1. The office will be open Monday - Thursday from 8:00 - 4:00.
2. The office will be closed the week of June 29 - July 3.
3. The first day of school for students is Aug. 13, 2015.
L-R -- Tommy Wagner (Wagner's Team Sports); Dr. Elizabeth Swinford (TCSS Superintendent); Natalie Abbott (DCH Foundation); Kelsey Coleglazier (Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports); Ted Swinney (Hillcrest High Head Softball Coach)
A total of 40 softball teams participated in the 2015 Patriot Classic – 27 varsity teams, 10 junior varsity teams, and 3 middle school teams. Varsity winner was Hewitt-Trussville; runner-up was Sparkman. Junior varsity winner was Hale County; runner-up was Hewitt-Trussville. Middle school winner was Bankhead.
A total of $8,603.00 was raised for breast cancer and was presented to the DCH Foundation. Congratulations to the Hillcrest softball players who raised $4,406.00 and to the rest of the Hillcrest student body who raised $1,550.00.
Special thanks to our major sponsors, Wagner’s Team Sports and Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports, and to all our sponsors of our 2015 Patriot Classic.
Congratulations to Amy Hydrick – she is
Hillcrest High School’s Jacksonville State Hall of Fame teacher. Congratulations to Justin Ray – he is Hillcrest
High School’s Teacher of the Year. Mr. Ray received the honor last night of
being Tuscaloosa County’s Teacher of the Year. We are so proud of these
teachers and their dedication to teaching. Please congratulate them!!!
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