Reopening of Schools Update

July 23, 2020

Trussville City Schools

113 North Chalkville Road, Trussville, AL 35173

(205) 228-3000

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Superintendent Message for the Week Ending July 23

Dr Neill 7 23 2020

Current School Choices

Of 4650 responses:

Option A - Traditional School is 78.5%

Option B - Husky Online Academy is 12.9%

Option C - Husky Online Academy Plus+ is 8.6%

Governor Ivey's health order expires July 31, 2020. If health orders change next week pertaining to reopening schools, Trussville City Schools will update you regarding any changes. Then, if any parent wants to change their option based on new orders, they will have until August 2 to make a change from their previously selected option. Look for more information from TCS next week. We will send an option registration link if changes occur.

Pie Chart with option %'s below in paragraph


Be Kind to Others by Practicing the 3 W's

1. Wash your hands

2. Watch your distance

3.Wear a mask

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It's a Virtual Gala!

Paws for a Cause Virtual Gala tickets on sale today - info in paragraph below

The 2020 Paws for a Cause Gala is going Virtual!

The 2020 Paws for a Cause Gala is going Virtual!

Support Trussville City Schools from the privacy of your own home or wherever you choose to be! Through the Husky Fast Network App you will be able to see the excitement of the the $10,000 drawdown. Just like every year you will have opportunities to win fantastic door prizes as well as bid on Silent Auction items through the Auctria App. So charge up those iPads, tablets and smartphones and make plans to be with us on Saturday, August 22, 2020 at 6:30pm. Thanks to this years Title Sponsors Sargent McDonald Team and M3 Performance & Physical Therapy!

The portion of funds earned by TCSF will be given to Trussville City Schools to help meet the financial needs for equipment and materials needed to keep our students, teachers and staff safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Buy your ticket today for only $100 and have a chance to win $10K, all while supporting your hometown school system. For $600, same price as a table last year, you can be a SILVER sponsor and receive 4 tickets along with advertisement for being a sponsor. We can make a difference-TOGETHER!

Click here to buy tickets or Silver Sponsorship now!



The 2020 Census is very important to the future of the City of Trussville and the State of Alabama.

Did you know?

  • The Census directly impacts funding for Trussville for the next decade.

  • Gasoline tax funds, including the new 10-cent gasoline tax are based upon our Census count for the following ten years.

  • Internet sales tax is distributed on a population basis from the Census count.

  • Capital Improvement funds and other funds from the State are allocated by Census population.

  • Businesses use census data to determine where to build offices, stores, and industrial facilities that create jobs and tax dollars in our community.

  • Census statistics are the basis for many federal dollars and grant funding, including programs such as Medicaid, WIC, National School Lunch programs, and Head Start.

  • Each person counted generates almost $1,600 in federal funding for our State and communities.

  • Alabama may lose up to two seats in Congress with less than an 80% response statewide. We may lose one seat with less than 90% response. This dilutes our voice in Washington, D.C. How can you respond to the 2020 Census?

  • Online

  • Telephone

  • Mail

    Watch for an invitation letter mid-March 2020 that has your unique ID to respond

    Your data is confidential and is not shared with IRS, law enforcement, courts, or immigration. Your answers are for statistical purposes only.

    It is your civic duty to say, “I count” by completing your Census questionnaire.

    Contact City Hall with any questions or concerns or visit




Trussville Park & Recreation Flag Football 2020

Fall Flag Football 2020

Registration starts 6/1 and ends 7/31. The cost $100 per player with a $10 discount for multiple kids per family (only good at in person registration). You can register in person at the Civic Center anytime.

Evals will take place as follows in the red gym (bring shoes):
Monday August 10 6u 6pm

Monday August 10 10u 7:30pm Tuesday August 11 8u 6pm Tuesday August 11 12u 7:30pm
Practices will start Monday August 17 And games will start Thursday September 10. Games
will be on Saturdays and Thursdays.

For more info call Zach Manning@508-0347 or email me


Trussville Park & Recreation Softball

TP&R Softball flyer - info in paragraph below

Trussville Park & Recreation Softball 2020 Fall Registration

TBSA Red Storm

Sign Up Today! Ages 3 through 15

Registration Dates:

REC - 07-01-20 - 07-31-20

Register online @

If FEES are paid by 7/15/20, the registration fee is $125 for 6U-15U. (fees for additional players $100-discounted.)Tots players registration is $40 if paid by 7/15/20.If paid between 7/16/20 and 7/31/20, 6U-15U player registration fee is $135. (fees for additional players $110-discounted rate does not apply to TOTS.). Tots players registration is $50if paid between 7/16/2020-7/31/2020.

Games will begin the week of August 24th. Games will be played on Monday and Thursday nights, starting at 6 pm and 7:30 pm. Tots will play Sundays @ 3 pm.

Online Registration and Helpful INFO @WWW.TRUSSVILLESOFTBALL.ORG

Contact Shawn Bowles at 205-718-6457 or email shawn.bowles@gmail.comfor any additional information


Important Information on Summer Reading Programs



Cahaba Elementary School

Click Here for the Summer Reading Program

Click Here for the Summer Challenge


Hewitt-Trussville Middle School

HTMS Summer Reading Information: Upcoming 6th, 7th, and 8th graders will all read ONE BOOK that they have not read before from our list of 10 titles. Students should take good notes about the characters, setting, plot, surprising parts, and favorite parts! We will join book studies when we return to demonstrate our knowledge about the books. Find the books and all the details here:



Hewitt-Trussville High School Career and Technical Education Opportunities

Hewitt Trussville High School is proud to offer a variety of career-themed academies that prepare students for both college and careers. Each academy is comprised of a sequence of courses which build both academic knowledge and technical skills. Students may also earn industry recognized credentials and/or college credit by completing courses or passing certification exams. Students may try classes from several academies throughout their high school career or they may begin an academy as a freshman and continue in the program until graduation. Students who complete a series of three sequential courses from any academy are eligible for the Trussville City Schools Advanced Diploma.

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