Autauga County Schools
"Every student a graduate, every graduate a success"
The mission of the Autauga County Schools is to provide a quality education
necessary for all students to be successful in life.
Thank you for your generosity! During our food drive we collected 3732 items!
The items were delivered to FUMC of Prattville where they will use
them through the "Back Pack Ministry."
Autauga County Schools will dismiss at 12:00 NOON on
Friday, December 20th. Please plan accordingly.
DPES wishes you a very Merry Christmas!
PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!
We are need of parent volunteers for Friday, December 20 from 8:15-10:15.
If you are available, please email Mrs. Gazell at firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank you in advance!
Students who qualify will be going to......
Grades 1 & 2: Tuesday Dec. 17
Grades 5 & 6: Wednesday Dec. 18
HAVE YOUR CHILD CHECK LOST AND FOUND FOR ANY LOST ITEMS.
ALL REMAINING ITEMS WILL BE DONATED TO CHARITY ON DEC. 20th.
DPES tardy policy is now being enforced. Therefore, any student not seated in his/her classroom when the 7:55 bell rings is considered tardy to school. A student arriving after 7:55 a.m. must report with his/her parent/guardian to the front office and sign in, giving the reason for being late. Students that are signing in late due to a doctor/dentist appointment must have an excuse from the doctor/dentist to be considered an excused tardy.
Both the Jay Street entrance and the McQueen Smith entrance open at 7:15.
· The McQueen Smith entrance closes at 7:45. If you arrive after 7:45 you will be directed to the Jay Street entrance/ front office to sign your child in for a tardy slip and parent notification letter.
· The Jay Street entrance closes at 7:55. If you arrive after 7:55, you will be directed to the front office to sign your child in for a tardy slip and parent notification letter.
Please review DPES Tardy Policy listed under Handbook for discipline procedures.
Our school is earning money! Thanks to all of you currently participating in the Target Take Charge of Education® program. By simply shopping with your Target® Visa® Credit Card or Debit Card and designating our school, a percentage of the amount of each purchase you make is donated back to our school.
If you're not already taking part, please consider doing so - grandparents, alumni, friends and neighbors can help, too. To participate or to see how much has been contributed towards our next check, please visit target.com/tcoe, call 1-800-316-6142 or click the Target logo on the right.