Cullman County school campuses will be CLOSED Thursday 3/25 due to the threat of severe weather. Classes will be operating virtually.
FRIDAY SCHOOL PLAN: All Cullman County school campuses will be open 3/19/2021. School officials have been working to notify families with bus riders who are affected by weather-related road damage. Buses may be delayed tomorrow in some areas.
Here is some of the road damage across Cullman County this morning, discovered by our transportation crews. At least 33 roads are affected by yesterday's storms.
Cullman County Schools - CLOSED Thursday 3/18/2021 due to yesterday's storms. Numerous roads are closed, bridges washed out, and many campuses and families are without power.
SCHOOL DELAY THURSDAY: 2 hour delay 3/18/2021 due to weather. 12 month employees report at 8am.
Due to the threat of severe weather, all Cullman County school campuses will be closed Wednesday, 3/17/21. Employees will work remotely. No lunchroom meals or WiFi buses. Everyone stay safe.
WEATHER ALERT: Cullman County Schools are DELAYED 2 HOURS due to flooding - Tuesday 3/16/2021
Our lunchroom ladies do a great job and work hard! Principal Kevin Sullins at Harmony wanted everyone to check out the presentation of the food, saying the students notice... and come in ready to eat. This is an example of going above and beyond. Thank you CNP staff!
Congrats to the GH Lady Raiders for advancing to the Elite 8 after beating Deshler 78-76 in OT, coming back from a 16 point deficit. Next game @ WSC Tuesday morning!
THANK YOU to our Cullman County judges who took time this morning to speak to students at Vinemont about staying on the right path. We appreciate your partnership! @shanebarnette
Weather update: Special thanks to the Cullman County Road Dept for scraping all of the affected roads in the WP/Battleground area today. Hopefully we'll be able to start school at the normal time Friday. We will let you know if anything changes. We appreciate the road department!
VIRTUAL DAY TODAY: After checking roads, particularly in the NW part of the county, Dr. Barnette has decided to make today, Feb. 18, 2021 a virtual day. 12-month employees are asked to report at 10am if possible. This photo is from the WP/Battleground area.
WEATHER ALERT: Cullman County Schools will be delayed 2 hours on Thursday, February 18, 2021. Dr. Barnette will evaluate conditions and provide an update tomorrow morning if needed.
Wednesday 2/17/21 operating plan: Students already virtual, teachers work from home, 12-month employees report by 10am. No Wednesday take-home meals will be served.
THANK YOU to our Cullman Lowe's for donating 400 gallons of hand sanitizer! It will be put to good use... helping our students, faculty, and staff to keep safe during the pandemic.
COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY NIGHT: If you have any questions about your child's college future, tonight is the night to get those questions answered. Join John Baylor tonight at the Vinemont High Gym, 7:30pm. Open to all Cullman Co. Families!
We are so proud of our Cullman Area Technology Academy health science students! Today this group, through the help of Cullman Electric Cooperative, WestRock, and generous community members... collected household items and food for needy community families. “We wanted to give what we could offer because I’ve always been taught to give unto others as you would want…” said Jaeden Smith, a freshman at West Point High School and 1st-year CATA Health Science Student. “In a healthcare facility you always help your patients first, help everyone who needs it first, then you help yourself.”
SCHEDULE CHANGE: On Friday, December 18, all students will be dismissed at 3pm instead of the originally planned time of 1pm. This change is due to the hybrid schedule. Middle and High School students need this extra time to complete semester exams. Please SHARE to help us get the word out.
In this photo, Child Development Center teacher Karlie Baker presents one of her many excited students with a new pair of shoes for Christmas. Peoples Bank of Alabama graciously donates shoes every year to CDC students. Thank you Peoples Bank, Karlie Baker, and the entire CDC faculty and staff who work so hard each day to care for our children.