Effective Jan. 12, Sugar Loaf Elementary School will begin remote instruction due to a staff shortage which limits the ability to safely and adequately supervise and educate students. This decision is based on 55% of core instructional staff being absent today. The administration will reevaluate over the weekend to determine if changes need to be made to the scheduled return on Jan. 18. Additional information will be posted on the website and social media. Parents have been notified through the mass notification system of the remote instruction plans and may contact the school with any additional questions.
Alexander County Schools announced the January 11 school board meeting will be held virtually due to the increased rate of COVID-19 numbers involving staff in the schools. The meeting will be conducted via Zoom, with scheduled speakers joining according to the published agenda. The meeting will be live-streamed on the district YouTube channel. The public can tune in for the meeting at the link below. https://youtu.be/vhrOoTFYeao
Each year all students are encouraged to participate in the annual holiday artwork contest. Artwork is selected to represent the school system and serve as the design on the school district Christmas cards. Click the heading to read more and view photos.
Alexander Central High School Ag Mechanics team won first place in the Northwest Regional Agriculture Mechanics Competition held at the CVCC Workforce Solutions Complex. Team members Aiden Anderson (11th grade) -not pictured, Avery H. Cook (12th grade)- not pictured, Nolan Heath (12th grade), and Colton Matthews (12th Grade) were recognized at the December school board meeting on Tues., Dec. 14, 2021. Click the heading to read more.
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To provide a student-centered environment wherein students maximize their potential and ignite a love for life-long learning.
We believe students are the most important aspect of education.
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We believe that student empowerment comes through collaboration, engagement, and authentic learning.
We believe in community service, alliances with families and stakeholders and the importance of extracurricular activities.