Colbert County Schools Curriculum and Assessment Department plays a pivotal role in shaping the educational experience for students. The curriculum serves as a structured framework outlining the subjects, topics, and skills that students are expected to learn at each grade level. It aims to provide a well-rounded education, covering core subjects such as mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies, while also incorporating subjects like physical education and the arts.

    Our curriculum development often involves collaboration between educators and administrators to ensure alignment with educational standards and the evolving needs of our community.

    Assessments are tools employed to gauge students' understanding and mastery of the curriculum. They come in various forms, including standardized tests, quizzes, projects, and presentations. Assessments not only measure academic progress but also help identify areas where additional support may be required. Striking a balance between formative assessments, which occur throughout the learning process, and summative assessments, which evaluate overall comprehension at the end of a unit or school year, is crucial for providing meaningful feedback to students and informing instructional decisions.

    Colbert County Schools continually refines both curriculum and assessments to enhance the quality of education and prepare students for future challenges.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to:

Phone: 256 386 8565 Ext 1241


Degrees and Certifications:

Dr. Katie Dalrymple