Return to In-Person Learning Five Days per Week

Huntsville City Schools (HCS) leaders announced plans during Thursday night’s board of education work session for traditional students to return to school Mondays through Fridays for the second nine weeks beginning Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.  To find out more, please click the more information button below:

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Ms. Kenya Cutts

Welcome to 6th grade! My name is Kenya Cutts and I am so excited to teach Reading and English this year! My journey as an educator has been extremely rewarding. I am looking forward to impacting the lives of my students and inspiring life-long learners. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my three beautiful children, traveling, playing basketball, watching movies, reading, writing and Hula hooping!
Education: 
Master's Degree in Education, Bowie State University
Bachelor's Degree in Education, Bowie State University
Certifications: 
Class A, Elementary Certification, K-6
Class A, Early Childhood Certification, P-3
Phone: 
256-428-7020
Grade: 
6
Department: 
English
Experience: 
I began my career as an educator in 2005 for Prince George's County Public Schools in the state of Maryland. I taught 1st and 4th grades at James Ryder Randall Elementary School. In 2012, I moved to Huntsville and began teaching for Huntsville City Schools where I taught 5th grade at Whitesburg P-8. The next year I became a Reading Intervention Teacher at Huntsville Middle School where I implemented the Read 180 program to 6th, 7th and 8th graders. This is my 6th year at Blossomwood. Throughout my tenure here at Blossomwood, I have enjoyed teaching 6th grade Reading, English and Social Studies.

Email:
kenya.cutts@hsv-k12.org