Beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, the Trumbull Public Schools embarked on a multi-year initiative to revise and expand our K-12 science program to make all students ready for the STEM challenges of the twenty-first century.

During the summer of 2016, representative teachers worked under the leadership of the Coordinator of STEM K-8 to develop a Draft for Pilot Kindergarten Science curriculum for implementation during the 2016-2017 school year. That curriculum was brought to the Board of Education Curriculum Committee in mid August; it will be updated during the spring and summer of 2017 based upon the pilot year of implementation, and then brought to the Board of Education for proposed full approval for the 2017-2018 school year. Below is the PowerPoint on the Next-Generation Science Standards (NGSS), and their implications for TPS, presented to the Curriculum Committee on August 11, 2016.

Food Allergy Policy

bowl of nutsThe Trumbull Board of Education has passed a new policy regarding the Management of Food Allergies in the schools. This policy affects food being brought in for curriculum and celebrations. This and all policies can be found on the Policies page of this website.

Emergency Notification

In the event of an emergency, school delay, closure or early dismissal, notification is made to the following:

Ø  Radio Stations:WEBE 108 FM (107.9), 600 AM, 99.9 FM

Ø  TV Stations : WTNH – Channel 8, WNBC – Channel 6 and 30, WFSB –  Channel 3

    In addition, the information will be posted on the TPS home page.

    Refer to the school hours page for opening and closing times for schools.

Health Forms

Medical Symbol for health moduleEach pupil, before initial enrollment in the Trumbull Public Schools shall have had a health assessment. In addition, each pupil enrolled in Trumbull Public Schools shall have a health assessment at least once in each three year interval: in grade three, in grade six, and in grade nine. These forms and insurance enrollment form can be found here...