Partners in Education

Baldwin Partners

Building Bright Futures

The South Baldwin Chamber Foundation and Baldwin County Education Coalition have joined forces to bring Partners in Education to the South Baldwin community. Members of the Chamber have long been contributors of time, talent and treasure; the struggle is communication! What do schools need and businesses have to offer?

As a 21st century organization and an advocate of the Foley High School feeder pattern, a platform for communication has been developed to allow members to view school needs and choose how to contribute. Information is compiled and forwarded to each school and a representative will contact you.

1.      Choose a school
2.      View needs
3.      Enter contact information
4.      Choose volunteer opportunities, in-kind contributions, or information regarding          fundraising or donations.
5.      Repeat

Members can choose one school or all eleven!

Elberta Elementary School

Principal: Laura Moorer
Email: lmoorer@bcbe.org

Elberta Elementary School is a Title I Pre K-3 school in the Baldwin County Public Schools District. Presently, there are 440 students enrolled at Elberta Elementary School. There is one Pre-K class of 18 students and six units each of kindergarten through third grade. The average class size for kindergarten is approximately 15-16 students per class, first grade approximately 18 students per class, second grade approximately 20-21 students per class and third grade approximately 23 students per class. Art and Music is offered every other week for students. A science and math lab is available once a week for all classes to support the College and Career Ready Standards for each. The school staff consists of 36 certificated and 15 classified employees. A majority of the school's employees live in the communities the school serves. The school serves the communities of Elberta, Miflin, Josephine and Lillian.

The purpose of Elberta Elementary School is:  To implement a comprehensive, coherent, coordinated, and continuous program to help all students meet challenging common core standards.
The vision of Elberta Elementary School is: To provide a foundation for students to acquire a quality education and develop effective leadership skills to become productive members of the community.
School Motto:  Mustangs will be: respectful to ourselves, others and our school, truthful at all times, and responsible for our own actions.

School Mission Statement:  In this building we Lead, Learn, Laugh and Love.
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Volunteer

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Fundraising/Donations

Big Brothers Big Sister
Meet and eat breakfast/lunch with select students
1 hour/Weekly/Bi-monthly
Campus Beautification
Share cost of pine straw
Fall and Spring
Request for more information on funding needs at this school
Campus Beautification
Laying Pinestraw
4 hours in the Fall and Spring
The Leader in Me
Club Day - Sponsor clubs and share expertise with club activities
Monthly
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Elberta Middle School

Principal:  Dr. C.L. Eilert
Email: cleilert@bcbe.org
Assistant Principal:  Katy Padgett

Mission:  At Elberta Middle School, we grow a mindset of kindness, learning, and achieving.

Motto:  “Own It!”
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Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Career Exploration
Provide Speakers to give classroom presentations to teach students about their field of work
Monthly
Partnership in Ornament Rotation Family Event December 6, 2016
This is a family event in which parents bring their children to decorate ornaments.
Annually
Leader in Me Training Sessions
Share cost of training and travel expenses by partnering with the school and attending the training/symposiums. Share cost and encourage employees to attend a family training of the 7-Habits Leadership model.
Annually
Career Exploration
Mentors from the business world meet in small group setting with a group of students on a monthly basis to share with students different facets of their career, interview skills, dress etiquette, collaborating skills, problem solving, etc.
Ongoing
Campus Beautification
Painting, Flowers/Planters, Decoration for corridor (entrance of school), Volunteer to support students in flower garden
Ongoing
Community Mentoring for at-risk  
Provide assistance through mentoring to help students make decisions that will positively impact their lives, i.e. problem solving, coping skills, and emotional support.
Bi-Weekly or Monthly for 20-30 min
Community Mentoring for at-risk  
Meet with group of students to work on communication skills and socialization, etc.
Bi-Weekly or Monthly for 20-30 min
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Foley Elementary School

Dr. William Lawrence, Principal
Torrey Berry, Assistant Principal, tberry@bcbe.org
Charlotte Odom, Assistant Principal, codom@bcbe.org

Mission Statement: In partnership with the community, the Baldwin County Public Schools' mission is to provide a quality education that fosters learning.

Vision Statement: Our vision is to create a world class learning environment.
  
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Volunteer


Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Reading/Mathematics Remediation
Work with children in the lower elementary K-4 to assist in basic reading / math/skills. Volunteers would be assigned to specific teachers. The teacher will identify the children needing help in word recognition, phonemic awareness and basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Materials and directions would be provided by the teacher.
30 minutes-1 hour daily as capable
Painters
Paint hallways, restrooms
           Summertime
Supplies
Student uniforms for clothes closet:  
  • Underwear: size 4, 5, and 6 for boys and girls.
  • Socks: Pre-K through 1st.
  • Khaki shorts and pants.
  • Navy blue polo shirts.
Student school supplies:
  • Book bags
  • Pencil box
  • Pencils
  • Lined paper
  • Crayons
  • Colored pencils
  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Erasers
Furniture Movers
Return furniture to classrooms after floors have been waxed
           Summertime
Duplication
Assist teachers in duplication needs. Volunteers will be assigned to specific grade levels. Materials to be duplicated will be organized and ready when the volunteer arrives. 
30 minutes-3 hours depending on the amount of duplication needed. A minimum of once a week. 
Donations
  • Funds needed to purchase ink cartridges for each classroom regularly. 
  • Funds needed for wax and paint.
Library
Assist the library in resolving books.
One volunteer needed for each day
Chaperones
From time to time chaperones are needed because classroom teachers are unable to find help to go on field trips.
All day, last minute availability is a must. (day before a field trip.)
Office Assistance
Volunteers are needed to assist in the office to pick up and distribute daily materials.
Daily
Cafeteria Duty Free Lunch
Watch classes every Wednesday to provide teachers a 30 minute Duty Free Lunch in order for them to meet and plan. Volunteers will be able to sign up for specific days and times. Times can be as little as 30 minutes.
11:00-1:30 weekly
Secret Meals/Back Pack
Distribute bag meals to identified students in need of food each weekend. Bags will be given to the teachers who will place the foods in the backpack. 
           Thursday mornings
Mentors
Work with the counselor to mentor an individual student. May be as simple as having lunch once a week with a student. Especially in need of male role models. 
           Weekly
Kindergarten/Pre-School
Lunchroom. Helping children go through the lunch line and get their trays to the table.  Help with opening milks. Helping students back to class. 2. 
           12:45-1:30 1st week                of school
Bus Dismissal
Helping children get to buses and to car lines.  Minimum of one per class. (13)
           2:30-3:45 1st week of           school
Homecoming Tailgate Event
Each year our school has a family event at Homecoming. "Under The Oaks". Over 300 people participate in our Tailgate. Volunteers needed to set up tables and chairs, cook hot dogs/ hamburgers and distribute food.  
           Annually 
Turkey Takeout/Christmas Takeout
Gather canned goods, raise funds for the purchase of turkeys, vegetables, carry bag; cook; bag groceries distribute meals.
           Annually
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Foley Intermediate School

Foley Intermediate School
Serving Grades 5 and 6
Branton Bailey, Principal
Shannon McCurdy, Assistant Principal


Mission Statement:
The mission of Foley Intermediate School is to prepare students with the intellectual, social, physical, and emotional skills necessary for future success.  
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Volunteer


Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Community Mentoring for At-Risk
Provide mentoring to a small group of identified at-risk girls to help with their social skills and academic development. 
Bi-Weekly/Monthly
Awards/Recognition
Provide prizes and gift certificates to be used as rewards for good behavior
2 times per year
Group Sponsorship
Groups/Clubs for at-risk students receiving mentoring are in need of funding to pay for snacks for meetings, t-shirts, incentives, and field trips
School Uniforms
Provide school uniforms for the school’s clothes closet. Various sizes needed for children ages 9-12.
Items needed:
      • Khaki or navy shorts or         pants
      • Navy or white polo                 shirts
     • Tennis shoes
     • Sweaters, sweatshirts,          and jackets-must be              solid colors

Community Mentoring for At-Risk
Provide mentoring to a small group of identified at-risk girls to help with their social skills and academic development. 
Bi-Weekly/Monthly
Community Mentoring for At-Risk
Work to mentor an individual at-risk student. This may be as simple as having lunch with a student.           Weekly
Boys’ Clothing
Button-down shirts and ties-various sizes need for boys ages 9-12.
Community Mentoring for At-Risk
Speak to a group of boys who are learning the etiquette of being a gentleman-shaking hands, holding doors, tying a necktie, speaking to elders, and other life essentials                Once
Child-friendly Food
Individually wrapped nonperishable snack and meal items to be sent home with students in need
Examples include: crackers, cookies, granola bars, applesauce, pop tarts, ravioli, spaghettios, soup, juice boxes
Academic Assistance
Work with a classroom teacher to provide academic assistance to children identified as needing intervention.                     Weekly
Reading Buddy
Work individually with a student to assist in reading comprehension and fluency 
          Weekly
Read Across America
Read to a classroom on Read Across America Day
          Early March - 30 min.
Field Day Volunteers
Assist with Field Day Activities
          Sometime in late April           or early May
Career/Trade/Talent Share
Share your aspects of your career/trade/talent to one or more classes
          Whenever available
Office/Canteen Help
Assist in the office by running off papers, working in the canteen, greeting visitors
          Canteen-10:00-10:40            1:30-2:10
         Office-whenever                      available
Teacher Assistant
Run off papers, laminate and cut out materials
          Weekly
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Foley Middle School

Danny McDuffie, Principal
PJ Sute, Assistant Principal

"Community Matters"

The mission of Foley Middle School is to foster relationships that prepare all students for high school by providing curriculum that has rigor and relevance.



  
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Volunteer

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Fundraising/Donations

Community Mentoring for At-Risk:
  
  • Provide community-based mentoring to identified at-risk students to help with their social and academic development.
  • Provide assistance through mentoring to help students make decisions that will positively impact their lives and prepare them for high school.
  • Provide support and encouragement for at-risk young men in the middle schools.
           Weekly/Monthly
Request for more information on needs at this school.
Request for more information on funding needs at this school
Career Coaches
  • One on One Mentoring in career exploration, secondary and post-secondary preparedness strategies and career networking insight. Business etiquette, Professional wardrobing, interview skills and portfolio development. Ex: Career day with rotational schedule for students.
  • Provide classroom support on projects, team building lessons and collaboration training in school and careers areas. Ex: Class presentations on social norms to improve high school, college and career opportunities. Assigned through specific classes so students build professional relationships
           Weekly/Monthly/                    Quarterly
Classroom Support
Work directly with teachers to plan and develop student site visits and course alignment with career choice
          Ongoing
Job Shadowing
One day job shadowing at your establishment
Annually
Community Presentations
  • Veteran’s Day Program
  • Black History Program
  • STEM Career Expo
  • STEM Camp
           Annually
Competitions
Local culinary competitions, robotics comopetitions, etc.
           Annually
Civic Mindedness
FCCLA civic engagement
           Ongoing
Health and Safety
Classroom presentations about:
  • First aid
  • Nutrition
  • Fire safety
           Ongoing
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Foley High School

Principal, Russ Moore
Assistant Principal, James Akins
Assistant Principal, Lynn Harrison
Assistant Principal, Shane Tucker
Assistant Principal, Mark Wilson

Foley High School is dedicated to empowering students, staff, and the community to be skilled, knowledgeable, independent, ethical, productive, and life-long learners in an ever-changing society.  We are committed to the use of all available resources to provide quality instructional programs through which all students will develop their greatest potential, demonstrate mutual respect, work cooperatively to achieve clearly stated goals, value the learning process, and prepare in a safe and orderly environment for a productive role as responsible citizens and consumers in a democratic society.  We are determined to empower teachers to create a dramatically improved learning environment that integrates appropriate computer-related instructional and communication technologies so effectively that these technologies become transparent tools used in the educational process.  We will provide instruction that offers a variety of teaching methods to meet the numerous differences among our student population.  We are committed to providing equitable access to information and communication technologies for all members of our community through various school-sponsored and system-wide programs.  In order to accomplish this mission, we are dedicated to providing the technology infrastructure necessary to meet the needs of varied learners.
  
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Volunteer

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Fundraising/Donations

Business Etiquette and Dress
Teach students how to dress and act in a professional environment
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Attendance Award Recognition
Prizes and gift cards
2x a semester
Request for more information on funding needs at this school.
Business Tours
Take a tour of the Career Academies at Foley High School and see hands on how students are engaged.
2 hours in the morning on October 20 and April 5
Application and Interview Process, Resumes, Mock & Panel Interviews
Teach students how to complete an application, write a resume and interview
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Finances/Credit/Investing 
Teach students basic finances including credit and investing
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Business Plan
Give students an overview of how to write a business plan.
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Taxes
Teach students how to file their taxes.
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Insurance
Teach students about insurance needs/differences.
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Guest Speakers - Assist Instructor with Classroom Support
  • Certification College ( Ex. ITT)
  • Goalsetting
  • Nutrition
  • Relationships
  • Safety Issues
  • Healthcare Providers/Occupations
  • Checking/Savings Accounts
  • Financial Aid/College Admissions
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Attendance Award Recognition
Presenters needed.
30-60 minutes 1x a semester
Career Fair, October 5, 2016
Employers/Industry who want to participate in career fair in Oct for all students but specifically students immediately entering workforce for future career
11am – 2pm 
Job Fair, February 20, 2017
Employers looking to hire for summer will be able to set up booths and take applications and interview on spot for open positions.
11am – 2pm 
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Magnolia School

Debra Phillips, Principal

The mission of the School Counseling Program at Magnolia School is to support the school community by developing and integrating a comprehensive guidance program that will assist students in academic, career and personal/social programs. This will allow children to develop a positive sense of self and become effective students, responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

We Believe:
  • All children are valuable and deserve respect.
  • All children can be taught appropriate behaviors and can learn and grow to reach their full potential, if given the right environment.
  • All children learn best when they feel good about themselves and their relationships with others.
  • All students should have equal access to counseling & guidance services.
  • The School Counselor is a resource and an advocate for all students, staff, parents and the community.
  • A School Guidance program should be comprehensive in scope, developmental in nature and preventative in design.
  • A School Guidance program should be intentional and include academic, career and personal/social components.
  • Positive relationships between students and adults are the key to student success.
  
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Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Big Brothers Big Sister
One-on-One mentoring
Weekly/Monthly
School Projects
•Side Walk Cafe Construction
•Painting
•Leader in Me Support:     Community Presentations
Students volunteer at your business as greeters for meetings/events
Classroom Support
Classroom Support, Reading Buddies, Math Tutoring
Work directly with teachers and students
Ongoing
Leader in Me Training Sessions
Share cost of speakers and travel expeses by partnering with the school in attending training sessions
Leader in Me Community Engagement
Club support, community service projects
Ongoing
Read Across America Day in March
Read and share your career with a class
Annually
Field Day Volunteers
Assist with Field Day activities
Annually
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Summerdale School

Inspired to Lead! Taught to Succeed!  

Mark Pumphrey, Principal
Will Duncan, Assistant Principal

The vision of Summerdale School is to provide students with a quality education and to inspire them to become LEADERS!

 The faculty and staff of Summerdale School believe:
• Every child is unique and can be successful.
• Every child deserves and will be treated fairly in a safe school environment.
• Every child is responsible for his or her actions.
• Every child’s education is the responsibility of the student, parents, teachers, and the community.
• High expectations motivate students.
• Learning is a life-long process.
  
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Volunteer


Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Big Brothers Big Sister
One-on-One mentoring
Weekly/Monthly
Learder in Me Training Sessions
Share cost of speakers and travel expenses by partnering with the school in attending training sessions.   
Request for more information on funding needs at this school. 
Classroom Support, Reading Buddies
Work directly with teachers and students to read to students
Ongoing
Leader in Me Community Engagement
Clubs participate in Community Service projects; school projects: playground construction and athletic field maintenance; receptions and parties for local police department and fire department.
           Ongoing
Job Shadowing
One day job shadowing at your establishment. Give students an opportunity to see leadership first hand and spark an interest in possible career tracks.
Annually
Leader In Me Support: Community Presentations
Students volunteer at your business as greeters for meetings/events.
           Annually
Career Day
Come to the school and talk about careers to the students.
           Annually
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Swift School

Sandra Thorpe, Principal

Mission Statement 
The mission statement of Swift School is to ensure a quality education that will enable students to be successful, confident, and motivated learners who are accountable for their personal behavior as well as their scholastic achievement.

Belief Statement 
The faculty, staff and community stakeholders of Swift School believe in the following:

  • We are a community of learners.
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, emotional, and social needs.
  • We are here to learn, grow, and become good citizens.
  • As a community, we will be fair, patient, cooperative, and respectful of other people.
  
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Volunteer


Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Classroom Support
Organize math sheets by page and unit.
Annually​​
Leader in Me Training Sessions
Share cost of speakers and travel expenses by partnering with the school in attending training sessions.   
Annual Auction
Need items for auction. Need paper towels, Kleenex, Expo markers, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, clorox wipes and #2 pencils as well. 
December 8th
Classroom Support
Read to class during afternoon dismissal.​
Daily
Campus Beautification
Laying mulch, sprucing up flowerbeds, power-washing the buildings and small painting jobs
Ongoing
Classroom Support
Reading and Math Tutor
2x weekly 2-3 hours
Classroom Support
Duplication and Laminating Materials
2x weekly 2-3 hours
Painting
Painting stencils on the basketball court and sidewalks.
Ongoing
Office Support
Duplication for homework packets and Friday test Packets
10am-noon daily
Test Support
AR Testing
Ongoing
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Library Support
Shelving Books
Ongoing
Big Brothers Big Sister
One-on-One mentoring
Weekly/Monthly
Career Day
Come to the school and talk about careers to the students.
           Annually
Classroom Support, Reading Buddies
Work directly with teachers and students to read to students
Ongoing
Cafeteria Duty Free Lunch
Watch classes every Wednesday to provide teachers a 30 minute Duty Free Lunch in order for them to meet and plan. Volunteers will be able to sign up for specific days and times. Times can be as little as 30 minutes.
11:00-1:30 weekly
Read Across America Day in March
Read and share your career with a class
Annually
Field Day Volunteers
Assist with Field Day activities
Annually

Snook Christian Academy

Thad Butts, Principal

Alabama Gulf Coast Christian Academy began as a dream. Billy Lambert and Marjorie Snook had a dream of opening a Christian school in Baldwin County for many years. The dream was inspired by Allison Lambert Coxwell; she was an elementary teacher at Mobile Christian School. She wanted to ensure children in the central Baldwin County area were provided a quality Christian education. She passed away in April 2000, but her dream lived on and became a reality in 2006.

In August of 2004, Mrs. Snook donated five acres at the corner of CR 71 and CR 28 to start Alabama Gulf Coast Christian Academy. AGCCA opened its doors to students on August 10, 2006. Classes were held in the Summerdale Church of Christ classrooms until the completion of a 10,400 sq ft facility with 6 classrooms, a chapel area, and a lunchroom. The school building was completed in the beginning of 2008, and students were able to begin the spring semester of 2008 in a brand new building. Since then, AGCCA has added Smart Boards in every classroom, a portable computer station with twenty laptops, a playground, a growing library, portables, and covered walkways.

When AGCCA opened its doors in 2006, twenty-one students enrolled. The number increased each year, and by the 2014-2015 school year AGCCA enrolled one hundred and thirty students.

In the summer of 2016, Alabama Gulf Coast Christian Academy legally changed its name to Snook Christian Academy to honor Marjorie Snook. Ms. Snook has been ardent supporter of our school since its inception. Thank you Ms. Snook for helping to make the dream a reality.
  
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Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

Kickball Tournament
​          Annually
Campus Beautification
•Mulch/pinestraw
•Flowerbeds
•Power Washing
•Painting​
 
Golf Tournament
​          Annually
Awards Presentations
Gifts for AR, perfect attendance, etc. (gift cards, bowling, laser tag, zoo admission, etc.)
 
Dinner Theatre
​          Annually
Career Coaches
          Volunteers needed for the               following?
  • Personal Decision Making (financial planner, financial advisor, guidance counselor)   
  • Workforce Behaviors (human resource officer, lawyer, paralegal, judge, counselor)
  • Academic Planning and Career Development (accountant, business consultant, administrative assistant, bookkeeper)
  • Academic Planning and Career Development - Postsecondary Admissions Process (college registrar, admissions, counselor, school counselor)
  • Academic Planning and Career Development - Employment Process (personnel manager, business manager)
  • Academic Plannin and Career Development - Electronic Portfolio (web designer, business marketing teacher, human resource manager)
  • Technology Skill Application - Diagnosing Technical Problems (computer support specialist, customer service rep, network technician     
  • Technology Skills Application - Advanced Technology Skills (computer operator, help desk specialist, technical writer)
  • Technology Skills Application -Comparing Functions of Various Operating Systems (computer technician)
  • Technology Skills Application - Digital Citizenship (website designer, IT personnel, teacher)​
  • Managing Finances and Budgeting - Developing a Plan (financial planner, sales person, loan officer, invesment broker)
  • Managing Finances and Budgeting - Consumer Choices and Decisions in the Marketplace (credit analyst, meeting planner, entrepreneur, marketing manager)
  • Saving and Investing (stockbroker, bank teller, financial advisor, insurance agent)
  • Banking and Financial Institutions - Types of Financial Institutions (personal banker, bank teller)
  • Banking and Financial Institutions - How to Manage Checking and Savings Accounts (bank president, personal banking associate, branch manager)
  • Credit and Debit - Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Credit (credit manager, loan officer, credit dept. supervisor)
  • Credit and Debit - Credit Ratings and Reports (collection manager, credit collector, loan officer)
  • Risk Management and Insurance - Types of Insurance (insurance agent, claims adjuser, underwriter, appraiser)
  • Risk Management and Insurance - Developing a Plan for Financial Security (insurance agent, emergency response personnel, claims manager)
 
        
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Saint Benedict's Catholic School

Leslie Mapp, Principal

Saint Benedict Catholic School is a fully accredited, parochial Catholic elementary school, is comprised of students in Pre-Kindergarten through grade 8. It is at the heart of Baldwin County in Elberta, Alabama serving the six parish communities of Our Lady of the Gulf in Gulf Shores, Saint Bartholomew in Elberta, Saint John in Magnolia Springs, Saint Joseph in Lillian, Saint Margaret of Scotland in Foley, and Saint Thomas by the Sea in Orange Beach.

Our faculty consists of certified teachers, including a special education certified resource teacher and a licensed counselor. Para-professionals, music, art and Spanish teachers complete the highly qualified, caring, professional staff of Saint Benedict School.

Saint Benedict School offers a challenging curriculum which emphasizes formation of mind, body and spirit through the teaching of Christian, Catholic values. Various intramural and interscholastic sports and extra curricular activities are offered. Two Extended Day Care programs are available either through the school or the YMCA in Foley. Special summer offerings, such as Reading Camp, round out the year. Saint Benedict School has a family like atmosphere where parental involvement is required and vital.

Families work together to serve through various projects throughout the year. Peer Helpers, SGA, and NJHS clubs along with class/school-wide stewardship efforts support various causes. St Jude Penny War, Veteran Recognition Day, Catholic Social Services Food Pantry collection, and many more, keep us working as disciples.
  
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Fundraising/Donations

In-Kind Donations/
Services

On Campus Presentations
  • Art
  • Science
  • History
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Dental Health
  • Healthy Living
  • Spanish translation for meeting and paperwork
  • Career Day professionals
Ongoing
Awards Presentations
            Award Gifts for student                   earning the most points in               the Accelerated Reader                   Program, Perfect                               Attendance and Tardy Free             (ex. gift cards, bowling,                     laser tag, zoo admissions,               museum admissions, etc.)
  

Financial Support
For families seeking tuition, lunches, uniforms and Extended Day Assistance
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