March 2, 2018
Congratulations to Principal's List and Honor Roll Recipients
Honor Roll and Principal’s List students who attended Trexler last year or perhaps had a sibling who attended Trexler in the past will recall having a pizza snack as a small way of celebrating their accomplishment. Unfortunately, changes in the Federal Lunch Program, do not allow schools to provide snacks to students. Therefore, we plan to reward our scholars with a fieldtrip in the coming weeks just to show our appreciation for all your hard work! Be on the lookout soon for a permission slip for the trip and congratulations to all Honor Roll and Principal’s List students.
Principal's List for 2nd 9 Weeks
Honor Roll for 2nd 9 Weeks
2018 North Carolina National Geographic State Bee - Zakery Smith
We have just received word that 8th grader, Zakery Smith, is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2018 North Carolina National Geographic State Bee. This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 30th year. School Bees were held in schools with fourth- through eighth-grade students throughout the state to determine each school champion. School champions then took a qualifying test, which they submitted to the National Geographic Society. The National Geographic Society has invited up to 100 of the top-scoring students in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Department of Defense Dependents Schools and U.S. territories to compete in the State Bees. We congratulate Zakery on his accomplishment and wish him well in the state competition scheduled for April.
The Statewide Tornado Drill is scheduled for Wednesday, March 7 at about 9:30 AM.
The PTO Corner
Attention 8th Grade Students and Parents in the Richlands High School district
Richlands High School will begin their work to transition eighth graders to high school next week. First, students will attend a Student Orientation on March 6th during the school day. Students need to return their permission slip to their teacher no later than Monday, March 5th in order to attend. Then, they will have a rising Eighth Grade Parent Night for parents and students in the RHS Auditorium on March 8, 2018, at 7:00pm.
*We have not been notified of any orientation events for other schools that Trexler students are districted to attend; however, as soon as that information is made available we will pass it along.
FROM THE COUNSELORS DESK – ANNA TAYLOR & DEANNA FORD
As counselors, we meet with students on a variety of topics related to academic success, behavior concerns, and social/emotional health. One of the top areas of concern for our students this year includes HOW TO DEAL WITH CONFLICT ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Below we have listed links to help educate yourself on cyberbullying and how to help your student if they face these issues in the future.
PARENT CYBERBULLYING RESOURCE
What anyone can do to help prevent bullying.
CYBER-BULLYING AND THE LAW
The following links can provide you with laws and statutes pertaining to cyber-bullying.
The following additional resources provides individuals with tips to help stop cyber-bullying.
A Message from Mr. Sunding, Trexler Boys Soccer Head Coach
The Boy’s Soccer team played their first two games this week against Hunters Creek and Northwoods Park. The gentleman played physically and controlled the ball against their opponents. Come out to support your Falcons on Tuesday, March 6th for our first home game against the Swansboro Pirates.
Throughout the year, the AVID students have had the privilege of welcoming many people from different occupations come to speak to them. On February 26th they welcomed Angie Hudson. She has the exciting job of being a pharmacist at Realo in Jacksonville. She was able to explain to the students everything it takes to work in this field. The students thoroughly enjoyed learning about what happens behind the counter at a pharmacy. Mrs. Hudson was able to walk them through what the students need to do and classes they need to take after middle school if they are interested in working in this field. It was such a pleasure to hear Mrs. Hudson speak about the life of a pharmacist.