Category: Blogs

Have you begun Christmas shopping? Give back to TSA while you shop at Amazon.com! Amazon has a passive giving platform that is easy to access with a portion going back to TSA. All you have to do is go to AmazonSmile.com, log into your Amazon account, and choose Tattnall Square Academy. It’s simple and easy…
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Junior class teachers at Tattnall Square Academy are using Andy Weir’s novel The Martian as a catalyst in the Social Studies, Science, and English Departments.  Social Studies Chair, Jim Massey, took the lead by addressing the space race with his 11th-grade students.  Following the lecture, all of these students attended a showing of the movie…
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Tattnall Square Academy officially opened its elementary school Makerspace October 2.  The opening marked the culmination of a vision that began last spring, and students were able to use the new space Tuesday.  Part of the school’s STEM program, the Makerspace is an exploratory class for students in 1st through 6th grades, encompassing nearly 200…
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By Mary Catherine Sikes – Class of 2010 It’s Day 3 of NATM, and I wanted to talk today about why I became an athletic trainer (more specifically a high school athletic trainer). When I was in high school, I was that annoying track kid that gets random injuries that aren’t significant, but because of…
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Every story has a beginning. At Tattnall, we strive to provide each student with the resources necessary to write a GREAT story in life. Our students are shaped to be critical thinkers, chase dreams, discover new passions, never settle for anything less than their best, and above all, develop and strengthen their relationship with God.…
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Four athletic standouts in the Class of 2018 will continue their playing career at the college level. Logan Fink, Allie Gordon, Carley Ingle, and Logan Simmons will all advance to their respective universities where they will undoubtedly serve as integral members of their new college teams. Logan Fink committed to play baseball at Kennesaw State University. …
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Larry G. McLendon, Colonel Retired Col. McLendon is a life long resident of Macon, GA. He attended, Lanier Senior High School graduating in 1970. Immediately after high school, he enlisted in the Georgia Army National Guard as a Military policeman in the 30 th Military Police Company. He remained in that assignment and was promoted…
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Don’t forget to donate online at Funrun.com OR by using the pledge crowns that each student received last week to help raise money for our school! The Fun Run/Color Run is Wednesday, October 25 on the Soccer Field. Students may wear their Fun Run t-shirts to school tomorrow with athletic shorts and tennis shoes. This is a…
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Prospective parents in K3 – 1st grades are invited to our annual Preschool Open House on November 15 at 9:00 a.m. Parents will have the opportunity to tour our campus, meet faculty and administration, and learn why Tattnall was voted Best Private School and Best Preschool in Macon! Pre-register for Open House today using bit.ly/startstrongtsa or call…
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Parents/Guardians, Access to Schoology allows you, the parent or guardian, to view the homework assignments for your child’s courses, classwork and materials available for your child, and grades earned by each child.  We know you want to monitor the progress of your child/children, so please consider the following in regards to Schoology. If you have…
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