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Central Office Organizational Chart

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MCS Demographics

Morgan County School System's student population flutates yearly between 7,800 to 8,000 students. 

 The Morgan County School system is proud to have 100% of its certified staff highly qualified.

 Total certified staff: 656   

 Bachelors degree: 232           Masters degree: 387        Specialists: 34       Doctorate: 3

 Support staff

Instructional Aides: 99      School Nurses: 16     Office Personnel: 36     Child Nutrition Workers: 101

Bus Drivers: 100               Bus Maintenance: 8     Custodians: 54         Maintenance: 17

 

 


Morgan County School System

The Morgan County School System consists of 17 schools and an alternative school, The Morgan County Learning Center.  Five high schools, five junior high schools (K-8), three middle schools, and four elementary schools are located at a variety of communities throughout Morgan County. 

Morgan County's Central Office Campus is located at 1325 Point Mallard Parkway, Decatur, Alabama 35601.

 

The phone number is 256-353-6442.


Morgan County Schools Vision & Mission

VISION

Every Child a Graduate. Every Graduate Prepared to Lead.

 

MISSION 

The Morgan County School System educates all students in a safe, supportive, challenging environment where everyone is trained to lead.

 

MOTTO

Tomorrow's Leaders Lead Today

 

WE BELIEVE...

  • Highly effective schools produce leaders prepared to be productive citizens.
  • An intentional focus on building strong student and teacher relationships will lead to student success.
  • All students can learn.
  • A safe and supportive learning environment promotes student achievement.
  • A collaborative partnership between home, school, and community creates a culture that is essential for a healthy learning environment and the achievement of school goals.
  • Diversity enriches our school system with a variety of ideas, values, and cultures.
  • Educational programs and services must prepare our graduates to be college and career ready.
  • Data drives high quality instruction.
  • Standards-based instruction provides deeper learning and understanding.
  • Effective schools result from strong leadership.
  • Technology enhances learning.
  • Effective teachers pursue high quality professional development.
  • With high expectations for students, Morgan COunty Schools prides itself on providing the best learning opportunities where everyone believes that "Tomorrow's leaders lead today."

 


Driving Directions

From Huntsville take Hwy 565 West to I65.  Take I65 South to the Priceville/Decatur Exit (#334).  Exit west toward Priceville on Hwy 67.  Hwy 67 turns into Point Mallard Parkway.  Morgan County Board of Education is on the left across from the firestation. Look for a two story house.

 From Cullman take I65 North to the Priceville/Decatur Exit (#334)  Exit west toward Priceville on Hwy 67.  Hwy 67 turns into Point Mallard Parkway.  Morgan County Board of Education is on the left across from the firestation.  Look for a two story house.

From Lawrence County take Hwy 24 East to Hwy 67/Beltline Road.  Continue East through the intersection of Beltline and Hwy 31.  The Morgan County Board of Education will be 1/2 mile on the right across from the firestation.  Look for a two story house.