District News

  • Superintendent's Newsletter

    The Superintendent's Weekly Newsletter provides a glimpse into the happenings on the campuses of Cullman City Schools. You can view the most recent and past newsletters here.

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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 school traffic

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  • Peachjar

    Cullman City Schools will soon begin using Peachjar. Peachjar will provide digital flyers to parents with important information about afterschool & school-related activities. Parents will be able to view district-approved flyers via email or on the school website. Visit each school's website homepage to access school specific flyers.

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  • Google Level 2 Certification Coming to CCS

    District Technology Coordinator Michael Fowlkes, along with Technology Integration Specialists Aimee Bates and Sharon Drake, began the process for Level 2 Google Certification recently. They attended Google Certified Educator Level 2 Bootcamp in Homewood. They will be

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  • CCS Named 10th Best School District in State

    Niche has ranked CULLMAN City Schools #10 among all districts in the State. “The 2019 Best School Districts rankings in Alabama is based on what Niche labeled as a rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents

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  • Johnson Moves to District Position

    Former CHS Assistant Principal, Jake Johnson, is now the Career & Technical Education and Federal Programs Coordinator for Cullman City Schools.

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  • Traffic Flow for 2018 - 2019

    Cullman City Schools and Cullman Police Department have implemented the following traffic routes in order to help reduce traffic congestion around the Primary, Middle and High Schools. The following routes will go into effect on the first day of school.

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  • Fowlkes Returns to CCS

    Michael Fowlkes has returned to Cullman City Schools to rejoin the Technology Department, but this time he is in a new role. He is our new Information Technology Manager.

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  • Premier Bank Awards Innovation Grants

    One of Cullman City Schools' outstanding community partners, Premier Bank, recently presented three innovation grant awards to teachers at EES, WES and CCPS.

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  • CCS Receives Beautification Recognition

    Cullman City Board of Education was recently recognized with a PALS Beautification Award. These awards are presented to locations as a part of the Alabama Clean Campus Program. We are so proud of our maintenance department who assist in keeping our location beautiful.

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  • Hall Completes Leadership Academy

    Mrs. Kim Hall recently completed the 2017 - 2018 Leadership Cullman County program.

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  • Cullman Teachers Recognized by American Legion Auxiliary

    American Legion Auxiliary Post #4 presented a resolution to the teachers of our system along with all teachers in Cullman County. We are thankful for their recognition of the outstanding work and dedication of our teachers.

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  • 2018 - 2019 Calendar Approved

    The CCS Board of Education recently approved the 2018 - 2019 CCS calendar. You can access the full calendar under READ MORE below.

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  • The CCS app is now available!

    Be sure to get the official CCS app today from Google Play or the Apple Store. You can have quick and easy access to news, calendars, menus, student information and more! Parents can sign in to get student-specific data. Your login information will be delivered to you via the parent email associated with your student.

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  • SMART Interactive Panels Installed

    New SMART Interactive Panels will be installed in many EES, WES and CCPS classrooms beginning today. This will continue our recent effort to transition from our aging SMART Interactive Whiteboards, many of which are nearing end of life, to a new interactive panel format. Acquisition of these new interactive panels is possible, in part, by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Grant.

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  • Watch "Scrooge" on Demand

    If you missed the CHS Fine Arts Department's award winning production of "Scrooge" here is your chance to watch. You may view an archived version from the CHS Broadcast Network (CHSBN) on the NFHS network. Click Read More for details.

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  • East Elementary Named Blue Ribbon School for Second Time

    EES recently received the outstanding honor of being named a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence for the second time.

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  • CCS App Coming Soon

    Although our new website format is very user friendly in mobile version, we are delighted to be able to announce the launch of our official app. The app will provide the most important information in the easiest and quickest way possible.

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  • Scrooge

    Don't miss the CHS Theatre Department's performance of "Scrooge", the 2017 District Trumbauer BEST OF SHOW.

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  • CHS Alum is Alabama Young Hero

    Former CHS student athlete, Noah Fondren, has been selected as one of Alabama's Young Heroes by Alabama Public Television. We are so proud of Noah! Watch the Young Hero video by clicking Read More.

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  • Sheriff's Rodeo Proceeds Donated to Schools

    A recent donation was made to Cullman City and Cullman County Schools from the Cullman County Sheriff's Department.

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  • CHS Broadcast Network Earns Elite Status

    The Bearcat News Network, Cullman High School's own broadcast network, was the only broadcast program in the state to earn Elite status.

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  • CCS Unveils New Traffic Plans

    CCPS, CMS, and CHS will experience a new traffic flow this school year to help alleviate some traffic issues.

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  • Counselors Participate in Professional Development

    CCS Counselors recently attended the 3rd annual Alabama School Counselors Association Critical Issues for Alabama Schools Workshop. The workshop was held on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College. Alabama schools are dealing with increasingly critical issues.

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  • Summer Learning

    CCS teachers spend their summer preparing for new school year.

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  • WES Outdoor Classroom

    The WES outdoor classroom flourished this summer. Plants continued to grow and the classroom turtles enjoyed the rain.

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