November 23-27, 2020
“Elevating All Students to a Standard of Excellence!” Tattnall County High School is continuously evolving into an institution steep in tradition, but starkly aware of the ever-changing world around us. As the incoming principal, I am excited to take on the task of growing our students and holding them accountable to the potential they all encompass. As a former TCHS Senior English teacher, I expanded my role into one that created an impact both inside and outside of the classroom. My first priority was to ensure that students knew that I cared about not only their ability to learn, but their ability to survive in a world that is sometimes unforgiving. My belief is all the more important in today’s world. My role has changed, but my mission has not. I will work to ensure that all students are moving toward a standard of excellence that reaches beyond their expectations. I realize that my belief in each and every student’s ability is one that I approach with ease, but the challenge comes in making every effort to ensure that students believe in themselves. I do not stand in my belief alone, our faculty, staff, parents, and community will continue to join together in doing whatever it takes to elevate each and every individual child to a standard of excellence. In our efforts, we are better together.
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Special Education records with personally identifiable information used in the provision of a free and appropriate public education are no longer needed to provide education services to students who were born between November 1990 through November 2000. With appropriate identification, former students, and/or their parents or legal guardians may obtain said records by contacting Annie Brown, at the Tattnall County Board of Education Office, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at 912-557-4726. If no response is received on or before February 12, 2021, the above mentioned records will be destroyed.
State School Superintendent, Richard Woods's Letter of Thanks to Georgia's Parents and Families
Parker’s Donates $3,800 to Support Students and Teachers at Tattnall County Schools
Parker’s Chief of Staff Kate Smith (right) recently presented a Fueling the Community check for $3,800 to Tattnall County Schools. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gina Williams (left) accepted the donation on behalf of the school system on Oct. 6.
Thank you, Mr. Parker and those who fuel up on the first Wednesday each month!
The Tattnall County School District is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure a quality education that affirms ALL students’ value and worth and will lead to high school graduation and productive citizenship.
1. Attain High academic Achievement and Success
2. Build Positive Relationships
3. Maintain Organizational Effectiveness
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As part of the CCRPI reports, the Georgia Department of Education released the 2018 School Climate Star Ratings for local schools.
School climate refers to the quality and character of school life-the "culture" of the school. A sustainable, positive school climate fosters youth development and student learning, which are essential elements for academic success, career-skill improvement and overall quality of life. The School Climate Star Rating assesses the climate of a school-each school in Georgia receives a one to five star rating, with five stars representing an excellent school climate and one star representing a school climate most in need of improvement.
Mission: Tattnall County School District is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure a quality education that affirms ALL students' value and worth and will lead to a high school graduation and productive citizenship.
Vision: Tattnall County School District will utilize innovative strategies to ensure ALL students will be successful today and prepared for tomorrow.
The Tattnall County School District shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, handicap, or disability (Title II, VI, IX, and Section 504).