Biology zoo trip
Trona Schools participate in National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program and Community Eligibility Provision therefore ALL Trona Elementary and High School K-12 students qualify for the P-EBT card. Frequently Asked Questions Question: How does P-EBT work for students attending schools that are providing meals through a Provision such as Community Eligibility Provision? Answer: For the purposes of P-EBT, all students who attend a Provision school are considered eligible for free and reduced-price school meals. If a student is directly certified, they do not need to apply for P-EBT and will automatically receive a P-EBT card in the mail. If a student is not directly certified and does not receive a PEBT card in the mail by about May 22nd, their parent or legal guardian can apply for P-EBT online. The P-EBT online application opens on May 22nd at: ca.p-ebt.org Question: Will younger siblings of students attending a Provision school be eligible for P-EBT? Answer: Only school-aged children
Send us a Picture of you, Wearing Your Covid19 Mask Rules: Homemade Picture must have you wearing mask Take picture outside to have good lighting Pictures will be posted on THS Website Winner will get at $10 Trails Gift Card. Email your picture to Mrs. Soto at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information on it. Sponsored by Cultural Appreciation/Spanish Club
If you have children at home working without internet. Please email Mr. Wolfe as soon as possible. After April 13th, all student work will be internet base. Please email Mr. Wolfe today at email@example.com or leave a message at 760-372-2824
Unfortunately our offices are closed until further notice. For assistance email: High School Secretary: Christina Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org Elementary Secretary: email@example.com K-6 Coordinator: Christine Laird at firstname.lastname@example.org Principal: Joseph Wolfe at email@example.com Counselor: Ruth Soto at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Trona School District Families: At this time there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Bernardino County and Kern County. We are following guidance provided by the California Department of Education, California Department of Public Health and local public health officials. We have decided to cancel/postpone all upcoming events up until April 13th. These events include sporting events, banquets, field trips, pep rallies, club activities, staff conferences, and any other school related events. These policies will be effective immediately. We will align our actions with Kern County Health Department, Sierra Sands Unified School District, and upper desert Districts of San Bernardino County. The District will be preparing to deliver education to our students at home in the event of a closure if this becomes necessary. Today the Governor’s office will be releasing further information and as this develops we will continue to update our District. We will provide information regarding this situation as it becomes available and do our best to update everyone weekly. The following additional events are postponed/modified: Elementary: Parent/Teacher Conferences will now be held over the phone March 23-27. Your child will bring home a packet with any evaluation/test, anything pertinent to your child's academic progress. You will be able to view this packet while speaking to his/her teacher. The Awards Assembly on March 31st will include only students and staff. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, we still want to recognize your child's academic success. High School: SARB Meeting scheduled for March 19th will still continue, but will now take place by telephone. If you have received a letter to attend SARB on March 19th, please make sure the school has an updated phone number before March 19th. MORP Dance scheduled for March 27th is canceled. The basketball and cheer banquet scheduled for March 20th is postponed. District The ALICE Parent meeting that was scheduled for March 26th will be canceled and rescheduled at a later date. Students will continue to do the monthly drills. The Alice evacuation drill that was scheduled for April 3rd will be postponed and rescheduled at a later date.
Trona High School and Mesquite High School students are participating in a two day Soft Skills workshop sponsored by San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools. Students are learning how to become effective communicators, creative and critical thinkers, team players, ethical decision makers, future focused planners, and contributing citizens.
Did you know that children can suffer academically if they miss 10 percent of school days? That’s just a couple days each month. Absences add up, whether they’re excused or unexcused. This September, join the Attendance Awareness Campaign and let’s work together to help all kids attend today so they can achieve tomorrow.
Hello, Parents and Guardians of Trona High School. We are excited about the start of school. Attached you will find the new school map detailing student drop off for the High School, student parking and the school entrance. Please remember the high school starts at 7:30 AM. Please be aware that on Tuesday, we will be going over the earthquake procedures and having an earthquake drill on Wednesday at 10 o’clock. In addition, we will also have crisis counselors here at the school for any students that may need them (trauma from the earthquake). Wednesday, September 4th we will be having “Back to School Night” from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Please arrive on time. We will be having you on a bell schedule. A flyer will be going out on Tuesday. Thank you so much for your patience. If you have any questions please email Joseph Wolfe at email@example.com.
Due to the recent earthquakes and the damages done to the high school campus, school will start for both schools on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at the elementary campus.
Dear Trona Parents/Guardians/Community:: Tonight, the Trona Board of Education approved the new start date for Trona High School and Trona Elementary. It will be on September 3rd, 2019. As of right now, school will finish at the same time on June 4th, 2020. Safety is and remains our highest priority for students and staff. Because of damages from the earthquake, there is no water at the high school. Currently, there is no timeline as to when it will be completed. In light of this, it is necessary for Trona High School to start school in the A wing at the Elementary campus. We will offer the same high school courses as planned. The Elementary school will be moved into the B wing. It is important to understand that the two schools will be separated. We are working on creating a separate experience for both schools. The elementary office will be in the B wing and the high school will be in the A wing. This is a temporary solution until we get more information on more permanent solutions. We are taking the necessary precautions to ensure that the two schools are separated (fencing). At this time both high school and elementary offices are open until we notify you that the high school office staff is moved to the elementary building. As we continue to make progress towards this move, we will continue to keep you informed. We will be scheduling a parent meeting in the near future to answer any questions that parents and students may have. We are grateful for your support. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Keith Tomes firstname.lastname@example.org and or Joseph Wolfe email@example.com.
Because of the recent earthquakes, outside communities have graciously donated school supplies and backpacks for all students TK-12th grade. Please come down to Trona Elks Lodge on Saturday, August 17th at 12:00 noon and pick up your backpacks and school supplies. The backpacks will have the supplies needed per grade level (k-6). High School students will also be included, however not all supplies will be included depending on the teachers and subjects.
This Monday from 5 to 7 pm, mandatory football practice begins. If you are interested, please come out. Physical forms are available in the high school office. Please get your sports physicals done as soon as possible and bring in the forms signed by your doctor to the high school office. J. Wolfe
Hello Parents, Upcoming 7th grade students must have proof that the have received the Tdap immunization. If your child received their Tdap, please bring proof to the High School Office. Seventh grade students will not be allowed to start school if they don't have their shot.
This message is from the Water Company: This is an update to let you know that we are moved into ourtemporary home. We are on Searles Street across from the U. S. Post Office building. We are open for business at our usual hours of 7:00 AM - Noon and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, except for weekends and holidays. Our regular phone numbers are not working. Our phone numbers, until further notice, are 760-382-3776 and 760-382-8553. We are answering these phones. You can still pay your bills by mail to P.O. Box 577, Trona, CA 93592. There is a lot of construction going on around our building. Take care and watch for construction traffic. Please bear with us as we work out the kinks! TRONA STRONG! Audrey Schuyler Manager, Searles Domestic Water Company
This is a message from Searles Domestic Water Company: While crew are repairing water mains and restoring service, please conserve water as much as possible. Please share this information with friends and family.
The Red Cross will have two units driving through the neighborhoods of Trona to offer "comfort kits" and "clean up kits" water and other items that may be needed. Please be on the look out for these units that plan to arrive in Trona around the 3:00 o'clock hour today. There is also a Red Cross shelter set up at 100 W. California Ave. in Ridgecrest with those supplies if you are in need of them.
Career day this year will be on April 5th
Halfway through the week!
Students don't forget to Dress to Impress tomorrow.
“Freedom of the Press” What Does It Mean? The Lions Club is hosting the student speakers contest this year. This is for grades 9-12 and will take place Feb. 5, 2019.
Spark of Love signup sheet is the HSO, if you know anyone who would want to participate please come get a signup sheet.
Have a great break everyone!! We will see you again Monday, November 26th.
Don't forget tomorrow is fall colors for dress up day!
Tomorrow there will be a pep-rally @ 9:35 am in the auditorium.
The Trona Elks Lodge #1975 NEEDS helpers on Nov. 28, 2018 @ 3-7:00 p.m. Duties are to help set up, serve tables, wash dishes, and clean-up. Dress code is black pants, white shirt and tennis shoes.
THS is holding a can food drive to help out local families in need. Please bring nonperishable items to your class adviser or club advisor by November 16th. The group with the most food donations will win a pie party.
Did you miss out on Boo Grams? Make up for it by buying a Thankful for You Gram. Buy your grams from an ASB member or Mrs. Winks by Wednesday Nov. 14 th.
Don't forget to Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter @tronahigh
Did you miss out on Boo Grams? Make up for it by buying a Thankful for You Gram. Buy your grams from an ASB member or Mrs. Winks by Wednesday Nov. 14th.
Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship, deadline is November 15 th , to apply go to: enf.elks.org/mvs.
Halloween is tomorrow! Wear your costumes (no masks,fake guns/weapons are allowed).
Juniors don't forget about the ASVAB tomorrow!
Just as a reminder today's Powder Puff Football game has been cancelled due to lack of participation.
Please be Safe, Responsible and Respectful during Homecoming. Also keep in mind Car Rallying is not a school sanctioned event. If you have an issues please contact the sheriff.
Due to the lack of participants, the Powderpuff Game this Wednesday has been canceled. We apologize but hopefully next year we will get a better turn out. Thank you
We will be having an assembly on October 23rd at 9:35 am. The purpose of the assembly is to expose students to math careers.
Don't forget about the TJUSD mobile app!!! Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/trona-jusd/id1422760078 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.tronaca
Friday, September 28 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Students lose 14 million school days to asthma each year. Controlling asthma equals better attendance.
Thursday, September 27 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: In the ninth grade, chronic absences are a better indicator than test scores of a student’s likelihood to graduate from high school.
Wednesday, September 26 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: For every day of school missed, it takes three days to make up what was taught.
Tuesday, September 25 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: High levels of chronic absence are found in urban, suburban and rural communities. In some school districts, as many as one in four students are chronically absent.
Monday, September 24 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: When students improve their attendance rates, they improve their academic prospects and chances for graduating.
Friday, September 21 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: The academic impact of missing that much school is the same whether the absences are excused or unexcused. Suspensions also add to lost time in the classroom.
Thursday, September 20 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Research shows that missing 10 percent of the school, or about 18 days in most school districts, negatively affects a student’s academic performance. That’s just two days a month!
Wednesday, September 19 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Absenteeism in the first month of school can predict poor attendance throughout the school year. Half the students who miss 2-4 days in August go on to miss nearly a month of school.
Tuesday, September 18 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: The reality is an absence is an absence, excused or not, and that you are not in the classroom benefiting from the instruction on that day.
Monday, September 17 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Reducing chronic absence takes commitment, collaboration & a tailored approaches.
Don't forget about the game tonight @ 7 against Mammoth
Friday, September 14 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Students who attend school regularly are more likely to graduate and find good jobs. In fact, a high school graduate makes on average $1 million more than a dropout over a lifetime.
Thursday, September 13 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Students from low income families are 4 times more likely than peers to be chronically absent.
Wednesday, September 12 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Students who miss too much school, score lower on school and state tests.
Tuesday, September 11 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: 3/4th of students who are chronically absent in 6th grade will drop out of high school.
Week #2 Monday, September 10 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: 2.5 in 10 homeless kids are chronically absent.
Friday, September 7 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Students who are chronically absent in high school are 7.4 times more likely to drop out.
Thursday, September 6 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: 7.5 million students miss 10% of the school year nationwide. That’s 135 million days total.
Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend Cerro Coso Career Day on Wednesday, September 19th. See me for permission slips.
Tuesday, September 4 – Attendance Awareness Month fact of the day: Chronic absenteeism is missing 10% of school days, just 2 days each month, can put students at risk of academic failure.
Friday, August 31 - Attendance Awareness Month is September, but the campaign to end chronic absence starts now! It’s a bigger problem than you probably think. Learn more about chronic absence every day next month!
Today high school students and staff will be participating in synergy. The high school office will be closed for some parts of the day. If you have any questions or need anything visit the District office and they will be able to contact staff and students. Thank you
Congrats to Trona Varsity Volleyball for win over Alpaugh Friday! Lucerne comes to Trona Monday at 4:00! Go lady Tornadoes!🏐
The girls won against Alpaugh tonight.
Pep Rally today at 9:35
7th grade orientation tonight at 6:00 in the library
Varsity Volleyball plays Victor Valley Christian this Saturday at 12:00!
Hey everyone. Is everybody ready for Tuesday?
Attention Tornadoes!!! I hope you’re all having a relaxing time off. I am getting excited for this upcoming school year. Here are some dates to remember. On August 20th, at 6:00 pm in the library, we will be having 7th grade parent/student orientation which will cover school policies and answer any questions you might have. Our goal is to make sure everyone feels prepared and comfortable as we start year one of Jr. High. Refreshments will also be provided!!! We look forward to seeing you there. Our first day of school is Tuesday, August 21st. Please be sure that students are in their classroom by 7:30 am. Students can begin to come in to the High School office on Monday, August 20th to pick of their schedules. Students must bring all their pre-registration papers completed in order to pick up their schedules. Students that have not turned in their community service hours for the 2017-2018 school year will have to wait to receive their schedule on the August 20th, Monday. The High School Office will be closed for training on August 13th,14th and 15th. Our mission is to educate and empower all to be successful in college, career and community in the 21st century. We are honored that we have been entrusted with your child’s education. Trona High school is working hard to provide the most relevant, rigorous and current educational experience available. We take this charge seriously and are committed to the goal that every student leaves Trona High as an effective communicator, self directed learner, a responsible citizen and a complex thinker. Our staff members will be constantly collaborating and evaluating in order to make positive progress towards academic achievement and athletic success. I am grateful for our teachers, staff, coaches, and parents/community members who put in so much time on behalf of our students. We are absolutely committed to the RELENTLESS pursuit of academic success. We invite all involved to demonstrate this relentless attitude and grit as we work towards educating and empowering all. This partnership between, staff, students and parents is essential to ensuring this reality. I look forward to August 21st as we celebrate a brand new school year. Please join us!! Joseph Wolfe Principal