Human Resources: Our Purpose
The goal of this department is to provide excellent service to our current and future employees. We strive to meet need in a timely, courteous and professional manner while working with integrity and compassion. Our team can answer questions regarding the hiring process and provide any additional information needed about our district. We take pride in offering health and welfare benefits that provide flexible options for the diverse and changing needs of our employees. Athens City Schools is continuously seeking dedicated and enthusiastic individuals that are interested in creating positive learning environments for students.
We seek to assist and support all of our current employees, providing information and guidance in all personnel areas. Our goal is to contribute to a culture of continual professional growth and maintain the long standing tradition of excellence for which the school system is known. For assitance with any issues related to human resources or personnel issues, please contact Rae Ann Aderholt at 256.233.6600.
Code of Ethics
Athens City Schools adheres to the Alabama Educator Code of Ethics which defines the professional behavior of educators in Alabama as a guide to ethical conduct. The code protects the health, safety, and general welfare of students and educators; outlines objective standards of conduct for professional educators; and clearly defines actions of an unethical nature for which disciplinary sanctions are justified.
Meet the Personnel Coordinator
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Business Administration, Jacksonville State University
Mrs. Rae Ann Aderholt
Rae Ann Aderholt has served the Athens City School system for over 25 years. She currently serves as the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and as the Personnel Services Coordinator. Mrs. Aderholt received her business degree from Jacksonville State University wehre she was a member of the Ballerina Line for the Jacksonville State University Marching Southerners. She has been an active volunteer and sponsor for the auxillary groups of the Pride of Athens Golden Eagle Marching Band for almost 20 years. Mrs. Aderholt considers it a privilege to serve the students and families of Athens City.