Leeds City Schools
PO Box 1083 | Leeds, AL | PH 205.699.5437 | FAX 205.699.6629
Promoting Achievement, Respect, and Success
The Mission of Leeds City Schools is to develop confident, productive young people and enable them to become independent and successful learners in a global society. We will accomplish this through a dedicated professional staff committed to continued learning. A relevant curriculum will be taught based on thinking and reasoning skills. This will take place in a positive environment recognizing the individual differences in children.
Leeds City Schools
Special Education Services
Leeds City Schools will destroy selected records pertaining to special education and related services which were provided at Leeds Elementary School, Leeds Middle School, and Leeds High School for students who exited the Special Education or Gifted Program in 2012.
These records are no longer needed to provide educational services and have been retained for a period of five years after the termination of the special education program for which they were used. These records will be properly disposed in a manner which ensures personally identifiable information is kept confidential in accordance with the Leeds City Schools Special Education Plan.
The parent(s) or student(s) of age may choose to collect the information or have it destroyed by Leeds City schools. These records are available to parents or students of age with proper identification.
If parent(s) or student(s) do not respond by contacting Amy Terry, Director of Student Services at (205) 699-5437 within ten (10) days of this advertisement, the aforementioned records will be destroyed without further notice.
- Educating students in a safe and secure learning environment is our highest priority.
- High standards and expectations shall be maintained through a system of accountability for all students, staff, and schools.
- All students should be given the opportunity to learn in different ways, at different rates, and with preferential learning styles.
- Education and learning are shared responsibilities and should take place in the home, at school, and in the community.
- Learning is a lifelong process that is for a productive and enriched life.
- All students shall have the opportunity to participate in courses and activities which enrich and enhance the whole child.
- Quality education requires quality staff, programs, facilities, equipment, and technology.