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Elmore County Schools: Academic Guide

Elmore County Public Schools | Academic Guide
2020-2021
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WETUMPKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
510 Micanopy Street | Wetumpka, AL 36092
WETUMPKA MIDDLE SCHOOL
1251 Coosa River Parkway | Wetumpka, AL 36092
WETUMPKA HIGH SCHOOL
1251 Coosa River Parkway | Wetumpka, AL 36092
REDLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
495 Scholars Drive | Wetumpka, Alabama 36093
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COOSADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
5260 Airport Road | Millbrook, AL 36054
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AIRPORT ROAD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
384 Blackmon Farm Lane | Coosada, AL. 36020
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MILLBROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL
4228 Chapman Road #2517 | Millbrook, AL 36054
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STANHOPE ELMORE HIGH SCHOOL
4300 Main Street | Millbrook, AL 36054
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ECLECTIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
35 Harden Street | Eclectic, Alabama 36024
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ECLECTIC MIDDLE SCHOOL
170 South Ann Street | Eclectic, Alabama 36024
ELMORE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
155 N College Avenue | Eclectic, AL 36024
HOLTVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
287 Whatley Road | Deatsville, AL 36022
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HOLTVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
655 Bulldog Lane | Deatsville, AL 36022
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HOLTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
10425 Holtville Road | Deatsville, AL 36022
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ELMORE COUNTY TECHNICAL CENTER
800 Kelly Fitzpatrick Drive | Wetumpka, AL 36092
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ELMORE COUNTY CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM
100 HH Robison Drive | Wetumpka, Alabama 36092
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ELMORE COUNTY ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMS
124 Chapel Road | Wetumpka, AL 36092
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The EDGE - Elmore County Virtual School
517 Micanopy Street | Wetumpka, Alabama 36093
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Thank you for your interest in Elmore County Public Schools! We believe that our role is to
empower students for success by providing a variety of high-quality programs and services
which is reected in our belief statement: Every Student Empowered ~ Every Student Succeeds.
The Elmore County Public School System currently has fteen schools and continues to expand
programs to challenge and engage students to prepare them for their future endeavors. The system
strives to provide a safe environment to support students’ mental and physical well-being, and we
continually strive to grow and develop academic programs in all areas. The expansion of co-curricular
and extracurricular programs and facilities is a priority to meet the needs of the local schools and the
passions of the students participating.
School culture begins with the mental and physical wellbeing of students and the way each school
provides a safe and supportive environment. All traditional schools provide breakfast, lunch, and
supper to all students that choose to participate, and virtual students also can receive meal services
at assigned distribution sites. A system mental health coordinator works with each school to address
concerns and provide additional support as needed. Each Elmore County school actively builds its own
culture to provide a positive foundation for every student.
Elmore County students’ academic development is a continuous focus and this process has continued
to result in system gains each year. The school system oers all traditional curriculums to include
Advanced Placement (AP), dual enrollment, advanced curriculum, career-technical education programs,
and numerous ne art and athletic courses. Students can pursue these programs at their local base
school, The EDGE – Elmore County’s virtual school, and the Elmore County Technical Center. Each
student receives a Chromebook to use for the school year in class and at home. This allows each school
to use a blended virtual/face-to-face curriculum to better engage students whether they are at school,
at home, or traveling.
Extracurricular activities are the true passion of many students, and Elmore County continues to expand
and develop these opportunities. Athletics and ne arts are vital components of school life, and we
enjoy strong community support for these activities. Coordinated eorts with municipalities, the Elmore
County Commission, and other Elmore County organizations have allowed schools to plan and use new
facilities in all communities. Students’ passions are most evident in the extracurricular activities they
choose, and we are committed to fostering opportunities for students to explore their interests and
potentially discover their life-long passions.
Elmore County Schools strives to provide a high-quality academic program accompanied by a wide
variety of co-curricular and extracurricular activities and supported by resources and services to meet
the physical and emotional needs of each student. We hope you will visit our school system or our
district and school websites to learn more about our programs and services.
In Elmore County, our belief is Every Student Empowered, Every Student Succeeds.
Richard E. Dennis
Superintendent
Elmore County Public Schools
Welcome to
Elmore County!
The Elmore County Public School System is the 11th largest school system in the state
with a student enrollment of approximately 11,180 students. The demographics of our
school system include 69.11% White, 26.69% Black or African American, 2.67% Two or
More Races, .86% Asian, .56% American Indian/Alaska Native, .11% Native Hawaiian/
Pacic Islander, and 2.02% Hispanic/Latino. Male students comprise 53.36% of our
enrollment, and females comprise 46.64%. Our 2019 overall graduation rate is 90.3%
and 82.2% of graduates achieved a College & Career Readiness Indicator.
Elmore County is in the east central portion of Alabama and borders Montgomery County,
Autauga County, Chilton County, Tallapoosa County, Macon County, and Coosa County. The
current population is approximately 81,887: 74.9% White, 21.43% Black or African American,
1.98% Two or More Races, .95% Some Other Race, .48% Asian, and .26% American Indian and
Alaskan Native. The overall poverty rate is 12.34%. The median income per household is $59,347.
EVERY STUDENT EMPOWERED. EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS.
Elmore County is ranked 9th of 67 counties in Alabama in Alabama
Kids Count Data Book, a research project by VOICES for Alabama’s
Children. This ranking is based on the following indicators:
Low birth weight
Births to teens aged 15-17
Children participating in First Class Pre-K
Fourth grade reading prociency
Teens not in school and not working
Children in poverty
Medicaid paid births
Child food insecurity
Unemployment rate
We employ approximately 1,200 certied and support sta located
on 14 school campuses, the Elmore County Technical Center, the
Elmore County Alternative Program, and the EDGE (Elmore Countys
Diverse Gateway to Education) Virtual School, as well as eleven
departments within the Central Oce:
Human Resources Susanne Goodin, Director
Finance Jason Mann, Chief School Financial Ocer
Administrative Services Andre’ Jackson, Director
Federal Programs Celeste Tilley, Director
Elementary Education Steve McKenzie, Director
Middle School Education Ayena Jackson, Director
Secondary Education Jamey McGowin, Director
Special Education/Compliance Temeyra McElrath, Director
Transportation Ray Mullino, Director
Information Technology Services Barbara Burchard, Director
Professional Learning and Assessment Amy Harrison, Director
Child Nutrition Cacyce Davis, Director
Of our certified
staff, 44% hold
a masters
degree, and
8% hold a six-
year degree
or higher.
Principal | Georgette Hankins | georgette.hankins@elmoreco.com
Wetumpka Elementary School
A Cognia accredited school, Wetumpka
Elementary School is proud to foster the
foundational skills needed during the rst six years
of public school education for students in the
Wetumpka community. Through a diverse, inclusive
learning community, we oer students in Pre-K
through fourth grade a rst-rate, student-focused
learning experience. We believe that creating lasting
relationships among students and sta allows
students to excel in a wide variety of domains and
develop students’ strengths. The facility itself is listed
on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage
and that proud legacy of excellence continues today.
With the goal of empowering every student to explore
and reach their greatest potential, they are equipped
to face the challenges of an ever-changing world. Our
doors are always open to parents and our community
to visit our school, have lunch with us, or participate
with us in school events. We would love to show you
what we are learning!
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Four 1st Class Funded Pre-K (4yr old) Classrooms
 Elmore County Young Engineers STEM Club
 Clown Troupe Performing Arts Group
 PrimeTime Family Reading Program
 Outdoor Classroom with Environmental Activity Centers
 School-wide Free Breakfast in the Classroom Program
 Play-Based Kindergarten Program
 Art Under the Stars
 First Fridays – Cultural Enrichment
 School-wide Music Program
 1:1 Student Technology Ratio
510 Micanopy Street
Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-4323
wetumpkaelemelmoreal.schoolinsites.com

Wetumpka Middle School
Wetumpka Middle School is an academically sound institution that progressively meets and/
or exceeds state standards. The academic program is organized on a pod system for grades
5-6 and on a six-period day for grades 7-8. All students take four core classes (Mathematics, Science,
History, and English Language Arts) and a Physical Education class. Fifth and sixth grades are oered
enrichment classes including music, library, and visual arts. Seventh and eighth grade students get
to choose from additional electives including, but not limited to, band, broadcast, art, drama, creative
writing, marketing, computer science and robotics.
Wetumpka Middle School is the second largest middle school in the Elmore County Public Schools.
Our faculty and sta are a group of caring, compassionate, and dedicated individuals that work
towards maximizing students’ potential. Not only do we oer several academic, service-based, and
competitive extracurricular opportunities, but we also strive to provide the best possible learning
environment for the best possible outcome.
1000 Micanopy Street
Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-1413
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 1:1 Technology
 21st Century After School Enrichment
 Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics (STEAM) Initiatives
 Award-winning Band and Beta Club programs   


Wetumpka High School
Wetumpka High School is a 6A school with approximately 1,195 students in grades 9-12. Our school
oers a great faculty and sta, talented students, and a supportive community. We strive to educate
children and prepare them for a competitive future. Our vision is Every Student Empowered, Every 
Student Succeeds.
Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement (AP) classes are available that prepare students for further
education. We currently oer ten AP courses, and twenty-ve advanced courses, not including the
oerings provided through ACCESS Distance Learning. Students also have the opportunity to choose
from thirteen dierent career pathways at The Elmore County Technical Center.
Wetumpka High School oers a wide variety of programs. Courses available to students include STEM
Engineering, Agriscience, Business Management and Administration, Food and Wellness, Marketing,
Management, Television Production, Health Science, JROTC, Visual and Performing Arts, and Foreign
Language. These courses provide valuable opportunities for students to explore their interests, gain
exposure, and strengthen their education. Other programs oered include a variety of Sports, Robotics,
Yearbook, Cooperative Education, Journalism, CyberPatriot, Rocketry, and Green Power Electric Car.
1251 Coosa River Parkway
Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-5158
gowhs.com
Principal | Dr. Robbie Slater | robbie.slater@elmoreco.com

Redland Elementary School
Redland Elementary School embraces the ECBOE mission statement, “Every Student Empowered,
Every Student Succeeds.” Academic lessons are presented daily by highly qualied teachers
who present research based instructional programs that infuse rigor across the curriculum. Teachers
use technology to assist them in presenting meaningful engaging lessons that help students stretch
intellectually. Some of the primary programs used by faculty and sta to support student learning
include Reading Horizons, Accelerated Reader, IXL and Go Math. Students are also given opportunities
to develop socially and emotionally by caring teachers in an environment that is conducive to
strengthening the whole child.
RES oers many unique and engaging opportunities for students to learn not only on our campus, but
also beyond the classroom. This is possible due, in part, to the strong partnership that exists between
the school and community. Families, local businesses, and other area entities oer assistance with
a variety of events and experiences made available to our students. Engaging and rigorous lessons
delivered by caring teachers, strong community partnerships, and a heightened degree of parent
involvement are all an important part of our plan to ensure that our students are prepared for success.
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 RES Nature Trail—over half a mile long and 
includes two outdoor classrooms; maintained
and improved by local volunteers, including
Eagle Scouts.
 RES STEAM Family Fun Night—an evening 
of hands-on activities for students and parents
to do together; made possible by community
partners such as ADEM, Civil Air Patrol, ECTC,
and Goodwyn, Mills, and Cawood.
 RES Track—recently installed thanks to a grant 
from ADEM and funds raised by local families
and businesses.
 Enrichment Classes—art, music, and 
Spanish taught to all students.
495  Scholars  Drive      
Wetumpka, Alabama 36093
(334) 567-1248
redlandelemelmoreal.schoolinsites.com
Principal | Chad Walls | chad.walls@elmoreco.com
 Eagle Camp—fall “retreat” fostering leadership 
skills and community involvement in 6th graders.
 RES Choir—available to every student K through 6th. 
 WRES News—Student produced and directed 
weekly news show.
 Jr. BETA Club—overnight trips to the Sea Lab at 
Dauphin Island (5th) and Space Camp in Huntsville
(6th).
 Book Buddies—program allowing community 
mentors to help struggling readers.

Principal | Janice Darty | janice.darty@elmoreco.com
Coosada Elementary School
The purpose of Coosada Elementary School is Every
Student Empowered, Every Student Succeeds. Our
students live in Millbrook, Deatsville, Coosada, Prattville and
Elmore. We develop a foundation for learning by providing a
safe environment where students are guided and challenged
to reach their greatest potential. Education is a team eort
among sta, students, parents, and community to provide
appropriate opportunities for learning. All students are
treated with dignity, respect, and are nurtured so that they
feel a sense of belonging.
Our teachers use a variety of performance assessments and
strategies to maximize opportunities for successful learning.
Numerous programs and services support and enable
students to achieve high student performance. Students
have access to daily reading intervention services, English
Language Learners (ELL) services, STAR EL/Reading/
Math monitoring, special education services, and Positive
Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to promote
positive behavior. We encourage community involvement
through our Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO). Math and
Reading Family Nights are held annually to encourage family
involvement. Annually, CES hosts Winterfest which builds
relationships between faculty and families.
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Daily reading intervention services 
 English Language Learners (ELL) services 
 STAR EL/Reading/Math monitoring
 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) 
 Math and Reading Family Nights 
 Prime Time Reading grant (through Alabama Humanities Foundation)
 Mustang Chat & Chew Student Advocacy Program
 Winterfest
5260 Airport Road
Millbrook, AL 36054
(334) 285-0273
mycoosada.com

Airport Road Intermediate School
Airport Road Intermediate School has a reputation of excellence with a dedicated team
of educational professionals who focus on student learning and are committed to high
expectations. Airport Road Intermediate has always been a champion when it comes to improving
student achievement. Our story is purpose driven, utilizing our needs as a basis for making
intentional choices which provide high quality educational experiences that stimulate a student’s
social, physical, and intellectual abilities through participation in activities with their peers. We
provide a “World Class” educational experience. Our school is representative of a combination of
excellent teachers and sta working together to do what’s best for all students.
384 Blackmon Farm Lane
Coosada, AL 36020
(334) -285-2115
airportroadinterelmoreal.schoolinsites.com
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Dierentiated instruction to support each student’s learning style
 Expeditionary Learning Experiences 
 Award-winning extracurricular activities 
   
Principal | Marcia Stephens | marcia.stephens@elmoreco.com

Principal | Sean Kreauter | sean.kreauter@elmoreco.com
Millbrook Middle School
4228 Chapman Road #2517
Millbrook, AL 36054
(334) 285-2100
millbrookmiddleelmoreal.schoolinsites.com
Millbrook Middle School embodies the Elmore County Schools mission of Every Student Empowered,
Every Student Succeeds. “The family-like atmosphere contributes to the school’s main priority,
educating the whole child.” Whether it is through our second to none honors programs or through
our plethora of STEM oerings, the students at Millbrook Middle School are challenged with real-life
connections that are sure to prepare them to be college- and/ or career -ready.
Over the past few years, Millbrook Middle School has emerged to become one of the highest performing
schools in the county. Our ve-period day, increase in technology, and complete stakeholder buy-in has
made it easy to rise to the top. The Mustang Nation has embraced the chance to explore their passions
through the student-centered, project-based opportunities they are granted in their classrooms.
The Mustangs of Millbrook Middle School are always striving for the top and are proud of all the pride and
honor that goes along with being a part of the Mustang Nation!
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Lead the county in growth over the past 3 years.
 Flexible 5 period day. 
 Project Lead the Way gateway courses.
 1:1 Technology. 
 Spanish I course oered for High School credit. 

Stanhope Elmore High School
4300 Main Street
Millbrook, AL 36054
(334) 285-4263
mysehs.com
Principal | Ewell Fuller | ewell.fuller@elmoreco.com
Stanhope Elmore High School is a 6A public high school located in Millbrook with over 1,100 students
and 90+ faculty, sta and administrators. Our campus, which has recently undergone and continues to
undergo many campus improvements, is situated in an established neighborhood providing a safe and quiet
location.
At SEHS, we consider ourselves a family rather than a campus of students and teachers. We oer an array of
opportunities, overseen by our talented and devoted sta to meet the academic, athletic and extracurricular
needs of the entire student body. Among the groups available to our students to make meaningful
connections and develop skills and interests that will carry them into adulthood are listed below:
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Academics: a variety of preAP, AP, and dual enrollment courses, academic FLEX tutoring, an array of career tech courses, 
class oerings through ECTC, ACT/WorkKeys preparation and remediation
 Fine Arts: chorus, band, Mustang Players Theatre, award winning Trumbauer performances
 Sports: football, cheerleading, volleyball, bowling, wrestling, basketball, swimming, soccer, softball, baseball, golf, tennis, 
and track- Many of our teams and individual athletes represent SE well into post season play earning recognition on the
regional, state and national levels
 Extracurriculars: numerous nationally and internationally recognized social, academic, and community service clubs 
such as BETA Club, NHS, Future Farmers of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Family and Consumer
Sciences, DECA, Junior Civitan, Future Teachers of Alabama many of which are actively involved on campus and
throughout the community
Recent Recognition:
 Career Tech (FBLA, FACS, & DECA) sponsored Reach and Teach ConcertçVelcro Pygmies
 Coach Bradford – 2019 Elmore County Coach of the Year
 Junior Civitan Club – 2019 International Honor Club
 Basketball – 2019 Montgomery Academy Tournament Winner
 Wrestling – 2020 Hornet Slam6 Tournament Winner
 Bowling – 2020 Regional Champs & Girls’ 3rd Place State

Eclectic Elementary School
Eclectic Elementary School is a Kindergarten through fourth grade school that currently serves
over 500 students. We foster an environment where students feel safe and supported, and we
believe all students can excel academically and in life skills. Our curriculum is designed to challenge
students with the use of technology, peer collaboration, and hands-on learning opportunities.
Teachers engage in best practice strategies to accommodate various learning styles as well as
students’ needs and interests in compliance with the Alabama College and Career Ready Standards.
We encourage parental and community engagement which includes an active Parent Teacher
Organization and volunteer program. EES is a great little place to learn!
35 Harden Street
Eclectic,  Alabama  36024
(334) 541-2291
eclecticelemelmoreal.schoolinsites.com
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Earned an “A” on the 2018-2019 Alabama State Department of Education Report Card
 Eclectic Child Development Program and First Class Pre-K Program based on our campus
 Outdoor classroom
 Student advocacy program

Principal | Timothy C. Turley | timothy.turley@elmoreco.com

Eclectic Middle School
Eclectic Middle School (EMS) is located in Eclectic, Alabama, in the east central part of Elmore
County. EMS is home to approximately 500 students and 50 faculty and sta members. Built in
2001, EMS is the newest of the school facilities in the Eclectic community. Eclectic Middle is one of
the four middle schools in the Elmore County Public School System. The school colors are maroon and
white. The school mascot is the Panther.

Our school operates with one purpose – Every Student Empowered, Every Student Succeeds. We
empower students though several facets, none more important than academics. In the classroom, our
faculty employs innovative strategies, technological resources, and engaging methods to empower our
students to succeed by preparing them for a life of rigorous learning. Our faculty members are highly
qualied in their content area and continually pursue professional development opportunities to better
their craft.

The facility includes a full-size competition gymnasium, two science labs, a cafeteria, oce complex,
and library media center. Outdoor facilities include a softball eld, recreation eld, and an outdoor
classroom. Eclectic Middle School oers extracurricular
activities for its students. These activities include band,
cheerleading, football, volleyball, softball, baseball, soccer,
wrestling, track and eld, golf, and basketball. Students may
also participate in Jr. Beta Club and Student Council.

Currently, the school boasts the DREAM program, which is an
extended day enrichment program for our students. Students
are provided a nutritious meal, have physical activities, get
assistance with homework assignments, and are engaged in
academic and enrichment activities.
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 1:1 Chromebooks
 Students read approximately 20,000 books annually
 7th grade content area teachers are certied eMints instructors
 Free breakfast in the classroom for all students
 Evolving robotics program
170 South Ann Street
Eclectic, Alabama 36024
(334) 541-2131

Elmore County High School
Located in Eclectic, Alabama, Elmore County High School (ECHS) serves students in central eastern Elmore
County. ECHS strongly believes in its purpose statement: Every Student Empowered ~ Every Student
Succeeds. To facilitate and encourage student success, the caring and committed faculty and sta provide a
variety of educational and extra-curricular activities. Although ECHS is the smallest high school in the county, we
are still able to oer many rigorous educational opportunities found at larger institutions. Advanced and standard
level classes are instructed by our highly qualied faculty in all content areas. Advanced Placement (AP) courses
are oered on campus and delivered digitally through our successful ACCESS program. The ACCESS program
also allows us to expand our elective oerings with classes such as Forensic Science, Latin, and Marine Science.
Furthermore, our students may choose to enroll in courses at the Elmore County Technical Center to pursue
certications in a wide-variety of technical areas or to take dual enrollment college-level courses. We believe
a student-centered approach is the key to increasing motivation and achievement; therefore, teachers utilize
technology, collaborative assignments, hands-on experiences, gamication, and other engaging strategies to
meet the needs of our students and propel them to success.

While academic growth is of utmost importance, we also recognize that emotional, physical, and social
development is essential to shaping students into well-rounded, productive members of society. Our Panther
Advisory program fosters a personalized and supportive school culture; essentially, the advisory structure is
student empowerment at its best. In addition to advisory, our athletic program allows our sta to mentor and
develop students through our many sports. ECHS athletic programs are about more than competition; in addition
to building muscle, honing athletic skills, and increasing knowledge of the “game,” we aspire to develop work
ethic, character, and collegiality. Moreover, our students nd a sense of belonging and shared interests through
our many clubs and organizations.

Our ultimate goal at ECHS is to empower students to graduate college and/or career ready. After graduation, we
shift from our purpose statement to this revered saying: Once a Panther, Always a Panther! We enjoy hearing from
past students and celebrating the successes of our graduates. Quite often, alumni return to ECHS to speak to
students, intern, teach, or coach because they want to give back to a community
that gives so much. In other words, there’s no place like home! #panthernation

Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Located in a close-knit community anchored by its schools with a family-like atmosphere
 Panther Advisory program connects each student with a faculty mentor
 Active sports and extra-curricular organizations encourage student participation and growth 
beyond the classroom walls
 Rigorous curriculum includes AP classes, online learning and opportunities to earn college credit
 Committed faculty dedicated to nurturing the emotional, academic, social and physical needs of 
each student
155 N College Avenue
Eclectic, AL 36024
(334) 541-3662

Holtville Elementary School
Built in 1980, Holtville Elementary has transitioned from teaching students from Kindergarten
through 6th grade to currently Pre-K through 4th Grade. The teachers of Holtville Elementary are
dedicated to providing students with rich opportunities for intellectual, emotional, and social growth.
HES provides a fun, stimulating environment that is both challenging and supportive. Holtville Elementary
is very community oriented with activities and fundraising eorts throughout the school year. The HES
Student Council raises money to help support the local Holtville/Slapout Volunteer Fire Department
and Elmore County Humane Shelter. Holtville Elementary hosts annual events such as the Harvest
Festival and STEM night that welcomes the entire community to attend. HES has also seen a sharp rise
in enrollment with an increase in Kindergarten through 4th Grade by nearly twenty percent over the past
eight years. The faculty and administration of Holtville Elementary strive to provide the best education
possible by following the Elmore County Purpose Statement of “Every Student Empowered, Every Student
Succeeds”.
287 Whatley Road
Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 569-2925
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 Setting the bar with academics by scoring the highest in Elmore County on the Alabama 
State Report Card for the 2017-2018 school year with a score of 89/B and tying with a
score of 92/A for the 2018-2019 school year
 82% of students scored procient in Math for the 2018-2019 school year
 1:1 student technology ratio
 Interactive projectors installed in every classroom
 Library Media Specialist provides weekly engaging lessons that include monthly STEM 
activities, Civil Air Patrol lessons, and Storytime/Studies Weekly

Holtville Middle School
In the Holtville School Community, Holtville
Middle School is an essential component in
the education of our students. We build upon the
foundation from the elementary school to prepare our
5th -8th grade students for the high school and beyond.
Middle school is a transformative time, and we strive
to foster an encouraging and academically challenging
environment that is student centered. We have caring
and experienced teachers who use student data to
craft engaging lessons. Teachers work with individual
students to create learning goals that are obtainable,
yet rigorous. Our goal is to educate students and
empower them to realize their full potential.
In addition to academics, we oer students a variety
of extracurricular activities, such as clubs and
athletics. Finding a place for students to feel a sense of
belonging is easy because of the options we provide.
Holtville Middle desires to provide the best educational
environment for all students. We desire for every
student to feel challenged, encouraged, and excited by
their time at Holtville Middle School.
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 According to state testing, the number one 
middle school in Elmore County
 1:1 learning environment with an emphasis on 
STEM-based projects
 Award-winning robotics program
 Highest number of students to win at regional 
Science Fair and place at state Science Fair
 Varied extracurricular activities, including 
Robotics, Scholars’ Bowl, Beta Club, band,
chorus, theater, yearbook, and athletics
655 Bulldog Lane
Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 569-1596

Holtville High School
Holtville High School exists to help students develop a love of learning that will lead to success now
and continue into a lifetime of learning. Holtville High School is in a small rural community located
in Deatsville, Alabama, about 10 miles from the Elmore County Board of Education. We have just over 500
students and enrollment is expected to steadily increase over the next 3 years with larger numbers coming
up from Holtville Middle School. HHS oers Advanced Placement courses in Math, Science, and English,
as well as opportunities for Dual Enrollment courses in History and English. Electives currently oered are
agriculture, marketing, athletic training, business technology, computer science, culinary, band/music theory,
art, physical education, health, Spanish, Yearbook, and driver’s education. Students can also take classes
via ACCESS in the Distance Learning Lab that include even more course options. Holtville High School
students can compete in 12 dierent AHSAA sanctioned sports programs in Class 5A, as well as participate
in cheerleading, marching band, and shing.
10425 Holtville Road
Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 569-3034
www.elmoreco.com/hhs
Distinguishing Characteristics:
 A unique schedule that consists of four 90-minute block classes with a 25-minute breakfast period and a 
50-minute ex period in the middle of the day called Bulldog Period during which students choose how to
spend their time. During this time, students can participate in a wide range of activities and clubs, have
access to tutoring, eat lunch, participate in standards and skills remediation, and/or rest, socialize, and
collect their thoughts. Students also meet with an academic advisor once per week during this time.
 Meaningful, weekly meetings with a faculty advisor as a means of developing interpersonal and 
relationship skills, as well as academic support and accountability.
 Named a National Blue-Ribbon School in September 2013.
 Featured in a lm documentary by Time magazine in 1940 known as “The Holtville Story.” 
Principal | Kyle Futral | kyle.futral@elmoreco.com

Elmore County Technical Center
The Elmore County Technical Center (ECTC) oers 12 Career and Technical Educational (CTE)
programs on the ECTC campus in Wetumpka. Students from all four Elmore County Public
Schools high schools attend ECTC including Elmore County High, Holtville High, Stanhope Elmore
High, and Wetumpka High. The Elmore County Technical Center’s mission is to prepare all students
with the skills and work experience necessary for successful employment and continuing education.
At ECTC, students may take high school CTE courses in the following programs: Automotive
Service Technology, Aviation Technology, Computer Technology (IT), Construction Technology,
Electrical Technology, Hospitality & Tourism, HVAC, Medical Sciences, Plumbing & Pipetting, Pre-
Engineering, Drafting, & Design, Public Safety & Law, and Welding Technology.

Through the courses oered, students not only receive instruction in their chosen eld of study, but
also are trained in interview skills, public speaking, and problem solving, as well as many other soft
skills that are needed to be successful in today’s economy. Students also gain nationally recognized
certications and industry credentials that oer them internships and employment opportunities
during and after high school. Each program oers a Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO)
such as Skills USA, FCCLA, and HOSA through which students participate in skills competitions,
community service, and leadership development.

In addition to the high school courses, ECTC oers a variety of technical and academic dual
enrollment courses through Central Alabama Community College (CACC) where students earn
college credits toward their career aspirations. Dual Enrollment Courses through CACC are
oered in Manufacturing Technology, Welding Technology, English, Math, US History, Government,
Economics, and Psychology.
800 Kelly Fitzpatrick Drive
Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-1218
elmorecountytechelmoreal.schoolinsites.com
Director | Emilie Johnson | emilie.johnson@elmoreco.com

Elmore County Virtual School – The EDGE
The EDGE is a FREE Cognia accredited, diverse school encompassing virtual, blended, dual-
enrollment, Advanced Placement, career tech, athletics, and a variety of elective course options
for 3rd–12th grade Alabama state residents who are willing to travel to Elmore County for required
exams and mandatory state testing.
Edgenuity Instructional Services, the online platform used for middle and high school students, oers
courses monitored and supervised by highly qualied, Alabama-certied onsite instructors. Edgenuity
provides exible online and blended learning solutions aligned to the Alabama College & Career
Ready Standards that promote student success and give educators the tools they need to deliver more
eective instruction. Odysseyware, our online platform for grades 3-5, oers courses in Mathematics,
English Language Arts, Science, and History/Social Sciences aligned to the Alabama Course of Study.
The exibility of EDGE allows students to do their daily work anywhere and anytime internet is available.
Students also get individual attention with certied Alabama teachers available for daily virtual and in-
person tutoring. Students who qualify can still participate in clubs, athletics, cheer, dance, band, etc. and
“on-campus” electives and Career Technical Education courses. We are a unique and growing school
of over 300 students with a dedicated sta and teachers with over 100 years of combined experience in
education. Education is changing, and Elmore County is on the cutting EDGE!
517 Micanopy Street
Wetumpka, Alabama 36093
(334) 514-3931
www.elmoreco.com/virtual
Principal | Cindy Hines | cindy.hines@elmoreco.com
Do you reside in
Elmore County?
Yes, we are zoned
for Elmore County
Public School
No, we are not zoned
for Elmore County
Public School, but
we live in Alabama
There are three options for Elmore County Virtual Students
*All students may participate in sports/band/all school
activities in their school zone.
There are two options for students who do NOT reside in
Elmore County. *All students may be eligible to participate 
in sports once eligibility is met. The Elmore County Public
School System will select school.
Math, english,
science, history
+ 2 electives
*all 6 classes online
Math, english,
science, history
+ 1 elective +
athletic/band
elective at school
*5 classes online + 
1 athletic/band class
at base school
Math, english, science, history + 1 career
tech class at Elmore County Technical
Center (ECTC)
*4 classes online + 1 career tech class-students
are responsible for transportation to/from ECTC.
1 career tech class = 2 credits
Math, english, science, history + 1 career
tech class at Elmore County Technical
Center (ECTC)
*4 classes online + 1 career tech class-students
are responsible for transportation to/from ECTC.
1 career tech class = 2 credits
Math, english, science, history +
2 electives
*all classes online

Elmore County Alternative Programs
ECPS is proud to be home to Elmore County Alternative Programs. Centrally located in
Wetumpka, our Alternative Programs serve all Elmore County schools. In addition to programs
dedicated to discipline, ECAP is the home of iCare and the Marshall Anderson Challenge Course.
iCare serves students in grades two through twelve with identied behavioral, emotional, or mental
health needs. Smaller classes, additional paraprofessionals, and targeted instruction work together
to meet students’ academic needs. iCare has a full-time mental health counselor who works with our
students, providing group and individual counseling on a regular basis. We also partner with outside
agencies committed to meeting the needs of our students.
The Marshall Anderson Challenge Course, named for a beloved, retired Elmore County educator, is
a ropes course with both high and low challenges. This course, created to build self-condence and
teamwork, serves every sixth grader in the district on an annual basis, and we also host a variety of
groups from throughout the River Region. Each group that visits MACC is conducted through the
challenges by knowledgeable sta who provide participants with a safe and rewarding experience.
124 Chapel Road
Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-1298

At Elmore County Public Schools, we believe  good nutrion is essenal for our students to achieve their full 
academic potenal. Properly nourished students are beer learners, and our Child Nutrion team is
dedicated to providing nutrious, well-balanced meals to support the academic achievement of our students
and to promote life-long, healthy eang habits. We know that good nutrion and learning go hand in hand
and take pride in fueling” the minds of the future. Our team strives to serve appealing and nutrious food
choices with excellent customer service. 
Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based
on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. Menus are provided monthly and can be found on the Elmore County Public 
Schools website under the Child Nutrion tab. Every school in Elmore County serves breakfast and lunch
each operang day. Students who qualify may receive free or reduced-price meals. Parents/Guardians may
complete the Free and Reduced Meal Benet Applicaon at any me during the school year. New 
applicaons must be submied each school year and are available in the school oce, Child Nutrion
Program Oce, or online at www.myschoolapps.com . 


Director: Cacyce Davis MPH, RD 
elmorecnp@elmoreco.com 

Elmore County Child Nutrion Program 
100 HH Robison Drive 
Wetumpka, Alabama 36092 
(334) 567-1222 
Elmore County Child Nutrition Program
“Feeding kids...fueling the future!” 
Each year, the Elmore County
Child Nutrion Program
serves more than: 
845,000 breakfast meals 
1.1 million lunch meals 
95,000 supper meals 
122,000 summer meals 
Child Nutrition Program
At Elmore County Public Schools, we believe good nutrition is essential for our students to achieve
their full academic potential. Properly nourished students are better learners, and our Child Nutrition
team is dedicated to providing nutritious, well-balanced meals to support the academic achievement of
our students and to promote life-long, healthy eating habits. We know that good nutrition and learning go
hand in hand and we take pride in “fueling” the minds of the future. Our team strives to serve appealing and
nutritious food choices with excellent customer service.
Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based
on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. Menus are provided monthly and can be found on the Elmore County Public
Schools website under the Child Nutrition tab. Every school in Elmore County serves breakfast and lunch
each operating day. Students who qualify may receive free or reduced-price meals. Parents/Guardians may
complete the Free and Reduced Meal Benefit Application at any time during the school year.
New applications must be submitted each school year and are available in the school oce,
Child Nutrition Program Oce, or online at www.myschoolapps.com. 
At Elmore County Public Schools, we believe  good nutrion is essenal for our students to achieve their full 
academic potenal. Properly nourished students are beer learners, and our Child Nutrion team is
dedicated to providing nutrious, well-balanced meals to support the academic achievement of our students
and to promote life-long, healthy eang habits. We know that good nutrion and learning go hand in hand
and take pride in fueling” the minds of the future. Our team strives to serve appealing and nutrious food
choices with excellent customer service. 
Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based
on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. Menus are provided monthly and can be found on the Elmore County Public 
Schools website under the Child Nutrion tab. Every school in Elmore County serves breakfast and lunch
each operang day. Students who qualify may receive free or reduced-price meals. Parents/Guardians may
complete the Free and Reduced Meal Benet Applicaon at any me during the school year. New 
applicaons must be submied each school year and are available in the school oce, Child Nutrion
Program Oce, or online at www.myschoolapps.com . 


Director: Cacyce Davis MPH, RD 
elmorecnp@elmoreco.com 

Elmore County Child Nutrion Program 
100 HH Robison Drive 
Wetumpka, Alabama 36092 
(334) 567-1222 
Elmore County Child Nutrition Program
“Feeding kids...fueling the future!” 
Each year, the Elmore County
Child Nutrion Program
serves more than: 
 845,000 breakfast meals 
 1.1 million lunch meals 
 95,000 supper meals 
 122,000 summer meals 
100 HH Robison Drive
Wetumpka, Alabama 36092
(334) 567-1222
Each year. the Elmore County Child Nutrition Program serves more than:
 845,000 breakfast meals
 1.1 million lunch meals
 95,000 supper meals
 122,000 summer meals
Director | Cacyce Davis MPH, RD | elmorecnp@elmoreco.com
“Feeding kids...fueling the future!”

Elmore County High School – Progress
100 H. H. Robison Dr. | Wetumpka, AL 36092
PH: 334.567.1200 | FAX: 334.567.1405