About Us

Mission Statement

The mission of Dale County Schools is to develop life-long learners who have personal, economic, technological and social skills needed to be member of a global society.




1.   We will provide a safe and supportive environment for learning opportunities.

2.   We will develop college and career ready students through multiple approaches.

3.   We will demonstrate and promote being responsible, respectful and resourceful citizens.


1.  Every person on each campus is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs worthy of respect.

2.  Every teacher and student has the right to a safe and enjoyable learning environment that promotes student learning, fosters self-worth and enhances his or her potential.

3.  All students have the ability to learn; therefore, they should be provided with a a variety of instructional approaches to support different learning styles.

4.  Students have a greater opportunity for success when they are actively engaged in the learning process in a well-disciplined environment. 

5.  Students develop to their full potential when there is a harmonious relationship among the school, the home and the community.

6.  Students need to demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills and need to be actively involved in higher order thinking, problem solving and quality work production in order for them to become life-long learners.

7.  Students are provided opportunities for students to practice principles and qualities of self-discipline needed for democratic citizenship and responsible participation in a multicultural, multi-ethnic society.

8.  Schools need to function as a learning organization in which teachers, administrators, students, parents, and the communities share the responsibility for advancing the system's mission while demonstrating dedication, a positive attitude, and a willingness to change. 
Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Dale County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy
Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person(s) has been designated to
handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Beverly Lampkin, 504 Coordinator,
202 S. Hwy 123, Suite E, Ozark, AL 36360, 334-774-2355, blampkin@dalecountyboe.org;
Chuck Walker, Title IX Coordinator, 202 S. Hwy 123, Suite E, Ozark, AL 36360, 334-774-2355,