Accountability, Assessments & Curriculum
Accountability
Public schools throughout Alabama are required to provide information about themselves to the community in the form of an annual School Accountability Report Card. These report cards provide a variety of data to allow the public to evaluate and compare schools in seven major areas.
  • demographic information
  • school safety and climate for learning
  • academic data
  • class size
  • teacher and staff information
  • curriculum and instruction
  • fiscal and expenditure data
Assessments
Assessments Services include district and state mandated assessments.
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Rhonda Johnson

Accountability Specialist
Phone: 205-459-3031 
Email Rhonda Johnson
rjohnson@choctawal.org
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The Textbook Section is responsible for the review and local adoption of textbooks. This section also provides assistance to the schools in the areas of purchasing, distribution, use, and inventory of textbooks. 

Transition to Digital Instruction and Learning

Mrs. Dawn  Dixon 
Assistant Superintendent/Career Technical Education Director
Phone: 205-459-3031 
Email Mrs. Dixon

 
The Choctaw County School System realizes that technology is an integral part of society. 
The system strives to implement programs that will equip students with the technical skills needed to survive in today’s ever changing society.  
To provide a quality education that will produce citizens who are able to live productively in an ever-changing society.

We soundly believe that:

1. All students deserve a high-quality education which incorporates the use of technology;
2. All students should be motivated to value learning and provided the opportunity to utilize technology; 
It is the commitment of the Choctaw County Board of Education 
Early Literacy and Dyslexia
  • In October 2015, the Alabama State School Board passed administrative code that officially recognized dyslexia as a learning challenge for some of Alabama’s children.
  • In 2019, the Alabama legislature passed the Alabama Literacy Act, or ALA, to support schools in improving reading proficiency for all K-3 Alabama students.
  • Choctaw County K-3 teachers deliver appropriate grade-level instruction anchored in the science of reading as well as timely, targeted interventions as needed.
  • Choctaw County Elementary and Southern Choctaw Elementary use the S.P.I.R.E. program for elementary students who exhibit reading deficiencies or characteristics of dyslexia.

The Alabama Dyslexia Resource Guide is updated periodically and can be found by clicking on the ALSDE link below:
https://www.alsde.edu/sec/ari/Dyslexia/DRG%2010-16-2020.pdf

A helpful Read-at-Home Plan can be found at the following link:
https://www.alsde.edu/sec/ari/Pages/parentres-all.aspx
Textbooks
The Textbook Section is responsible for the review and local adoption of textbooks. This section also provides assistance to the schools in the areas of purchasing, distribution, use, and inventory of textbooks. 
Transition to Digital Instruction and Learning
Textbooks Links
Mrs. Dawn  Dixon 
Assistant Superintendent/Career Technical Education Director
Phone: 205-459-3031 
Email Mrs. Dixon