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 Car riders will begin unloading at 9:30am. We will not be able to serve breakfast. Stay safe!
WEATHER ALERT: Cullman County Schools are DELAYED 2 HOURS due to flooding - Tuesday 3/16/2021
Our 5th graders did a great job presenting research projects to their peers.
4th grade has been reviewing reading skills March Madness style!
Spring pictures are NOT tomorrow! Lifetouch mistakenly sent emails to some parents! We and Lifetouch apologize for the miscommunication! Spring Pictures have been scheduled for Thursday, April 8, 2021. Thank you!
4th graders have been getting to experience the development of crabs and frogs over the past couple weeks!
Congratulations to our grade level winners in the Read Across America AR points challenge! Lola (5th), Rylee (4th) and Abigail (3rd) Great job!
Read Across America was enjoyed by all today! Great job students and teachers!
Everyone congratulate Abigail for her positive behavior referral! She helped a classmate clean up a mess in the classroom without being asked, just dropped what she was doing and helped. Great example in 3rd grade! Great job Abigail!
Mrs. Ibrahim’s students have been learning about soil in February. Taking care of their Soil Buddies, watering them in class and discussing what seeds need to grow. One week they even gave them haircuts to show that might help with growth. Great project!
Janet Sweatmon, teacher | Alexandria Spicer, 3rd Grade | Grace Ard, REHAU Human Resources Coordinator
Everyone congratulate Alyssa and Larry for their positive behavior referral! These 5th grades are always helping organize and manage classroom activities! They are great leaders in 5th grade! Great job!
Everyone congratulate Kaliegh for her positive behavior referral! Kaleigh voluntarily helped two 3rd graders clean up a big mess! Great job Kaliegh!