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April 13-18 is Family Code Week

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Date: July 2021

Important Opening of School Information from Transportation

• Students who are enrolled in I-SS by August 9th, have registered for transportation services, and are eligible for transportation, should have a stop for the first day of school, Monday, August 23rd. (Registered means the student transportation request has been entered in PowerSchool)

• Student who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool between August 9th and August 24th, and are eligible for transportation should have their stop in place for the afternoon bus ride Tuesday, August 31st. This includes new students enrolled within these dates. Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school; it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops request at the beginning of the school year.

• Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool between August 25th and August 31st, and are eligible for transportation should have their stop in place for the afternoon bus ride Tuesday, September 7th. This includes new students enrolled within these dates. Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school; it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops request at the beginning of the school year.

• Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool on September 1st or later, and are eligible for transportation will have their bus stop set and in place for the afternoon bus ride the following Tuesday of each week. This includes new students enrolled within these dates. Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school; it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops request.

Troutman Elementary Class of 2027

ONGOING…Troutman Elementary Kindergarten Registration 2021-2022 is
scheduled for April 26-30 and May 3-7. Individual family (parents and child) tours
available by appointment only from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM. Tour time: 20 minutes. You may call the school at 704-528-4526 to set up your tour. We look forward to meeting our future Troutman Tornadoes.

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Students and staff went out of their way to show solidarity against bullying.

On Monday, caps were worn for compliments. The cap was to be a reminder to say positive things to others.

Adkins Students wore Caps for Compliments

On Tuesday, the goal was to "Sock it to Bullying!" by wearing crazy socks as a reminder to stand up against bullying.

Wilcox students sock it to bullying

On Wednesday, TES students and staff joined together and wore orange for Unity Day. The goal was to show that we are together against bullying, and united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

Hawkins' students wearing orange for unity

Spirit Week was completed a week late with "It's OK to be Different!" day and "Team Up Against Bullying!" day. Mismatched clothes and then team shirts or jerseys were worn.

Waugh's Mismatched Clothes
Cafeteria Staff teaming up against Bullying