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    TCSS Introduces Anonymous Alerts Communications Tool

    The Anonymous Alerts anti-bullying and safety app reporting system helps combat bullying and other negative activity in schools by empowering students to speak up. Social and peer pressure can act as a barrier to a student reporting this type of activity. Anonymous Alerts is a way to remove that barrier, by allowing a student to report without revealing their identity.

    Click here to read more about the Anonymous Alert Tool.

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  • If you could help our school earn tens of thousands of dollars by filling in one form, would you do it?  Of course you would!  You can do just that by filling in and returning the lunch forms that went home on Tuesday, August 13.  It is imperative that each family fills in the form and returns it as soon as possible.  If you did not receive a lunch form, please let your child's teacher or the office know and one will be sent home.  We appreciate each of our families for helping Walker keep the federal funding needed to make our school successful.  Go Rams!

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  • Welcome back to a new school year!  We are excited to see each and every new face.  Our school is welcoming 32 new pre-kindergarteners, over 100 new kindergarteners, many new first through fifth graders and several new employees.  Whether you are new to Walker or returning for another year, we are happy that "You Are Walker".

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  • Parents of returning students: Please complete Infosnap registration as soon as possible.  If you do not have your child's Infosnap code, check your child's report card or call the office at 205-342-2664.

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  • A big Walker thanks goes out to Stan Acker and our County Commission.  In a meeting on July 24, Walker was awarded a $5,000 grant to continue our playground renovation.  This grant will be combined with the 2018-2019 Ram Run contributions to provide a safe and fun playground environment for our students.  Thank you again, Mr. Acker and the Tuscaloosa County Commission for your continued support!

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