WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER! UNITY DAY OCT. 21, 2020
Red Ribbon Week
Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug FreeNorth Tattnall Middle School
Chess ClubNorth Tattnall Middle School
Semi-FinalsNorth Tattnall Middle School
Championship GameNorth Tattnall Middle School
Picture MakeUpsNorth Tattnall Middle School
20-21 TC Student Handbook
NTMS Sports Schedules 2020-2021
Newsletters & Lunch Menu
Title I Video Meeting (English)
Title I Video Meeting (Spanish)
NTMS YOUTH VOTE
Title I Meeting
Virtual Learning Information and FAQs
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Virtual Learning FAQs for Families
Support Guide for iReady Diagnostics
Message from the Principal
Welcome to the North Tattnall Middle School page! Words cannot express how excited I am to serve the young men and young women of Tattnall County! This is my sixteenth year in education, and I am proud to serve as principal here at North Tattnall Middle School. Tattnall County is known across our area as a great place to work and live, and I feel that is largely attributed to the expectations and pride of this community.
We are excited about all our new and returning teachers, and I’d like to personally vouch for each teacher and coach at NTMS. They are not only great teachers and coaches, but also great people. I know that they are here to teach and grow young men and young women. I am proud to serve alongside each one of them!
In spite of COVID-19 and all of the uncertainty it has brought, we have some very exciting things happening this year at NTMS. Our new house/reward system is one example. Our goals for this program are:
1) to take our school culture and climate to the next level!
2) to give students a sense of belonging
3) to teach students what it means to contribute to something bigger
4) friendly competition
Another new addition this year is our acquisition of a certified reading specialist who will help close the gap with students not reading on grade level. This is a key component of our school improvement and literacy plan, and we can’t wait to see the impact it has on our school!
I have worked in great districts before, but I can tell you without reservation the district support we get here is unparalleled. Our district office is proud to support our growth both academically and athletically. Thank you board of education members and staff for continuing to step up and support us toward doing “Whatever It Takes” as we work towards excellence. I look forward to introducing each of you to #TheWarriorWay Go Warriors!
Donny Sikes, Ed.S
TC School Calendar 2020-2021 (Rev. Aug 5)
4 HOUSES, 1 GOAL
Tattnall County Area Services
Families in Crisis
The BRIDGE Law
Right now is the time for your child to begin preparing for his or her future. In 2010, the Georgia General Assembly passed the BRIDGE law which requires students in grades 6-12 to receive college and career guidance and options in preparation for a successful future.
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RMS Report Card 2017-2018
Just for Parents
Motto: Mission: Vision
Whatever it Takes
The Tattnall County School System 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.
The Tattnall County School District will utilize innovative strategies to ensure ALL students will be successful
today and prepared for tomorrow.