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Alabama Comprehensive Assessment Program

Student Device Policy:

Students shall not possess any digital device within the testing room when participating in ACAP testing. The possession of a digital device by students participating in ACAP testing is strictly prohibited during the administration of a test. The ONLY exception to this policy is for students who have been pre-approved by the Building Test Coordinator or the Principal to have a digital device that is necessary for the health and/or well­ being of the student.

If students are in possession of a digital device that is within their reach during the administration of an ACAP test, the device will be confiscated and, if the appropriate administrator determines that there is reasonable suspicion that the device was used to capture, record, or share test information or to facilitate cheating on the test, it may be subject to search pursuant to LEA policy for any information directly related to the ACAP test being administered. Additionally, the student will be dismissed from testing immediately and the test may be invalidated in accordance with ACAP policy.Violation(s) may result in disciplinary action by the LEA in accordance with the LEA's disciplinary policy.

Welcome to Duck Springs!

The mission of Duck Springs Elementary is to instill a lifelong desire for learning into the hearts and minds of each student. We strive to promote a sense of pride in one's self, community, and country. A standard of excellence will continue to be our purpose through the cooperative efforts of school, home, and community.

Welcome back, students!

Duck Springs Elementary School welcomes back its students for the 2020-21 school year for what is sure to be a great one. We hope our teachers and students all had safe, fun summer breaks, and are all now ready to get back into the swing of things.

Duck Springs Elementary is a Title 1 school.

The faculty of Duck Springs is 100% certified.

Be sure to visit this webpage often to read more pertinent news for the new school year.

-Mrs. Suzanne Nance, Principal