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Sunday, June 29, 2008

A Vision of K-12 Students Today


Friday, June 27, 2008

Neighborhood Safety

Personal and neighborhood safety are topics parents should freely and openly discuss with their children. This Report to Parents from the National Association of Elementary School Principals provides some tips to help parents safeguard their children’s safety.

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Greetings from Talladega High's New Principal


I would like to thank the staff of Talladega High School and the Talladega Board of Education and their staff for the opportunity to serve the students of Talladega High School. Our endeavor at Talladega High School will be to provide a “world class” education for our students. We will do this by fully examining our current strengths, our recent accomplishments, and our opportunities for improvement. Talladega High School will set goals based on our findings and community expectations. This approach supports our vision at Talladega City Schools, “Moving forward to meet the demands of a changing world.” My prayer is that all members of the community join with us as we work to develop and maintain a “world class” education for the students of Talladega, Alabama.


Darren Anglin

Friday, June 13, 2008

Helping Children Cope With Tragedy

Young children shouldn’t have to learn about tragic events, but they do. Some are exposed to disasters firsthand. Others discover tragedies by watching the news or overhearing others. This Report to Parents from the National Association of Elementary School Principals provides some guidance on helping children through these situations.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

National Board Certification State Grants Received!

Congratulations to Ms. Foy and Ms. Webb, Ellis Junior High teachers for receiving the Alabama State Grant. This grant, worth $2,500 will pay for each of these ladies to pursue National Board Certification in the 2008-2009 school year.

Three Talladega City teachers, Emily Weldon (Salter), Regina McKinney (Ellis), and Darian Simmons (THS) worked on their NB certification this year. They will get results in late October or early November.

Pictured above: Emily Weldon, Anna McCollum (Alabama School for the Blind), Darian Simmons, Susie Thomas (Alabama School for the Blind), Regina McKinney, and Jenni Griffin.

These educators participated in a National Board Certification Learning Group sponsored by the University of Montevallo Inservice Center.

Congratulations and GOOD LUCK to ALL!

Talladega City Teachers of the Year

Becky Armstrong-R. L. Young Elementary

Barbara Lawler-Talladega High School

Talladega City Schools is pleased to announce their District Teacher of the Year WINNERS!


Friday, June 06, 2008

Public Hearings Announced for Special Education


Montgomery, AL – The Alabama Department of Education (SDE), Special Education Services, will conduct two public hearings on the proposed changes to the Alabama Administrative Code (AAC), 290-8-9. The purpose of the hearings is to allow public comment on the proposed changes, as required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the implementing regulations. The scheduled public hearings are:

June 16, 2008, 4 - 6 p.m. June 17, 2008, 4 - 6 p.m.
Lane Center, Room 101 Reid State Technical College
410 13th Street South Wiley Salter Auditorium
Birmingham City Schools I-65 and Highway 83
Birmingham, Alabama 35233 Evergreen, Alabama 36401

Directions to Lane Center, Birmingham
From Montgomery to Birmingham, take I-65 North, Exit University Blvd. Get in left lane and take a left at the light. Go two blocks and take a right on 5th Avenue South. Go one block and take a left on 12th Street. Go ½ block and enter parking lot on right.

From Huntsville to Birmingham, take I-65 South, Exit 4th Avenue South. Take a right on 12th Street South at the light. Go ½ block and enter parking lot on left.

Directions to Reid State Technical College, Evergreen
Wiley Salter Auditorium is located in the administration building, which is the second building on the campus of Reid State Technical College. The new library is the first building.

From Montgomery, take I-65 South, Exit 96. Reid State Technical College will be on your right as you exit onto Highway 83.

From Mobile, take I-65 North, Exit 96, Highway 83. Take a left on Highway 83 crossing over the interstate. Reid State Technical College will be on your right.

The proposed changes to the AAC may be downloaded from the SDE Web site at www.alsde.edu. Click on Sections. Click on Special Education Services. Click on Code at top of the page. The proposed changes are the fourth document listing (3-AAC Chapter 290-8-9 May 2008 track changes post.pdf).

If you wish to make comments regarding proposed changes to the AAC, please send comments to crystalr@alsde.edu no later than August 1, 2008. To request a summary of the proposed changes to the AAC, contact Ms. Crystal Richardson at (334) 242-8114 or crystalr@alsde.edu