city schools new employees

East Elementary instructional assistant Nina Mills, from left, Cullman High School English teacher Mary Lauren Hartline, CHS English teacher Tyler Pitzing, Cullman Middle School special education teacher Adam McGee and Information Technology manager Michael Fowlkes were all introduced as new employees of the Cullman City School System.

Repairs for Cullman City schools damaged by the March 19 hailstorm can get underway after the Cullman City School Board awarded bids for the projects.

Porter Roofing Contractors, Inc. from Morrison, Tenn. was contracted for roof replacement at West Elementary School and Cullman's Willoughby Roofing was awarded the bid for East Elementary's roof replacement.

In other business, the board:

Approved 2018-19 Salary Schedules

Approved the Head Start 2017-18 Supplemental Budget Application for a 2.6 percent cost of living allowance in the amount of $24,482

Approved a consulting agreement between Cullman City Head Start and Essential Elements, LLC to provide technical and training services (Head Start Funds)

Approved a Community Partnership Agreement between Head Start and Cullman County Library

Approved stipends to teachers at Cullman City Primary School for Coding Training (Title One Funds)

Approved stipends to teachers and support personnel at Cullman City Primary School for medication training (Central Office Funds)

Approved stipends to Amanda Turner and Anna Anderson to help develop and update Title One Plan and prepare for 2019 Advance ED monitoring

Approved a contract with Karla Rodriquez to help prepare for the 2018-19 school year and participate in recruitment activities (Head Start Funds)

Approved a contract with John Drake to provide necessary support, maintenance, updates, and operation needs for the CHS television production studio June 7 to Aug. 1, 2018 (Career Tech O&M Funds)

Approved a contract with Amy Gleaton to provide necessary support, scheduling, contacts, and operation needs for the CCS Work Based learning Program (i.e., Cooperative Education Program) June 7 to Aug. 1, 2018 (Career Tech O&M Funds)

Approved a contract with Amber Hembree to provide counseling duties at East Elementary School during the summer of 2018 (General Fund)

Approved a contract with Jennifer Callahan to provide curriculum duties during the summer of 2018

Approved a contract with curriculum coach Erica Rutherford during the summer of 2018

Approved the following personnel considerations

Resignations

Kassandra Cox, instructional assistant at Cullman City Primary School, effective May 25.

Sarah Thompson, Early Morning EDP at CCPS, effective May 24.

Harris Crumbley, Early Morning EDP, effective May 24.

Lauren Harbison, Extended Day Program aide, effective May 24.

Ashlee Kuri, Extended Day Program aide, effective May 24.

Teri Weaver, English Language Arts teacher at Cullman High School, effective May 25.

Transfer

Blakely Burns, transfer from first-grade teacher at Cullman City Primary School to second-grade teacher at East Elementary School

Employments

Michael Fowlkes, information technology manager, tentative beginning date of June 21.

Adam Connor McGee, special education teacher at Cullman Middle School, beginning Aug. 2.

Chloe Harbison, temporary kindergarten teacher at Cullman City Primary School to fill a leave of absence tentatively beginning Aug. 2 through Dec. 19.

Ashton Laney, Extended Day Program aide at Cullman City Primary School, beginning Aug. 7.

Raegan Stephens, Extended Day Program aide at Cullman City Primary School, beginning Aug. 7.

Erica Veal, Head Start disabilities manager at Cullman City Primary School, beginning Aug. 2.

Crystal Sparks, instructional assistant at East Elementary, beginning Aug. 2.

Nina Mills, instructional assistant at East Elementary, beginning Aug. 2.

Mary Lauren Hartline, English language arts teacher at Cullman High School, beginning Aug. 2.

Tyler Pitzing, English language arts teacher at Cullman High School, beginning Aug. 2.

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