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Today is Tattnall Day at Genghis Grill from 11 am – 9 pm.  Present your ticket to your server and Genghis Grill will donate a portion of your total bill (not including tax, gratuity or promotional discounts) to Tattnall.

Congratulations to the varsity football team for their 28 to 0 win over Twiggs County this past Friday night. Tattnall moves to 7-0 for the season!

Congratulations to our Lady Trojans softball team for their win over Wilcox County this past Wednesday!  They play a home doubleheader Wednesday at 4:30 in the best 2 out of 3 games in the 2nd round of softball playoffs.  The “if” game will be played Thursday at 5:00.

Congratulations to Miles Benson and the Tattnall Band of Gold!   They competed at the Sound of Silver Band Competition against 7 other bands in Single A classification and received:

2nd Place, Auxiliary (Color Guard)

3rd Place, Band

Excellent Drum Major

Superior Auxiliary

Superior Drumline

Excellent Band

Varsity football plays a home game with FPD this Friday night.  Pre-sale tickets for the football game are $5 and may be purchased in the front office.

The One Act Cast will present “After Hours” in Trojan Hall Thursday, October 19th at 6:30 pm.   Tickets are $3 at the door.  The show has a cast of 11 members and will last about 30 minutes.   As many students and parents as possible are needed in the audience so the cast can practice in front of a substantial audience.  One-Act competition is Saturday, October 21st at MDS.

Duke University will hold information sessions in Atlanta October 18.  For more information and to register for the event, visit admiss.ugrad.duke.edu/discover-duke.

October 20

Spirit Dress Day, Pep Rally, Student vs. Faculty Dodgeball game; Elementary football night at the varsity football game

October 25

Fun Run/Color Run  (half day for upper school only)

October 27

Spirit Dress Day in honor of football

October 28

Band Mattress Fundraiser in the Multi-Purpose Room from 10 am – 5 pm

October 30

Delayed Arrival

Faculty Follies

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  • All School Spirit Day (football)

    October 20, 2017

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Lunch Menu

Log on to payforit.net to make a deposit to you child’s account, view lunch account balances, set up recurring deposits, set up email notifications for account balances, or request a detailed report showing purchase history. Student lunch codes can be accessed through Mrs. Cheek in the Business Office.

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Campus Store Hours

Spirit Shop Hours

MondayWednesday, and Friday 7:45 am – 3:45 pm.

Media Center

The Joe B. Hill Media Center is open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Contact Mrs. Stacy Chambers if you have questions regarding AR, book selections, or other media center programs.

Dress Code Information

Shop Lands’ End for approved uniform styles and options.  You can also sign up for the Lands’ End e-newsletter to receive sale notices and coupons. Our school code for Lands’ End is 900127457.

BOYS

  • Collared polo or oxford shirts purchased through Lands’ End or the Spirit Shop with Tattnall logos are to be worn each day, all grades (exceptions to be made on announced Spirit Days or Special Occasion Days)
  • Shirts must be either black, gray, navy, pink, cobalt (royal), maize (gold), chambray blue, pin-striped or white.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
  • T-shirts worn under uniform shirts must be solid black, blue, maize, gray, pink or white and have no writing.
  • Solid khaki or navy pants and shorts (no Chubbies) with belt loops may be worn on non- chapel days. For students in grades 7-12, shorts may not have extra pockets on the outside except basic front and back pockets.
  • Pants are not to be worn above or below the natural waistline.
  • Boys are to wear leather belts with all pants/shorts. 
  • Holes in clothing do not meet dress requirements regardless of what is worn underneath them.
  • Boys are to keep their hair cut such that it does not touch the collar, eyebrows, or cover the ears. Sideburns may not extend below the middle of the ear.
  • No facial hair is allowed.
  • Non-traditional hair color will not be allowed.
  • Any part of a tattoo that is visible (permanent or temporary) and body piercings of any kind are not allowed.
  • No hats or sunglasses are to be worn.
  • No lanyards or chains hanging from pockets.
  • Boys may not wear any form of sandal to school. Birkenstock-type clogs with a back will be allowed.  Croc-style shoes are not allowed. 
  • Students may wear non-TSA outerwear, but are limited to blue, gold, white, gray, or black.   Logos on outerwear must fit under a 3 x 5 index card.  Pullover outerwear must have a collared shirt worn underneath with the collar clearly visible.  While hoodies are permissible, the attached hoods are never to be worn inside the building.
  • For K3- 12th grade, royal blue Tattnall shirts and khaki shorts or pants will be worn on field trips.

GIRLS

  • Collared shirts purchased through Lands’ End with Tattnall logos are to be worn Monday-Friday for all grades. The only exception is pre-announced special occasion or Spirit Days.  
  • Shirts must be either black, gray, navy, pink, cobalt (royal), maize (gold), chambray blue, or white.   
  • T-shirts worn under uniform shirts must be solid black, blue, maize, gray, pink or white and have no writing or lace
  • All pants, skorts, shorts, skirts, and jumpers must be either solid khaki, navy, or approved Lands’ End plaid.
  • Skirts/shorts should follow the fingertip rule. (no shorter than the length of the arm and hand extended down at the side).
  • No skirts with slits in the back are permitted.
  • Pants and skirts are not to be worn above or below the natural waistline.
  • Holes in clothing do not meet dress requirements regardless of what is worn underneath them.
  • Stockings and socks must be a solid black, gray, maize, royal, or white and not have lace.  Only black leggings may be worn, and only with skirts or jumpers.
  • Non-traditional hair color will not be allowed.
  • Any part of a tattoo that is visible (permanent or temporary) and body piercings (other than the ears) are not allowed.  
  • Girls may wear no more than two earrings per ear.
  • No hats or sunglasses are to be worn.
  • No lanyards or chains hanging from pockets.
  • All shoes must be either closed toed or have a strap on the back.  Birkenstock-type clogs with a back will be allowed.  Croc-style shoes are not allowed.  Heels on shoes can be no more than two inches.  Flat sole boots may be worn with skirts.
  • Students may wear non-TSA outerwear, but are limited to blue, gold, white, gray, or black.  Logos on outerwear must fit under a 3 x 5 index card.  Pullover outerwear must have a collared shirt worn underneath with the collar clearly visible.  While hoodies are permissible, the attached hoods are never to be worn inside the building.  
  • For K3-12th grade, royal blue Tattnall shirts and khaki shorts, skirts, or pants and plaid skirts will be worn on field trips.

BOYS AND GIRLS CHAPEL WEAR

Grades K3-6:

  • Boys are to wear white, maize (gold), or cobalt (royal) polos with the Tattnall logo and solid Khaki or Navy pants or shorts with belt loops (purchased from the store of your choice) on chapel days.    
  • Girls are to wear white, maize (gold), or cobalt (royal) polos with the Tattnall logo and solid khaki or navy pants, skirts, skorts, shorts, jumpers or approved Lands’ End plaid skirts on chapel days.

Grades 7-12:

  • Girls are to wear Lands’ End plaid uniform skirts and oxford shirts (light blue, white, or yellow) with the Tattnall logo on chapel days.
  • Boys are to wear khaki colored pants (no shorts) with belt loops, belts, and white, light blue, or pin-striped oxford shirts with the Tattnall logo.  Shirts must be tucked in and worn with a tie or bowtie that is of the same plaid as the young ladies skirts or is of school colors only (blue and/or gold).  
  • NO outerwear will be permitted on chapel days with the exception of a navy sports coat for boys and a navy blue cardigan for girls.  

Note

  • Students in K3 –6 grade must follow the dress codes above unless exception is noted.
  • For students in K3, K4, K5, tucking shirts in, however, is not a requirement due to their young age, but encouraged, if possible. Tennis style shoes are preferred for every child of this age. Putting the child’s name inside the outerwear is also helpful and suggested.
Summer Reading Selections & AR Testing Dates

Lower School

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Middle/Upper School

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Summer AR Testing Dates and Times:

Wednesday, June 7

9 am – 12 pm

Wednesday, June 21

3 pm – 6 pm

Wednesday, July 12

3 pm – 6 pm

Wednesday, July 19

3 pm – 6 pm

Wednesday, August 2nd

9 am – 12 pm

Wednesday, August 9

2 pm – 5 pm

Wednesday, August 16

Media center is open beginning at 9 a.m., as well as during Open House