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STEM Education

STEM Education: Opportunities & Offerings
Our Comprehensive Plan

A Few Details

Disney Codeillusion 
Cullman Middle School
CS Discoveries 
STEM Technologies I, II, and III 
Health Explorations 


Cullman High School

Principles of Engineering - TSA
Foundations of Engineering and Technology
Robotics Systems
Exploring Computer Science
AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science Principles - A
Foundations of Health Science
Human Body Structures and Functions
Therapeutic Services
Health Science Internship
Medical Terminology - Dual Enrollment with Wallace State Community College
Health Science Senior Career Pathway Project
Robotics Club Girls
Robotics Club Boys

Robotics Club Sponsor List:

Kristina Kallhoff - WES
Coming Soon - EES
Jonathan Haynes - CMS and CHS

STEM class

The CTE STEM Exploration program is integrated into a broader Cullman City Schools STEM initiative that spans from Kindergarten through 12th grade. At Cullman Middle School, students can elect to take STEM Technologies I and II. Students in Mr. Haynes's class learn how to build and code robots for hands-on learning. They are exposed to one of the world’s premier programming languages using a hardware microcomputer. Students apply new coding skills and concepts to engaging projects with Vex Robots.

The Cullman Middle School Robotics Club further develops students' coding and engineering skills. The club seeks to cultivate an environment in which students will design, build and compete in VEX IQ Competitions. Students brainstorm solutions to problems throughout the season, document their engineering design process, design and build robots, and compete at two regional tournaments. Students learn to work as a team, develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and learn to communicate with teams from other schools. The CMS Robotics Club meets every Tuesday afternoon in preparation for its first competition which is less than a month away. We have four teams registered to compete at the Curling Wreaths Tournament at Liberty Middle School in Madison, AL on December 3rd and at the "Cutting it Close" Tournament at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville on January 28th. Teams that qualify at regional tournaments will have an opportunity to compete at the VEX IQ State Championship at Auburn University where they will have a chance to qualify for the VEX IQ World Championship held in Dallas, TX.


Elementary STEM Instructors:
Anna Anderson - CCPS
Jennifer Tidwell - EES, WES


Robotics Team