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Homewood City Schools superintendent Bill Cleveland

Lexi Coon

Bill Cleveland will retire from his position as Homewood City Schools superintendent after serving in the position for 12 years. Read more

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Sam Chandler

Homewood Mayor Scott McBrayer delivered his 11th state-of-the-city address during the Homewood Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday, Jan. 21, at The Club. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Stephen McGhee.

Registration for the 2020 Joy League Baseball season opened Saturday, Feb. 1, at Edgewood Elementary School. The final day of registration is Feb. 29. Read more

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The series of construction projects underway across the Homewood City Schools system will wrap up in February 2020, and the project managers are anticipating the budget will exceed the funding provided by the city. Read more

Schools

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Lexi Coon.

Superintendents, including Homewood's Bill Cleveland, and the Jefferson County and Shelby County sheriff's office met on March 12 to discuss school safety with local representatives. Read more

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Courtesy of Mike Mouron

The council also decided to carry over a funding request from the Board of Education and Hoar Program Management to get more clarity on the parameters for using bond issue funds. Read more

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Courtesy of Cooperative Strategies

These results are based on Cooperative Strategies' analysis of Homewood student population, neighborhoods and birth trends. Read more

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Sydney Cromwell

The public forums will be held at all three elementary schools. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Homewood City Schools.

Homewood City Schools Superintendent Bill Cleveland read to kindergarten and first-grade students at Hall-Kent Elementary School recently, and the classes talked about the importance of reading. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

School system begins strategic planning for future growth. Read more

Schools

April 19 Board of Education meeting

Sydney Cromwell

The math team won state championships for the fourth year in a row, this year in all three categories of geometry, algebra II and comprehensive math. Also, the basketball team was honored for their recent state championship win. Read more

Schools

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Photo by Emily Featherston.

For Stacy Flippen, being aware of the gap in Homewood City Schools funding wasn’t enough. When she learned that the schools, especially the high school, are not always able to find funding for technology and teacher enrichment, she decided to help. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

Superintendent Dr. Bill Cleveland said Homewood is very fortunate to have the Homewood City Schools Foundation that is very active and supportive of his district’s teachers and students. Read more

Schools

Homewood City Schools hosted the Over The Mountain Child Nutrition Program Summer Workshop this summer. The program allowed Homewood and Mountain Brook CNP workers to come together and learn new cooking techniques and new recipes for fresh produce. Read more

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Homewood community members shared their love of reading with Shades Cahaba Elementary School first graders during the grade’s writing celebration. Read more

Shades Cahaba

Hall-Kent Elementary students in Katie Wallace’s class made the first piece of student artwork to hang in the new Homewood Board of Education building. The students made the painting using Cs for Dr. Bill Cleveland and his secretary, Cindy Hutchinson Read more

Hall-Kent

Homewood Superintendent Bill Cleveland and Jefferson County Department of Health officials answered questions from 50 concerned parents Wednesday night after a Homewood High freshmen was identified with tuberculosis, a potentially deadly disease. Read more

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HCS Superintendent Dr. Bill Cleveland impersonated President Franklin D. Roosevelt for a presentation to Homewood Middle School sixth-graders. Read more

HMS

Homewood City Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Bill Cleveland was selected as this year’s Alabama State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (ASAHPERD) Outstanding Administrator Award recipient. Read more

Schools

Homewood Middle School was packed with fun and laughter at the second annual HMS Fest in November. Read more

HMS

  • Homewood City Schools superintendent Bill Cleveland

    Lexi Coon

    Homewood City Schools superintendent Bill Cleveland

    Bill Cleveland will retire on June 30 and plans to join LEAN Frog Business Solutions as the vice president of sales and operations.

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