Choctaw County High School Wins State J.A.G. Competition!

(Pictured from left to right) Amisha Law, Makayla Haynes, and Rayanna Bush representing Choctaw County High in the National JAG competition

(Pictured from left to right) Amisha Law, Makayla Haynes, and Rayanna Bush will represent Choctaw County High in the National JAG competition in Orlando, FL.  These young women placed 1st in the state for Business Planning during the State of Alabama JAG competition. This is the school's first year of the program as well as competing (and winning) at this level.  Way to go, Tigers!
Alabama Goes to College Virtual Event for All Seniors and Senior Parents/Guardians

To Senior Students and Parents:

Alabama Possible (Alabama Goes to College)  is hosting  a virtual webinar event called Next Steps after Submitting a FAFSA for senior parents and students.  All interested parents and seniors may  register for this event using the registration link below:

Virtual Webinar:              Cash for College: Next Steps after Submitting a FAFSA 
Date:                                  Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 6:00  P.M.
Audience:                         Students and Families
After you submit your FAFSA, what happens next? Join this webinar to learn more about how the application is processed and what follow-up tasks you might need to complete, such as making corrections and providing verification documentation. We’ll also cover how to review and compare aid award letters so that you can make informed financial decisions about your next steps. Register for the webinarHERE.

Seniors and parents/guardians may contact your high school counselor for additional information.
NEW Math Nation

ALL Alabama students, teachers, and families have FREE access to Math Nation’s resources for 6th-8th grade math from the web, tablets, and smartphones 24 hours a day.
 Support: Helps students master math skills with individualized instruction from dynamic content videos led by “Study Experts” — and students can choose the Study Expert who best fits their learning style.
 Math Nation Resources: 1) Videos can be downloaded to view offline later when they may not have internet access; 2) personalized remediation tools; 3) digital practice tools; 4) homework help and virtual tutoring; 5) a professional learning community; 6) resources for teachers; and 7) family support videos.
 Access Alabama’s Math Nation Resources:  Home - Math Nation Alabama
AMSTI Professional Learning Opportunities This Summer
AMSTI Professional Learning Opportunities Flyer for Summer with QR Code and Link to more information

March is Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month

Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories

Why Do We Celebrate Women’s History Month?

Women’s History Month is a dedicated month to reflect on the often-overlooked contributions of women to United States history. From Abigail Adams to Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth to Rosa Parks, the timeline of women’s history milestones stretches back to the founding of the United States.

The actual celebration of Women’s History Month grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history, and society.
Engaging Students
Engaging Students GraphicChoctaw County Schools offer many opportunities for students to become and remain engaged in learning at all levels.  Teachers provide research-based, student-focused instruction that has real-world applications and incorporates technology in order to be relevant to students.  CCS offers extracurricular activities, such as art club, cheerleading, FFA, FBLA, and a variety of sports, along with dual enrollment and ACCESS distance learning in order to provide a well-rounded education.  Come out to see what makes Choctaw County Schools great!

**All safety protocols and requirements will be strictly enforced.**
Superintendent's Corner
Superintendent Dorothy Banks
Jacquelyn James,
Superintendent of Education
Important Links
How to Sign Up for Schoology
Getting Started on Schoology
Promoting Early Numeracy for K-3
Videos, Online Resources, and Daily Tips
Elementary link to Parent Tips
High School link to Parent Tips
Read At-Home Resources for Parents
Click on the link below to find resources and ideas for helping your child read at home.

Read At-Home Resources for Parents
Please click the link below to learn more about the Alabama Literacy Act and what it means for Choctaw County Public Schools. 

Alabama Literacy Act