CDC Family, We have a few announcements to make you aware of about the upcoming school year . First, InfoSnap online registration is now open for you to make changes or update information for your child. Remember, Info Snap is required for all Cullman County students from K-12th grade. If you do not have access or need help to complete this information online, please feel free to visit the CDC front office Monday-Thursday 8am-3pm and we will be glad to assist you. This year, you can complete your student's Free/Reduced Breakfast and Lunch forms online. Please visit Myschoolapps.com and follow the instructions. We will have our 2022-2023 supply lists posted outside the front door of the CDC main office beginning today. As a reminder, tax free weekend for school supplies will be July 15th-17th. CDC Open House will be August 8th from 4pm to 6pm. At that time, you can meet your child's teacher and see their classroom. You may also meet with the bus drivers and nurses in the lunchroom to give and get additional information. Finally, please make sure that blue slips(shot records) are up to date. Call the school 256 739 0486 if you are unsure about your child's record. We are required to have an updated vaccination on file before your child can attend school. Updates on all projects on campus coming soon. Thank you for your time. Have a great evening and GO LIONS!
Happy Independence Day to all CDC Family. Please be safe and enjoy family time. Thank you to all those that have served and are serving so we may celebrate this day.
CDC Family, June Update"What is going on at the CDC" Floors have been waxed , we have a corporate sponsor to help fund a renovation to make a sensory room, Summer Reading Camp, construction to help maximize use of different areas in classrooms,updating classrooms with painting, replacing some HVAC units. The playground phase 2 and part of 3 is being completed with sidewalks being poured this week. All security fencing has been completed. Partnership with Agriplex to start biweekly lessons for students starting in September and much more to come. Our teachers are working hard with our summer reading and ESY programs and some teachers are coming in to get additional or updated training. Pray you are all doing well. More information to come about supply list and updating registration first part of July.
All Cullman County school campuses will dismiss at 12pm on WEDNESDAY 4/6/22 due to the threat of severe weather.
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All Cullman County School Campuses will dismiss at 1pm Thursday 2/17/22 in advance of the expected severe weather.
The CDC is celebrating 100 days of school. Please join us in this celebration and contact your child's teacher with any questions.
Cullman County Schools will transition to remote learning Thursday 1/20 and Friday 1/21. At this time, we plan to return to in-classroom instruction on Monday, 1/24. Statement from Dr. Barnette, Cullman County School Superintendent "I had hoped the numbers would get better this week, but unfortunately, we have a lot of students and staff out today. We've been strategic, shifting staff from other schools and the Central Office to cover absences with a goal of sustaining in-person learning, but we have reached a point that we need to transition to remote learning. With that in mind, along with the potential for winter weather Thursday and Friday, all Cullman County Schools will be operating remotely the rest of the week. Your child will be sent home with work for the next two days. Weather permitting, faculty and staff who are healthy will be on campus and able to assist your child digitally. Please know that I firmly believe that there is no equivalent substitute for in-person learning. I want our children in the classroom. I hope we will see improvement by next week."
Cullman County Schools will transition to remote learning Thursday 1/20 and Friday 1/21. At this time, we plan to return to in-classroom instruction on Monday, 1/24. Statement from Dr. Barnette, Cullman County School Superintendent: "I had hoped the numbers would get better this week, but unfortunately, we have a lot of students and staff out today. We've been strategic, shifting staff from other schools and the Central Office to cover absences with a goal of sustaining in-person learning, but we have reached a point that we need to transition to remote learning. With that in mind, along with the potential for winter weather Thursday and Friday, all Cullman County Schools will be operating remotely the rest of the week. Your child will be sent home with work for the next two days. Weather permitting, faculty and staff who are healthy will be on campus and able to assist your child digitally. Please know that I firmly believe that there is no equivalent substitute for in-person learning. I want our children in the classroom. I hope we will see improvement by next week."
CDC Personnel, The all call app has been updated. If you know of parents that are not getting the all call, text, etc messages as was sent yesterday, please email me and we will contact CO to get this fixed. Thank you all for your patience and professionalism. Your flexibility with all the challenges we have is appreciated. Thankful for our jobs, good people and most of all God's grace.
Due to the number of COVID positives among students and adults, CDC will be on remote learning from Tuesday, January 18 - Friday, January 21. Teachers will be in contact concerning virtual lessons.
Cullman County Schools will operate remotely on Friday 1/14/22. The decision to hold classes remotely is due primarily to the number of teachers and staff who are sick. After-school events will be allowed to continue because this dismissal is due to not having enough teachers and staff to operate during the school day. Teachers and staff who are not sick will still report to work tomorrow.
CDC Family, K-12th student attendance is important to overall achievement of goals for each student. We have many challenges with various sicknesses going on. As always, we will work with you on those special circumstances but we need consistent communication. A reminder that students get 3 parent notes per semester and unlimited Dr. Notes. On the 1st unexcused absence an attendance letter will be sent. On the 3rd unexcused a parent conference will be scheduled and on the 5th unexcused absence, the student will be referred to for truancy. We value time in the classroom and are striving to get as much face to face instructional time with students. Help us by being consistent with communication with your child's teacher. Thank you again and please take advantage of our free virtual parent training on ABA techniques Jan 13th 8-9am or 5-6pm. Thank you and have a great evening. GO LIONS!!!
Cullman County Schools will have a remote learning day Friday 1/7 due to the weather. Teachers will provide students with either a digital or paper assignment to be completed. Everyone stay safe.
After reviewing the latest National Weather Service update, Cullman County Schools will continue with the 2-hour delay today, Thursday 1/6. Campuses will be open and buses will run 2 hours behind their normal schedule.
Cullman County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay on Thursday, January 6, 2022. Buses will run two hours late. Employees, please report two hours later than your normally scheduled time.
CDC Family, A big thank you to our CIP team, parents, service providers and our maintenance workers for their efforts to start a Parent Resources Library of materials. This information is relative to resources available to enhance services to all students. Please feel free to come by and check out this library and if you see something that is not displayed, let us know so we can add to it.
Parents and family support, Please take advantage of this resource. You can email me firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to your child's teacher if you have any questions.
From the CDC Family: Happy Thanksgiving to all. Enjoy this time with family and friends. Temperatures are starting to drop so please check your smoke detector batteries, review your safety plan and meeting place in case of a fire, and check those sources of heat for safety. Thankful for all our great people doing great things. Enjoy the break and GO LIONS!!
Cullman County Schools will delay opening by 2 hours today due to flooding, Thursday 10/7/21. 12-month employees report at regular time.