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.
All afterschool activities, sports, and events have been cancelled for today, Spetember 29, 2022.
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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.
Tuesday we will have our School Improvement Team meeting from 3:30-4:30 in the media center. Parents are welcome to attend.
Thursday night we will host our Title 1 Parent Night / Progress Report Pick up from 5:30-6:30 pm. We will begin in the media center with our Title 1 session and then parents will go to classrooms to pick up progress reports and speak with teachers.
Have a great week!
Don't forget that tomorrow, Wednesday, September 21st is an Early Release day. Students will be dismissed at 1:00 pm.
mClass reading assessments for kindergarten through third grade students will continue this week.
This week we will participate in “Start with Hello” week, part of the Sandy Hook Promise. TES students will participate in a variety of activities such as writing thank you cards, talking with students they haven’t talked to before, wearing green, and wearing their favorite school appropriate outfit.
Wednesday of this week is an Early Release day. Students will be released at 1:00. Students can wear green as part of “Start with Hello” week.
On Friday of this week, students can wear their favorite school appropriate shirt, outfit, shoes, or bring their favorite picture/small toy and share with the class why it’s their favorite. Again, part of “Start with Hello” week.
Parents, if your child is a bus rider and you need for them to be a car rider, we need this information no later than 2:00 pm. We cannot hold buses to get students off at the end of the day. We appreciate your help with this.
Don’t forget, our Title 1 Parent Night and Progress Report pick up will take place on Thursday, September 29th from 5:30-6:30 pm. We hope to see you there!
We thank you for your continued support! Have a great week!
Dear Parents/Guardians – We are excited to announce that starting within the next few weeks we will begin FREE COVID-19 testing at our school!
We will be utilizing routine screening to help keep our community safe. Testing will ONLY be for the students who are registered, and it will be conducted using the gentle nasal swabbing technique (not the kind that tickles the brain!). We encourage everyone to register for this free and effective program.
If you would like to register your child for free COVID-19 testing at school, please register at the links below: Please make sure to select the correct school for your child. Thank you!
Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Dorinda Spruill, Tyrrell Elementary Teacher of the Year and Tyrrell County Schools Teacher of the Year!
Our kindergarten through third grade students will continue with mClass assessments this week. Kindergarten through fifth grade students will also continue with iReady math assessments this week.
Thursday is the first Day of Hispanic Heritage month. Our students will spend time learning about the Hispanic culture and influential people from September 15-October 15.
Looking ahead, please mark your calendars for Thursday, September 29th. We will host our Title 1 Parent Night and Progress Report pick up from 5:30-6:30 pm. We hope to see you there!
Last but certainly not least, I would like to take this opportunity to give a HUGE shout out to the students and staff at TES for meeting expected growth for the 21-22 school year! What a testament to our teachers’ hard work and dedication to students, and our students dedication to their learning! Not only did TES meet expected growth-ALL Tyrrell County Schools met growth!
Let’s keep this momentum, AND MORE, going for the 22-23 school year! We appreciate your support.
Have a great week!