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CONTACT INFORMATION:
P.O. Box 1930 * 23 Mulberry Street
Butler, Georgia 31006
(479)862- 4855 or (478)862-5224

Title I Coordinator
Mrs. LaTonja Turner


Title II A, Title VI Part B, School Improvement, &
Assessment Security

Mr. Tom Callier & Mrs. Ellen Peacock

Title III Part A
Mr. Andrew Britt

McKinney-Vento Homeless Liaison
Mrs. Joyce Kennon

Parental Involvement Coordinators
Ms. Constance Dean & Ms. Anita Mathis

Notice to Parents:

ESEA Flexibility Waiver
ESEA Overview
What is CCRPI?
Parents Right to Know
Shared Decision Making
McKinney-Vento Homeless Info
FY 14 Comprehensive Local Implementation Plan (CLIP)
CLIP Agenda
Parent Acknowledgement Form
District Assurance Form
Freqently Asked Questions

Policies:

Federal Programs TCSS FY 15
TCSS Fraud Policy

FY 15 Complaint Procedures

Parent Policies:

TCSS District Parent Policy

Taylor County Primary School
Taylor County Upper Elementary
Taylor County Middle School
Taylor County High School
Georgia Center


Links:

TCHS Schoolwide Plan
TCMS Schoolwide Plan
TCMS Checklist
TCUES Schoolwide Plan
TCPS Schoolwide Plan
GYA Schoolwide Plan
SACS Calendar 2015

TCSS Testing Security Protocols

 

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Public School Choice Data  FY 2013-14
 
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires a local educational agency (LEA) to provide an opportunity for all students enrolled in a school that is in year one of Needs Improvement the opportunity to enroll in a school not designated for Needs Improvement.  Taylor County does not have a school eligible to participate in the public school choice provision of NCLB.  Therefore, Taylor County High Schools sent letters requesting agreements to surrounding counties to transfer eligible students. The surrounding school districts were not able to honor our requests for Public School Choice.

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Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of students enrolled in Taylor County High School:

The Elementary and Secondary Education Assistance Act of 1965, (ESEA) requires that parents/guardians who have children attending schools identified as needing improvement to be notified of the school’s academic achievement.  This letter is intended to provide additional information concerning the options available to your child under ESEA.  Adequate yearly progress (AYP) is one of the cornerstones of the ESEA Act.  It is a measure of year-to-year student achievement on statewide tests.  Title I schools that do not meet the State standard for AYP in the same subject for two or more consecutive years are placed in Needs Improvement (NI). In compliance with the requirement of ESEA, all students enrolled in a school that is in year one of NI has or have the opportunity to enroll in a school not designated as NI. This transfer option is known as Public School Choice (PSC). However, at this time your child cannot be transferred to another school to receive Public School Choice for the following reasons:

  • Taylor County School District has only one school and that is the school that your child is currently attending.
  • Taylor County School District has attempted to enter into a Cooperative Agreement with the following districts; Talbot County, Upson County, Crawford County, Peach County, Macon County, Schley County, and Marion County, however, at this time Talbot County, Upson County, Crawford County, Peach County, Macon County, Schley County, and Marion County are unable to accept students as transfers.

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