TMS Teacher of the Year
2014-2015 Dress Code
Dress Code in English and Spanish
Parents are reminded that rising seventh graders must have the Tdap vaccination or they must submit an objector’s statement to their child’s school for students to attend school prior to the first day of school, Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Parents must provide their child’s school with documentation of the Tdap immunization, a religious exemption or a medical exemption. Parents are encouraged to submit document as soon as possible. If documentation is not provided before the first day of school, the student will not be allowed to start school. The Tdap vaccine protects against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough). State Law began the requirement for the Tdap vaccination beginning with the 2013-14 school year.
Summer Reading Programs
Join Tanglewood's Summer Reading Program! All you need to do is log at least 16 hours of reading throughout the summer, and fill out the reading log linked below. Students who return completed reading logs to the media center the first week back to school will receive a special lanyard and reading reward pin. There will be more opportunites to collect additional reading pins throughout the school year - collect them all!!!
Click here for reading log.
Tanglewood Middle students attending Southside High School next year may participate in their summer Reading program.
Click here for Tiger Reads Summer Program.
Online Lunch Application
Click here to fill out the online lunch application.
Parents-We Need You!!!!!
You can help make a difference! Any time or input that you have to offer is of value. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Rick Menzer at 355-4516. If you have an extra 30 minutes or even all day we would love to see you!
Capturing Kids Hearts
TMS is a Capturing Kids Hearts (CKH) school. CKH is primarily a process to:
- Build relationships with colleagues, families, and students
- Promote accountability and responsibility for each other and our students
- Help educators and students take responsibility for our own attitudes and behaviors - building self-managing classrooms and work places
- Help motivate educators & students reach high academic, career and professional goals
Capturing Kids’ Hearts promotes relevance, rigor and relationships. By teaching students respect and responsibility the process supports diversity, character education, bully prevention, service-learning and safe school initiatives. The entire process teaches employability skills and promoters career preparation. In the end, Capturing Kids’ Hearts provides educators with the tools to leave a legacy of impacted lives.