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How many words do you think you can read in a year? Research shows that students who read one million words each school year are able to develop sufficient vocabulary and improve reading proficiency. This year, Mrs. Stacy Chambers challenged Tattnall students to meet the one million word goal. As of this past Friday, May…
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After a split with Hebron Christian Academy in Saturday’s DH, the Trojans 5-0 shut out on Monday brought home the first GHSA A State Baseball Championship for Tattnall’s baseball program. Sophomore Logan Simmons answered the call on the mound for TSA and pitched a complete game. Nick DiPonzio, who signed with Wake Forest earlier this…
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It’s yearbook time again!  Beginning now through May 20, we will be taking orders for the 2016 edition of the Tattnall Square Academy yearbook Horizons. Please complete the order form and either mail it with your payment or drop it off in Mrs. Cheek’s office. Books are $60 each. Order forms should accompany all orders.  Additional…
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The TSA guidance office will host transitional grade level meetings for rising 7th grade students/parents and rising 9th grade students/parents. Meetings will take place in the Joe B. Hill Media Center on  Wednesday, April 13. Sixth grade students and parents will meet at 5:30 p.m., and eighth grade students and parents will meet at 6:30…
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During the week of April 18, 2016, Tattnall Square Academy will join other independent schools, both locally and nationally, in implementing for the third year the ERB CTP4 Standardized Test as our achievement test. In 2013, this test replaced the Iowa Test of Basic Skills previously administered to students in grades 1-8.  Below are the…
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It’s fair to say that Elizabeth Bass Hilliard has Tattnall blood running through her veins. This True Blue Trojan has spent the majority of her life associated with TSA, including 13 years as a student and now as a current parent.  This year, we are proud to announce that she has also been chosen as…
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As parents, we tend to worry about the “what if” when it comes to our children. As Tattnall parents, that worry is practically non-existent when it comes to sports and the possible injuries that accompany extracurricular activities. By definition, athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care,…
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Macon, GA. – After four years of dedicated service to the students and families of Tattnall Square Academy Dr. Brenda Shuman-Riley announced her plans to retire after the 2015-2016 school year. In a letter to Tattnall families, Riley wrote: __________________ “Today, I announced to the faculty and staff my intentions to conclude my time as…
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The Macon Telegraph’s annual Best of the Best competition is currently in the nomination period, and we need your help to secure the Best Private School title for the fourth year in a row! Community members should nominate businesses for each appropriate category and only the top nominated businesses will be listed on the official…
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Join us as we participate in Goodwill’s Donate Movement drive! Your contributions will not only help our local community but will also help Tattnall earn a grand prize of $2,500! For the past two years, Tattnall has won the annual competition and with your help we can continue the winning tradition! Simply bring in your…
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