Trumbull High School
Trumbull High School is divided into three houses designated A,B, C. This house plan provides some advantages of a small school while retaining the benefits of a large school. Each house has its own house principal, guidance counselors, and support staff. Students are
assigned to their respective houses by alphabet. Those students whose name begins with A-F are assigned to A House, Rita McDougald-Campbell, House Principal; those whose name begins with G-N, B House, Julie Luby, House Principal; and those with O-Z are in C House, Lucinda Timpanelli, House Principal. Since students are also assigned alphabetically to homerooms, their homerooms are located in respective houses. A student’s classes will meet throughout the building.
The Associate to the Dean’s Office position is filled by Dennis McLaughlin. He acts as an “arm” of the Dean of Students, works to foster positive student interactions, has daily contact with our Security officials, and provides another resource for our teaching staff.
NONDISCRIMINATION IN INSTRUCTION (POLICY NO. JBA)
The Trumbull Board of Education will not discriminate against any pupil on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry or disability in the organization and application of the educational programs and services it operates. The Superintendent will continually evaluate instructional policies and practices in terms of this policy and will report annually to the Board the results of such evaluation, recommending modification of any policies and practices which do not comply as well as appropriate remedial action to eliminate the effects of any discrimination. In evaluating instructional policies and practices in terms of this policy,
the Superintendent will call upon the advice and counsel members of the instructional staff.
TRUMBULL PUBLIC SCHOOLS OUR VISION
Our schools will be dynamic learning communities of responsible individuals who strive for excellence and contribute to society.
We believe that all individuals are capable of learning.
We believe that all individuals should have the resources necessary to achieve success within a challenging curriculum.
We believe that a family, school, and community partnership
is essential to our success.
We believe that a safe and orderly environment is critical to
We believe that there is strength in diversity and that all individuals are worthy of our respect and dignity.
We believe that our school climate must be welcoming, caring, and supportive for all members of the learning community.
- We believe that a reflective evaluation of present practices and processes is necessary in order to plan for our future.