A Peek at Paine Primary

Keeping Up With Your Little Husky!

October 19-23, 2015

Quote of the Week

"Education is helping the child realize his potentialities."-Erich Fromm

Helping Turn Trussville Pink

Week at a Glance

Monday G-Day -October19

  • Yearbook Sales Begin
  • TCS Board Meeting@6:00 PM
  • After School Activities: Discovery Club (PI); Karate (PP Lunchroom)

Tuesday H-Day-October 20

  • After School Activity: Young Rembrandts (PI)

Wednesday A-Day-October 21

  • After School Activities: Young Rembrandts (PI); Karate (PP Lunchroom)

Thursday B-Day-October 22

  • No events

Friday C-Day-October 23

  • Health Heroes Flu Clinic
  • HTHS @Hoover

October Lunch Link

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


October 2015 Lunch Reservations

A Note about Attendance

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

October is Parent Visitation Month in Our Schools

Home and School: Cultivating Positive Relationships


Because parent engagement—now more than ever—is such a critical factor in determining the success or failure of students and schools, the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) recognizes the need for ongoing, meaningful parent engagement. The Department is promoting Statewide Parent Visitation Month in October and Trussville City Schools is proud to join in the promotion of parents and schools working together. Parent Visitation Month is intended as a community effort—a time for schools, businesses, community agencies, churches, and government to turn their attention to the important role of parents in the education of their children.


We are encouraging parents to take some time during the month of October and come have breakfast with your little husky. Breakfast is always less frenzied than lunch and would be the perfect time to connect with your child to get the day started!


Please be on the lookout for more opportunities and activities at Paine Primary throughout the month of October to celebrate our partnership with parents!

Is There a Louse in the House?

What are lice?

  • Lice are tiny, wingless insects that live on the human scalp.


What are the symptoms of lice?

  • An itchy scalp is the most common symptom of head lice. Lice lay their eggs near the root of the hair and are about the size of a poppy seeds. They do not wash or are blown away.


What do I do?

  • Use lice shampoo and a nit comb and follow the package instructions. If all the eggs are not removed, the eggs will hatch and lay up to 4-10 eggs a day, causing a re-infestation.


Trussville City Schools follow state guidelines regarding the notification and treatment of pediculosis (head lice). You may review the state position by clicking the link bleow:

State Guidelines on Head Lice

Information on how to help prevent and treat lice can be found at the link below:

TCS Lice Information

Notify Me

Have you signed up for the NotifyMe service on the new Paine Primary and Trussville City Schools websites? If not, please do so today! Signing up for NotifyMe will allow us to send you announcements (including emergency information) from the school and the district.

Visit http://paineprimary.al.tcp.schoolinsites.com/ and http://paineprimary.al.tcp.schoolinsites.com/, click on the box, then follow the directions to sign up.

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

Shoparoo

This year we are excited to be partnering with a fun, free, and truly easy fundraiser called Shoparoo! Schools nationwide are already earning hundreds and even thousands every year through Shoparoo and it’s a great opportunity for us to really make a difference this year!

Shoparoo is school fundraising made easy: the free app turns pictures of your everyday shopping receipts into cash donations and sweepstakes entries for our school! Yep, it’s that simple. No more cutting labels, selling door to door, or time-consuming coordinating. All you have to do is shop as you normally do, snap pictures of your receipts with the app, and voila Just shop, snap, earn!

Get started today:

1. Download the free Shoparoo app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store

2. Select our school from the list and start taking pictures of your receipts - shop anywhere, buy anything!

3. The first 20 supporters at our school will earn an extra $1 donation from Shoparoo for their first receipt!

4. Earn even more Roo Points, or cash donations, by inviting others to join using your personal referral code

5. You can even select a grade to support and have fun with grade competitions!

There’s no limit to how much money we can raise with Shoparoo - the more supporters, the more we will raise for our school. Schools with just 40 supporters are earning an average of $1,000 every year. That’s free, easy money that we could be fundraising too. Check out shoparoo.com to learn more about this awesome app!

Thank you for your support!

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.