT HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

             Valedictorian Emmalee Berryman & Salutatorian Grace Christian 

                               

                                        CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL

           Valedictorian Shamori Thompson & Salutatorian Tatum Thomas

                               

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  • MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH

    For more information, contact Emily Counce.
    ecounce@colbert.k12.al.us

     

     

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  • CCS Pre-K Registration

    Registration for CCS' award-winning Pre-K programs is now open! Visit the link below to Pre-Register. Random drawing is March 10, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. at the Board of Education located at 425 Hwy 72 West, Tuscumbia. 

    Click here to Pre-Register!

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  • FY 2021 ARP ESSER Application (Pending Approval)

    As required by Federal law, Colbert County Schools' application for ESSER funding allocated through the American Rescue Plan can be found below.

    Click here to access the CCS ESSER Application

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  • CCS Teachers Nationally Board Certified

    Four additional CCS educators recently achieved another pinnacle of success by completing National Board Certification. New Bethel Interventionist Brittany Leathers, Teacher Breanne Owen, Colbert Heights Elementary Reading Specialist Lori South, and Colbert Heights High School Teacher Laura James, attended the National Board Certification ceremony at the Alabama Governor's Mansion in Montogomery.

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Nationally Certified STEM District
Colbert County Schools is proud to be the 1st K-12 School District in the U.S. to be awarded National Certification for STEM Excellence for Educators and all Schools district-wide by the National Institute of STEM Education.
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