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  • Auburn City Schools Releases Its Return to Learning Plan for Fall 2020

    Auburn City Schools releases its Return to Learning Plan. Click here for more information.

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  • New Students to Auburn City Schools for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

    2020-2021 Student Registration for Enrollment from August 10, 2020-May 20, 2021

    • New student registration for 2020-2021 

    Kindergarten and Students New to Auburn City Schools

    Only students who currently reside in Auburn may register online. NO Returning students registrations will be accepted in the NEW student portal.

    All future students not currently residing in Auburn should contact the Residency Office at 334-887-1906 for guidance.

    Click here for New Student Registration for 2020-2021.

    It is MANDATORY for any student that takes medication regularly At School to submit a Parent Authorization Form. Please download the School Medication Prescription/Parent Authorization Form and upload it with your registration or bring this form to your student's School. 

    **** Please do not register for preschool until you have received notification from the Little H.A.P.I.E. Tree preschool that your child has been accepted into the program.

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  • Master Plan

     

    Auburn City Schools 2028 Master Plan: Click HERE to Access PDF

    In May 2018, the Board of Education approved Facility Plan 2028, a 10-year plan addressing the demolition, reconstruction and renovation of buildings and the impact of student growth on facilities capacity. Phase I of this plan, which began in the Fall 2018, includes the reconstruction and demolition of Cary Woods Elementary School and J. F. Drake Middle School, demolition and reconstruction of the gymnasium at East Samford School, and a new elementary school.

    Facility Plan 2028 includes $172.33 million in estimated capital needs to complete the full implementation. These project will be funded with local funds from the City of Auburn 5 mill Capital Fund and the 16 mill Special School Tax funds.  The school district continues to monitor student enrollment as it relates to the timing of projects from the master plan.

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