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Welcome to East Elementary School

East Elementary is a part of the Cullman City School District in Cullman, Alabama.  The EES campus is located in the beautiful historic area of Cullman.

Our current enrollment is 582 students in grades 2 - 6. We offer an excellent educational experience as well as opportunities for involvement in many student clubs and activities.  

East Elementary was selected as a 
2015 CLAS Banner School by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS).  East was also a 2008 National Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence  and a 2009 CLAS Banner School. East has also been chosen as an International Literacy Association Exemplary School for Literacy. 


We challenge our teachers and students to:


Be Excellent...every day in every way!


What's Happening
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EES PTO NEWS
Next Meeting April 27th @ 8:30 in Lunchroom  READ MORE...
Archery Team
East Archers Defend State Title
The East Elementary archery team has done it again - Another state championship! Congratulations to this great group of archers, their coaches, their families and the East Elementary administration on their championship performance   READ MORE...
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News from The East Side
Check out the most recent EES news from Mr. Wiggins.   READ MORE...
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East Data Presentation
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Cullman City Schools Foundation