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Our mission is to empower all students for the choices and challenges of the twenty-first century.  We believe that we should teach students to respect themselves, others, and the environment, that we should teach students to participate productively and responsibly in a rapidly changing society, that we should teach them to communicate effectively, that we should teach them to use cooperative and independent learning strategies, that we should teach them to apply problem solving processes, and that we should teach them to set and meet high standards.

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All Dothan City Schools and Central Offices will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014 for Labor Day Holiday


 Mrs. Allyson Morgan, Director of Secondary Curriculum Services

Dothan City Schools offers its warmest congratulations and best wishes to Allyson Morgan (Director of Secondary Curriculum Services, Federal Programs and second to the Superintendent) on her retirement after 25 years of service to our school system!  Mrs. Morgan will retire on September 30, 2014.

During her 25 year career, Mrs. Morgan has served as a First and Fourth grade teacher and a Program Specialist/Assistant Principal in the schools. After moving to the Central Office in August 2007, she became the District Literacy Specialist for our system and in July 2008 became the Director of Secondary Curriculum Services, System Test Coordinator, Safety Coordinator and Title III Coordinator prior to her moving to her current position in July 2011.

Over her 7 year career at the Central Office, Mrs. Morgan has accomplished many goals. Listed below are just a few of her many accomplishments.


  • Designed, presented to board, implemented, and served as Administrator to a non-traditional high school (ARC-Accelerated Recovery Center) that serves overage, under-credited students; graduating over 150 students in four years
  • Supervised the district’s graduation rate improvement from 64% to 88% and dropout rate from 13% to less than 1%
  • Supervised four middle schools that significantly increased test scores from 2008 to 2014
  • Lead the revitalization of Dothan Technology Center from 5 programs serving 600 students to 14 programs serving 1300 students
  • Provided curriculum and leadership accountability that is leading to lowering remediation rates for College English and Math by 10% from 2011 to 2013
  • Directly guided support and provided leadership for two high schools and two middle schools to move from In School Improvement status to Meets AYP status under the NCLB law
  • Provided leadership and guidance to middle schools to achieve:
  • Beverlye Magnet School’s MMGW Silver Award for Algebra Completion Award
  • Beverlye and Carver Magnet Schools MMGW Depth of Implementation Award
  • ALSDE Title I School of the Year

As one can see, we are not only losing an exceptional educational leader; but, most of all we are losing a dear friend who truly loves Dothan City Schools and its’ students and employees. Allyson…you will be truly missed!! Here’s to your retirement!!

Future of Public Education Tour

The Alabama State Department of Education will host a 12-stop ”The Future of Public Education” tour. The tour will highlight important topics for students and families in Alabama, including PLAN 2020, the Alabama College and Career-Ready Standards, student testing, accountability, and the importance of parental and community involvement. State Superintendent Tommy Bice will host each event. The tour will stop in Dothan at Dothan High School on Thursday, September 18. Superintendent Bice will give a presentation from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and a question and answer session will follow from 7:00p.m. – 7:30 p.m  Visit this link for more information:  Future of Public Education


Dothan City Schools 2014-15 Student Code of Conduct 




  iPad Roll-Out Schedule


 Alternate Alabama Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mr. Chris Payne, Art Teacher at Dothan High School, Dothan City Schools Secondary Teacher of the Year and District II Secondary Teacher of the Year. 

At a ceremony in Montgomery, Alabama on May 14, 2014, Mr. Payne was selected as the 2014-15 Alternate Alabama Teacher of the Year. 

Mr. Payne is a dedicated and committed educator who is an asset to his profession, his students and Dothan City Schools. For more info on Mr. Payne, visit his webpage.

Mr. Payne is also the SADD Sponsor at Dothan High School and was the 2012-13 Advisor of the Year - Check out what SADD is doing here...


On Monday, May 12, 2014, the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama presented the 2013 PARCA Report for Dothan City Schools.  To view a copy of this report, please visit 2013 PARCA Report.


2014 Alabama History Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Ms. Dieatra Davis, Northview High School, the 2014 Alabama History Teacher of the Year.  The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, HISTORY®, and Preserve America are celebrating the outstanding work that Ms. Davis does within her classroom.  A panel of teachers, administrators, and academics from Alabama chose Ms. Davis for her use of primary documents in the classroom, the level of inspiration provided to students and career achievements in education. 

As the 2014 Alabama History Teacher of the Year, Ms. Davis will receive a $1,000 award, a certificate of recognition, an archive of books and historical resources presented in her name to the Northview Media Center and an invitation to attend a 2015 Gilder Lehrman Teacher Seminar.  She will be recognized at a ceremony within the State of Alabama.  Ms. Davis is also a finalist for the $10,000 National History Teacher of the Year Award.  The winner of the national competition will be announced in the early fall.    

In addition, Northview High school will be named a Gilder Lehrman Affiliate School. 

Anonymous Alerts

Students or parents in the school community can anonymously submit any suspicious activity, bullying or other student related issues to a school administrator(s). We encourage you to report important issues. Once you complete the contact form below, you will receive a confirmation that your information has been submitted to the school district. False reporting will be taken seriously to the full extent of the law.   Click ANONYMOUS ALERTS to make a report.
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