Cullman Middle School

Character, Citizenship, Scholarship

WELCOME TO CULLMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL

  • Cullman Middle School is one of five schools which make up the Cullman City School System.  In 2006, Cullman Middle School was a part of the first school district in Alabama to adopt a One-to-One Laptop Initiative, providing laptops and wireless internet access to students and educators. We have seen a significant improvement in student test scores, increased student attendance and improved discipline in the classroom.  That initiative is still active in our school today.  This year, we added Canvas as our learning management system to engage our students and keep them, as well as our parents, informed.

    Cullman Middle School was one of ten schools in Alabama to be named a 2012 CLAS Banner School.  This award recognizes schools or programs that serve as outstanding educational models for other schools in Alabama.  CMS is under the leadership of Mr. Jake Johnson, principal. 


    We use Peachjar to deliver digital flyers to parents with important information about afterschool & school-related activities. View district-approved flyers by clicking the button below.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Open House - August 5, 2019

    5:30pm

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    Students and parents will begin open house in their zero period class.  Teachers will do a brief introduction.  A bell or announcement will signal moving to the next class so you will walk through a mock day rotation.  A parent orientation will be held in the new gym after the conclusion of the mock school day.

     

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    2019-2020 School Supply Lists

    School supplies lists are pod specific.

    7th Grade Supply List - Printable

    8th Grade Supply List  - Printable

     

     

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  • Summer Reading Requirement for 8th Grade English

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    All rising 8th graders are required to read The Red Bandanna Adapted for Young Readers by Tom Rinaldi. The first couple of weeks of school will include assignments associated with this book as well as an objective test to assess students’ comprehension of the book.

    Students may purchase the book locally at Deb’s Bookstore or Books-a-Million.  Be sure to purchase the correct edition of the book. See book cover above.

    If you have any questions, email cwaters@cullmancats.net or kwalker@cullmancats.net.   We look forward to meeting you all in August!

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  • Summer Chromebook Information

    We encourage the students to continue to care and provide maintenance to the Chromebook as they would during normal school attendance hours. Please make sure the device is charged and used in a routine manner to preserve battery life and to receive device updates as they are released.

    REPAIRS: Technical assistant and/or repairs are available at the CCS Central Office (301 First Street NE | Cullman, AL 35055) as follows:

    • June 3 - July 18
      (excluding the week of July 1-5)
    • Each Tuesday from 11:00am - 12:00pm
    • Each Thursday from 4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Repairs can be picked up one week following drop-off, and any associated repair fees must be paid upon pickup.

    For answers to other Chromebook questions, please download the following information:  Chromebook Summer Deployment Information

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    Summer Meal Program

    Schools is out!  But we still want to make sure all our students can get food this summer.  Cullman City Schools will host Summer Feeding Program from June 6, 2019 thru July 26, 2019.  The main feeding sites this summer will be Cullman High School and West Elementary.  I have attached the flyer and menu for June.  Please help us spread the word and let our parents and students know.  
    Also if any of your upcoming high school needs community serving hours, we would love to help them.
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HEADLINES & FEATURES

  • 2019-2020 Enrollment

    Information about student registration for the 2019-2020 school year: This year, registration will be completed online through PowerSchool Registration. You should receive an information sheet that will contain instructions and login information to update any contact, medical, and other information about your student(s). This process needs to be completed online no later than July 22nd. If you are unable to complete the online registration process, you will need to visit your child's school.

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  • Eva Rd Closure

    EVA ROAD CLOSING: Eva Road will be closed beginning November 5, 2018, for an undetermined amount of time for repairs to the bridge across Bridge Creek. From Forrest Avenue NE to Scenic Drive NE, the road will be closed to ALL traffic. Only local traffic will be permitted from AL 157 to Forrest Avenue, and from 13th Street to Scenic Drive. CHS and CCPS Traffic: School traffic from the south will be unaffected by this road closing. From the north, high school and primary

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  • Emergency Alert Sign-up for Community Members

    You can receive emergency and news notifications from Cullman City Schools by signing up at the Blackboard Notification sign-up link under READ MORE

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  • 2017 National Beta School of Merit

    Cullman Middle School Principal Lane Hill, with Superintendent Dr. Susan Patterson, accepts an award naming his school a 2017 National Beta School of Merit.

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