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The Homewood City School System is committed to providing a school environment that enhances learning and develops lifelong wellness practices. Schools will encourage students to develop healthy habits of eating and physical activity.

School Nurses Information from the nurses: 

Edgewood Elementary - Cindy Geer

Hall-Kent Elementary - Ellen Trimm

Shades Cahaba Elementary - Cindy Honea

Homewood Middle - Beverly Young

Homewood High - Teresa Aultman

Prescription/Non-Prescription Medication Form

Prescription/Non-Prescription Medication Form (Spanish)

When Should My Child Stay Home from School?

 Student Flu Vaccine Information and Consent Form

2016 Flu Shot Dates:

Students who plan to participate should do so at their school.

Shades Cahaba: October 10

Edgewood:October 11

HHS: October 12

HMS: October 13

Hall-Kent:October 14



The Movement Notes from Coach Spurlock
The Movement is a culture change that promotes healthy lifestyles and provides an amazing opportunity for employees to not only improve fitness for themselves but also model wellness for students.  The Homewood City School Mission Statement is “empower each student to reach his/her own unique potential.”  Students can only be empowered if employees are empowered.  The result of employees and students focused on wellness is improved on the job performance for employees and improved academic performance for students.

Contact Nivada Spurlock

The Movement Blog

Wellness Plan




It is the policy of the Homewood City School Board that no person in this district shall, on the basis of race, color, disability, creed, religion, sex, age, or national origin be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in any education program or activity.  This includes employment, retention, and promotion.
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