The Inside Look

News from Cullman County Schools

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Superintendent's Message

I hope everyone's summer is off to a great start. It is definitely an understatement to say this past school year was challenging, but we made it. Cullman County Schools was able to have more face-to-face instruction than most school districts in the state. We are very thankful for that, and it was only possible by the combined efforts of our families and all of our faculty and staff following the protocols that were put in place.


Our summer reading camps are in full swing throughout the district and there are many improvement projects happening on every campus as well. We are really excited about the good things happening all over Cullman County Schools!

Summer Reading Camps

Summer Reading Camps are underway at our elementary schools. The state-funded program is designed to provide instruction to accelerate reading achievement in Grades K-3. The program continues until July 2.
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Nuts and Bolts Symposium

We had a great time at the Nuts and Bolts Symposium. Almost 300 Cullman County teachers and administrators participated in a two-day professional development training that is like no other! Thanks to Good Hope High School for hosting this year's event.
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GoGuardian Training

Cullman County Schools has invested in technology to keep students safe and focused in the classroom while using technology. Teachers can’t always see what students are doing behind their screens. GoGuardian Teacher allows educators to know what students are doing on their devices and whether they are off-task or need help. Online distractions are a frustrating part of incorporating technology in the classroom. By using automatic alerts and powerful commands, teachers can quickly and easily get students back on-task with GoGuardian teacher.
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Mandy Redding leads a summer professional development course on GoGuardian Teacher.

New Website and App!

Check out the new ccboe.org website! The new site is easier to navigate so you can find information quicker. Be sure to download our app as well! Just search "Cullman County Schools" in your app store for quick access to documents, events, staff directories, alerts, and much more.

Graduation Replays!

If you would like to watch or save a copy of this year's graduation ceremonies, they are available for download. Visit this link for more information.
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New Elementary Gym Floors

The Cullman County School Board recently approved the replacement of elementary gym floors at Cold Springs, Hanceville, Holly Pond, and West Point. How about a big shout-out to our awesome maintenance department for prepping these floors for replacement!
Finished gym floor at West Point Elementary

Finished floor at West Point Elementary.

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Kids & Teens Eat Free This Summer!

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All students are eligible for free breakfast and lunch this summer at these lunchrooms:



  • Fairview
  • Holly Pond
  • Good Hope Primary
  • Cold Springs
  • Harmony
  • Vinemont
  • West Point High
  • Parkside


Any Cullman County Student is eligible to visit any of the above lunchrooms Monday – Friday

through July 2. Breakfast will be served from 7:45am to 8:15am and lunch from

11:00am to 12:30pm. In addition, Wednesday curbside meal pickup is available on June 23 and June 30 from 11:00am-1:00pm at the Fairview, West Point High, and Vinemont lunchrooms.


The summer feeding program is made available through the Cullman County Schools Child

Nutrition Program, the Alabama State Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of

Agriculture.


THANK YOU to all of our wonderful CNP staff members who are working this summer to make the summer feeding program happen!

Look at all of these buses...

Ever wonder where all of the school buses go in the summer? This is the Cullman County School Bus Garage, where every bus is serviced, washed, and inspected prior to hitting the road this fall. We appreciate the hard work our bus mechanics and shop assistants do every day!
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Take a Great Photo? Share it!

Great things happen every day in our schools. Help us showcase them! Email your photos to news@ccboe.org and put "Photo of the Week" in the subject line. We may use your photo on social media, our website, or for promotion!
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