Vision & Mission

  • The vision of McCalla Elementary School is to build a diverse and inclusive school community committed to guiding students towards academic, social and emotional, and personal success.

      The mission of McCalla Elementary School is to be recognized for rigorous learning for all through engaging, innovative, and meaningful instruction through the contributions of faculty, students, and parents for the academic, social, and emotional success of all students. 

School News

SWARM Behavior Goals

SWARM Behavior Goals

Announcements

  • Rising 6th Grader Parent Q&A

    5th grade parents have the opportunity to attend a Q&A session with the McCalla Administrators, McAdory Middle Administrators, and the counselors of both schools.

    Please complete the Google survey below to add your questions.

    This session will NOT be an open floor session, so please add your questions to this document to allow the teams to form detailed responses to all questions presented.

    The parent session will be Thursday, May 19 at 4:30 via Webex.

    The 5th grade students will take a tour of McAdory Middle School on May 24th after the awards program.

    https://forms.gle/fh3kzJN3ALReVit68

     

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  • PTA Looking for New Board Members

    If you are interested in serving on our PTA Board, please fill out the Google Form.

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  • Alabama Literacy Act Information for Parents

    Please read about the new Alabama Literacy Act and how it affects your student. Learn what JEFCOED is doing and how parents can help. Below are some helpful resources that you can use to find out more and learn what you can do to help at home.

    Family Success Guide

    Guide to Family Involvement in Foundational Reading Skills

    Supporting Reading at Home

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  • SWARM Teachers & Students of the Month

    Each month we recognize teachers, faculty, and students who are examples of our SWARM behavior goals:

    Show Kindness, Work Cooperatively, Accept Diversity, Respect Time, Make a Difference

    Janaury

    September 

    August 

     

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District News

  • Notice of JEFCOED Special Called and Committee Board Meetings

    Notice of JEFCOED Special Called and Committee Board Meetings

    The Jefferson County Board of Education will have a Special Called Board meeting on May 10, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at the board’s office 2100 18th Street South, Birmingham, Alabama. The purpose of the meeting shall be to consider and vote on certain bid documents and other board business in open session and to enter into executive session in accordance with Alabama law, to discuss with the Board’s attorney pending legal issues. The Jefferson County Board of Education will meet for our regular Committee Meeting immediately following the Executive Session.

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  • Date and venue set for JEFCOED’s Exceptional Prom

    Date and venue set for JEFCOED’s Exceptional Prom

    The Jefferson County School District is proud to announce that its annual Exceptional Prom will be held on Thursday, May 19th at the Finley Center in Hoover. It will be from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

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  • JEFCOED Increases Pay for Subs

    JEFCOED Increases Pay for Subs

    The Jefferson County Board of Education has approved new pay rates for several categories of substitutes.  The changes were voted on during Thursday’s meeting and will take effect immediately.

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  • Jefferson County Schools Announces District’s Teachers of the Year

    Jefferson County Schools Announces District’s Teachers of the Year

    JEFCOED and the Jefferson County Schools Education Foundation announced Tuesday night that Grantswood Community School’s Andrea Riley (elementary division) and Gardendale High School’s Alex Lewis (secondary division) are the 2022-2023 Teachers of the Year.

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