Special to The Trussville Tribune
TRUSSVILLE – With the opening of two brand-new elementary schools, Trussville City Schools Foundation is offering naming opportunities at both Magnolia Elementary and Cahaba Elementary Schools. Recently the Trussville City School Board granted management of the fundraising effort to the Foundation.
“This is such an exciting time for Trussville City Schools and the entire city,” TCSF Board President Lee Lesley said. “We are pleased to be able to administer this program which will provide additional funds for our school system as well as allow businesses, families and individuals and opportunity to leave a lasting legacy at the new schools.”
Magnolia Elementary is located on Hidden Way Lane, next to Magnolia Place and Hidden Trace neighborhoods. Cahaba Elementary is on Parkway Drive at the site of the original Hewitt-Trussville High School in the city’s historic district. The original school building has been preserved and renovated along with new additions.
The naming opportunities range in price from 0 to 00 and includes classrooms, hallways, the gymnasiums and offices. The full list for each school can be viewed here. All donations for the naming program will support students and faculty of Trussville City Schools. For each space a personalized plaque will be placed on the wall outside of the area selected. The plaque will remain in perpetuity.
Orders for the naming opportunities will start being taken on June 27. Interested parties should contact the TCSF office at 205-228-3050 or email TCSF Director of Operations Heather Sandifer at email@example.com.
All naming opportunities are pending Trussville City School Board approval