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  • Pre-K Registration

    Please visit https://prek.alaceed.alabama.gov to register

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  • Attention Parents:
    Registration for the Summer Enrichment Program is open please visit MySchoolBucks to register.

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  • Parents, 

     
    To access the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund Plan for Leeds City Schools, please go to https://egrant.alsde.edu/DistrictSearch/DistrictSearch.aspx and type Leeds in the search bar. Click on the $ sign to access the plan information page
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  • Leeds Parents

    This year all students will receive breakfast, lunch and supper at no charge.  Supper will be served starting Monday August 16.  Virtual students who wish to receive these meal programs please contact our Child Nutrition Director Anita Carlisle at acarlisle@leedsk12.org  or by phone 205-699-5437 extension 6.

     

    Este año todos los estudiantes recibirán desayuno, almuerzo y cena sin cargo alguno. La cena se servirá a partir del lunes 16 de agosto. Los estudiantes virtuales que deseen recibir estos programas de comidas, por favor, póngase en contacto con la directora de Nutrición Infantil Anita Carlisle via email acarlisle@leedsk12.org o por teléfono 205-699-5437 extensión 6.

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  • CDC Protocol Chart

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  • 2021-22 Back to School Guidance

    Leeds City Schools is providing the following guidance to all stakeholders of the school system:

     

    1. All students not enrolled in the Leeds Virtual Academy are expected to return to in­ person learning.
    2. Vaccinations are encouraged for all persons ages 5 and over. Symptomatic persons will be sent home.
    3. Masking Policy Effecitve September 29, 2021  
    4. A.When an individual school’s seven-day percentage of student positive cases reaches 1.00% or below OR when our overall level of community transmission is Moderate (Yellow) or Low (Blue), as determined by the Alabama Department of Public Health, then face coverings will become optional.

      B. We will use our weekly student positive case percentage that is released every Wednesday, and we will require a percentage below or above 1.00% for two consecutive weeks before we will change our requirements between face coverings mandated (over 1.00%) or face coverings optional (at or below 1.00%).  

      C. This plan is fluid and subject to change.
    5. Social distancing of a minimum of 3', where possible, will be beneficial in mitigating the spread of Covid. 
    6. Facial coverings will remain mandatory for passengers and drivers on school buses. The Alabama Department of Public Health has interpreted the federal order regarding facial covering requirements on all forms of public transportation to include public school buses. This requirement supersedes the facial covering policy of the schools.
    7. The school nurse will report all suspected or diagnosed cases of Covid to the local Health Department.
    8. Frequent handwashing and respiratory etiquette should be observed by all persons
    9. Anyone showing signs of Covid should remain home and see his/her healthcare provider as soon as possible for testing and care.
    10. There are no restrictions on attendance at extracurricular events presently.

     

    LCS will continuously monitor Jefferson County and school system Covid numbers on a daily basis. These guidelines are subject to change.

     

    Please recognize that Covid remains a threat outside of school hours; therefore vaccinations, face coverings, social distancing, and good hygiene are the best-known tools to defeat the virus.

     

    Revised January 6, 2022

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  • Superintendent's Message


    Dear Parents and Students:

    On behalf of the City of Leeds Board of Education, I would like to welcome you to the 2021-2022 school year. We are honored that you have elected to send your child to our school system, and we take our responsibility to you seriously. Our goal is to educate the whole child so that he/she is ready to meet the challenges of the ever-changing global society and economy in which we live.

    I believe that part of the success of the Leeds School System is based in our commitment to maintaining positive partnerships with all stakeholders: students, parents, teachers, community members, and businesses. We will continue to improve not only standardized scores but to also grow academic offerings in the area of career and technical education in the middle and high school grades. We are excited to provide more for our students than we ever have in the past.

    Our school district was awarded District Accreditation in June 2015 by Advanced Ed, and international accrediting agency of 31,000 schools. This is a designation we should all be proud to claim.

    Please know that we welcome your involvement in our schools, and we hope to make the 2021-2022 school year one of the best for your child. If I may ever be of service to you, please do not hesitate to contact my office.

    Roll Greenwave!

     

    John J. Moore

    Superintendent of Education

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