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1/21/2019
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Our Teachers Have Bright Ideas!
Teachers with Bright Ideas!

  
Covington County Schools Christmas & New Years Holidays begin at 12:00 noon on December 19, 2018. Students return to...
Merry Christmas from Straughn Elementary!

  
ShakeOut!
ShakeOut!

  
Show your Straughn Tiger spirit and pride by participating in Staughn Spirit Days for the School Year 2018-2019! August 24...
Straughn Spirit!

  
Constitution Day is September 17, 2018
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Robotics, Cameras, and Police Officers - Oh, My!
Student-made robots

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STEM at Straughn Elementary School

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Room on a Broom in Ms. Mack's Room? 

Students in Ms. Mack's 1st grade classroom are busy learning and collaborating about weight, balance and levers. 


Coach Phillips is a Winner!

Congrats to our Tech Savvy PE Coach!

Congratulations to Coach Phillips on receiving one of five Teacher Technology Packs from Covington County Schools. The pack includes a new laptop, an iPad with a compatible iPad pencil, a portable mini-projector, and an adapter (to be able to connect the mini-projector to your ipad or iphone). Coach applied for the grant and the selection committee chose her application!

Superintendent Driver awarded Coach with the technology backpack at PE.

Congrats, Coach!!


Straughn Elementary School Earns A on State Report Card

State Report Card

A Team!

Straughn Elementary School congratulates its students, faculty and staff, and parents on earning an A on the 2017-2018 State of Alabama report card. We are so proud of our students! 

For elementary schools the grades are based on data collected this school year in the areas of academic achievement, academic growth, and chronic absenteeism.


3rd Graders Learn to Code!

Future Programmers!

Ms. Kristin Rambo's 3rd grade science students are learning to code! Future computer programmers at work! 


STEMulate Your Mind After School!

STEMulate Your Mind After School: A 21st Century Community Learning Center at Straughn Elementary and Straughn Middle Schools has 8 goals, with the overall purpose being increased student academic achievement and enrichment. Open to students in grades K-8, the Extended Day Program is available immediately after school Monday through Friday and is open until 5:30 p.m. 

Extended Day Program Fees:

Full-time students pay $15 per week for 4-5 days per week, and part-time is $8 per week per child for 1, 2, or 3 days per week.