Ragland Elementary School consists of  Kindergarten through fifth grades with  257 students.  Every teacher in our building is considered Highly Qualified according to the standards set by The Alabama State Department of Education.  Ragland Elementary School is a Title I school accredited by the Southern Association of colleges and Schools.   In our building, along with our regular classrooms, we house a brand new Computer Lab and a new Science Lab.  We are also a proud ARI (Alabama Reading Initiative) school that focuses on teaching every child to their highest potential. 
Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide our students with a safe and healthy environment with equal access to all, to impress upon them the importance of good citizenship, to develop and understanding of and respect for themselves and others, to encourage a love of learning, and to provide a sound academic base.


Vision Statement
It is our vision through education at Ragland School, each student will achieve success and become a productive citizen in our American society
Ragland Elementary School
Ragland school works toward achieving a Bully Proof School by offering several types of  programs. One of the programs we implement is called the Bully Proof Kit

Another program we use is from  The National Bullying Prevention Center. 
              Here we get information that the entire country gets in up to date materials and lessons.   And most importantly, our kids know that they have someone to talk to here at Ragland School. Please feel free to contact us at any time to discuss in matters related to Bullying.  We want all our kids to feel safe and happy here at school.
Keep steadily before you the fact that all true success depends at last upon yourself.----Theodore T. Hunger


Parents,
 Please encourage your child to read their AR books.  
Special prizes are given for those that
 reach 50, 75 or 100 AR points!!
Stop the Bulling in Alabama website:
http://alex.state.al.us/stopbullying
The Stop Bullying in Alabama web site provides anti-bullying resources for students, parents, teachers, and school administrators to help fight this problem.