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  • Our Mission:

    Building a foundation for student success.

    Our Vision:

    A community united in building a school system where high expectations and the relentless pursuit of educational achievement establish the foundation for individual student success.

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  • 2021-2026 Strategic Plan Overview

    2021-2026 Strategic Plan Overview

    Link to to Strategic Plan and Message from Dr. Milner, Superintendent

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  • Mask Preferred - Effective Monday, September 27, 2021

    Mask Preferred - Effective Monday, September 27, 2021

    Announcement from Dr. Milner, Superintendent of Saraland City Schools, regarding implementation of a "Mask Preferred" policy effective Monday, September 27, 2021.

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  • COVID-19 Second Shot Clinic - Location Moved to Cafeteria

    COVID-19 Second Shot Clinic - Location Moved to Cafeteria

    COVID-19 Vaccination Dosage #2 Clinic set for Thursday, August 19th from 1:00pm until 4:00pm. The clinic has been moved to the cafeteria instead of the gymnasium. This is for all of those who received their vaccination the last week of July during Saraland High School registration. The nurses have given permission forms to students to bring home. Parents/guardians may also print one from the link in this article or receive one on the day of the clinic.

    If dosage was received on August 4th, plan to return to campus on August 25th for second dosage from 2:00pm until 4:00pm. A permission form for the students and adults has to be completed each clinic, access the permission form using the link in this article. If unsure of return date, refer to the back of vaccination card. Be sure to bring vaccination card to the clinic. Contact Diana Collins at 251-586-1495 with any questions.

    This clinic is for 2nd dosages only, 1st dosages will not be administered during this clinic.

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  • Return to School 2021: COVID-19 Guidance

    Return to School 2021: COVID-19 Guidance

    Dr. Scott Harris, ADPH State Health Officer stated, “For those who are eligible, vaccination remains our most potent strategy for preventing disease among students, faculty and staff, and vaccination also eliminates the need for quarantine among many of the close contacts in our schools. Other mitigation strategies, such as face coverings, distancing, and hygiene measures are also important, especially in those communities that are experiencing high levels of COVID-19 transmission."

    Click article link to review additional guidance regarding school opening.

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