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Copycat threat circulated for Brantley High School originated in New Mexico

Possible copycat situation results in additional security at school on Friday

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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
Story Board

Random classroom picture.

Judy Mitchell Class

Students caught by surprise!

Changing classes

Changing classes at Brantley School.

Coach Parks

Coach Park's History class at Brantley School.

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.

HOSA Gathering

Students from Crenshaw County Schools on field trip to Troy University visiting the Cadaver Lab.


Mrs. Forbes Science class at Luverne Junior High.

Thinking and analyzing

Coach Dale's History class close-up photo.

Teacher student interaction

Mrs. Baines using Smart Board

Smart Board Use in Classroom

Coach Dale uses Smart Board to Illustrate

Social Studies

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

Teacher Project Demo

Mrs. Forbes Science class at Luverne Junior High.


Ms Baines utilizes Smart Board in Math Class

Classroom Media

Brantley School Library youngsters developing their skills.


Some of the students Who Attended the JDLC Conference.


Students Who Attended JDLC Conference 2017


Old Glory! The Flag of our nation!

HHS Lunch room

Squadron lunch time.


Tiger lunch time!

LHS Cheerleaders

Tiger Cheerleaders


Tigers and Bulldogs competing hard!

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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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