In the Loop
January 5, 2021
The Free Lunch Program will continue through the end of the school year.
Trussville City Schools Groundbreaking Ceremony Planned for January 8, 2021
The Trussville Board of Education Members, Mayor and City Council Members along with members of the Central Office Leadership Team, Chamber of Commerce and TCS Foundation will be onsite Friday for the ceremony.
The Groundbreaking Ceremony will be livestreamed for the public. The livestream link will be posted on the TCS website at 12:15 pm Friday, January 8, 2021. The ceremony will begin at 1:00 pm. www.trussvillecityschools.com
The building, located on Highway 11, will provide a centralized space for Trussville City Schools’ (TCS) Central Office team which currently work in three separate buildings throughout the City of Trussville.
“Our school system is committed to providing board members, faculty and staff the tools necessary to ensure our students continue to receive an award-winning education,” said Dr. Pattie Neill, TCS superintendent. “The board of education’s new office building will serve as an important step towards our continued achievement of that goal, as it further will enhance our teams’ ability to communicate and collaborate – especially during a times of unprecedented challenges.”
State Representative Danny Garrett, who represents Trussville and serves as Vice Chair of the Alabama House of Representatives Education Ways and Means Committee, commented “Trussville City Schools will be one of the first systems in the state to utilize funds from the bond issue approved by the Legislature this past session. TCS is recognized as a top system in the state and is once again leading and setting a standard with this needed capital improvement. It is also great news that Blalock Building, a local contractor who has built previous projects for TCS and the city of Trussville, will be constructing this new facility that will become a central part of the downtown area.”
Construction of the office building will take approximately one year to complete.
TCS Substitute Application Process is Open!
- You must have a four year degree or teaching certificate to apply.
- If you have a current Alabama teaching certificate, you do not need a substitute license.
- The paperwork for a substitute license is contained in the application packet found on the website.
For more information and the substitute application packet, please CLICK HERE
If you have questions, please contact Becky Aydelette
firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-228-3067