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Mission Statement

Tyrrell Elementary School is dedicated to the success and growth of globally competitive and environmentally responsible citizens.  Together, as a community, we provide a safe atmosphere where students can become creative thinkers, collaborative problem solvers and effective decision makers.  Through the commitment and cooperation of educators, parents, students, and community members, we can empower our children to work rigorously to be prepared for the twenty-first century. (Adopted, 2010)
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News & Announcements

Friday, Sept. 30 - Remote Learning Day for TCS Schools

Tropical Storm Ian is projected to affect our area on Friday. The forecast calls for winds 30 mph+, 4-6 inches of rain and tidal flooding. With those circumstances in mind, Friday, September 30 will be a remote learning day and all schools will be closed. All after school activities on Thursday (today) and Friday (tomorrow) are cancelled. These decisions are made with the safety of our students and staff in mind. We anticipate returning to our regular schedule on Monday, October 3.

Cancelled

All afterschool activities, sports, and events have been cancelled for today, Spetember 29, 2022.
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$20/Hour - Bus Drivers Needed

$20/hora - Se necesitan conductores de autobús *** Please call 796-1121 for more information. *** Por favor llame al 796-1121 para más información.
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Tyrrell County Board of Education Hires New Superintendent

The Tyrrell County Board of Education is excited to announce the selection and election of Dr. Karen Morning Roseboro as the next superintendent of the Tyrrell County Schools (TCS). Dr. Roseboro will take office on October 17, 2022.

At A Glance

  • 5 Star PreK Rating
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    15 Staff Members with Advanced Degrees
  • 72.5% Participation Rate in Kinderswim Program
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    20 Faculty Alumni
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    1:1 Student to Mobile Device Ratio
  • 72% of Students Earned PBIS Recognition