Cullman County Schools will transition to remote learning Thursday 1/20 and Friday 1/21. At this time, we plan to return to in-classroom instruction on Monday, 1/24. Statement from Dr. Barnette, Cullman County School Superintendent "I had hoped the numbers would get better this week, but unfortunately, we have a lot of students and staff out today. We've been strategic, shifting staff from other schools and the Central Office to cover absences with a goal of sustaining in-person learning, but we have reached a point that we need to transition to remote learning. With that in mind, along with the potential for winter weather Thursday and Friday, all Cullman County Schools will be operating remotely the rest of the week. Your child will be sent home with work for the next two days. Weather permitting, faculty and staff who are healthy will be on campus and able to assist your child digitally. Please know that I firmly believe that there is no equivalent substitute for in-person learning. I want our children in the classroom. I hope we will see improvement by next week."
Cullman County Schools will operate remotely on Friday 1/14/22. The decision to hold classes remotely is due primarily to the number of teachers and staff who are sick. After-school events will be allowed to continue because this dismissal is due to not having enough teachers and staff to operate during the school day. Teachers and staff who are not sick will still report to work tomorrow.
Cullman County Schools will have a remote learning day Friday 1/7 due to the weather. Teachers will provide students with either a digital or paper assignment to be completed. Everyone stay safe.
After reviewing the latest National Weather Service update, Cullman County Schools will continue with the 2-hour delay today, Thursday 1/6. Campuses will be open and buses will run 2 hours behind their normal schedule.
Cullman County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay on Thursday, January 6, 2022. Buses will run two hours late. Employees, please report two hours later than your normally scheduled time.
Updated COVID-19 Protocols: ccboe.org/covid19
School resumes tomorrow, January 5! We're looking forward to seeing your students back in the classroom. Watch out for buses in the morning!
Congratulations to our Cullman Co. teachers who achieved National Board certification in 2019 & 2020. Today those teachers were invited to tour the Governor's mansion. National Board Certification is a rigorous program that requires an extreme amount of dedication.
The All-County Middle School football team was recognized at today's County Basketball Championships. We have so many talented student athletes!
Congratulations to the Fairview Aggies, your 2021 Cullman County Middle School Basketball Tournament champions! Great job as well to West Point, the runner up. The All-County Team is also pictured.
Congratulations to the Fairview Lady Aggies, your 2021 Cullman County Middle School Basketball Tournament champions! Great job as well to Cold Springs, the runner up. The All-County Team is also pictured.
Good luck to our basketball teams in the middle school county tournament! The championship games begin at 1pm at Vinemont High School. Watch on NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cullman-county-schools-cullman-al/gam76a9283808
Today we held a groundbreaking for a gym, library, and office complex at Good Hope Middle School. Middle school and high school students have always shared the high school gym. We are so proud to be investing in the future of our students! Construction will begin soon!
THANK YOU to the TECH program at Mercedes-Benz for donating a new Mercedes GLE450 to CATA! Our students will use this vehicle to further their knowledge of automotive technology. We appreciate your partnership and generosity!
Students at the Child Development Center today received a new pair of shoes for Christmas. We thanks Peoples Bank of Alabama for sponsoring this wonderful event each year. This photo touched our hearts.
Good luck Fairview in tonight's 5A state semifinal!
Congratulations @KarenKPinion for being named the Counselor Administrator/Supervisor of the Year by the Alabama School Counselor Association!
Christmas is a little early! We've been waiting for months to get new student Chromebooks. Big thanks to our technology department for unboxing and eventually configuring more than 3000 new devices to replace many of our older aging Chromebooks across the county.
Great job Good Hope Primary! Students contributed 3,721 canned food items. Ms. Mauldin's class won the contest with 661 items! The food will go to needy families this Thanksgiving.
A dozen Thanksgiving hams were donated to Cold Springs Elementary School by TSE Brakes, Inc. The hams will be given to needy families of Cold Springs Elementary students. Thank you for supporting those in need.