Dr. Gina Williams, Superintendent
Welcome to the Tattnall County School System website. It is our hope that this website will provide you with the information that you need to stay abreast of all of the accomplishments, events, and information about our schools, staff and students. The Tattnall County School System staff members are highly qualified, caring individuals who are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure that our students are provided a rigorous and relevant curriculum that will prepare them for graduation and life beyond high school.
We know that to accomplish our mission of providing a quality education, we must partner with our parents and community members. We are grateful to each of you for the support we receive, and we appreciate your commitment to public education. Through our consolidated efforts, we will see our students continue to achieve in the classrooms and through our extracurricular activities. Every class, every activity, every game is helping to mold our students into productive citizens who will one day be the leaders in our community.
As your Superintendent, I want to assure you that your Board members and I are committed to the teachers, students and parents of the Tattnall County School System. We value your input as we do whatever it takes to help our children become successful today and prepared for tomorrow.
Gina G. Williams, Ed.D., Superintendent
BOE 8:00 - 4:30 (4:00 F)
CES 7:45 - 2:45
GES 8:00 - 2:30
RES 8:00 - 2:30
NTMS 7:40 - 3:00
STMS 7:40 - 3:00
TCHS 7:40 - 2:40
3rd-5th Grade GMAS
Monday, May 10th: ELA Section 1
Tuesday, May 11th: ELA Section 2
Wednesday, May 12th: ELA Section 3Glennville Elementary
NTMS Spring FootballNorth Tattnall Middle School
Emergency Broadband Application Opens
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households. Complete program information can be found at this weblink: https://getemergencybroadband.org/Tattnall County Schools
Georgia Milestones (ELA Day 2)
6-8 GradesNorth Tattnall Middle School
GMAS Testing - ELA 3Collins Elementary School
Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households. If your household is eligible, you can receive:
- Up to a $50/month discount on your broadband service and associated equipment rentals
- Up to a $75/month discount if your household is on qualifying Tribal lands
- A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50)
Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household.
The FCC has announced that consumers can begin applying for and enrolling in the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program on May 12, 2021. The program will end when the fund runs out of money, or six months after the Department of Health and Human Services declares an end to the COVID-19 health emergency, whichever is sooner.
Complete program information can be found at this weblink: https://getemergencybroadband.org/
News and Updates
Summer Virtual STEAM ProgramTattnall County Schools
New COVID Protocol
On Monday, April 26, 2021, the TC BOE voted to make face masks a personal preference (suggested, but not required) in school and on buses. Schools will no longer be required to take temperatures, but will continue with cleaning and disinfecting protocols.Tattnall County Schools
Effective July 1, 2021, children 16 years of age and older, who are entering the 11th grade (including new entrants), must have received one booster dose of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4), unless their initial dose was administered on or after their 16th birthday.
As a reminder, meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness that affects the brain and the spinal cord in the form of meningitis, and the bloodstream in the form of septicemia. It can cause shock, coma, and death within hours of the first symptoms.
If students have not been vaccinated against meningococcal disease, we strongly recommend they visit their doctor or health care provider to get their MCV4 booster shot. Receiving the MCV4 booster now will not only help protect students against the ongoing threat of meningitis, but will also meet the new school entry requirement.
Parents of students without health insurance or those whose health plan does not cover these vaccines, may call their local health department and ask about getting no or low cost vaccines. For more information, visit http://dph.georgia.gov/vaccines-children or call (800)-848-3868.Tattnall County Schools
Summer Reading Skills Program
This summer, help your child become a confident, enthusiastic reader in the Summer Reading Skills Programs, offered by Mercer University, Center for Executive Education and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. Click on the attached flyer for more details.Tattnall County Schools
School Menu for April-May 2021Tattnall County Schools
Tattnall County Kindergarten Registration/Inscripción de Kínder para el Condado de TattnallTattnall County Schools
Parker's Donates $3800 to Tattnall County Schools
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!Tattnall County Schools
Semester 1 Report Cards
Report cards went home on Friday, February 7th.
Quarter 3 began February 3rd and ends March 26th.Tattnall County Schools
Parents: Check your child's grades and attendance in Parent Portal.Tattnall County Schools
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.Tattnall County Schools
1. Attain High academic Achievement and Success
2. Build Positive Relationships
3. Maintain Organizational EffectivenessTattnall County Schools
Virtual Summer STEAM Program
Title I Video Meeting
Title I Resources
TC Schools COVID Statistics
New COVID Protocols 4/26/21
Meals for Virtual Learners
Back to School
Virtual Library Card
New Elementary Schools
Parents, be sure to request an account for Parent Portal from your school's registrar. Here you can check grades and attendance on your children.
Parents and students may receive instant alerts from our website with the eChalk Notify app.
Download the eChalk Notify app from the App Store or Play Store and register with this code: GCBDEF
Help Raise Funds for Schools at Parker's
Fuel Up on 1st Wednesdays
GLENNVILLE, Ga. (May 23, 2019) – Parker’s recently donated $2,500 to Tattnall County Schools as part of the company’s Fueling the Community charitable initiative, which donates a portion of gas sold on the first Wednesday of each month to area schools. The check presentation took place at South Tattnall Middle School in Glennville, Ga. on May 17.
“At Parker’s, we believe it’s important to invest in education, since it’s the rising tide that lifts all ships” said Parker’s founder and CEO Greg Parker. “I’m originally from Tattnall County, so I’m deeply honored to support local teachers, students and future leaders through our Fueling the Community program.”
Parker’s launched the Fueling the Community charitable initiative in 2011 and donates money to schools in every community where the company operates stores. Parker’s has donated nearly $1 million to area schools since the inception of the Fueling the Community program and has donated more than $100,000 during the current school year.
Deeply engaged with the communities it serves, Parker’s endows the Parker’s Emergency and Trauma Center at Memorial Hospital in Savannah and spearheads the Keep Savannah Clean anti-litter campaign. In 2018, Parker’s also donated a record $5 million to create the Parker College of Business at Georgia Southern University.
Founded in 1976, Parker’s has earned accolades for its Parker’s Rewards loyalty program, award-winning Fueling the Community charitable initiative, innovative mobile app and acclaimed PumpPal program, which has saved customers more than $10 million since its inception.
Parker’s has been ranked on Inc.’s elite list of the top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. for four consecutive years, has been recognized by USA Today for its impressive food selection and has earned raves as a top-rated restaurant on TripAdvisor. The company employs nearly 1,000 individuals throughout the region and completes more than 125,000 transactions daily.
Parker’s is strategically redefining America’s convenience store industry, offering customers high-quality products, freshly prepared food and superior customer service at 57 retail stores throughout southeast Georgia and South Carolina. Headquartered in Savannah, Ga., Parker’s has a commitment to exceeding customer expectations and has repeatedly been recognized as one of the nation’s leading convenience store and food service companies. In addition to world-famous hand-breaded Southern Fried Chicken Tenders, Parker’s Kitchen also serves made-from-scratch mac ‘n’ cheese, a breakfast bar and daily specials. The company’s popular PumpPal loyalty program, which includes more than 150,000 members, has saved Parker’s customers more than $10 million to date. For more information about Parker’s, visit www.parkersav.com.
Now Hiring - Kelly Services
Bus Drivers Needed!
Tattnall School District has job opportunities for bus drivers.
Apply online today! https://tattnallschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Health & Safety
Meningococcal Booster Dose Requirement Update April 2021
Effective July 1, 2021, children 16 years of age and older, who are entering the 11th grade (including new entrants), must have received one booster dose of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4), unless their initial dose was administered on or after their 16th birthday. If your teen has not been vaccinated against meningococcal disease, we strongly recommend getting your 11th grader, aged 16 years or older, vaccinated before starting the 2021-2022 school year. Getting MCV4 (meningococcal conjugate vaccine) now will not only help protect your child against the ongoing threat of meningitis, it will also meet the new school entry requirement.
Telehealth for Tattnall County Students & Staff
Learn more about the telehealth services - LINK
Below you will find some trusted sites to help you be prepared in the event of an emergency. Please remember to write down a list of important numbers such as family members, hospitals, doctors and any elderly neighbors that may need to be checked on in the event of an emergency.
Disaster Relief Information-911
Tattnall 911 services are available for all residents.
Red Cross --Southeast Georgia Local Information for Disaster Relief
Awards and Recognitions
FY21 Budget and Property Tax
GaDOE Financial Report
As of November 1, the Department of Education has published its new financial data reporting tool as required by HB 139. The reporting system link is: https://bit.ly/2qyHuCw
HB 139 required the aggregation and publication of a variety of financial information for all school districts, such as revenue and expenditure data, capital construction costs, recent audits, and similar reports. All of information on this site consists of data and other information which the Department already collects and in most cases published in some existing form, or which is collected and published by another department within state government such as the Department of Audits and Accounts. HB 139 required the centralization of this information into a single web site, which is the purpose of this new reporting system
In accordance with IDEA regulations, the Tattnall County School system seeks to ensure that all disabled students (ages birth-21) who are in need of special education within its jurisdiction are identified, located, and evaluated, including those who are homeless, wards of the State, highly mobile, incarcerated, or are attending private school and home school. Final identification of students with disabilities and programming for such students occurs only after an appropriate evaluation and a determination by a Multidisciplinary Place Team.
If the “child find” progress indicated that a student may require special education and supportive services in order to benefit from regular education, the student shall be referred to the Multidisciplinary Placement Team to determine the student’s eligibility for special education services.
If you know a child with a disability not being served, please notify:
Director of Special Education
146 West Brazell Street
Reidsville, GA 30453