Blount County Schools

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Click on the logo below to complete the online application for the Bridge Academy. Interested students must speak with local school principals and counselors prior to applying for admission. 

 Dyslexia Resource Guide Link

 

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Every Child a Graduate.      Every Graduate Prepared.

The FY 2016 School Accountability Report for Blount County Schools is now available in the Board of Education Office. The Accountability Report links below contain information on finance/accounting, student achievement, and school safety and discipline. You may access this information on our website by selecting the following links: Finance/Accounting, Discipline, and School Accountability Reporting for student achievement information. Monthly financial statements are posted under Finance/Accounting. (Click on the blue links to go directly to these pages.)

Rodney P. Green, Superintendent

Alabama College and Career Ready Standards

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Blount County Board of Education 

Mission Statement

The mission of Blount County Schools is to create lifelong learners by providing quality education and meeting the needs of all students.

Vision

Blount County Schools will work closely with students, staff, families, and community stakeholders to prepare responsible citizens ready to succeed in an ever-changing global society.  

We believe that...

• Learning should be the primary focus of our schools.  

• All students can learn when provided with quality instruction.

• Students should be actively engaged in the learning process.

• Our schools should be safe and positive learning environments.

• We must commit ourselves to continuous improvement.

• Education is a partnership among schools, families, and communities.

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Scholar Athletes of the Week

    Cleveland High School

 

Gage Gammon

Parents: Jack and Vicki Gammon

Grade Point Average: 4.07

Sports played/how long: Track and field – 5 years; Varsity Football – 1 year

Academic achievements: A and A/B Honor Roll - 13 years; Ranked fourth in senior class; CHS Bryant Jordan Scholar Athlete

Athletic achievements: Track and field - 4 X 400 relay state qualifier, 4 x 800 two-time state qualifier

School activities: Junior Beta Club: Senior Beta Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Other Organizations: Attends Locust Fork Baptist Church, plays drums in the worship band

Future plans: Attend Jacksonville State University, major in criminal justice

Favorite subjects: Precalculus and History

Dream job: FBI special agent

Favorite food: Pizza

Playlist/favorite music/musicians: Rock and Roll

Favorite professional athlete: Tim Tebow

 

 

 

Kaitlyn Lake

Parents: Tim and Cheryl Lake

Grade Point Average: 3.86

Sports played/how long: Basketball - 11 years; Track - 4 years; Softball - 3 years

Academic achievements: A Honor Roll; A/B Honor Roll;Senior class top ten

Athletic achievements: Basketball All County - 2 years; All Area - 1 year; Track state qualifier - 2 years

School activities:  Senior Beta Club; 4-H; Youth Leadership Development Program; CHS Ambassador; Wallace State TriO program; Phi Theta Kappa; Dual enrollment, Wallace State - 2 years

Other organizations: Golden Force Marching Band - 6 years; Color guard - 2 years

Future plans: Wallace State Community College, registered nursing program

Favorite subjects: Reading and Science

Dream job: Nurse practitioner

Favorite food: Taco salad

Playlist/favorite music/musicians: Shawn Mendes and Little Mix

Favorite professional athlete: Tom Brady

 

Two from County set milestones

 Peyton Dean

The Appalachian junior guard went over 1,000 points in his career two weeks ago on a night when he scored 38 points in the Eagles' 90-88 loss to Jacksonville Christian.  The 38 points is a season high for Dean.  He averages 22 points per game for the Eagles, who were 11-11 heading into the area tournament opener at Coosa Christian.  He is the son of Jennifer and Dusty Dean.

 

Darby Hamm

A junior forward, Hamm has been a mainstay on the front line for the Tigers since her freshman year.  She surpassed the 1,500 mark in the Tigers' 67-46 victory over Cleveland. Hamm has controlled the paint the last three years and averaged 16 points and 15 rebounds per game as a sophomore in Class 4A.  She has averaged a double-double each of her three years on the varsity level.  She is the daughter of David and Dawn Hamm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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