Teacher Resources

 Hover over the icons to learn more about the links.
 
Library Resources 
Click here to plan lesson collaboration with Mr. Adams.
Collaborate



Click here to access the HHS Library Online Catalog (OPAC).
 Library
Catalog



 
Professional Resources 
 The Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX) is an open educational resource created by the Alabama Department of Education. Its mission is to provide teachers, school leaders, students and parents with quality, content-rich curriculum resources aligned to Alabama College-and-Career-Ready Standards to improve instructional practices, as well as student academic achievement.
Alabama
Learning
Exchange









 The Alabama Department of Education provides support and information for school personnel.
Alabama
State 
Department 
of Education








 This website was created to help Alabama educators better understand the standards as well as provide high-quality resources and instructional materials to implement the CCRS.
College and
Career
Readiness
Standards








Performance Series®, Scantron’s computer-adaptive diagnostic testing solution, provides educators with instant test results, personalized to each student, that ensure correct overall student placement.  Administered over time, these tests provide a longitudinal view of student growth in reading and math.
Scantron








Icurio allows teachers to find, organize and share professionally-evaluated, standards-aligned online resources.
Icurio
  





             
 
Edgenuity provides academic support for students and is used by Hanceville High School to offer help to students in reading and math.   This also includes Compass Learning.
Edgenuity







 
 Click here for information concerning the purchase of technology.
Bid 
List
 



 Use Etrieve for detached duty forms and other documentation.
Detached 
Duty and
Other
Forms


 Use Frontline for creating an absence and finding a sub.
Schedule
Substitutes
(Aesop)



Digital Resources  
Click here for digital resources provided for educators by CCBOE.
CCBOE
Digital 
Resources



 AVL provides all students, teachers, and parents of Alabama with online access to essential library and information resources.
Alabama
Virtual 
Library
 

 The Library of Congress provides information for teachers on the use of primary sources in research.
Using 
Primary 
Sources


  Khan Academy provides free expert-created lessons and resources for every subject and level.
Khan 
Academy
 
 

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April Tucker (Title IX Coordinator)

PO Box 1590

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256-734-2933

atucker@ccboe.org
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256-739-0486

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