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AdvancED Presentation

Crenshaw County Schools Leadership Team working toward district accreditation from AdvancEd

AdvancED Presentation

District Accreditation Presentation

AdvancED Presentation

Mr. Dodd Hawthorne, incoming superintendent, presenting information to the accreditation committee.

Mrs. Layton's English Class at Brantley on Friday.
Mrs. Layton's English Class at Brantley High School on Friday.
Classroom assignments
Student representation

All in the family!


Highland Home Class

JV Cheerleaders at Luverne
FBLA Meeting.

FBLA meeting at Highland Home.

Robotics class

Robotics class just got their assignment from their teacher.

Students in class

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.

Students in Mrs. Henderson's room.


Students using scissors to cut out creations they reading about that they have drawn. 

Student reading

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


Peach tree budding!

Spring budding

Spring is in the air!

This student selected to be tested.

Student waiting eagerly to be examined by Mrs. Williams, 21st Century Program teacher.

Students in After School waiting to be tested.
Putnam County Spelling Bee

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee setting.

Audience photo at Luverne

Audience attending 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee performance at Luverne High School.

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.

Thinking and analyzing

Coach Dale's History class close-up photo.

Students reading.

Students reading at Luverne Elementary.

spelling check

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



Reading program

Applied reading

Planning the program

Programming a robot for the first time is tedious.

FFA Career Tech Representatives

Crenshaw County Board of Education and Dr. Coe recognizes Career Tech FFA representatives and their teachers from Brantley, Highland Home and Luverne Schools.

Story Board

Random classroom picture.

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.


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


Mrs. Forbes Science class at Luverne Junior High.

Teacher student interaction

Mrs. Baines using Smart Board

Social Studies

Technology integrated as part of the lesson with Dale Simmons' History class.

Upcoming Events

Dr. Coe

Superintendent's Message

In light of the recent school shootings and resulting ripple effects this has had in schools throughout the country, I would like to encourage parents to discuss with their children the importance of immediately reporting any physical threats to a teacher, administrator, counselor, or school resource officer so that the matter can be appropriately addressed. It is also important to let your child know that help is available if they feel that they are being bullied at school or over social media.
Parents should also caution their children about the language they use in dealing with conflicts. Comments by students that may have once been perceived as off-handed or spontaneous, must now be treated with much more scrutiny by school officials. In conversing with your child, also present the impacts of social media comments on relationships. Placing threatening information on social media in an attempt to bully or scare other students or, to attempt to disrupt school activities will also be aggressively pursued and the responsible parties will be held accountable.
We will continue to work diligently to provide your children with a safe environment for school. If you are aware of any suspicious activity or conversations, please contact your child’s principal. Thank you!
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