Accelerating & Graduating All Students for the Careers of Tomorrow
Trousdale students in grades 2-11 will begin taking the new TNReady assessments April 17 through May 5.
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Trousdale County Schools hereby gives notice that they plan to apply for a LEAPS (Lottery for Afterschool Programs) Grant for the 2017-2018 School Year. The program will be conducted for Kindergarten through Fifth Graders at Trousdale County Elementary School. Anyone wanting to make comments about this grant should contact Kathy Atwood, LEAPS Program Director, at 615-374-0907 or at email@example.com.
The National Football Foundation jointly awarded the Roy Kramer Contribution to Football Award to Jim and Clint Satterfield. The award is presented to individuals who have been instrumental in promoting the game of football with the highest degree of leadership, integrity and participation. The Satterfields walked Trousdale County sidelines from 1955-2017, and both coach are inductees of the TSSAA Hall of Fame.
The TTU STEM mobile provides state-of-the art integrated science and math experiences for middle school students. The STEM mobile is provided each year by the Upper Cumberland Rural STEM Initiative in collaboration with the TTU Millard Oakley STEM Center.
Thank you to Citizens Bank for the new TC Softball Scoreboard!
Congratulations to Mary Kemp, Amber Claywell, and Sandra Taylor who have recently been selected by their peers as 2017 Teachers of the Year from their respective schools!
Students were recognized for improving the most on each benchmark. Students take quarterly benchmarks in each of the 9 tested courses in the high school.
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Trousdale County High School and Jim Satterfield Middle School will begin Power Wednesdays on August 10th.
Completing the Free Application of Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and scoring high on the ACT is the formula for success beyond high school. Sandra Taylor, guidance counselor at Trousdale County High and assistant April Holder go the extra mile to ensure that all of our seniors are ready for college each year.
Director of Schools, Clint Satterfield has implemented new school sporting events procedures for students in response to an outbreak of fighting at the football jamboree last week. Please read the parent memorandum that is being sent home to all parents this week in preparation for Friday's home game.