The Trussville Tribune http://www.trussvilletribune.com All your news, now for Trussville, Clay and Pinson Wed, 04 May 2016 12:30:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0.10 Deputy DA for Jefferson County arrested for domestic violence http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/04/deputy-da-for-jefferson-county-arrested-for-domestic-violence/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/04/deputy-da-for-jefferson-county-arrested-for-domestic-violence/#comments Wed, 04 May 2016 12:30:10 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30924 From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports SHELBY COUNTY — Holly Jessica Clemente, a deputy district attorney for Jefferson County, was arrested for domestic violence in the third degree on May 1. Clemente was booked into the Shelby County jail, but posted her $2,000 bond on May 2 and was released, according to court records. In more »

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SHELBY COUNTY — Holly Jessica Clemente, a deputy district attorney for Jefferson County, was arrested for domestic violence in the third degree on May 1.

Clemente was booked into the Shelby County jail, but posted her $2,000 bond on May 2 and was released, according to court records.

In the state of Alabama, domestic violence in the third degree may involve assault, a crime of menacing, reckless endangerment or harassment. It is a Class A misdemeanor.

Holly Jessica Clemente spent a night in jail after being arrested for domestic violence in the third degree.

Holly Jessica Clemente spent a night in jail after being arrested for domestic violence in the third degree.

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Closing of Golden Living Nursing Home brings reform to special focus facilities http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/closing-of-golden-living-nursing-home-brings-reform-to-special-focus-facilities/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/closing-of-golden-living-nursing-home-brings-reform-to-special-focus-facilities/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 23:44:59 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30921 By Megan Miller, Editor The Golden Living Nursing Home in Trussville has been under “special focus” status for years, according to Representative Danny Garret. This means that a facility has a history of poor performance, and is under an extensive audit process and is in danger of losing Medicaid reimbursement. In December, when it first more »

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By Megan Miller, Editor

The Golden Living Nursing Home in Trussville has been under “special focus” status for years, according to Representative Danny Garret.

Representative Dany Garrett

Representative Dany Garrett

This means that a facility has a history of poor performance, and is under an extensive audit process and is in danger of losing Medicaid reimbursement.

In December, when it first came to light that Golden Living would be closing its doors, several deficiencies included a sexual assault, and staff putting residents at risk for injury by not using mechanical lift equipment correctly, according to an official report.

At the beginning of the legislative session, Garret contacted the Alabama Nursing Home Association and the State Department of Health to discuss how to “provide more transparency and disclosure to the family of patients, potential patients and the general public when a facility is classified as a Special Focus Facility.”

Tuesday the Department of Health adopted a new policy which will become effective June 3.

In the future, a Special Focus facility must post a notice on the front door of the facility stating the facility has a history of poor performance and failed audits, along with a contact name for more information. The sign must have large, bold print.

“I appreciate the cooperation of the Nursing Home Association and the State Department of Public Health in addressing this concern,” said Garret. “This information will help families of loved ones who have need of a nursing home make protect their family member.”

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Cougars come up run short against Walker in baseball playoffs http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/cougars-come-up-run-short-against-walker-in-baseball-playoffs/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/cougars-come-up-run-short-against-walker-in-baseball-playoffs/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 22:39:45 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30895 By Kyle Parmley, The Trussville Tribune JASPER — The series went even further than the proscribed distance, and Walker walked off in the eighth inning of Game 3 to defeat Clay-Chalkville 3-2 on Monday night at Valley Park in a second round Class 6A baseball playoff game. Joseph Daniel got a pitch to his liking more »

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By Kyle Parmley, The Trussville Tribune

JASPER — The series went even further than the proscribed distance, and Walker walked off in the eighth inning of Game 3 to defeat Clay-Chalkville 3-2 on Monday night at Valley Park in a second round Class 6A baseball playoff game.

Dayne Edwards was sensational on the mound for Clay-Chalkville on Monday night. Photo by Kyle Parmley.

Dayne Edwards was sensational on the mound for Clay-Chalkville on Monday night. Photo by Kyle Parmley.

Joseph Daniel got a pitch to his liking and hit it to the wall in left field, bringing Parker Cagle in to score and beginning the mob scene, as Walker celebrated the series victory.

Dayne Edwards pitched all 7 2/3 innings on the mound for the Cougars, and was tremendous despite the final result. The senior made the most of his final appearance in a Clay-Chalkville uniform.

“He did an outstanding job,” head coach Chris Tinsley said. “He did everything we asked him to do. He threw a lot of strikes.”

Edwards retired the first 12 men in order to start the game. Even though he faced baserunners in every inning the rest of the way after the first four, he got out of a few jams to preserve a tie game.

“That was a very gutsy performance. Whenever we needed him to make a pitch, he made a pitch,” Tinsley said.

The Cougars struck first with a run in the third inning, as Logan Pruett came around to score on an Andrew Blount single after his leadoff infield hit. They had a chance to do more damage in the frame, but a failed bunt attempt and a baserunning error held them to just a run.

Clay-Chalkville added another in the fourth to make it a 2-0 game, as Edwards and Ashton Kincaid swapped places with a pair of doubles. Walker was able to get both runs back in the bottom half of the fifth on a run-scoring groundout and a sacrifice fly.

The Cougars threatened again in the sixth and eighth innings, but were unable to come up with the clutch hit.

Despite the series loss, the senior class of Edwards, Blount, Jacob Duchock and Thomas Johns was the catalyst behind the program’s resurgence in 2016.

“I couldn’t be more proud of these guys,” Tinsley said. “They came out and they bought in to everything that we were selling. They laid the groundwork for the future of Clay-Chalkville baseball.

Tinsley excelled in his first season at the helm of the team, as Clay-Chalkville won its first playoff series since 2010.

“They brought Clay-Chalkville baseball back and put it on the map,” Tinsley said. “There were people talking about us, and nobody’s talked about us in a little while. They brought notoriety to the program.”

Clay-Chalkville had rebounded from a tough 1-0 loss in 10 innings in the opener to grab Game 2 by a 5-0 score as the Cougars split Saturday’s doubleheader with Walker.

In the opener, Blount pitched a fabulous game, allowing just three hits over 9 2/3 innings, but the Vikings scored the game’s only run on a two-out RBI double by Taylor Whitley.

But the Cougars bounced back, as Blake Petty threw six shutout innings and Edwards closed it out. Clay’s pitching was nothing short of amazing in the doubleheader – one run over 17 innings.

For the three-game set, Clay pitching allowed just four runs in 24 2/3 innings.

The Cougars ended the season with a 20-18 record.

Sports editor David Knox contributed to this report.

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Trussville boys advance to state lacrosse semifinals http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/trussville-boys-advance-to-state-lacrosse-semifinals/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/trussville-boys-advance-to-state-lacrosse-semifinals/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 21:23:28 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30889 From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville boys lacrosse team blasted Birmingham Magic 19-6 to advance to the Alabama Lacrosse Championships semifinals round. Trussville was scheduled to face UMS-Wright on Tuesday night in Montgomery for a berth in the Boys High School Division 2 final at Birmingham-Southern College. That championship game, which more »

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TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville boys lacrosse team blasted Birmingham Magic 19-6 to advance to the Alabama Lacrosse Championships semifinals round.

(submitted photo)

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Trussville was scheduled to face UMS-Wright on Tuesday night in Montgomery for a berth in the Boys High School Division 2 final at Birmingham-Southern College. That championship game, which will be between the Huskies-UMS-Wright winner and the winner of Auburn-Huntsville winner, will be played Saturday.

UMS-Wright has handed Trussville its only loss this season.

Trussville (10-1) has maintained its No. 1 ranking through the final month of the season. The Huskies dominated the league offensively, scoring 166 goals in the season – almost 30 more than any other team.  Carter McAlpin, Alex Tran, Ben Wedlun, Daniel Rhodes, Trevor McBride and Mitchell Peterson all scored multiple goals to make the Huskies the most potent offense in the state.

After a quick learning curve, the Huskie defense has stepped up as well. It allowed only 59 goals all season, third best in the state. JB Curlee, Dustin McNaughton, Will Altman, Campbell Holley, Tristan Kirk and Skylar DeFrank all work together like a machine to keep opponents out of the goal.

“Our boys have worked so hard starting last June in offseason to get to this point,” coach Kris Knisley said. “We are one win away from playing in the state championship. After losing to UMS-Wright by one goal at the end of the game, our guys have waited on a chance to play them again and beat them. These guys have come together to form a special bond.  Win or lose, we are so very proud of where these guys have taken our program.”

Meanwhile, the Trussville girls team ended its season with a 3-8 record, but the young team lost three matches by one point each and two others by four points apiece, which bodes well going forward.

Trussville plays under the banner of the Greater Birmingham Youth Lacrosse Association because it is not yet a sport sanctioned by the Alabama High School Athletic Association despite its growing popularity, especially in the state’s metropolitan areas.

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Pinson Education Foundation Banquet recognizes students, teachers, personnel http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/pinson-education-foundation-banquet-recognizes-students-teachers-personnel/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/pinson-education-foundation-banquet-recognizes-students-teachers-personnel/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 18:41:50 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30897 By Megan Miller, Editor PINSON — The Pinson Education Foundation Banquet took place on Monday, May 2 at Palmerdale United Methodist Church. Nearly 200 were in attendance to watch students and teachers alike receive awards for their outstanding commitment to academics and character. A teacher of the year award was given to a teacher from more »

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By Megan Miller, Editor

PINSON — The Pinson Education Foundation Banquet took place on Monday, May 2 at Palmerdale United Methodist Church.

Nearly 200 were in attendance to watch students and teachers alike receive awards for their outstanding commitment to academics and character. A teacher of the year award was given to a teacher from each Pinson City School, as well as character awards for 6th-11th graders, and a student of the year award was given to one lucky senior.

“Our mission here is to recognize greatness,” said Joe Cochran, Executive Director of PEF and Master of Ceremonies.

Joe Dean Jr. was the featured speaker on Monday night.

Dean was a three-year letterman in basketball at Mississippi State University in the 70’s, and after graduation he became assistant coach at the University of Kentucky from 1977-83 with a National Championship in his Tenure.

Dean was named basketball coach at Birmingham Southern College in 1983 and named Conference Coach of the Year three times during his run ad BSC. He also coached at Central Florida, and in 1994 was selected to the Birmingham Southern Hall of Fame.

Dean has served as Athletic Director for BSC as well as serving on the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee, as the Chairman of Community Relations for the Birmingham Bowl, and is a board member of the Foundry.

Dean’s presented a three-step “magic” formula to being successful: have the right attitude, learn how to overcome adversity and give effort in everything you do.

Dean said it’s important to maintain a positive attitude because it’s the one thing in life you maintain control over; and to remember that everyone gets disappointed from time to time.

“Nobody goes undefeated in life,” Dean said.

Lastly, he commented on the importance of effort.

“I can tell you right now that hard work does not ensure success,” Dean said. “But lack of hard work will ensure failure.”

Cochran said the committee wanted to ensure as many parts of Pinson Schools were involved in the banquet as possible. The culinary class cooked food, with the PVHS cheerleaders serving, the PVHS Chamber Choir performed and the baseball and football teams helped with set up and break down of the event.

The newest addition to this year’s event was the presentation of a career technical student of the year award, presented in honor of Cody “Big Country” Cole.

“Cody was an extremely well thought of young man in our community,” Cochran said. “In honor of Cody we’re naming this the Big Country Award, and it will be named that as long as I’m executive director of the program.”

9th-11th grade character award winners
6th-8th grade character award winners
Charlotte Gardner of PVHS, support staff winner
Rodney Porterfield, Pinson Elementary Teacher of the Year
Dianne Davis, Kermit Johnson  Elementary Teacher of the Year
Dianne Davis, Kermit Johnson Elementary Teacher of the Year
Allison Wolfe, Rudd Middle School Teacher of the Year
Allison Wolfe, Rudd Middle School Teacher of the Year
Chris Screws, PVHS Teacher of the Year
Nora Contreras, PVHS Student of the Year

Congratulations to the 2016 Pinson Education Foundation Awards Banquet winners.

PVHS Teacher of the Year: Chris Screws

Pinson Elementary Teacher of the Year:

Rodney Porterfield

Rudd Middle School Teacher of the Year: Allison Wolfe

Kermit Johnson Elementary Teacher of the Year: Dianne Davis

Support Staff winner: Charlotte Gardner, PVHS

Character winners:

6th grade: Anna Trucks and Aiden Smith

7th Grade: Kaylee Davis and Michael Witherspoon

8th grade: Somer Underwood and Matthew Hicks

9th grade: Zachary Bowden and Faith Potter

10th grade: Nicholas Blansett and Ambria Simmons

11th grade: Shelton Clevenger and Laurel Uhomba

Senior student of the year: Norma Contreras

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40 second graders participate in Pinson Elementary science fair http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/40-second-graders-participate-in-pinson-elementary-science-fair/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/40-second-graders-participate-in-pinson-elementary-science-fair/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 17:53:22 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30886 Special to The Trussville Tribune PINSON — Pinson Elementary School hosted a science fair for Missy Presley’s second grade students, in which there were 40 participants. First place ribbons were awarded to McRoy Maxwell, Brady Cole, Cruz Cunill, Jay Armstrong, Bailey McLaughlin, Logan Green, Anna Denson, Landon Morrison, Riley O’Neill and Kavi Dwivedi. Second place more »

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PINSON — Pinson Elementary School hosted a science fair for Missy Presley’s second grade students, in which there were 40 participants.

Front row: Oliver Gonzalez, Valeria Duarte, Brady Cole, Nahum Ontiveros, Carlos Alcaraz, Jayden Hall, Devon Cooper, Kaylee Bolt, Landon Morrison, Luis Cisneros, Braedon Hall, Alex Caballero, Ryan Phelps. 2nd row: Hannah Rodick, McRoy Maxwell, III, Jay Armstrong, Cal Overton, Ryan Simmons, Dylan Moore, David Duarte, Karen Vargas, Arlete Granados. Back row: Jackson Layne, Noah Sterling, Brandon Watson, Bailey McLaughlin, Zach Simmons, Zach Simmons, Abraham Clark, Jayden Garfield, Maurice Allen, Darreunna Baldwin, Marely Cornelio, Tristan Mullins, Asia Johnson, Riley O’Neill, Kendrick Berry, Logan Green, and Cruz Cunill. (Not pictured Kavi Dwivedi and Anna Denson.)

Front row: Oliver Gonzalez, Valeria Duarte, Brady Cole, Nahum Ontiveros, Carlos Alcaraz, Jayden Hall, Devon Cooper, Kaylee Bolt, Landon Morrison, Luis Cisneros, Braedon Hall, Alex Caballero, Ryan Phelps. 2nd row: Hannah Rodick, McRoy Maxwell, III, Jay Armstrong, Cal Overton, Ryan Simmons, Dylan Moore, David Duarte, Karen Vargas, Arlete Granados. Back row: Jackson Layne, Noah Sterling, Brandon Watson, Bailey McLaughlin, Zach Simmons, Zach Simmons, Abraham Clark, Jayden Garfield, Maurice Allen, Darreunna Baldwin, Marely Cornelio, Tristan Mullins, Asia Johnson, Riley O’Neill, Kendrick Berry, Logan Green, and Cruz Cunill. (Not pictured Kavi Dwivedi and Anna Denson.)

First place ribbons were awarded to McRoy Maxwell, Brady Cole, Cruz Cunill, Jay Armstrong, Bailey McLaughlin, Logan Green, Anna Denson, Landon Morrison, Riley O’Neill and Kavi Dwivedi.

Second place ribbons were awarded to Hannah Rodick, Jackson Layne, Luis Cisneros and Devon Cooper.

Third place ribbons were awarded to Jayden Hall, Kendrick Berry, Cal Overton, Tristan Mullins, Maurice Allen and Valeria Duarte.

Honorable mention was awarded to Braedon Hall, Abraham Clark, Arlete Granados, Kaylee Bolt, Ryan Phelps, Asia Johnson, Noah Sterling, Dylan Moore, Brandon Watson and Carlos Alcaraz.

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Hewitt boys qualify for state track meet, other individuals also qualify http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/hewitt-boys-qualify-for-state-track-meet-other-individuals-also-qualify/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/hewitt-boys-qualify-for-state-track-meet-other-individuals-also-qualify/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 17:48:01 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30884 By David Knox, Sports Editor TRUSSVILLE — The Hewitt-Trussville boys track and field team finished second at the Class 7A, Section 3 meet at Mountain Brook, qualifying for the 7A state championship at Gulf Shores this upcoming weekend. The girls finished fourth. Several Hewitt girls qualified individually and as relay teams, as did several Clay-Chalkville boys more »

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By David Knox, Sports Editor

TRUSSVILLE — The Hewitt-Trussville boys track and field team finished second at the Class 7A, Section 3 meet at Mountain Brook, qualifying for the 7A state championship at Gulf Shores this upcoming weekend.

The track at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium file photo

The track at Hewitt-Trussville Stadium
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The girls finished fourth. Several Hewitt girls qualified individually and as relay teams, as did several Clay-Chalkville boys and girls for the 6A state meet in the 6A, Section 3 meet also at Mountain Brook.

Twenty-nine HTHS athletes qualified for state.

The Huskies were again led by Noah Igbinoghene, who qualified first in the triple jump, first in the long jump and second in the 100 meter dash. Benjamin Knox was also outstanding, placing first in the 1600 and the 3200 and third in the 800. Andy Chappell qualified in the boys 400 meter dash and the pole vault.

Also qualifying individually for Hewitt-Trussville were:

Jake Diggs, in the boys 400 meter dash

John Ngaruiya, in the boys 800, 1600 and 3200 runs

Jonathan Mann, in the boys high jump

Zachary McManus, in the boys triple jump

Jaison Williams, in the boys shot and the discus

Colin Lafon, in the boys wheelchair 100 meters, shot put, discus throw and javelin throw

The boys 4×100, 4×44 and 4×800 relays

Hope Igbinoghene, in the girls 100 dash

Brittany Hampton, in the girls 200 dash

Sydney Hall, in the girls 800 dash

Marlee Mason, in the girls 1600 and 3200

Aubrey Mavin, in the girls 100 hurdles

Emily DeGreen, in the girls 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles

Sydney White, in the 300 hurdles

Olivia Kilpatrick, in the girls pole vault

Josie Lyster, in the girls javelin throw

The girls 4×100, 4×400 and 4×800 relays

Qualifying as individuals for Clay-Chalkville were:

Jasmine Finch, in the girls 100 and 200 dashes

Adrienne Lewis, in the girls long jump and triple jump

The girls 4×100 meter relay team

Tadarius Ellington, in the boys 200 meter dash

Miles Chaney, in the boys 110 meter hurdles

Cole Baker, in the boys shot put

Chris Robinson, in the boys shot put

The boys 4×100 and 4×400 relays

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Paine Elementary faculty list released http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/paine-elementary-faculty-list-released/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/paine-elementary-faculty-list-released/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 17:06:06 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30881 From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Paine Elementary School: Dr. Tygar Evans, Principal Ms. Melanie Glover, Asst. Principal Ms. Kristi Stacks, Asst. Principal Kindergarten Barnes Bland D Jones Lackey Walker Childs Dillard Moore 1st Grade Bagwell Chambliss Mauldin Miskelly Seeley Stewart Tweed Winwright Cerisano more »

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TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Paine Elementary School:

Dr. Tygar Evans, Principal

Ms. Melanie Glover, Asst. Principal

Ms. Kristi Stacks, Asst. Principal

Kindergarten

Barnes

Bland

D Jones

Lackey

Walker

Childs

Dillard

Moore

1st Grade

Bagwell

Chambliss

Mauldin

Miskelly

Seeley

Stewart

Tweed

Winwright

Cerisano

2nd Grade

Finkley

Gray

Odom

Shumate

Swann

Weyerman

Enoch

Inman

3rd Grade

Ekonen

Moore

LoPresti

Owens

Peters

Kuhn

Russell

Weyhe

1 New – To Be Named

4th Grade

Deneke

Felts

Waites

Walls

McKinley

Taylor

Morrison

1New – To Be Named

5th Grade

Long

McLaughlin

Darnell

Dahlke

Camara

Brasher

Perry

Bresnan

Specialists

Library – Ramer

2 Art – To Be Named

2 Music – To Be Named

Technology – Benson

Technology – Brandon

Phys Ed – Burnett

Phys Ed – Cooper

Counselor – Naylor

Counselor – To Be Named

Speech – Hatcher

Speech – Rosenberg

3 Resource – To Be Named

Self-Contained – Lyle

Preschool – Bowlin

Preschool – Gulledge

Preschool – Sharit

GaTE – Koch

Paine

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Cahaba Elementary faculty list released http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/cahaba-elementary-faculty-list-released/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/cahaba-elementary-faculty-list-released/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 17:02:33 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30878 From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Cahaba Elementary School: Mrs. Joy Tyner, Principal Kindergarten C Jones Shannon Segers Shorter 1st Grade Ellison Grogan S Johnson Street 2nd Grade Bruno Johnson Marshall Posey Rish 3rd Grade Windham Wright F Smith New – To Be Named more »

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TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Cahaba Elementary School:

Mrs. Joy Tyner, Principal

Kindergarten

C Jones

Shannon

Segers

Shorter

1st Grade

Ellison

Grogan

S Johnson

Street

2nd Grade

Bruno

Johnson

Marshall

Posey

Rish

3rd Grade

Windham

Wright

F Smith

New – To Be Named

4th Grade

Feild

Higginbotham

Wessel

New – To Be Named

5th Grade

Wright

Almon

Lothspeich

Specialists

Library -Alldrich

Art – Scott

Music – Fortenberry

Technology – Hallman

Phys Ed – Giangrosso

Counselor – Osborn

Speech – Williams

Resource – Maldonado

Self-contained – Young

GaTE – To Be Named

Cahaba

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Magnolia Elementary faculty list released http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/magnolia-elementary-faculty-list-released/ http://www.trussvilletribune.com/2016/05/03/magnolia-elementary-faculty-list-released/#comments Tue, 03 May 2016 16:58:05 +0000 http://www.trussvilletribune.com/?p=30874 From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Magnolia Elementary School: Dr. Autumm Jeter, Principal Kindergarten Riley Sing Evans Durham 1st Grade Hodges Reed 2nd Grade Dykes Gamble Wolfe Bivens 3rd Grade L. Smith Sulser Humphrey 4th Grade Woods Hendrick Horn 5th Grade Summers Moore Hook more »

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TRUSSVILLE –The following Trussville City Schools faculty members will be at Magnolia Elementary School:

Dr. Autumm Jeter, Principal

Kindergarten

Riley

Sing

Evans

Durham

1st Grade

Hodges

Reed

2nd Grade

Dykes

Gamble

Wolfe

Bivens

3rd Grade

L. Smith

Sulser

Humphrey

4th Grade

Woods

Hendrick

Horn

5th Grade

Summers

Moore

Hook

Specialists

Library – Bishop

Art – Ward

Music – Byars

Technology – Long

Phys Ed – Chrisenberry

Counselor – Blake

Speech – Bingham

Resource – Murrell

Self-Contained – Stewart

GaTE – To Be Named

Magnolia

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