The late bus routes for Hillcrest, Madison and Trumbull High School have been posted...
Trumbull's Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Lisa Cerulli- Trumbull 2019 - 2020 Teacher of the year!
Lisa is beginning her 27th year of teaching, with 16 of those at Madison Middle School. Mrs. Cerulli is a grade 8 Social Studies teacher and attributes her success to the teamwork that happens every day.
From Mrs. Cerulli's speech -
... it takes all of us working together and supporting each other to make our schools function. Thanks to our custodians, we come into work every morning to clean classrooms. We can get information from the office staff at a moment’s notice, no matter how busy they are. We can send a student in crisis to someone in Guidance or PPS. Our paraprofessionals provide support and assistance to ALL of our students, our cafeteria staff does a great job of feeding hundreds every day, and our security team provides support both in and out of the classroom. Imagine how difficult our jobs would be if these people were not working alongside us.
Strobel Rd update 8-30-19
Beginning on September 3rd, the contractor will close lower Strobel Road from Gray Rock Road to Booth Hill Road, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM until further notice. The roadway will be open to traffic Monday through Friday after 4:30PM and on the weekends.
During the time of construction, emergency vehicles and school buses will be allowed through at all times. School buses will pick up and drop off students at their respective bus stops.
A detour for this area for all vehicular traffic, other than emergency vehicles and school buses, will be in effect from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. The detour is as follows:
Booth Hill Road to Pilgrim Lane to Beacon Hill Road to Stoneleigh Road to Gray Rock Road to Strobel Road and the reverse.
For residents travelling North on Pinewood Trail, the detour will start at Bear Den Road to Hemlock Trail.
Detour signs will be posted to assist drivers in this area.
Strobel Road Construction
Dear Parents and Guardians, As you are aware there is extensive road construction scheduled for the Strobel Road area. This state funded project will greatly improve the safety of the road. This work is expected to continue through 2021. The Board of Education has worked closely with the Town to ensure that the safety of all students is the number one priority. With that being said, at times we can expect that all vehicular traffic in the Strobel Road area will be delayed. This may impact school bus transportation to all schools. Traffic patterns and detours have been established to limit the interruption to the transportation of our students to and from school. You can get updates on the project on the Town website and Trumbull Public Schools website. Detours and two week look aheads can be found here. We encourage students to utilize Trumbull Public School buses to and from school to help alleviate traffic and congestion. Please plan accordingly.This meeting is intended to share the construction phasing of the project with the community.
Anyone interested in obtaining further information may attend the meeting and/or submit comments to the Engineering Department PE – Town of Trumbull, 5866 Main Street, Trumbull, CT 06611.
Student Registration and Residency Proof
It is the policy of the Trumbull Board of Education that any child of school age who resides in the Town of Trumbull may attend the Trumbull Public Schools. To verify that they are a bona fide resident of Trumbull, based on the Trumbull Board of Education Residency Policy (5111/Eligibility to Attend Trumbull Public Schools) download residency forms along with the student registration forms. Please download here...
Food Allergy Policy
It is the policy of the Trumbull Board of Education to provide for a Food Allergy Management plan to maintain the health and safety of students with life-threatening food allergies. Each plan will be developmentally appropriate, promote self-advocacy and competence in self-care, and provide educational opportunities. The purpose of this policy is to:
- Reduce the likelihood of potentially life-threatening allergic reactions.
- Ensure a rapid and effective response in the event of an allergic reaction.
- Assist an identified allergic student in avoiding exposure to allergens.
Read the entire Policy and Download Forms...