Community Education and Textbook Department
The goals of the Russell County School System Community Education Department are to
(1) determine community needs and offer broad-based, diverse programs to meet them,
(2) strengthen and give support to the mastery of the basic skills as outlined in the Pre-K-12 curriculum through supplementary programs and activities utilizing community resources,
(3) develop interagency cooperation and collaboration through formal and informal channels with agencies and organizations to address community needs, and
(4) promote greater awareness of the adult and community education concept and increase involvement in the community school programs.
Below is a list of programs associated with the community education program:
- After School Programs at Dixie Elementary, Ladonia Elementary, and Oliver Elementary
- Career Technical and Community Education Classes
- Superior Educational Achievement is Russell County’s Hope (SEARCH) Foundation – Russell County School System’s Education Foundation
- Program Recognizing Individuals Dedicated to Education (PRIDE) Program
- Pre-Kindergarten Programs at Ladonia Elementary, Mt. Olive Elementary, and Oliver Elementary
- Public Relations and Special Events
- PTA Council Liaison
The goal of the Russell County School System Textbook Department is to ensure all teachers and students have the needed materials and textbooks to meet state standards as described in the Alabama Course of Study.