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The Chambers County School System, in partnership with parents and the community, is dedicated to producing skilled, responsible graduates by providing and supporting high quality, highly effective public schools.
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Majority to Minority Transfers
What is M to M transfer? M to M stands for majority to minority. An M to M transfer is where a student who is currently enrolled in a school where his/her race is in the majority chooses to transfer to a school within the district where his/her race would be in the minority. For example an African American student who is currently attending Eastside, JP Powell, or LaFayette High School may transfer to another school in the district where their race would be in the minority. Transportation will be provided. Forms are currently available for M to M transfers for the 2017-18 school year. All requests must be received by May 1.
For more information or to request a form contact
Nancy Maples for elementary aged students – 334-864-9343 extension 10214
Sharon Weldon for middle and high school aged students – 334-864-9343 extension 10232
2015-16 Teachers of the Year
2015-16 Teachers of the Year
TEACHERS OF THE YEAR — At the November monthly school board meeting, the Chambers County Board of Education honored the teachers of the year from each school in the system, Katie Herston of LaFayette Lanier Elementary and Dylan Weaver of Valley High (in front at center) are the district-wide elementary and secondary teachers of the year. Also shown, from left, are Wendy Johnson, Chambers County Career Technical Center; Valerie Carter, Bob Harding-Shawmut Elementary School; Superintendent Dr. Kelli Hodge, who presented the awards; Mary Anne Spence, Five Points Elementary; Jason Phillips, Huguley Elementary; Laura Ernst, W.F. Burns Middle School; Beverly Kavookjian, LaFayette High; Trina Green, Eastside Elementary School; Kim Maddox, J.P. Powell Middle School; and Cindy Garrett, Fairfax Elementary. (Photo by Wayne Clark)
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