A Peek at Paine Primary

Keeping Up With Your Little Husky!

Welcome Back!

We were so glad to see all of our little huskies back on Wednesday! We hope each of you had a blessed, beautiful, and restful break. We are excited and energized to begin 2016!!
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January 11-15, 2016

Quote of the Week

“And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been” – Rainer Maria Rilke

Week at a Glance

Monday B-Day -January 11

  • PTO Meeting@10:00-PI Amphitheater
  • After School Activities: Discovery Club (PI); Karate (PP Lunchroom)

Tuesday C-Day-January 12

  • After School Activity: Young Rembrandts (PI)

Wednesday D-Day January 13

  • Math Team @8:00
  • After School Activity: Young Rembrandts (PI); Karate (PP Lunchroom)

Thursday E-Day-January 14

  • No events scheduled
Friday F-Day-January 15
  • Robotics Team @8:00
  • Friday Freeze

January Lunch Link

Please click the link below to sign-up for a time to eat lunch with your child!

Lunch Reservations for January

Respectful Riders for November

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Respectful Riders for December

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ABC 33/40 Benchmark Teacher of the Week


Do you want your child’s teacher to know how you appreciate what she does each day?

If so, nominate her for ABC 33/40’s Benchmark Teacher of the Week!

Please visit www.abc3340.com for details, including nomination guidelines and information about the teacher prize pack.

Nominations can be made each week through March.

Reminders from the Office...

Attendance...

Please send all emailed parent excuses or attendance correspondence to your child's teacher and ppattendance@trussvillecityschools.com.


School Visits...

Remember to always bring your driver's license whenever you plan to visit the school. All visitors will be asked to provided their driver's license each time they are on campus and will move about the building. This precaution is part of our schoolwide safety plan and one of the ways we try to keep all students, teachers, and staff safe. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

A Note about the Elementary School Transition

Dear Paine Elementary Parents,

Happy New Year! We trust that everyone had a restful break and enjoyed some quality time with your children. As we move into the second half of the school year, we want to share some transition news from Dr. Neill. Over the next several months, the three elementary principals will be rotating positions within the buildings for six week increments. This will allow all faculty, staff, parents and students to become more familiar with the members of our administrative team as we move closer toward the opening of our new schools. This schedule will also enable the principals to view each of our teachers working with students as we reacquaint ourselves with a K-5 environment.


Below is the the “Elementary Principal Transition Plan” :

Paine K-2 Office

Dr. Evans (Jan.11-Feb 19)

Dr. Jeter (Feb. 22-Mar. 25)


Paine 3-5 Office

Mrs. Schmitt (Jan. 11-Feb. 19)

Dr. Evans (Feb. 22-Mar. 25)


Floating Principal (Working between both schools)

Dr. Jeter (Jan. 11-Feb. 19)

Mrs. Schmitt (Feb. 22-Mar. 25)


Our first priority is to ensure that our students continue to receive excellent services and instruction as they do now. We are fortunate in Trussville City Schools that our faculty and staff work so well with our students. We thank you for trusting us with your children’s safety and education. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions.


Betsy Schmitt
J. Tygar Evans

Autumm Jeter

After School Activities

Students and parents can get an update of community events and activities from information on the Community Activity Table. Information that is age appropriate for our students will be available for anyone interested in after-school activities, extra-curricular activities, and community events. Parents and students are encouraged to stop by the Community Activity Table and pick up any information that may interest you. The Community Activity Table is located in the rear of the school near car line doors.


Current After School Activities at Paine Primary: Karate, Discovery Club, Young Rembrandts

Help Split That Library!

Paine Primary Library is beginning preliminary work to split the library collection for the new elementary schools!

We need regular, faithful volunteers who can pick one day and volunteer one hour on that day each week to help us mark the books for their new schools. With 25,000 items, we need YOU! Please click on our Sign Up Genius and select a day today. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Brockman – Rachel.brockman@trussvillecityschools.com

Trussville City Schools' P.A.C.E. (Positive Attitudes Change Everything) Program

Trussville City Schools continue to help develop the whole child through the implementation of its P.A.C.E. program, which focuses on building character. This month's focus is responsibility, which means owning up to your part in creating a situation and working to find realistic soultions. Be sure to talk with your child this month in particular about things for which they are responsible.

TRUSSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS

Vision

Educators, staff, parents, and the community will work together to help students
move forward on a positive path toward college and career readiness.


Mission

The Mission of Trussville City Schools is to educate all students using high standards in a safe, nurturing

environment fostering academic and career competencies that prepare them to be productive citizens.