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Trussville superintendent talks school, team logos

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — Trussville City Schools Superintendent Pattie Neill last month talked about the new Husky and new athletic department “HT” logos.

Neill said those new logos represent the football team.

“I would imagine that each new coach will want to rebrand the team as a symbol of a new season with a new coach,” Neill said. “The iconic block HT and Husky will always exist and represent the high school. The iconic HT will always be embedded in the front hallway of the school and both symbols are on the exterior sign.”

A banner in the Trussville City Schools Central Office celebrating 10 years as a school system
photo by Gary Lloyd

Trussville City Schools is also designing a new Central Office letterhead to commemorate the 10th year as a school system. The new letterhead, which will be revisited at the end of the year, will likely include the words “Established in 2005” on the bottom of a red circle. Inside the circle, the letters “TCS” with a Husky and a book appear. The words “Trussville City Schools” will likely be at the top of the red circle.

Contact Gary Lloyd at news@trussvilletribune.com and follow him on Twitter @GaryALloyd.

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