In the Loop 2019-2020
September 9, 2019
Neighborhood Bridges Program underway at TCS
Trussville City Schools has launched the Neighborhood Bridges program. This program is an "Opportunity for Kindness" and it matches student/family needs in our school system with donors. This program functions very much like an Angel Tree. This is all done anonymously.
If you have a need: Let your school counselor know in each school where your children attend. The school counselor collects needs for their school and lists them on the Neighborhood Bridges site.
If you want to help: Go to https://www.neighborhoodbridges.org/communities. Once on the page, select Alabama communities at the bottom, scroll down and click Trussville. Enter your email to sign up for the program to become a donor and help a student in need.
How it works: When a need is listed, everyone who has signed up for the program will receive an email with the list of needs. Then you can select to buy any request on the list that you are able to fulfill. Each item can only be selected once. Only new items are accepted.
As soon as possible, drop the item(s) off at the Central Office during school hours or at the Trussville Fire Department on Highway 11 at any time.
Neighborhood Bridges is open to anyone in our community who is looking for an "Opportunity for Kindness". At this time, we are unable to accept monetary donations but we hope to provide that option soon.
Thank you for supporting the students in Trussville City Schools!
Thank You Courtesy GMC....a TCS Partner in Education
Thank you Courtesy GMC for your monthly donations to Trussville City Schools, Trussville City Schools Athletic Foundation and the Courtesy GMC Scholarship fund.
You are a true partner in Education with TCS!
Pictured below: Drew Lolley, GMC, Dr. Pattie Neill, Superintendent and Josh Gargus, GMC
Hewitt-Trussville High School Physics Class Experiment...Learning in Action!
After students complete a lab experiment in physics class, they are given a performance based assessment in which they have to apply what they have learned to achieve a given challenge. After learning about constant motion cars, students were challenged to determine the point at which a faster car will pass a slower car (#CarChase) and the point at which two cars will collide (#DuelingBuggies). Learning in action!
Paine Elementary 5th Grade Breakfast
Paine PTO recently hosted a back to school breakfast for 5th Graders on Friday, September 6th. It was held before school and students thoroughly enjoyed this time together. Thank you Paine PTO!
Paine Elementary Kindergarten Grandparent’s Day Celebration
Paine kindergarten classes hosted a Grandparent’s Day celebration on Friday, September 6th. Kindergarten students shared information about their classrooms and why their grandparents are so special to them. Grandparents also enjoyed yummy treats. Thank you to Paine
kindergarten teachers, PTO, and kindergarten parent volunteers for making this event so special!
“Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.”
Paine Elementary School 3rd Grade Presents....All Things Fall
Cahaba Elementary Annouces P.A.L.S. Academy....Save the Date
Congratulations to Cahaba Elementary Summer Challenge Readers! Way to go!
Our Summer Challenge is over and it's time to celebrate our students who met their goals! 185 students completed at least ONE part of the Challenge and they will be treated to Popsicles Thursday afternoon. 94 friends completed TWO parts of the Challenge. They will receive CES bracelets. 54 Cahaba students finished ALL THREE parts of the challenge. Their pizza party is was last week. Shout Out to these hard workers!
Magnolia Elementary Pride
Magnolia Elementary "Snow" Much to Read Book Fair
Paine Elementary Fall Scholastic Book Fair is Coming
September 23rd to September 27th
Family Nights September 24th and September 26th… 3:30pm to 6:30pm
We can't wait for you to join us for an Arctic Adventure Book Fair...
"SNOW" Many Books to READ!!!
Thanks so much for shopping at our Scholastic Book Fair!!!
HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE FOOTBALL STADIUM RULES
All persons in the stadium are expected to use appropriate language
and behavior with good sportsmanship.
1. All children age 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Spectators are not permitted on the grassy area in the North End of the stadium. No loitering is permitted.
2. Firearms, knives, pyrotechnic devices, air horns, balloons, drones, live animal mascots,
cannons, fireworks, etc. are prohibited at the stadium. Releasing balloons is prohibited.
3. Items such as confetti, skateboards, scooters, Frisbees, roller blades, balls of any kind and
bicycles are not permitted in the stadium. The district also has the right to prohibit any
other object being brought or worn into the stadium.
4. Signs are permitted only on the fence in front of the home or visitor stands. Signs in poor
taste shall be removed. Flags on poles or signs larger than a hand towel are not allowed in
the bleachers. No metal or tin signs or metal noise makers will be allowed in the stadium.
5. Outside food, drinks, gum, seeds, snacks, coolers, and thermos shall not be brought into the stadium. Performers and players may bring drinks into their specific seating area. Glass bottles are prohibited.
6. The use of tobacco and alcoholic products is prohibited on all school property.
7. Pointed objects, including umbrellas, tents or canopies, or objects with sharp and uneven
edges are not allowed on the field or sidelines. This includes any props used by the
cheerleaders, band or drill team.
8. Only students of school organized and approved activities will be allowed on the field
before, during or after the game.
9. Anyone on the sideline not in uniform must have a sideline pass or district ID badge. Any
one without a proper pass or ID will be asked to leave the area. No one is allowed to stand,
photograph or film from the end zone.
10. Due to security concerns, backpacks and handbags may be searched or prohibited.
11. Only emergency vehicles may be parked inside the stadium. No vehicle of any kind will
be allowed on the track or stadium surface.
Any questions or violations should be directed to Barry Allphin,
Assistant Principal of Hewitt-Trussville High School.
Trussville Chamber of Commerce Presents....Taste of Trussville
Don't Miss Out on Your Place in History! Get Your Bricks Now for the HT Stadium!
Trussville City Schools Foundation is excited to again offer a unique and lasting opportunity to leave your mark with a personalized brick to be installed in the walkways near the concession stands at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium.
Individuals, families, and businesses can show their school pride by purchasing an engraved brick. This is also a great way to honor graduating seniors, new kindergarten students, and special teachers or staff members! Bricks can be personalized with names, dates or special messages.
You can view past donors as well as examples of the pavers at the entrance of the stadium just inside the front gates.
Pavers will be ordered in December 2019 and are $50 each for a 4" x 8" brick with 1-3 lines of engraving with 18 to 20 characters per line, including spaces.
Thank you for your support!
To order online please visit: www.polarengraving.com/TCSF
Email email@example.com for questions