In the Loop
April 9, 2021
District/Board of Education
Final Weeks of 2020-2021 School Year
Congratulations to everyone for working together to ensure a successful school year in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic. The finish line for this school year is only 7 weeks away and we plan to keep our health and safety precautions in place until the last day of school. The safety of our employees and students remains our 1st priority. As we enter these final weeks, TCS will continue to follow the CDC recommendations to wear masks, social distance, wash hands, and sanitize buildings in order to safely complete this school year.
Working together means winning together!
Dr. Pattie Neill
HTHS Senior Wins SSA Scholarship
Buy a Brick: TCS Foundation Fundraiser
T-Shirt Design Gallery Underway at Paine Elementary
World Autism Day Celebrated at Cahaba Elementary
Many Cahaba Elementary students, faculty, and staff dressed in blue to recognize the fourteenth annual World Autism Awareness Day, April 2, 2021.
Joined by the international community, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes and communities around the world come together each April 2 to Light It Up Blue in recognition of people with autism and those who love and support them. Autism-friendly events and educational activities take place all month, aiming to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism, foster worldwide support and inspire a kinder, more inclusive world.
Hewitt-Trussville Middle School
Hewitt-Trussville High School
Record Number of "AP Readers" at HTHS
Amiya Payne: ASWA 7A Player of the Year
Top 10 Finish, AGAIN: Hospitality/Culinary Arts Academy
The HTHS Hospitality and Culinary Arts Academy has once again placed in America's Top 10 for the NASA HUNCH Culinary Challenge! (Last year, HTHS won 1st Place!). Sponsors HUNCH and Sullivan University continue to craft COVID-friendly plans whereby teams can still be involved in the final cook-off and judging events. That event is scheduled for April 22nd. The American Culinary Federation is scheduled to be involved in this livestreamed event. Kudos to Academy Director Mrs. Anna Hallman and her student chefs!
Academy of Craft Training Recognizes HTHS Student
The Academy of Craft Training (ACT) named Hewitt-Trussville High School student David Johnson as March's Employee of the Month for Welding. Johnson scored the highest score based on ACT's employability scale this month. The employees of the month receive a tool from one of ACT's industry partners. In addition, ACT highlights students like Johnson on-site and through social platforms. We congratulate David Johnson on his success!
Tracking the Huskies - Highlights
City Shout Outs...
Trussville Youth Cheer Association (TYCA) - Registration
2021-2022 1st – 6th Grade / Registration will be ONLINE this year....DEADLINE: April 15, 2021
Please visit this link to register. You will need:
- Copy of Birth Certificate
- Proof of Trussville residency (two utility bills with same address or deed)
- Registration fee of $300.00 (SR 2 registration is $350.00)
- This registration fee covers most of your daughter’s needs for the season including uniform, camp clothes, shoes, pom poms, bag and ribbons!
- Debit and credit card payments only
- Your daughter must be eligible to enroll in 1st – 6th grades through Trussville City Schools
Uniform fittings will be IN PERSON
- Fittings will be held at the Trussville Civic Center
- April 25th from 2:30pm-5:30pm
- May 3rd from 5:00pm-7:00pm
- You only need to attend one fitting. Specific times for each squad will be announced after the close of online registration.
- At this time, masks are required
Sorry, no late registration. LIKE us on FACEBOOK…Trussville Youth Cheerleading Association (direct link to register is posted on the FB page). Direct questions to: email@example.com
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