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 We need your input!

We are in the process of conducting an evaluation of our parental involvement program, and we would like to know what you think. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The responses will be used to improve next year's parental involvement program. Please complete one survey for each school in which you have a student. If you have questions about the survey or need assistance completing it, please contact Kim Thompson at 334-222-3186 ext 4 or

Title I Parent Survey




  Dates to Remember:


                                         *April 1st-- Universal Breakfast Starts

                                         *April 11th--Field Day T-Shirt Money is Due

                                         *April 15th--Picture Money is Due

                                        *April 21st--23rd-DIBELS (K-2)

                                       *April 24th-30th--STI Math Assessments (K-2)

                                       *May 5th-9th--ASPIRE Testing (Grades 3-5)

Breakfast in the classroom!  

Dear Parents,

     Starting April 1, 2014, Andalusia Elementary School will begin offering every student breakfast in the classroom. Breakfast in the classroom will be available at no charge to all students at the start of each weekday morning. These meals are nutritionally balanced and meet USDA nutritional requirements and will give your child the nutrients he/she needs to be productive in school.

     Breakfast in the classroom is a great way to start the day. Studies have shown that children who eat a nutritious breakfast have better behavior, better attendance, and improved test scores. Teachers will use this time to take attendance, collect homework, and share daily announcements with students. Breakfast takes only 7-15 minutes, after which students are ready to start the school day. Breakfast will be served in the classroom beginning at 7:45 and promptly ending at 8:00. No breakfast will be served after 8:00. Students should not arrive at school prior to 7:00am, as outlined in the AES handbook. Students that arrive prior to 7:30 will be housed in the gym for a study hall time until the bell rings at 7:30 to send students to class. Students are tardy at the 7:45 bell.

     This is an important way to make sure that all of our students start the school day alert, well fed, and ready to learn. If you have any questions regarding this program, please call the elementary office at 222-1224 or Stephanie Dillard, ACS CNP direct at 222-6379. We look forward to having each and every student starting the day with breakfast in the classroom.







(You can also view our menus by clicking on the "Lunchroom" link to your left)



Lost jackets will be on display in town square until 4/4/2014