LAMAR COUNTY SCHOOLS

2018-2019 CALENDAR

 

August 1-3

Teacher Work Days

August 6

Students First Day

September 3

Labor  Day Holiday (No School)

September 19

1/2 day students, 1/2 day Professional Dev. Teacher

October 18

1/2 day students,   ½ day Parent/Teacher Conference Day

November 12

Veterans Day Holiday (No School)

November  19-23

Fall/Thanksgiving Break (5 days)

December 17-19

Semester Exams - 19th ends 1st sem.
January 3-4

Teacher Work Days

January 7

Students Return

January 21

MLK Holiday (No School)

February 15

Professional Dev.

February 18

Presidents day /BWMD (No School)

March 25-29

Spring Break (No School)

April 19

Good Friday Holiday (No School)

May 10

BWMD 9 (No School)

May 23

Students Last Day

May 24

Teacher Work Day

 

 

 

 

Attention Parents 

All student meals can now be paid by credit card online using PayPAMS.  A $1.95 transaction fee will be charged for each credit card transaction.  Please visit www.paypams.com to create an account.  You will also be able to view your child’s transaction activity and account balance.

 

Brianne Ives, Sulligent Elementary Teacher

Micheal Avent, Sulligent Elementary Special Education Teacher

Liz Moore, Sulligent Pre-K Teacher

Falla Bradford, Central Office Secretary

Teresa Ashby, Vernon High Science Teacher

Cody Ray, Sulligent Band Director

Joel Haney, South Lamar Band Director

Ben Johnson, Vernon High Math Teacher

Sonya Turner, Vernon High School Counselor 7-12

Rachel B. Scurlock, Vernon Intermediate/Vernon Elementary Counselor

Vickie Palmer, Sulligent Elementary Teacher

Haley Pennington, Vernon Intermediate/High School Librarian

Sharon Little, Vernon Elementary Teacher

James Kelley, Vernon High Career Tech/AG Teacher

John Ross Johnson, Sulligent English Teacher 7-12

B.J. Moore, Sulligent Nurse

Tiffany Trull, School of Technology Bookkeeper

Jason Clark, Vernon High/Intermediate Principal

Tommy Chism, Sulligent Principal

Amy Lacy, Sulligent Asst. Principal

Corrie York, Sulligent Lunchroom

 

                           


 

Learn more about the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) at http://www.alsde.edu

 

ESSA will help guide and improve the educational landscape in Alabama and reflects many of our state’s educational priorities.

ESSA was a bill approved by Congress in December 2015 to grant states more flexibility for strategic, customized plans for education.

ESSA replaces No Child Left Behind (NCLB). ESSA encourages states and schools to innovate, while at the same time maintaining a focus on accountability, an emphasis on state and local systems of improvement, and a more balanced assessment system.