Hayes K-8 School
|Hayes K-8 School|
|Birmingham City Schools|
|Location||505 43rd Street North, (map)|
Carol William Hayes K-8 School is a K-8 school in the Birmingham City Schools system, constructed in 2012 on the site of the former Hayes High School at 505 43rd Street North in North Avondale. The principal is Cedric Tatum.
Plans for the $18.25 million school were approved in 2008 and construction began soon after the demolition of the high school in 2009. The newly-elected Birmingham Board of Education debated the idea of building a new high school at the site, halting construction in February 2010. They decided the following September to proceed with the K-8 school, which accepted students from Whatley K-8 School and Gibson Elementary School.
- Leech, Marie (February 9, 2010) "Birmingham school board halts Hayes K-8 school construction to rethink project." The Birmingham News
- Leech, Marie (September 14, 2010) "Birmingham school board votes to proceed with Hayes K-8 school." The Birmingham News
- Chandler, Kim (June 18, 2013) "Alabama Accountability Act: 78 schools listed as failing/ Current private school students not eligible for tax credits." The Birmingham News