Autauga County Schools is preparing for the Alabama Comprehensive Assessment Program (ACAP) testing throughout the district - the only required standardized test for students in grades 2-8 in the state.
Sun Mar 19 05:56 PM
Preschool families are encouraged to apply for Autauga County Schools' voluntary pre-K program. Online pre-registration for the 2023-2024 school year is underway! To be eligible, a child must be four years old on or before September 1 and be a resident of Autauga County.
Fri Mar 17 04:23 PM
Kim Crockett and Dr. Tracye Strichik were among more than 300 education leaders at the Alabama Association of School Boards conference, Leadership for Developing a Highly Effective Staff earlier this month.
Fri Mar 17 09:09 AM
If you are having issues with bullying or know someone who is, report it immediately.
Thu Mar 16 02:02 PM
Rising Kindergarten families! Get a jumpstart on the 2023-2024 school year with school-specific pre-registration dates. Children turning five years old before September 1 may attend the school in which they’re zoned, and you can ensure a smooth transition by starting the process now.
Tue Mar 14 07:51 AM
Autauga County Schools has an immediate need for school nurses with a current ABN licensure and CPR card. Apply today!
Tue Mar 14 07:50 AM
Join the conversation! Prattville Junior High School and Prattville High School families are invited to a town hall-style State of the School meeting in Prattville High School's cafeteria to discuss your ideas and concerns on safety and security with Superintendent Tidmore and senior administrators.
Tue Mar 14 07:49 AM
Connect with Autauga County Schools on your favorite social media platform to stay up-to-date on district happenings!
Mon Mar 13 07:47 PM
***FEMA FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR OUR RESIDENTS*** The Autauga County Commission and Autauga EMA want our residents to know that FEMA Funds are now available to help individuals and business owners that sustained damage from Thursday's devastating severe weather in our community! YOU MUST APPLY NOW! Call TODAY at 1-800-621-3362 or apply online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov. Be sure to have the following information when you call: phone number where you can be reached, social security number, current mailing address, address of the damaged property and a brief description of the damages, insurance information (if you have insurance).
Mon Jan 16 04:13 PM
If you would like to know how your school is performing then check out the link to the State Department's Education Report Cards.
Mon Dec 12 03:50 PM