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Title I Announcement

8th Grade Parent Night Workshop
November 3, 2014
6-8 pm  in Mrs. Cristello's Room

 

Rebel Pride!  Turner Middle names first winners

 Each nine weeks, ten outstanding Eighth Grade students at Turner County Middle School are selected to receive the “Rebel Pride” award. Students are chosen based on qualities such as character, leadership, and citizenship. Rebel Pride students work hard, complete their assignments on time, and demonstrate effort toward mastery of all subjects. These students model exemplary behavior both inside and outside the classroom, are well mannered, and are respectful to peers and teachers alike.

Rebel Pride honorees for the first nine weeks are Back Row (from left to right): De’Andre Tukes, Joseph Lewis, Nacoma Tukes, Joshua Layfield, Quaneisha Lindsey, Front Row: Olivia Dorminey, Jadora Allen, Osheanna Douglas, Abigail Zapote, and Ashlee Jones.

Meet the New Principal
Turner County Middle High School's new principal comes to us from McIntosh County Schools. Mr. Michael Simmons has 20 years of...

TCMS Students Learn About Food Chains With New Activeslates   
TCMS Students Learn About Food Chains With New Activslates  Mrs. Amber Stephens' life science students tried out their...

TCMS Students to Receive State Scholarships for College   
Accompanied by First Lady Sandra Deal, four Turner County Middle School students signed commitments Wednesday September 24th...

Mrs. Amber Stephens Wins Irwin EMC Bright Ideas Grant   
Hope Paulk from Irwin EMC and Diane Wideman, Colony Bank and Irwin EMC Foundation Director, presented Mrs. Stephens with a check...

Yearbook Picture Schedule   
Makeup Day November 7th

Emergency Procedure Letter to Parents   
Principal's letter to parents explaining the procedures we will follow in an emergency situation.

Middle School Retention Policy   
6th, 7th, and 8th grade students must pass all academic courses, which are math, language arts/reading, science, and social studies,...