Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning School Contact Information

Collins Elementary School -

Glennville Elementary School -

Reidsville Elementary School -

North Tattnall Middle School -

South Tattnall Middle School -

Tattnall County High School -


Students in grades 6-12 can contact Nick Tatum -  for assistance with Edgenuity issues.


Welcome to Tattnall County Schools Virtual Learning Program!  We are happy to be able to serve our students in this capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Below you will find your child’s login information for Clever.  This login information will allow them to access Tattnall County Schools applications from a single sign on.  The main program used will be Edgenuity Courseware for grades 6-12 and Edgenuity Pathblazer and Odyssey for grades K-5.  Other resources in the Clever application are supplementary and may be used for additional help or practice if needed.  Student work in supplementary applications is not required unless assigned by a Tattnall County Virtual Teacher.

Students who are enrolled in Honors or Gifted programs will have additional assignments as outlined in the Google Classroom.  Honors and Gifted teachers will be sending more information about those programs in the near future.  

Step  1: Using Chrome web browser, go to the Clever logon page:

Select Logon as Student

Step 2: Enter user logon credentials 

Step 3: View the welcome message in Clever

Step 4: Watch the Introductory video 

We have a few recommendations for our younger students in regards to how much time should be spent in the virtual learning platform:

K: 1 activity per day per subject

1st - 3rd grades: Average of 1.5 activities per day per subject

4th - 5th grades: 2 activities per day per subject

6th-12th: At least one hour per day per subject 

The amount of time for middle and high school students may vary depending upon the content. 

Please make sure your email address and phone numbers are current and updated throughout the semester so we can continue to communicate with you. Communication is the key to your child’s success, particularly in a virtual learning environment. In the event you have questions, please contact your child’s school so they can direct you to the appropriate person for help.

We pray you stay safe and have a wonderful virtual learning experience!