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What if...

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What if...

Please take a moment and watch our new video. We are asking the public to think outside the box for ideas which are in the best interest and most beneficial for our kids and the future of the Chambers County School District. In a few weeks an online survey will be posted for the public to begin having input. We are also completing a demographic study to help us with future enrollment projections, and we are completing a facilities assessment at all of our campuses. After the survey results are in, we will hold town hall meetings to present the results and begin the conversation of how to proceed.

Please share this video. It is hosted here on our Webpage. It will be also be posted to our Facebook page.  Please share this video.


Employees of the Week

14 hours ago


OCTOBER 21 - 25, 2019 


Alexander Harber, eleventh grade Science teacher at Valley High School, has been selected as our Certified “Employee of the Week.” He is married to Jennifer Harber and they have one fur baby: Zulu.

            Alexander earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Carson Newman University.

            “Everyone learns in their own unique way,” said Harber. “When I teach, I use very interactive and exciting methods to reach students and hopefully fit the need for all.”

            In his spare time, Alexander enjoys rock climbing, repelling, sports, cars, and bees. He is also a member of Cascade Hills Church.


OCTOBER 21 - 25, 2019


Carol Ann Bryant, Paraprofessional at W. F. Burns Middle School, has been selected as our Support Staff “Employee of the Week.” She is married to Will Bryant and they have one fur kiddo named “Trooper.”

            Carol earned her associate degree from Southern Union State Community College, her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Auburn University, and she’s currently completing her master’s degree in Elementary Education from Western Governors University.

            “I love being able to encourage and guide students to their full potential,” said Bryant. “Being their shining light and advocate is such an honor.”

            In her spare time, Carol enjoys watching Netflix, doing Zumba, Auburn sports events, and spending time with friends and family. She is also a member of Opelika First Baptist Church.

By David Bell

Mission Statement
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.
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 2019-20 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
Office Hours
The Central Office will start new office hours effective May 28, 2019 - the hours will be 7:30 central - 4:00 central each day.
To apply for a position with the Chambers County Board of Education - click the link below