Blended Learning & Spring Break Feeding

All Huntsville City Schools remain closed through April 3rd.  Beginning Monday, April 6th, Huntsville City Schools will begin implementation of a Blended Learning Plan.  The Rock Worship Center & The Dream Center, in partnership with The Manna House, will be continuing curbside meal distribution during spring break.  We are grateful for the support of our community!  For more information about the blended learning plan, academic enrichment activities, and spring break feeding sites, please use the More Information button below to visit the Coronavirus & Crisis Contingency Plan page.


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DeLinda Morris

Art is the essence of Life! Ms. Morris served in the Hamilton County school system in Chattanooga, TN for six years. The vast experience of Ms. Morris includes nonprofit, private business and higher education. Her experience includes a holistic view of Art education and promotes the arts in every academic discipline.
Bachelors of Science-Art Education/Alabama A&M University
Master of Arts in Education (k-12) Tusculum College
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership/ Alabama A&M University
Class B, Visual Arts, P-12
Ext. 2809
During the six years of her role as the Visual Arts Department Chair in Chattanooga, TN, Ms. Morris received "Teacher of the Year" from the downtown Kiwanis club; served as a Humanities Fellow, community liaison and established community partnerships. In 2000, the Visual Arts class designed the Marquis design for the Howard School of Academics and Technology currently displayed at the school. Also, recognition was received while working with Davis Hills middle school as the Art Teacher.

The accomplishments include: "Teacher of the Month", established a character incentive program for 6th-8th-grade students and created original stage designs for plays and community programs. Ms. Morris has served as the Jemison High School Teacher for three years and has received awards for student accomplishments from Redstone Arsenal, NASA and Rosie's International nonprofit organization. The organization recognized Ms. Morris three years consecutively as the Black History Art Teacher of the Year. Also, she received a resolution from Huntsville City schools for her accomplishments. Currently, Ms. Morris received a grant for the Art department for over $20,000.