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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Good Hope High School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Tribe Time

School of Distinction AwardCullman County Schools

Principal, Dr. John Hood     

Superintendent, Dr. Shane Barnette

Good Hope High School’s Tribe Time provided a strong, student-centered mentoring program where Tribe Leaders (mentors) followed mentees throughout his/her high school career. During Tribe Time, mentors worked with students individually to analyze transcripts. By applying the students’ future expectations, the mentee established college/career paths. Utilizing checklists, students navigated decisions for courses lacked and courses instrumental or required in preparing for post-secondary education and career planning. Each student utilized a Transcript Evaluation and Credit Review handout to evaluate transcripts with earned course credit and courses needed to graduate. This process also looked closely at CTE requirements. Tribe Time Mondays were earmarked as reading days designed to improve comprehension and fluency with each tribe reading from a common selection. The remainder of the week, students were given Tribe Time to complete Tribe lessons focused on character building, work on other assignments or missed tests, or receive extra help. Tribe Time was also used to encourage and strengthen school pride and create unity among tribes. Before an important football game, the student section was given time to collaborate and work on signs, banners, and chants. Through Tribe Time, students made life-long friendships with other students they would not otherwise have met.

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