CULLMAN, Ala. – Friday wraps up a remote learning period for Cullman County Schools. As planned, students will return to the Hybrid Learning Schedule beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19. That schedule is the same as last semester.
All students Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Last names A-K attend Monday, Tuesday
Last names L-Z attend Thursday, Friday
*Parkside, Harmony, Cold Springs sixth graders will follow the Elementary Schedule.
Through CARES Act funding, Cullman County Schools recently added Wi-Fi to more than 40 school buses. Those buses were strategically chosen to spread access evenly across the county and will be available each Wednesday for students who may not have internet at home.
Wi-Fi Name: CCBOE-Bus
Said Cullman County Schools Superintendent Dr. Shane Barnette, “While I understand there are always challenges when you do something different, I believe transitioning to Remote Learning for this week and a half has helped us to be better prepared to have a strong second semester of learning. Hopefully, we will avoid any major quarantines caused by exposure over the holidays. Teachers across the district have commented about being excited to have our students back physically in the building. My plan is to gradually move from hybrid to four days a week for all students, then within a few weeks after that move toward our students being back five days a week. That will be a great day!”