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JAG District Winners HHS
HHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Spelling Bee Winners

2019 County Spelling Bee Winners: 1st Jake Duett HHS, 2nd Camden Peters HHS, 3rd Jackson Wingard BHS

Lafreda Griffing - New Board Member for Southern Region for the Alabama Community Education Association

Lafreda Griffin - Voted as Board Member for the Southern Region for the Alabama Community Education Association

JaShon Mckee - Student Worker of the Year Award from Alabama Community Education Association Annual Conference

JaShon Mckee - Student Worker of the Year Award from Alabama Community Education Association Annual Conference

Alabama Digital Tools for Teachers Grant Winners

Alabama Digital Tools for Teachers Grant Winners

Jordan Sikes - Highland Home School

Jordan Sikes - Highland Home School

Rena Battle - Highland Home School

Rena Battle - Highland Home School

April Hall - Brantley School

April Hall - Brantley School

Jae Fox - Brantley School

Jae Fox - Brantley School

Morgan Norsworthy - Luverne School

Morgan Norsworthy - Luverne School

Luverne School
Luverne Sc
Luverne School

Luverne School

Luverne School
Rasheeda May's Classroom - Luverne School

Rasheeda May's Classroom - Luverne School

Luverne School
Jae Fox Class

BHS 

LHS Cheerleaders

LHS Cheerleaders

Valedictorians and Salutatorians with Board Members











Highland Home School: Salutatorian - Alex Brown, Valedictorian - Kaylan Martin

Brantley School: Salutatorian - Cameron Catrette, Valedictorian - Rhinnon Hall

Luverne School: Salutatorian -Paige McGough, Valedictorian -  Nick Baugh

At the capital

At the U. S. Capitol

All in One Band at Luverne
Luverne Jazz Band
Weights in Girls Weight Room
The Wall for signatures of Outstanding Senior Autographs.
FFA Winners

3rd 2018 FFA Poultry CDE

Soccer at Luverne

Soccer... where is the ball?

Mrs. Layton's English Class at Brantley on Friday.

Mrs. Layton's English Class at Brantley High School on a typical Friday.

Robotics Participants

Students who competed in the Robotics competition.

Student representation

All in the family!

JV Cheerleaders at Luverne

Luverne JV Cheerleaders.

FBLA Meeting.

FBLA meeting at Highland Home.

Classroom assignments

A classroom using pen and pencil instead of technology for an assignment.

Robotics class

Robotics introduction assignment from the teacher.

Students in class

Emphasizing reading.

Changing class.

Changing classes at Highland Home School.

Reading in class.

Reading in class.

Students working in class.

Class rooms

Students in Mrs. Henderson's room.

Mrs. Henderson's room.

classroom

Students using scissors. 

Student reading

Student reading and studying geometric figures in the 21st Century After School Program at Luverne.

Robotics assignment

Robotics programming assignment at Highland Home School.

Basic Robotics at Highland Home School.

Basic Robotics programming in action at Highland Home School.

Students problem solving

Students problem solving at Highland Home School.

Students reading.

Students reading at Luverne Elementary.

spelling check

Checking a students spelling ability in the 21st Century After School Program.

Multi-tasking

Multi-tasking is a must in the classroom.

Reading program

Many task as reading fundamentals are applied.

Planning the program

Programming a robot for the first time is tedious.

Judy Mitchell Class

Students caught by surprise!

Science class experiment

Working with Dancing Worms in Mrs. Free's Science class at Brantley School.

At the locker

Junior high hallway at Luverne.

Examining

Students from Crenshaw County Schools examining bones of rats or possibly sheep at the Lab at Troy University during a field trip.

Classroom

Mrs. Forbes Science class at Luverne Junior High where they use Chromebooks and Smart Board Technology.

Social Studies

Smart Board Technology is used in Dale Simmons' History class.

Teacher student interaction

Mrs. Baines using Smart Board in Math class to introduce a concept.

Upcoming Events

Dodd Hawthorne, Superintendent

Superintendent's Message

 
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Crenshaw County School’s website.  It is our hope that you will find the information contained here both informative and helpful as you explore our school system.
 
The Crenshaw County School System consist of three schools; Luverne School, Highland Home School, and Brantley School with approximately 2175 students in grades K4-12.  Crenshaw County Schools employs approximately 288 employees.
 
Crenshaw County Schools greatest strength has always been the relationship between the school and the communities within Crenshaw County.  We are very fortunate to have the benefit of supportive parents as well as business communities. Without such support, we would not be able to effectively educate your child.  The Crenshaw County School System will continue to work hard to ensure that these relationships continue to succeed in the future.
 
Crenshaw County Schools remains a great place for our children to receive a quality education.  We have an outstanding staff that supports your effort as well. I welcome you to the website and our school system.  If my office can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me at 334-335-6519.
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Recent News

Crenshaw County Art Show

Crenshaw County Board of Education Art Show May 9 3:30-5:30 Senior National Art Honor Society Cord Induction @ 5:50
Band playing during time out!

Band playing during time out.

Highland Home Cheerleaders 2017-18!

2017-18 Highland Home Cheerleaders!

Luverne Cheerleaders and Mascot

2017-18 Luverne Cheerleaders and Mascot

Brantley Cheerleaders 2017-18 warming up standing tall.

Standing tall!

Luverne Band Halftime performance
Highland Home Band tuning up before football game.

Highland Home Band getting ready for a football game.

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