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  • Flu Season

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  • Substitute Teaching in Guntersville

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  • Flu Season

    Parents, We are in the middle of cold and flu season. Please be mindful of ways to reduce the spread of illnesses among students and staff. It is recommended that you keep your child home from school for any of the following symptoms: A Fever greater than 100 degrees (they should be fever free for 24 hours without any fever reducing medication), General feeling of fatigue/muscle aches/discomfort, Vomiting, or Coughing. Please notify your child's school nurse if your child stays home with these symptoms. Note things you can do to help prevent spreading illnesses: Frequent hand washing with soap/water; Cover your mouth/nose when coughing or sneezing; Do not share food/drinks. We are attaching an informational flyer from the CDC for your information. Thanks and have a great weekend. For additional information please click on the title of this article.

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  • The Flu: A Guide for Parents - CDC

    Please check out the Flu Guide for Parents from the Centers for Disease Control.

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  • Road Closure

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  • Frequent Student Check-outs

    Our school system takes pride in the value of providing safety, security, and a quality education to your child(ren). Therefore, I need to address the frequency of student check-outs within the last 30 minutes of the school day and request that you refrain except for emergency situations from checking out your child(ren) during this time frame of the school day for the following reasons: For additional information please click on the title of this article.

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  • Non-Resident Tuition Reminder

    Please click on the title for more information.

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  • Code of Student Conduct

    The Guntersville City Board of Education requires that all students enrolled in the city schools conduct themselves in a manner that facilitates the educational process. To insure that the educational process in the schools is not disrupted because of misbehavior on the part of enrolled students, the Board of Education has established specific classifications of misbehaviors and the appropriate disciplinary actions to deal with these violations of student conduct.

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  • Non-Resident Tuition Contract

    Please take the opportunity to view the Non-Resident Tuition Contract

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  • Non-Resident Q&A

    Please take the opportunity to view the Non-Resident Q&A form.

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