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Catch the madness as we kick off our Tattnall Madness challenge, Battle of the Brackets! The challenge will bring classes head-to-head, competing for highest annual fund participation level by class, with the winning classes moving on to the next round. Tattnall Madness is a great opportunity for some friendly and fun class competition to show…
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TSA’s Lower School Student Council students are hosting a donation drive to benefit the Rescue Mission. The drive will last from March 6-March 10. The drive will help fulfill the needs of current and future Rescue Mission residents who are expecting. Items needed include: Strollers Cribs Car seats Pack-N-Play sets Monitors Books Blankets Towels Swings…
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Students across the United States will participate in the National Education Association’s signature program, Read Across America, on Thursday, March 2nd. This year-long program, now in its 20th year, focuses on motivating children to read through events, partnerships, and reading resources. “We want to emphasize the importance of reading by dedicating a whole day to meaningful reading…
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After a late start to his senior wrestling season (thanks to an outstanding football season), Christian Rodgers has dominated the wrestling circuit this year.  Headed into the state tournament, Rodgers holds a 26-2 record, with 24 wins earned from pins. Christian brought home a second place win at the GHSA Region 1A-B sectional tournament after…
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The varsity boys finished their regular season as the #5 seed in the region and #13 in the GHSA Class A power rankings. The Trojans had a strong showing during the regular season, beating the reigning state champions, Wilkinson County, twice. Game two brought a 56-55 victory with the winning points coming on a three…
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The Alumni Office at Tattnall Square Academy is now requesting nominations for the 2017 Joe Magnan Alumnus of the Year Award and the Athletic Hall of Fame, Class of 2017.   Established in 1996, the Joe Magnan Alumnus of the Year Award is presented to an alumnus who has made a substantial contribution to his…
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Tattnall students in grades 2-8 had the opportunity to audition for the cast of Annie, KIDS. The 50 member cast began rehearsals this week with their director, Mrs. Sarah Banter, and are working hard as they prepare for opening night. Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved…
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Tonight’s match-up against FPD brings an opportunity to capture a sub-region championship as well as the number one seed in the region tournament for the Trojans. TSA, currently 7-2 in the region, is now in a position that has previously evaded the Trojans since joining the GHSA. “For our team to have this kind of…
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Jimmy Marshall signed a letter of intent to play football with Middle Tennessee State today. While the 6’5″, 215 lb WR had several different schools show interest during the recruiting process, Marshall eventually chose Division I school Middle Tennessee State. Marshall showed early signs of greatness when he first started at Tattnall but suffered a…
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Take a peek in to any elementary school around Middle Georgia on the 100th day of school, and you will find parties, math exercises, crafts, or games geared toward celebrating this milestone day. However, on February 3rd at Tattnall Square Academy, the lower school will be filled with children who are gathering hundreds of canned…
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