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'''Trussville City Schools''' were established in Spring [[2005]] after [[Trussville]] voters approved a property tax increase in November 2004 to finance the new system independent of the [[Jefferson County School System]]. The system includes [[Hewitt-Trussville High School]], [[Hewitt-Trussville Middle School]], [[Paine Intermediate School]] and [[Paine Primary School]]. The 2005-06 academic year was the first for the system, with the Class of 2006 being the first to graduate from the system. All of the schools within the system use "huskies" as their mascot.
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'''Trussville City Schools''' were established in Spring [[2005]] after [[Trussville]] voters approved a property tax increase in November 2004 to finance the new system independent of the [[Jefferson County School System]]. The system includes [[Hewitt-Trussville High School]], [[Hewitt-Trussville Middle School]], [[Paine Intermediate School]] and [[Paine Primary School]]. The 2005-06 academic year was the first for the system, with the Class of 2006 being the first to graduate from the system. All of the schools within the system use "Huskies" as their mascot.
  
The system has a superintendent and five school board members.  
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Trussville City Schools were established in Spring 2005 after Trussville voters approved a property tax increase in November [[2004]] to finance the new system independent of the Jefferson County School System.  The 2005-06 academic year was the first for the system, with the Class of [[2006]] being the first to graduate from the system.
  
* [[Suzanne Freeman]]: Superintendent
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In [[2008]] [[Suzanne Freeman]] was selected Superintendent of the Year for the state of Alabama. Freeman was one of four finalist selected as nominees for the National Superintendent of the Year, becoming the first nominee in Alabama history. Citing a rapid turnover of principals at the high school, she was removed by the board in July [[2012]] and succeeded by [[Samford University|Samford]] education professor [[Pattie Neil]] on an interim basis. In November 2012 the board offered Neill the permanent post.
* [[Dennis Hill]]: President of the Board
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* [[Butch Howard]]: Vice President of the Board
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On [[February 25]], [[2014]], Trussville residents passed a seven mill property tax increase earmarked for the school system with a vote of 2,812 to 1,935. At the time, the Paine campus had 13 portable classrooms housing over 400 students. The system planned to build a new elementary school on city-owned land on [[Hidden Way Lane]] north of the [[Magnolia Place]] subdivision, as well as renovating the original [[1925]] [[Hewitt-Trussville High School|high school]] in the [[Cahaba Homestead Village]] into a third elementary school.
* [[Stan Garrett]]: Board Member
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* [[Ormond Bentley]]: Board Member
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* [[John Floyd]]: Board Member
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==Board of Education==
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The system has five school board members, appointed to five-year terms by the [[Trussville City Council]].
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===2020===
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* [[Kathy Brown]], president
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* [[Steve Ward]], vice president
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* [[Kim DeShazo]], member
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* [[Stan Garrett]], member
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* [[Mark Sims]], member
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===2010-2015===
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* [[Bill Roberts]], president
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* [[Danny Garrett]], vice-president
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* [[Stan Garrett]], member
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* [[Gayle Glenn]], member
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* [[Sid McNeal]], member
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===2005-2010===
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* [[Bill Roberts]], president
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* [[Stan Garrett]], vice-president
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* [[Gayle Glenn]], member
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* [[Sid McNeal]], member
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* [[Danny Garrett]], member
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== Superintendents ==
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# [[Suzanne Freeman]], [[2004]]–[[2012]]
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# [[Pattie Neil]], 2012–present
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==References==
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* Thornton, William (July 9, 2012) "Trussville board president says turnover of principals led to ending superintendent's contract." {{BN}}
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* Prewitt, Nathan T. (November 5, 2012) "Trussville school board hires new superintendent." {{BN}}
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* Lloyd, Gary (February 25, 2014) "Trussville property tax increase approved." {{TT}}
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.trussvillecityschools.com/default.aspx Trussville City Schools] website
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* [http://www.trussvillecityschools.com Trussville City Schools] website
  
 
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[[Category:Trussville schools|*]]
In 2009, Dr. Suzanne Freeman was selected Superintendent of the Year for the state of Alabama. Freeman was also selected as one of four finalist fot the National Superintendent of the year, becoming the first national nominee in Alabama history for the honor.
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Latest revision as of 10:18, 19 January 2021

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Trussville City Schools were established in Spring 2005 after Trussville voters approved a property tax increase in November 2004 to finance the new system independent of the Jefferson County School System. The system includes Hewitt-Trussville High School, Hewitt-Trussville Middle School, Paine Intermediate School and Paine Primary School. The 2005-06 academic year was the first for the system, with the Class of 2006 being the first to graduate from the system. All of the schools within the system use "Huskies" as their mascot.

Trussville City Schools were established in Spring 2005 after Trussville voters approved a property tax increase in November 2004 to finance the new system independent of the Jefferson County School System. The 2005-06 academic year was the first for the system, with the Class of 2006 being the first to graduate from the system.

In 2008 Suzanne Freeman was selected Superintendent of the Year for the state of Alabama. Freeman was one of four finalist selected as nominees for the National Superintendent of the Year, becoming the first nominee in Alabama history. Citing a rapid turnover of principals at the high school, she was removed by the board in July 2012 and succeeded by Samford education professor Pattie Neil on an interim basis. In November 2012 the board offered Neill the permanent post.

On February 25, 2014, Trussville residents passed a seven mill property tax increase earmarked for the school system with a vote of 2,812 to 1,935. At the time, the Paine campus had 13 portable classrooms housing over 400 students. The system planned to build a new elementary school on city-owned land on Hidden Way Lane north of the Magnolia Place subdivision, as well as renovating the original 1925 high school in the Cahaba Homestead Village into a third elementary school.


Board of Education

The system has five school board members, appointed to five-year terms by the Trussville City Council.

2020

2010-2015

2005-2010

Superintendents

  1. Suzanne Freeman, 20042012
  2. Pattie Neil, 2012–present

References

  • Thornton, William (July 9, 2012) "Trussville board president says turnover of principals led to ending superintendent's contract." The Birmingham News
  • Prewitt, Nathan T. (November 5, 2012) "Trussville school board hires new superintendent." The Birmingham News
  • Lloyd, Gary (February 25, 2014) "Trussville property tax increase approved." Trussville Tribune

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