Crumly Chapel Elementary School

Crumly Chapel Elementary School We are an elementary school serving Pre-K through 5th grade in the Adamsville, Graysville area of Jefferson County, Alabama.

Operating as usual

We are excited to welcome all former Crumly Chapel Elementary and Hillview Elementary School students to U.W. Clemon Ele...
07/14/2021
Online Registration / Online Registration

We are excited to welcome all former Crumly Chapel Elementary and Hillview Elementary School students to U.W. Clemon Elementary School!

Registration for new students will be Tuesday, July 20-Thursday, July 22 from 8:00-11:00 and 1:00-3:00.
Registration for residency verification for returning students will be Tuesday, July 27-Thursday, July 29 from 8:00-11:00 and 1:00-3:00.
ALL students will complete online registration. Snap codes for returning students will be distributed once they are available.
Please call U.W. Clemon Elementary School at 379-3850 with any questions.
Please click the following link for information regarding the required documents for registration.
https://al50000183.schoolwires.net/Page/1246

03/16/2021

Due to the possibility of severe weather all Jefferson County schools will be on remote learning for Wednesday, March 17, 2021. Faculty and staff should not report to their campuses. There will be no live instruction for remote learning but students should login to Schoology to complete assignments. There will be no lunch service on Wednesday. All after school and extracurricular activities are canceled. Standardized tests scheduled for Wednesday will be rescheduled.

02/15/2021

As a reminder, Jefferson County Schools are already closed Monday for Presidents Day.

Due to the possibility of winter weather, we are canceling all extracurricular activities after 4:00 pm on Monday, February 15th.

Also due to the threat of winter weather, employees should not report to work on Monday. Please contact your immediate supervisor if you have any questions.

Governor Ivey has proclaimed November 16th - 22nd as "Thank Alabama Teachers Week."  This is to show extra appreciation ...
11/14/2020
We Teach Alabama

Governor Ivey has proclaimed November 16th - 22nd as "Thank Alabama Teachers Week."

This is to show extra appreciation to teachers for navigating through all the unique and challenging set of circumstances they have faced this year. This week is also different from Teacher Appreciation Week that happens in the spring.

You can learn more from the state department's official press release or at the We Teach Alabama website.

https://weteachalabama.com/

In one of the toughest years we can remember, our Alabama teachers became even tougher. Let’s show them how much they’re appreciated.

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10/26/2020

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THANK YOU Adamsville Public Works! They helped CCES by cutting our field and playground.  We appreciate our community pa...
09/11/2020

THANK YOU Adamsville Public Works! They helped CCES by cutting our field and playground. We appreciate our community partnership with @City of Adamsville

Jefferson County Schools
09/10/2020

Jefferson County Schools

Dear JEFCOED Family,

Students that want to attend traditional school will begin returning to their classroom in the near future. It was never our intention to stay parked in remote learning. As I said from the beginning, we would attempt to bring smaller groups of students back before the end of the first nine weeks.

We plan to bring students back in three groups. Each group will follow an A/B schedule for approximately two weeks. After that time, students will return to class five days a week.

Again, let me emphasize that this is only for students who want a traditional option. Remote Learning will continue for those students who choose that path.

A/B Schedule:
Monday/Tuesday: Students with last names beginning with A-L
Wednesday: All students remote, schools are cleaned
Thursday/Friday: Students with last names beginning with M-Z

Student Groups:
Pre-K & Exceptional Education (Self-Contained)
Week of September 21st - A/B Schedule
October 5th - Five Day Week

Elementary Schools: Grades K-2, 3-5, K-4, K-5, or K-6
September 28th - A/B Schedule
October 12th - Five Day Week

Secondary Schools: 6-12
October 5th - A/B Schedule
October 19th - Five Day Week

Transportation will be provided. Masks will be required for faculty, staff, and any student K-12. Masks are highly encouraged for Pre-K students.

We are going to do everything possible to keep students, teachers, and staff safe during our return. However, flexibility is going to be key. I appreciate your patience and understanding as we move forward. Look for more communications from the district and individual schools in the near future.

Sincerely,

Dr. Walter Gonsoulin
#JEFCOEDStrongerTogether

08/19/2020

Crumly Chapel Elementary Updates 8/19/2020

Parents, we are very excited for school to begin. If you have completed registration, your child’s teacher will be in touch with you soon. We encourage you to complete on-line registration if you haven't already done so. Your snapcodes have been mailed to you. If you have any questions, please reach out to the school at 205-379-3250. Registration is Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00. Please call the main office with any questions.

In the meantime, we have a sample schedule of what a remote school day may look like for your review.

Sample Schedule for September
Please note that this is just an example. Academic subject areas (math, reading, science, social studies) will be taught between the hours of 9:00-11:00 as well as 12:30-2:30 for all elementary grades. These lessons will be live and links to connect will be shared. Our Specials classes (art, music, technology, library) may be live or recorded sessions. At a minimum, students will be asked to participate in 2 hours of live instruction. Lessons will also be recorded so that you can watch them at your convenience if you cannot join the live sessions.

Sample Daily Schedule K-3
(This is a sample and small changes may be made if necessary)

Morning Classes

9:00-9:30 Whole Group Reading
9:30-11:00 Small Group Reading
Your child will participate in one 30 minute small group reading session.

Afternoon Classes

12:30-1:00 Whole Group Math
1:00-2:30
Small Group Math
Your child will participate in one 30 minute small group math session.

Science and Social Studies will be taught on Thursdays and Fridays.

4th grade's schedule will be Reading/Science-SS/Math. Their times will depend upon their homeroom assignments. The exact times will be communicated by the homeroom teachers.

9:00-9:30-whole group
9:30-10:10-small groups

10:10-10:40 Whole group
12:30-1:10 Small group

1:10-1:40 Whole Group
1:40-2:30 Small Group

The 5th grade schedule is very similar. If your child is in the reading teacher's homeroom they will do reading in the morning and math in the afternoon. If your child is in the math teacher's homeroom, they will do math in the morning and reading in the afternoon.

Your teachers will be in touch with you regarding individual class schedules.

During the month of September, we would like to have our students come into the building for a small group or a 1:1 time on Thursdays and Fridays. This time would allow us to assess our children to determine strengths and areas of need. We will maintain social distancing, wear our masks and clean before and after each student. Our teachers will be calling you to schedule this time. We look forward to seeing you!

Device Pick-Up
Devices and materials needed for instruction will be distributed next week. You will receive further information on these procedures by the end of the day Monday. Students must be fully registered before they can be added to a class and devices checked-out.

We appreciate each and every one of you and look forward to seeing you soon for our device and materials pick-up day.

08/04/2020
Jefferson County Schools

Jefferson County Schools

PLEASE WATCH AND READ THE MESSAGES FROM DR. G -

Dear JEFCOED Family,

This morning, the board approved my recommendation on how we will start the 2020-2021 school year. “Traditional” school will not be offered for the first nine weeks. Those students who had previously selected the traditional format will start the year remotely. In addition, we are delaying the start of school one week till Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This will afford us additional time needed to efficiently plan. Not to mention the extra time needed to complete the construction projects at several of our school locations.

We have outlined this possibility since we started talking about this coming school year. However, I know hearing the news is still unsettling. Some of you might even be mad at me right now. I know you have to figure out things like childcare and that this decision might add to your financial strain when times are already tough. I am truly sorry for that burden. However, I cannot justify sending children or employees back to school right now. It would put them in harm’s way. The number of COVID-19 cases in our area is simply too high.

Since this pandemic started, I have tried my best to be transparent with you in our decision-making process. So let me attempt to do the same here. Data and the advice of public health officials are the determining factors. Nothing else.

I know this issue has become largely divisive. Our own recent back to school survey illustrated the divide in our district, with 44% selecting traditional school and 56% selecting an online learning option. But let me be very clear on this next point the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is the priority.

Some of you might be asking why we are not considering a blended option. Simply put, for a district as large as ours, with roughly 36,000 students, it is not realistic. The logistics would make it impossible to provide quality education to our students.

During remote instruction, there might be some instances where students will be allowed on campus. This includes students enrolled in certain electives or those in need of special education services. These decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis. Gatherings will be small and will be in a controlled environment where all safety precautions are utilized. Teachers will also give instructions from their classrooms.

You can expect further communication from my office and your local school in the coming weeks about several topics. We will be making announcements about providing lunch and getting devices to students. I will also continue to regularly communicate with you about when returning to traditional school might be possible. Also, if you have not registered, it is very important you do so now. We need an accurate count to ensure we have the resources to serve all students.

My friends, I know this feels like another bump in the road. It feels that way to me. But remember, while our concerns live now in the present, our hope is in the future. Better days are ahead!

Stay healthy. Stay United. #JEFCOEDStrongerTogether

Sincerely,

Dr. Walter Gonsoulin
Superintendent

07/30/2020
Titan School Solutions

Good Afternoon,
Just a few updates: If you have not completed the survey the district sent out regarding your schooling preference for the 2020-2021 school year, please do so by August 3. If you did not receive an email, please call the school office.

Free/Reduced Lunch applications are now live, I know many of you were experiencing issues with this while registering. The link to the application is below:

https://family.titank12.com/application/new?identifier=TSFPFC

Please send me a message if I can be of any assistance.

Thank You,
Ms Hahn

Pay your school fees, manage your students accounts, and apply for free and reduced meals. Working together, we are Making Schools Stronger.

07/28/2020

Good Morning,
Snap codes were mailed last week for students entering grades 1-5. New students must submit residency verification forms prior to receiving their snap code. Please contact the school office for assistance. If your child is entering 6th grade, the middle school will send out those codes. The board of education has sent surveys out to parents regarding the instructional pathways for the 2020-2021 school year. Please complete this survey by August 3. Thank you.

06/27/2020
Jefferson County Schools

Jefferson County Schools

Dear JEFCOED family,

In an effort to keep you informed and be as transparent as possible, I wanted to provide you a quick update pertaining to the next school year.

We have received the state department’s reopening guidelines. At this time, my staff and I are going through that outline to customize a plan that makes sense for our district. The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our top priority.

As I have stated previously, expect more information to be released sometime after July 4th. I truly appreciate your patience as we work through this process.

Sincerely,

Dr. Walter Gonsoulin
#JEFCOEDStrong

Crumly Chapel Elementary New Student Pre-Registration Form
06/27/2020
Crumly Chapel Elementary New Student Pre-Registration Form

Crumly Chapel Elementary New Student Pre-Registration Form

This form must be completed for all new students to the Jefferson County School System. This includes new Kindergarten students. All form fields must be completed unless specifically noted. Residence verification documents and new student documents must be provided directly to the school. If you hav...

Please help us spread the word about Pre-Registration.  This is for incoming Kindergarteners and new students to Crumly ...
06/10/2020
Crumly Chapel Elementary New Student Pre-Registration Form

Please help us spread the word about Pre-Registration. This is for incoming Kindergarteners and new students to Crumly Chapel.
Returning students will receive their snapcode for online registration the beginning of July.

This form must be completed for all new students to the Jefferson County School System. This includes new Kindergarten students. All form fields must be completed unless specifically noted. Residence verification documents and new student documents must be provided directly to the school. If you hav...

Please help us spread the word about Pre-Registration.
06/10/2020
Formulario de preinscripción para nuevos estudiantes de Crumly Chapel Elementary

Please help us spread the word about Pre-Registration.

Este formulario debe completarse para todos los estudiantes nuevos en el Sistema Escolar del Condado de Jefferson. Esto incluye nuevos estudiantes de Kindergarten. Todos los campos del formulario deben completarse a menos que se indique específicamente. Los documentos de verificación de residencia...

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05/19/2020

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05/18/2020

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If you are eligible, please apply today!
05/17/2020

If you are eligible, please apply today!

DON'T FORGET!!! ELIGIBLE STUDENTS HAVE UNTIL MIDNIGHT SUNDAY TO SIGN UP.

ORIGINAL POST - Jefferson County Schools is partnering with the USDA and Baylor University to deliver food straight to qualifying students’ homes.

The Emergency Meals-to-You program (eMTY) mails 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches to a student’s home every two weeks. In order to receive food, students must attend a school that qualifies based on the program’s guidelines. Students must already be enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program. Siblings (ages 1-18) of qualifying students, will also be eligible to receive the meals.

Enrollment and Eligibility Info - https://bit.ly/2Aqj86g

Emergency Meals-to-You DOES NOT replace the eight JEFCOED food distribution sites. Kikstart will continue to distribute meals at those sites Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. A complete list of the Kikstart sites is available on the JEFCOED website. Kikstart meals are available to anyone 18 and younger.

Kikstart sites - https://bit.ly/35UAIep

We are thankful for all of our teachers!  Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
05/04/2020

We are thankful for all of our teachers! Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

Crumly Chapel is blessed with some of the BEST! Thank you Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Mollkoy for all you do!
04/22/2020

Crumly Chapel is blessed with some of the BEST! Thank you Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Mollkoy for all you do!

It's National Kindergarten Day! "Each year on April 21st, National Kindergarten Day honors the birthday of the man who s...
04/21/2020

It's National Kindergarten Day!

"Each year on April 21st, National Kindergarten Day honors the birthday of the man who started the first Kindergarten. Friedrich Wilhelm August Frobel (April 21, 1782 – June 21, 1852) is credited with starting the very first Kindergarten in Germany in 1837." (Excerpt from NationalDayCalendar.com)

We are so thankful for our great Kindergarten teachers, and we love our Kindergarten students!

Share with us your favorite Kindergarten memory, thank a Kindergarten teacher, or give a shout out to your Kindergarten student! #NationalKindergartenDay

Crumly Chapel Family please take this seriously! Stay safe and weather aware!
04/12/2020

Crumly Chapel Family please take this seriously! Stay safe and weather aware!

***THIS GRAPHIC IS OUTDATED. PLEASE SEE OUR TIMELINE FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION.***

⚠ TORNADO WATCH now in effect for much of Central AL until 10 PM. Know where your safe place is located & take action IMMEDIATELY if a warning is issued for your area.

04/07/2020
Crumly Chapel Greetings 2020

Crumly Chapel faculty and staff love and miss our students!

Crumly Chapel Elementary faculty and staff miss our students! We love you!

Address

2201 Pershing Road
Birmingham, AL
35214

Opening Hours

Monday 7:55am - 3pm
Tuesday 7:55am - 3pm
Wednesday 7:55am - 3pm
Thursday 7:55am - 3pm
Friday 7:55am - 3pm

Telephone

(205) 379-3250

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