Cullman City Schools Foundation donates microscopes to middle school
Cullman Middle School students in Bama Turner's eighth-grade science class are using three new microscopes funded by Cullman City Schools Foundation to view California blackworms.
West Elementary School's talent show finalists
Students at West Elementary School recently participated in a talent audition. Over 25 acts auditioned in a front of a panel of judges.
New rule prompts Wallace State to offer Medical Assistant Review Course
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently posted a new “CMS Rule for Meaningful Order Entry” in regard to order entry by medical personnel at the direction of a physician. According to the final rule issued Aug. 12, 2012, by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, only “credentialed medical assistants” are able to enter orders into the Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) system.
5 myths about the North Pole
Let's consider some of the biggest misconceptions about the North Pole and how its landscape is changing.
Science's top 10 breakthroughs of 2013
Every year, the editors of Science huddle together and pick an outstanding scientific achievement as the Breakthrough of the Year.
Cullman City teachers receive grants
The Cullman City Schools Foundation recently awarded $12,480 to 33 Cullman City School teachers, including one grant for $368 from the 1984 Tony Ray Brock Music Enhancement Fund. Thanks in part to a $5,000 grant from the Cullman County Community Development Commission.
Cullman City Schools Foundation seeking nominations
Nominations for the Distinguished Alumni, Distinguished Service, and Promising Alumni awards are due Friday, Jan. 17, 2014.
Garden City Elementary's Spelling Bee champs
Garden City Elementary held their Spelling Bee Dec. 3, 2013. The winner was J.W. Neal and the runner up was Keaton Kahler.
Cold Springs' 'drunk driving' simulation
Recently, the Cold Springs Family and Consumer Classes participated in a “drunk driving” and texting simulation. The students have been learning about alcohol and its effects on the changes in families.
Wallace State celebrated Native American Heritage Month
Wallace State Community College celebrated Native American Heritage Month in November by hosting former student LaShanda April Bremer-Bennett, a proud member of the Navajo tribe.
Bremer-Bennett grew up in Gallup, N.M., where the largest concentration of the Navajo nation still resides. Since 2006, Bremer-Bennett has alternated living in both Alabama and New Mexico after meeting some Alabamians through summer Bible school camps on her reservation.
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