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Superintendent's Corner
Committed.  Honest.  Courageous.  Imaginative.  Enthusiastic. Positive.  These are all words used to describe the character of a leader.  As Morgan County Schools continues to work with our parent and community partners to cultivate student leaders, we strive not only to impart the importance of these character traits to our students with our language, but also with our actions.  Two others words used to describe a leader are trustworthy and confident.  The entire Morgan County Schools team understands that trust and confidence are both essential for positive, effective leadership.  I am proud to say that our entire staff places high value on the trust and confidence our partners give to our team.  Our entire transportation department worked tirelessly during this year's winter weather events to make sure the safety of no child was ever in question...our partners can trust their dedication to the safety of our students.  Our child nutrition staff works each day to provide our students with healthy meals...our partners can trust their dedication to the health of our students.  Our construction team is committed to designing facilities that are safe and efficient....our partners can trust that they are committed to building facilities that will foster a comfortable atmosphere for learning to take place.  Our maintenance department works each day to keep operations at our existing facilities running smoothly...our partners can trust that they are committed to making sure our buildings are safe and secure.  Our administrators and teachers attend professional development activities in an effort to learn about the latest, most effective forms of delivering instruction....our partners can trust that our teachers are committed to providing our students with challenging academic opportunities.  Our entire staff, bus drivers, aides, CNP workers, clerical workers, teachers and administrators, all take an active role in our student advisory time, listening to our students tell us what they need to be successful...our partners can trust that we are listening to our students and putting what they tell us into action.  On behalf of Morgan County Schools, I want to thank each of you for the trust and confidence you place in our team.  It is my desire to see the trust and confidence you have placed in our team continue to grow based on the commitment of our entire staff to the success of our students.  I am thankful to you for the opportunity to serve the students of Morgan County Schools. 
Bill W. Hopkins, Jr., Superintendent