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Dr. Eve Carney, Chief of Districts and Schools and Ms. Trudy Hughes from the Tennessee Department of Education visited Trenton Special School District on Friday, November 19th. She began her tour at Trenton Rosenwald Middle School where she observed Mrs. Leah Jean Rollins’ classroom and the TRMS STEM lab. Dr. Carney and Ms. Hughes then proceeded to Peabody High School where they were greeted by Finn, the TSSD therapy dog in-training. Ben DiChiara led a tour of the new library/MakerSpace area that will be unveiled in January 2022.

Dr. Carney visit 

    Coach D explains STEM libraryDr. Carney visits with student in Rollins classvisiting with students and projects

Veterans DayVeteran’s Day, 2021

Trenton Elementary School presented a wonderful program for our area Veterans and their families. Navy veteran, Bob Howland and TES student, Aubrey Olson both spoke at the program. Aubrey read a poem she wrote (pictured below). 1st/2nd grade students and 3rd/4th grade students beautifully performed songs they had prepared with music teacher, Calyn McMinn. Great job, TES!!

Bob Howland and Aubrey Olson Aubrey's poem



No medication given at schoolReminder to Parents: (posted 11/12/2021)

We are now starting the cold and flu season. Many children need cough medicine or cough drops. Please remember the following in regards to sending medicine to school.

-All medication should be transported to the school by an adult and handed to another adult. Do not allow your child to carry his or her medication.

-All prescription and nonprescription medication given in school settings require written authorization from the parent.

-All medication must be brought to school in the original labeled container prepared by the pharmacy, doctor, or pharmaceutical company (i.e., no envelopes, foil, or baggies).


Medication Procedures (posted 8/2021)

Attention Parents:

Going forward...the Trenton Special School District will no longer be able to administer over-the-counter medications (Tylenol, aspirin, antacids, etc.) that are not brought to the school by the student's parents. 


Please click on the attached link to access the 2021-22 Medication Consent Form.


2022-23 School Calendar   2022-2023 Student School Calendar was approved at the November School Board meeting. It is located on the district homepage >Parent Resources tab for your reference all year!



TSTATSSD congratulates our own Bryce Agee on her selection as the Tennessee Science Teachers Association (TSTA) SCIENCE EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR for grades 5-8! This is a well deserved honor for Bryce, as she is leading the way for STEM at TRMS.

Way to go Bryce!


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