Etowah County Schools Distance Learning Courses 



Over 490 Students (Including UA Early College)

Over 40 Classes Offered (Including UA Early College)


Web-Based Courses (535 Students):

Accounting,  AP English Literature, AP Macroeconomics, AP Statistics, Algebra IA, Art Appreciation, Arts Survey, Business Tech Applications, Chinese I, Creative Writing, Earth Science, Economics, English 9, English 12, Food and Nutrition, Forensic Science, French I, French II, Geometry, German I, German II, Health, Latin I, Marine Science, Multimedia Design I, Personal Finance, Physical Science, Psychology, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, U.S. Government, U.S. History, Web Design I, World History, Workforce Essentials

To see the Distance Learning Schedule for each high school, click here.          


Current Etowah County Distance Learning Teachers

Sonya Blackwell / Southside High / Forensic Science (Web) 

Jill Boatwright/ Hokes Bluff / AP U.S. History (Web and VCI) 

Ann Bryant / Glencoe High / English and Creative Writing (Web) 

Kenny Clevenger / Southside High / Creative Writing (Web)  

Rachael Couch / Southside High School / English (Web) 

Marcia Farabee / Hokes Bluff / AP English (Web) 

Sherry Firestone / Glencoe High / English (Web) 

Luann Gladden / Gaston / AP Language (Web) 

Jennifer Johnson / Sardis High / Algebra I (Web) 

Denisse Lumpkin / Southside High / Spanish (Web) 

Christy McCormick / AP Calculus (VCI) 

Lori Moss / Highland / Marine Science (Web) 

  Mark Snead / West End High School / Physical Science (Web) 


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