2:00 PM Boys Golf-Homewood Invitational
4:30 PM Softball vs. Bragg
4:00 PM Baseball vs. Thompson (DH)
4:30 PM Softball @ Pizitz
2:00 PM Boys Golf-Hewitt Invitational
4:00 PM Outdoor Track
5:30 PM Baseball
11:00 AM Baseball (DH)
Message to Students and Parents from your Counselors:
If you need to contact your school counselor, please do so by email. We will be checking our emails during normal business hours from 8:00 am-3:00 pm.
Last name A-L: Amy Flynn email@example.com
Last name M-z: Krista Dement firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us if needed. Look for important information in the coming days regarding Neighborhood Bridges and opportunities to receive assistance or to help as needed.
All Students: If you have not already, please complete the online portion of the course selection process immediately. We will be sorting and working on this from home. J If you have not already, you can turn in your course selection sheet when we return.
7th Grade (current 6th grade students)
8th Grade (current 7th grade students):
9th Grade (current 8th grade students): Please refer to the HTHS website for information on how to enter your course selections for next year.
*7th Grade Students applying for MUSH Mentors: If you have not already submitted the online portion of the application, please do so ASAP, but no later than Friday, March 20th. The printed and handwritten portion may be turned in upon return to school OR emailed to your counselor. The important thing is to go ahead and do that online portion by this Friday. Thanks!!
*7th Grade Students applying for Office/ Media Center Aide: Please hold off on this application until we return to school.
Follow us on Twitter (@HTMS_Counselors) or visit our website for additional information and links to helpful information.
HTMS will be open Sunday, March 15.
HTMS will be open Sunday, 3/15, from 2:00-4:00 pm for students to pick up needed items from their locker and for parents to pick up medicine from the clinic.
Course Selection for 2020-2021
Upcoming 7th and 8th Grade Course Selection Sheets are due back to your student's homeroom teacher by Tuesday, March 10th. Course selection sheets are only considered complete if the Google Form is submitted. For your convenience, here are the Google Forms:
Annual Charity Basketball Game
The 15th annual charity basketball game will be Friday, April 17th at 2:00. You can find out more information in the Charity Game Letter.
Shirts are $10.00 which includes the price of admission, and the order deadline is Friday, March 20. The deadline for turning in sponsors is Friday, March 20. Students may also pay a $3.00 admission fee if they do not purchase a shirt. Admission for parents and spectators is $5.
Save the Date!
HTMS Theatre Department presents The Lion King, Jr.
April 17 at 7:00 pm and April 18 at 10:30 am and 7:00 pm.
Muffins with Mufasa
Join us for a meet and greet with the characters!
Saturday morning on April 18 at 9:30. Watch for details on how to reserve your spot.
Spring pictures will be made Tuesday, March 31.
HTMS Students, Faculty, and Staff are all taking part in the Reading Marathon between Nov 1st, 2019 and March 31st, 2020. Everyone will be selecting a goal - a 5K for 5 books, a 10K for 10 books, or a full marathon for 26 books! Visit the Reading Marathon webpage for more information.
Beginning in August, all Trussville City Schools will dismiss early on Thursdays instead of Mondays.
Teachers and parents of elementary school children were surveyed to ask their opinion about aligning the elementary early dismissal with the secondary schools. Over 75% of the respondents to the survey thought all schools should dismiss early on the same day of the week.
The Honors Choir was invited to perform as the featured middle school ensemble at the University of Montevallo’s 49th Annual Festival of Voices. This was a huge honor and an outstanding opportunity for these students, Choir Director Ben Cook said, "I’m very proud of their accomplishments."
Hewitt-Trussville Middle School was named as a finalist for the Best Public Middle School by Birmingham Magazine.
Attorney General Steve Marshall today announced the winners of the 2018 Alabama Safe Schools Initiative Awards of Excellence.
Krista DeMent and Amy McIntyre, counselor of Hewitt-Trussville Middle School, have qualified their school counseling program for the Recognition of Accountability, Verification and Excellence Award (RAVE) presented annually at the Alabama School Counseling Association (ALSCA) Awards Luncheon convening this year in Montgomery, Alabama on November 21, 2019. Since this is their second year to qualify, the school counseling program will be awarded the Silver RAVE Award at the ALSCA Awards Luncheon.
Visit the Hewitt Trussville Curriculum Guide and Course Description webpage to review the catalog of class offerings.