Our Announcements


  • Grandparents' Day Rescheduled

    Grandparents' Day at Tuggle has been rescheduled for October 20, 2016 instead of October 13, 2016.

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  • Welcome Families & Community

    We are delighted you are visiting our site. Click on the welcome banner to the left and allow us to formally welcome you.

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  • Bridge Closing Map Route Change

    Please click here to see the Alabama Department of Transportation's map displaying the student drop-off and pick-up route change for the 12th Court North bridge closing for the duration of this school year. The bridge will officially close on August 20, 2016.

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  • Open House

    Thursday, August 25, 2016 is OPEN HOUSE. It will be held from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Please make plans to attend.

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  • We are Now a Leader In Me School

    Tuggle has become a Leader In Me school! It is one of four Birmingham City Schools where teachers will teach students to apply the 7 habits of highly effective people, inspired by Stephen R. Covey, that will enable students to take charge of their personal lives and to develop a mindset that will enable them to interact well with others in their future careers. Click on the "Leader In Me" link above to discover the 7 habits and what they mean.

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  • Tuggle Welcomes New Teachers

    Tuggle has several new teachers that are now a part of its highly qualified and professional staff. They bring a multitude of skills and talents with them to serve our growing student population. They are as follows: Kindergarten - Ms. Alyson Patterson, Ms. Mary Schultz, and Ms. Aimee Watkins; Second Grade - Ms. Troymere Mose-Miles; Fourth Grade - Ms. Courtney Mallory and Ms. Kenyatta Jackson; Art - Ms. Laura Mitchell; Physical Education - Coach Charles Winters; Speech - Ms. Wilson; Special Education - Mrs. Courtney Hyde; ESL - Mrs. Angela Baylon; Band - John-Micheal Williams

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  • Art Comes to Tuggle

    Students will be engaged in pivotal art experiences this school year that will enable them to express their creative side. “We need people who think with the creative side of their brains—people who have played in a band, who have painted…it enhances symbiotic thinking capabilities, not always thinking in the same paradigm, learning how to kick-start a new idea, or how to get a job done better, less expensively.” –Annette Byrd, GlaxoSmithKline

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Thursday, October 20, 2016
2:32 PM