Holly Pond High School received some much-needed upgrades to its facility. The new wing to the high school will have a state-of-the-art Family and Consumer Science room, two new classrooms, storage rooms, and to top it off, it can be used as a huge tornado shelter. Cullman County School Superintendent Shane Barnette said, “We are very excited about the new Holly Pond Family and Consumer Science building, additional classrooms, and paving. I am so proud for the entire community. There will be an Open House planned soon so that everyone can come out and tour the new facility.”
Holly Pond has also received some much-needed paving to the parking lot and road traveling beside the football field to the baseball and softball fields. Essentially, if there were gravel roads or parking areas, it has now been paved to make travel safer and more accessible.
Steve Miller, Holly Pond High School Principal, was ecstatic about the upgrades to the facility. Miller said, “I am really excited for our students and community. The new addition will provide two new classrooms and a state-of-the-art Family and Consumer Science facility. We have also just completed a major paving project which will bring a significant change to the appearance and functionality of our campus. I really appreciate Dr. Barnette and our school board for all they have done for us. More exciting upgrades are coming soon. Go Broncos!!”.