PowerSchool replaced INOW as the state-wide student information system beginning August 1, 2021. The parent portal is not yet available. As soon as it becomes active, the school will provide instructions for parents to access it to monitor student grades, attendance and assignments. Thank you for your patience!
Community Colleges to Offer STEM Dual Enrollment Scholarships
Please contact your student's local community college for more information.
Free/Reduced forms are available online and paper forms will be provided at the school orientations. All students must complete these forms in order to receive future benefits (including EBT). All students will eat free for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Chilton County Board of Education has Child Find procedures in place to ensure that all children within our jurisdiction, ages birth to twenty-one, are identified, located and evaluated, regardless of the severity of the disability. Child Find procedures also apply to students who reside within our district who are enrolled in private schools, who are highly mobile, or who are suspected of having a disability even if they are progressing from grade to grade. For more information, contact the Chilton County Board of Education, Special Education Department at (205) 280-2907.
Summer Feeding Program
All children 18 years of age or younger EAT FREE!!!
Click the link below for the Chilton County Schools approved substitute daily rate of pay effective January 1, 2021. Chilton County Schools encourages anyone interested in substituting to please see our system webpage for the Substitute Application Packet under "Human Resources". Any questions may be directed to the Central Office at 205-280-3000.
The mission of the Chilton County School System is to educate all students to their fullest potential in a safe environment, creating responsible and productive citizens from a shared commitment of the students, parents, educators, and communities.