Parent Resources

Common Sense Media for Parents logo
​Common Sense Media gives age-appropriate information about books, movies, websites, etc. so you can decide what media is right for your family.
 Scholastic Science Experiments logo
Scholastic gives help with science fair projects by offering videos of experiments in action.
Scholastic Parents logo 
Scholastic promotes reading at all ages with tips on helping parents build a home library and choosing appropriate books.
 Homework Alabama logo
Homework Alabama offers free online tutoring and academic resources for Alabama residents.
Netsmartz logo 
Net Smartz offers online safety tools for parents and kids with real-life stories on a variety of topics.
PBS for parents logoPBS Parents is trusted resource with information on child development and early learning, with access to educational games and activities.
 Parent Toolkit logo
Parent Toolkit offers grade-by-grade tips to work into your everyday schedule to support what your child is learning in school and promote a healthy lifestyle.

Sylan Book Adventures logo 
Book Adventure is a free online reading program for K-8 with books, quizzes, and motivational rewards. Parents can monitor their child's progress.
Test Guide logo
Test-Guide has test prep, study guides and practice quizzes for exams such as ACT. Information on test dates and locations is also available.
 Alabama Virtual Library logo
Alabama Virtual Library is a group of online databases that have magazine, journal and newspaper articles for research.

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April Tucker (Title IX Coordinator)

PO Box 1590

Cullman, AL 35056

Tiffanye Mitchell (504 Coordinator)

17600 US Hwy 31 N

Cullman, AL 35058


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