• Tishomingo School Principals Participate in Good Samaritan Food Pantry Drive

  • Belmont and TCHS Students are Excited About Receiving Their iPads Soon!

  • TCHS Student Signs Softball Scholarship with MUW - Mississippi University for Women

  • IMS celebrates Veterans’ Day with a Veteran Wall

  • A Special Flag Presentation Was Made at Burnsville School for Students Writing Letters to Troops.

  • Belmont Student Signs to Play Baseball at NEMCC

  • 2017 IES Reading Fair Winners

  • TCCTC FFA, HOSA and SkillsUSA Members Open Car Doors at Belmont Schools

  • Belmont Middle School FCA Collects Items to Support Patients in the Fight Against Cancer


 

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MDE Seeks Feedback on Redesign of School and District Report Cards

An annual report card is a way of providing parents and communities with information on how well their districts and schools are preparing their students for future success and to highlight where improvements are needed. The Mississippi Department of Education wants to hear from you on the new design of the state’s report card. Provide feedback through an easy-to-use survey here –  http://bit.ly/2ArxJwy


Belmont Student Earns Algebra Nation Award

December 5, 2017

Belmont Student Award
A ninth grade student at Belmont High School earned a certificate of recognition from Algebra Nation for placing within the TOP Karma Points Earners Statewide on the Algebra Wall. She is an Algebra I student in Mrs. Tammy Davis’s class.


Tishomingo County School District Prepares for the High Schools 1:1 iPad Initiative

In anticipation of the 1:1 iPad Initiative, Tishomingo County School District has partnered with Apple in preparing its staff for implementation. A Senior Specialist from Apple Professional Learning spent October 4th at Belmont High School, October 5th at TCHS, and October 6th at the District Office preparing teachers and administrators for the iPad rollout.

Teacher training focused on SAMR Model and Culture of Learning through engaging activities that model meaningful technology integration. The trainings also focused on developing skills in Keynote, Numbers, and Creativity/Productivity with the iPad. Administrator training was geared toward best practices, school level support and enhancing productivity skills.

In an effort to ensure successful utilization, Mrs. Kristy Counce attended Apple Academy training in Cupertino, CA in July and received the certification of Apple Learning Specialist that allows her to train with Malika, who will be working within our district for 20 days this year. The district will continue teacher training and support throughout this process.

What students/grades are included in the iPad Initiative?
All students in Grades 9-12 at Belmont High School and Tishomingo County High School.

“Parent Meetings at Night”:
This is where the administration will speak about the initiative and parents will sign paperwork and pay fees.
 November 27 – (Belmont Auditorium) (11th-12th Grades) – 7:00 pm
 December 4 – (TC Auditorium) (11th-12th Grades) – 7:00 pm
 December 7 – (TC Auditorium) (9th-10th Grades) – 6:00 pm
 December 11 – (Belmont Auditorium) (9th-10th Grades) – 6:00 pm

Student device deployment:
This is when the technology team will come to each school and give the devices out to students.
 Belmont – January 8th – 9th – during school day
 TCHS – January 4th – 5th – during school day

Is there a fee to participate in the program?
Yes, there is a $35.00 annual non-refundable technology fee for each student, with deductibles per damage incident. This fee DOES NOT cover the first incident. The fee is due on the Parent Meeting Night and will be due in August during registration at the beginning of each school year.

Receiving Your iPad
iPads will be distributed to students and parents through iPad orientation. iPad orientation is mandatory for students receiving their iPad for the first time. Before receiving an iPad, students and parents must sign and return copies of the following documents:
• Student/Parent/Guardian Technology Agreement
• Student Mobile Device Release Form
• Acceptable Use Policy
• Student/Parent Check List and Signature Page

What comes with the iPad?
o iPad 9.7-Inch 5th Gen (Wi-Fi Only)
o MP2F2LL/A iPad Wi-Fi 32GB Space Gray
o Model A1822
o 2 GB Ram, Two Core, 1.8 GHz Apple A9 processor, 32 GB Flash Memory Storage
o 9.7″ 2048×1536 (264 ppi) LED-backlit IPS touch-sensitive “Retina” display
o “Touch ID” fingerprint sensor
o Lightning Port Power Cable
o Dual Cameras: Rear-mounted 8 megapixel “iSight” camera & Front-mounted 1.2 megapixel “FaceTime HD” camera
o Logitech Rugged Combo with Detachable Keyboard
o Height x Width x Depth: 273.5 mm x 193.9 mm x 25.8 mm
o Weight: 744 g

The district is hosting Parent Meeting Nights to provide parents, guardians, and students with more detailed information regarding the iPad initiative. If you have a student in grades 9-12, please make plans to attend the appropriate Parent Meeting Night (see “Parent Meetings at Night” above) to gain important information, to complete paperwork, and to pay the annual technology fee for your child to receive an iPad.


BMS 7th ELA Students Hear from Representatives of the Justice Court System

Belmont Middle School Language Arts Class

While reading Ben Mikaelsen’s novel, Touching Spirit Bear, 7th grade students in Mrs. Eva Kirk’s English Language Arts class at Belmont Middle School were exposed to the work of officials in the justice system. To make a real-world connection to this book study, the students enjoyed visits from two representatives of the justice system, Mr. Merle McAnally and Judge Gerald Wallace.


Belmont Elementary Helping Hands

Belmont Helping Hands

Belmont Elementary Students are “Helping Hands” to the Kids of the TX and FL Hurricanes. They collected toys, books, and clothes to donate. They also wrote sweet letters to the children in those communities.


TCHS Students Perform at Mississippi State

September 22, 2017

TCHS Show Choir
On September 10th & 11th, hundreds of choir students from middle schools and high schools throughout the Southeast converged on the campus of Mississippi State University to take part in the MSU Choral Colloquium. Ten Tishomingo County High School choral students were members of the Mississippi State High School Honor Choir. They had the opportunity to prepare choral pieces under the direction of a guest conductor. After intense rehearsal, the students gave a concert on Tuesday afternoon, September 11th.


Burnsville School Remembers 9/11 with Program

September 11, 2017

Burnsville School Remembers 9/11   Burnsville School Remembers 9/11
On Monday, Mr. James Monroe gave a presentation for all grades at Burnsville School about September 11, 2001. A Burnsville student’s grandparent loaned a replica of a semi-truck that had all the names of people who died from the attack. Thanks to those who helped us to properly Remember and Observe 9/11.


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