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  • Alpha Phi Alpha hosts 6th annual Fatherhood Breakfast

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  • 5Essentials survey open to parents

    The annual 5Essentials survey is a diagnostic assessment of a school's culture and climate. It is designed to identify organizational strengths and areas of opportunity on the five essential factors that drive school improvement. The survey solicits teacher, parent and student feedback on five essential factors: Effective Leaders, Collaborative Teachers, Involved Families, Supportive Environment and Ambitious Instruction.

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  • Volunteers paint murals at Trewyn

    Trewyn students and staff were greeted with bright, new hallway murals this week. Approximately 40 volunteers gathered at Trewyn School on Saturday to paint colorful murals in the hallway, as part of the City of Peoria Day of Service to honor the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Local Peoria artist Dante Watson designed and sketched the murals and then transferred his sketches to the walls so volunteers could fill in with paint. Thanks to all who helped with this project!

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  • Peace Pals work on reading, math skills

    Peace Pals, a community volunteer reading buddy program at Trewyn School, serves first, third, fourth and fifth grade students. The program actually started at Garfield School and carried on at Trewyn when Garfield closed. Volunteers visit Trewyn at least twice each month to work one-on-one with students on reading and math skills. Twice a year the Peace Pal volunteers and students meet for a celebration.

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  • Saturday University offered to students in grades 3 and 6

    This month Peoria Public Schools introduces Saturday University, a new learning opportunity for third and sixth grade students to sharpen and strengthen math and reading skills. Beginning October 21 and meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on 20 Saturday mornings through April 14, Saturday University will be open to 100 students. The program will be held at Glen Oak Community Learning Center and bus transportation will be provided. Bradley University students and Caterpillar Inc. volunteers will work with students, as well as certified teachers and teacher aides. The program will include field trip opportunities, prizes and other incentives. Click on this story for the links to register and for the full list of program dates.

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  • Art teacher creates Tiger murals

    Trewyn School art teacher Stephanie Mays spent three weeks in September painting colorful Tiger murals in the school hallways.

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  • Trewyn students collect school supplies for Houston school

    Trewyn K-6 students and staff spent two weeks collecting school supplies for an elementary school in Houston, Texas. Trewyn "adopted" a classroom at Heritage Elementary School to help provide supplies for students due to flooding in their school building from Hurricane Harvey.

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  • Parent University heads to Peoria Riverfront Museum, April 20

    The final Parent University of the 2016-2017 year will be held Thursday, April 20 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Peoria Riverfront Museum. The host schools are Rolling Acres Middle School and Hines Primary School. Don't miss this evening of fun family activities!

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  • Thank You for Your Generous Support!

    On behalf of the Great Illinois Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we would like to thank Trewyn K-6 School for your generous support in the amount of $677.74.

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  • Another Successful Career Fair!

    Trewyn K-6 School held another successful Career Fair on Friday, February 17, 2017.

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Announcements

  • NEW SCHOOL HOURS:

    Trewyn School hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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  • UNIFORM COLORS FOR 2017-2018

    Pants/Shorts: Navy blue, tan/khaki or black

    Shirts: Navy blue, red, or black

    Skirts, Skorts, Jumpers: Navy blue, tan/khaki or black

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