100% of Ivalee's teachers are considered Highly Qualified according to the Federal No Child Left Behind Act. Ivalee School has a unique learning environment with an individualized and comprehensive curriculum and a professional staff focused on meeting student needs. The staff is known for its willingness to change and incorporate new ideas. Student success and achievement have been a direct result.
Ivalee is dedicated to developing ethical and resourceful students in a safe and supportive environment. We strive to accomplish this by providing a challenging curriculum in an academic atmosphere with a consistent building of an educational foundation.
We believe that every child is entitled to a safe and orderly environment conducive to learning. We believe every child's education is the responsibility of the school with the help and support of the parent. We believe every child deserves to have thier basic needs met and be treated with respect and dignity. We believe every child is capable of learning what is needed to be a productive United States citizen and that this will occur best when educators, administrators, parents, students, and community members work together.
It is the policy of the Etowah County Board of Education that no student will be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity
on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, ethnic group or disability. Direct questions or concerns
to Tiffany Scott, 504 and Title IX Coordinator, Etowah County Board of Education, 3200 West Meighan
Boulevard, Gadsden, Alabama 359054, (256)549-7565.