In the Loop
December 31, 2018
Trussville City Schools Wishes You A Happy and Safe New Year...Bring on 2019!
Congratulations to Trussville City Schools!
The Alabama Department of Education released report cards for public schools and school systems. Trussville City Schools is proud to report that the TCS School System received a 96. The system is ranked #2 in the State for the 2017-18 school year.
TCS Schools report card grades are:
Cahaba Elementary School = A
Magnolia Elementary School = A
Paine Elementary School = A
Hewitt-Trussville Middle School = A
Hewitt-Trussville High School = A
Congratulations to the Faculty/Staff, Administrators, CO, Board of Education, Students, Parents and the Community for the outstanding report card. We look forward to continued success and thank you all for your partnership in educating the students of Trussville!
Watch for more detailed information to follow in January about the report card.
Congratulations to the HTMS 8th Grade Art Students! HTMS Students were selected to design and create Christmas Ornaments for the Alabama Tree in Washington, D.C. Great Job Students!
Magnolia Elementary School Buddy Fence is complete! Awesome!
Art Teacher Callie Ward, Board Member Dr. Ward and students from Magnolia Elementary complete the buddy fence. Thank you to all who had a hand in completing this project! It is beautiful!
Paine Student Leadership Team Displays Compassion at Jessie's Place
The Paine Student Leadership Team visited the shelter Jessie’s Place to serve lunch to the residents and deliver toys to the children. Students were elated to demonstrate the true meaning of compassion by helping others in need.
Paine Student Leadership Team Toy Drive
Students collected toys from each classroom at Paine to help bring joy to children who are less fortunate during this holiday season. All toys were donated to Toys for Tots and Jessie’s Place.
Trussville City Schools Chosen to Attend Build A Better Book Training!
Trussville City Schools has been accepted to attend the "Build A Better Book Training" Program in Boulder, Colorado February 28-March 1, 2019. Technology Coordinator, April Chamberlain said, "I am so excited for this opportunity to meet accessibility needs of our students and others in Alabama! As part the university paying for our training and travel, we will host at least one turn around training."
From Stacey Forsyth, PhD, Director, CU Science Discovery at the University of Colorado Boulder, "Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to attend our upcoming Build a Better Book training workshop! We had a very strong applicant pool this year and we are excited about the outreach, support, and partnerships that your site can offer in helping to build and sustain the Build a Better Book network."
Congratulations to April Chamberlain and her team!