Participation is required for students to receive devices in the fall.
TCS participating in Summer Food Service Program
The Tuscaloosa City Schools and Central Office will be closed Fridays throughout the summer.
The program will be June 12-15 at TCTA from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The cost is $50.
The program will provide free meals for children 18 years of age and under.
The high-engagement summer enrichment program will be held during June .
The Tuscaloosa City Schools are preparing for early dismissal times on Thursday, May 25 and on the last day of school on Friday, May 26.
Joint ceremony to be held at Tuscaloosa River Market
SPARK Program provides skills with knowledge in non-traditional sports.
Six of eight board members will roll off the board at the conclusion of the term on May 22.
This serves as notice that special education records of students who were born in 1991, or students who have not been enrolled in our system since May 30, 2012, will be destroyed.
Queremos que sepan que la serie es popular entre los adolescentes como padre o tutor de un estudiante de las Escuelas de la Ciudad de Tuscaloosa.
A popular Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, is sparking conversations about the issue of teen suicide across the country.
They will be open at least 3 partial days per week throughout the month of June.
More than 30 community organizations informed parents about summer programs.
The opening ceremony is set to begin between 9:30 and 10 a.m. on the football field.
The parade route begins at the Federal Courthouse on 21st Avenue and runs through Downtown Tuscaloosa to Government Plaza.
The event is set for April 17, at Tuscaloosa Magnet Schools beginning at 6 p.m.
Each selected applicant will be competing against two other applicants during the interview process.
TCS School Board Chair Lee Garrison addressed the media Thursday, March 2
The Paul W. Bryant High School art teacher is proposing to teach two courses as part of the Tuscaloosa City Schools' first-ever summer enrichment program.
To prevent the spread of the flu, we are recommending you exercise good hand washing practices and other respiratory hygiene measures.
This survey is the students’ chance to share candid feedback about their schools and a TCS education.
It invites feedback about academic support, student support, family involvement, school leadership, and school operations, among other topics.
Children must be 4 years old on or before September 2, 2017 and live within the Tuscaloosa City Schools' zone to be eligible.
Application available until 3 p.m. on the last school day in January
The Tuscaloosa City Schools is set to cancel athletic events scheduled for the evening of Jan. 6 and Jan. 7 due to the threat of winter weather.
The event recognizes teachers and support staff members.
This includes extended day programs and sporting events.
“I love my job, and it’s just an honor to be rewarded for what I do,” said Laura Prior.
Administrators will share information about facilities and renovation projects related to the strategic plan.
The public is invited to attend the meeting which will be held at 2 p.m. in the Regions Room of the Tuscaloosa City Board of Education.
This is the first meeting of the two TCS rivals since the Falcons recorded a 33-31 win over Northridge in route to their 15-0 record and the Class 4A state title in 2007.
The Tuscaloosa City Schools is currently in the process of developing an academic calendar for the 2017-2018 school year.
System to host meeting to unveil floorplan layout and site plan.
TCS is marking its fifth year since the implementation of the Harassment Awareness Learning Together (HALT) Initiative.
This game will likely earn the winner a No. 4 seed in the region standings and a spot in the AHSAA state playoffs.
The top fundraisers in each grade pied a teacher in the face.
October Marks National Principals Month. TCS recognizes our 23 school leaders.
Bryant and Central Face Each Other at Falcon Field. Northridge Visits Walker.
TCS' CNP Department is partnering with TCTA's Hospitality and Tourism program to operate classes through the cafe.
How what happened in the classroom collided with what happened on the football field for one student-athlete.
This edition of the Core Notes features the superintendent's inaugural web series: The Progress Report.
Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week is Sept. 5-9.
Parking lots will open to guests Saturday mornings before the games.
She is a retired teacher who taught for 40 years.
Maddox's event has raised more than $210,000 over 10 years.
Starting as early as kindergarten or even preschool, chronic absence predicts lower 3rd grade reading scores. By middle school it’s a warning sign that students will fail key classes and drop out of high school.
This is the just the second match-up between these teams.
Parents, teachers and community members can learn about the district’s implementation of the strategic plan.
Witt honored for a decade of service and support of music education in TCS.
Teachers and staff returned to work Monday greeted by high school band members and cheerleaders in a pep rally-like atmosphere.
Join us at TCTA on Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. to learn about– and give input on – Alabama’s continuing work on a strategic plan for our schools.
Hundreds of student-athletes and their parents participated in the kick-off event.
If you have not arranged for bus transportation for your student, please contact your child’s school by Friday.
Daria is set to begin before school begins for students on Aug. 11
Students at area elementary schools will have fun, exciting and innovative places to play when they return to school.
The health department is offering back-to-school immunizations every Thursday this summer.
Learn more about what students say about their engagement levels in schools.