Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) recently donated three new vehicles to the Autauga County Technology Center in a grand parade-style presentation. The Genesis GV80, Tucson, and Santa Fe were gifted from the company in support of ACTC's automotive program, and not even the rain that began to fall mid-delivery could dampen the excitement of students, administrators, and district leaders as the vehicles rolled onto campus with lights flashing and horns beeping.
Wed Sep 13 07:56 AM
Autauga County Schools is now sending student attendance notices through ParentSquare. When your child is marked absent, you will receive a text message or email, according to your preferences, notifying you of their absence. As a convenient feature, you can now submit a digital note directly from that correspondence. These new notes are only required when you desire to use a “parent note” for your child’s absence. Please be reminded that students are only allowed seven of these excuses for the school year. For more information on the district’s revised attendance policy, click here to read more in the 2023-2024 Code of Conduct.
Wed Sep 06 02:19 PM
Pardon the progress! Football season is underway across the district and so are renovations to Stanley-Jensen Stadium - the home of the Prattville Lions and PJHS Cats. As you prepare to cheer on your favorite teams, please be mindful of these renovation updates for an enjoyable experience while keeping everyone safe.
Tue Sep 05 01:39 PM
Prattville Elementary School was honored with a visit from Governor Kay Ivey as a part of a special assembly celebrating the district's summer learning accomplishments. Superhero Summer Camp participants, students in grades K-3 from across the county, listened attentively as Governor Ivey congratulated them, celebrating their summer reading successes.
Tue Aug 22 11:06 AM
Please be advised the community is experiencing increased cases of COVID, flu, RSV, and strep throat per Baptist Hospital and Partners in Pediatrics, a local pediatrician’s office. These infections are highly contagious and often come with various symptoms such as high fever, headache, sore throat, runny nose, persistent coughing and sneezing, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and extreme fatigue.
Mon Aug 21 01:45 PM
Autauga County Schools is proud to announce that Marbury Middle School was named a 2022-2023 National Beta School of Merit. The National Beta School of Merit award is given to honor a club’s dedication and commitment to academic excellence. To achieve this prestigious honor, MMS included members from all eligible grade levels on campus. This year, only 3,583 Beta Clubs across the country received this award. In a congratulatory letter to the school, Bobby Hart, CEO, said “Thank you for your continued support of National Beta and commitment to developing future leaders!”
Mon Aug 21 12:44 PM
There's no way around it, the Alabama summer heat is intense, and when humidity is high, the combination can be downright brutal. While these conditions are not ideal, Autauga County Schools is working to keep students and drivers safe until temperatures begin to trend cooler with the district's top tips for bus safety during extreme heat.
Wed Aug 16 08:01 AM
Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama donated $114,000 to expand the Hyundai Initiative for Robotics Excellence initiative, in partnership with Auburn University’s Southeastern Center of Robotics Education, into Autauga County Schools beginning during the 2023-2024 school year.
Wed Aug 09 03:52 PM
Makenzie Walker, a Prattville High School student, was selected as a 2023-2024 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) Scholarship recipient. As one of just 250 students chosen for this highly prestigious scholarship, Makenzie will immerse herself in German culture by living with a host family and attending a German high school for the next year.
Tue Aug 08 09:23 AM
All students eat for free this school year! Autauga County Schools is participating in a federal pilot program where all breakfast and lunches are provided at no charge for every student with no applications or additional information, but participation is key! Students may enjoy full meals every school day or supplement lunches from home with vitamin-rich foods such as fruit, vegetables, and milk.
Wed Jul 26 02:49 PM