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.
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The 2017 graduation rate has been announced, and Tattnall County has a reason to celebrate! The Tattnall County High School Class of 2017 achieved the highest graduation rate ever at 80.3%, which is almost 6% higher than last year’s rate. This year’s graduation rate puts us right at the state average graduation rate of 80.6%. We know that graduation is the culmination of 13 years of education that begins in PreK and ends with that walk across the stage on the field at Battle Creek. Thank you to everyone who has worked to ensure that our students achieve this goal – parents, community members, teachers and staff members at the schools, our bus drivers who transport our students daily, and our STUDENTS, who believe in themselves and know that graduation is possible.
Our goal will continue to be doing whatever it takes to ensure that our students are receiving a quality education that leads to a 100% graduation rate. We believe it can happen! It’s a great day to be a Battle Creek Warrior!!
Dr. Gina Williams, Superintendent, was recently recognized by the Georgia School Superintendents Association for her dedication to educating Tattnall County students. Dr. Williams is a visionary leader who is a relentless advocate for every child in our system. Her leadership focuses on academic achievement for all students and effective, high quality leadership from administrators. Parental involvement is encouraged, and partnerships with community stakeholders is pursued. Under Dr. Williams' leadership, Tattnall has earned a high score on financial efficiency during times that have been fiscally challenging.
We congratulate Dr. Williams on the elite award and express our appreciation for her hard work for our children and staff.
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