Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Grosse Pointe Public School Multi-Age Program will host an informational night for parents of prospective students Thursday Jan. 31 beginning at 7 p.m. The program serves children in first through third grades.
Similar to kindergarten informational night, Grosse Pointe Public Schools will host a night for parents interested in the district's Multi-Age program Thursday at Trombly Elementary School. The Multi-Age Program serves students from first through third grade and encompasses the children in a single classroom setting for three consecutive years with different ages, academic levels and skills with the goal of continuous learning. Parents are encouraged to attend the night to view the classroom where the program is actually operated and learn more about it. The program is open to anyone in the district and is located at Trombly Elementary in Grosse Pointe Park. This program has been in existence for several years in the district but …
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Trombly Elementary in Grosse Pointe Park is one of 115 Michigan elementary schools to receive a visit from the Red Wings Foundation school program this school year.
DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings Foundation, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the Kroger Company of Michigan have partnered to bring the Red Wings School Assembly Program to 115 elementary schools during the 2012-13 season. The program will come to Grosse Pionte Park's Trombly Elementary School on Jan. 29 at 1 p.m. and will present the school with full sets of floor hockey equipment. The Red Wings School Assembly Program is a street and floor hockey initiative that began in 2010 to introduce kids to the sport of hockey and encourage an active and healthy lifestyle. During each visit, the school assembly team opens the program with a lesson on exercise and healthy eating tips, followed by a fun face-off between teachers and students…
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Trombly Elementary School was put on lockdown this week after a nearby homeowner encountered a burglar, spurring him to run away. Grosse Pointe Park police instructed school officials to lockdown for student safety while they searched the area.
Grosse Pointe Park detectives are investigating what would have been a burglary of a home on Beaconsfield Tuesday that led to Trombly Elementary School being placed on lockdown for a short time. Director of Public Safety David Hiller said Thursday the homeowner returned to his residence, heard a noise and saw a man running from his home. There was not a confrontation between the burglar and the homeowner, he said. The man ran through the Beasconsfield/Nottingham alley, which lets out at the entrance of Trombly's parking lot, Hiller said. As a precaution to the students and staff, responding officers requested the lockdown to ensure their safety. Trombly Elementary School Principal Walter Fitzpatrick said the lockdown went smoothly and …
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Dozens of Grosse Pointe Schools students received recognition Monday for a variety of achievements.
Grosse Pointe Schools Superintendent C. Suzanne Klein honored dozens of students Monday during the school board's monthly meeting. The students are part of different academic teams and organizations that have won awards and medals in statewide competitions. The students each received a certificate from Board President John Steininger and lined the side of South's library, which was filled with proud parents snapping pictures and clapping. Those recognized include: Additionally, the board recognized Trombly teacher Susan Howey for being accepted into the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy.