Student Information Page
2023-2024 A Great Year Ahead!
Welcome to Tattnall County Schools. We are happy to partner with you to guide your child to academic and career success and in doing so, enhance our community. Our website is one communication tool we will use to keep returning and new students and families informed. For additional information that is school specific, select the school's webpage. Each school will also provide digital communication tools for family engagement.
Please ensure that you read the TC Student Handbook . This document includes the school district's policies and procedures. We provide each student with a copy at the beginning of school or at time of enrollment, and an online copy remains on our website for easy reference. The Student Handbook requires parent/guardian signature because of its importance to a successful school year.
New & Transfer Student Registration
Click to access each hyperlink document.
- New Student Registration for School
- Returning Student Information Update Forms
- Updates should be completed online through Parent Portal. If necessary, parents may request paper forms.
- TC.Student Computer Use Agreement
- Schools & Contact Information
- Immunization Requirements
- FERPA - Request to Restrict Directory Information (PDF)
Spotlight on Galileo
Research any topic for any grade level on Galileo !
Old password: mountain
New password: order
WAS Changed: August 8, 2022
This password will be valid until: January 8, 2023
Handbook and Calendar
Back to School Supplies
Provided with CARES Funding:
In preparation of the 2023-2024 school year, ESSER funding will be used to purchase "Back to School" general supplies for all students. Parents will be asked to provide only personal items such as bookbags, calculators, etc. This is an effort to relieve some of the financial hardship on our families and communities.
All Children Eat for Free
For the 2022-23 school year, all children will receive free breakfast and free lunch. This is made possible by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provison (CEP). Students may still purchase second servings and non-menu a-la-carte items. Lunch menus are located on the School Nutrition page.
Transportation to school
Our Transportation Center is located adjacent to the Tattnall County High School campus. The transportation center (aka Bus Barn) along with the school office provide detailed information on bus routes, drivers, and pickup points. Designated areas and routines for car pickups are determined by the administration at each school to create a safe and efficient traffic flow. It is very important to provide your current residential address and contact information on the student information forms. If you have any questions about transportation, call 912-557-8916.
Georgia’s Dual Enrollment program allows high school students (9th-12th grade) to earn college credit while working on their high school diploma. The Dual Enrollment program includes provisions to help remove some of the financial barriers that may prevent students from participating in a dual enrollment program.
Dexter Mosely Act (Home-school extracurricular participation)
During the 2021 legislative session, the Georgia General Assembly passed the Dexter Mosely Act (Senate Bill 42). This legislation authorizes home study students in grades 6-12 to participate in extracurricular and interscholastic activities in the student’s resident public school system, with the requirement of certain notification and course enrollment provisions. The law is codified in O.C.G.A. § 20-2-319.6.
No home school students should attend workouts or practices/competitions until they are fully registered.
The following documents include important information required for home-schooled students to participate in athletic and extracurricular activities in Tattnall County schools.