WE ARE...North Tattnall Warriors
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Georgia Milestone Testing Dates April 30-May2; May7-8
Georgia Milestones Assessments
EOG Performance Levels
Georgia has developed a specific set of academic performance standards or expectations at each grade level for all students in Georgia public schools. EOGs are like an academic checkup designed to measure how well students are acquiring the knowledge, concepts and skills set forth at each grade level. They give students an opportunity to show what they know. Student achievement in each content area is classified into four performance levels: Beginning Learner, Developing Learner, Proficient Learner or Distinguished Learner. These results provide teachers with valuable information regarding each child’s academic achievement and progress, so that they can best design educational programs to meet needs.
EOG Performance & Promotion
A child’s performance on the EOGs also assists in determining promotion to the next grade level for all students. The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) and the State Board of Education have established specific performance guidelines for third, fifth and eighth grades as follows:
• Third-grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading.
• Fifth-grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading and at the Developing Learner level in mathematics.
• Eighth-Grade students must score At Grade Level in the area of reading and at the Developing Learner level in mathematics.
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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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Message from the Principal
Hello Warrior Nation!
I am Gwenda Johnson, Principal of North Tattnall Middle School, and I wanted to take a brief moment to welcome you to the North Tattnall Middle School website. It is my sincere pleasure and honor to be starting my 10th year as the Principal in Tattnall County School System. I have lived in Reidsville for the past 23 years and truly call this my home. I am married to Eddie Johnson, Jr. and have two children, Deondre who will a freshman at Mercer University and Jasmine who will be a freshman at Tattnall County High School. North Tattnall Middle School is totally committed to our mission statement of doing Whatever it takes and we are invested in making sure that our students receive a quality education that prepares them for the next level.
While we take our education seriously, we want North Tattnall Middle to be a place where students, teachers, and support staff are engaged, and where school is a fun and exciting place to be. As principal, it is important to me that everyone who steps though our doors- staff, students, and parents - are happy and excited to be here! With your help and support, we will succeed in our mission, creating a great place for students to learn and teachers to teach. When we ALL work together and do things with the best interests of our students as the focus, we will be a Warrior Fighting Terrific school!
Welcome to the Tribe!.
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.