Below are resources that may help helpful information and resources.
- Children's Online Privacy Protection Act- COPPA
- Common Core Academic Standards
- Family Education Network
- Internet Safety- Parents guide to the internet
- National Center for Homeless Education
- National Parenting Center
- South Carolina Academic Standards
- South Carolina Education for Homeless Children and Youth Programs
- U.S. Department of Education Parents Page
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notification of Rights Under FERPA for Elementary and Secondary Schools
- Notification of Rights under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment
- Nutrition Services
- Student Directory Information Annual Notice to Parents and Guardians
- Student Handbook
- Student Health Services
- TES P.T.A.
- TES SIC
- Transportation Services
There are many ways that you can support Tigerville Elementary School. As always, thank you for your support!
Tigerville is participating in the FundingFactory® Recycling Program! The program runs year-round. Please donate your empty printer cartridges and laser cartridges and send them to the Library Media Center. We will recycle the cartridges through Funding Factory to earn cash. Campbell's Labels for Education program is a great way to earn FREE merchandise for our school. Participating in the program is easy - simply save labels from Campbell products and send them to school.
Send in Box Tops from General Mills Products. Please send in box tops from general Mills Products. Our school can earn money just by sending them in. For more information, click here.
Use The Ingles Advantage™ Card and help your local school. When you make purchases using The Ingles Advantage™ Card, Ingles will give back to the school a portion of those sales.
Use you Bi-Lo bonus card to earn rewards for school through the Boostersplus program.
Shop at Target and earn rewards for the school through the Take Charge of Education program.
Medical Information Links:
- Complete necessary medical forms
- Review the School Exclusion Lists of Contagious or Communicable Diseases
Parents/Guardians have the capability to access your child’s grades, attendance, disciplinary information, etc. on the Parent Portal. If you have not already signed up, please send a note or call the front office (355-4600) to request your child’s portal information. You will then need to come by the front office to pick up the form. These cannot be sent home with students.
Cold Weather Guidelines for Recess:
Wind Chill Factor 32°F or above: Outside participation allowed with appropriate clothing
Wind Chill Factor 31°F – 25°F: Outside participation based on teacher judgment. (If classes go outside, time should not exceed 15 minutes. The lower the wind chill factor, the less time spent outside)
Wind Chill Factor of 24° F or lower: No outside recess or participation
Extended Day Program
Our mission in the Tigerville Elementary Extended Day Program (EDP) is to provide a quality, safe, and inviting environment consistent with the structure found at Tigerville Elementary. Our quality after-school experience is one in which each child’s day is enriched through a variety of activities which emphasize the mental and physical well-being of every child. We achieve this goal by providing homework assistance, computer lab time, recess, arts and crafts, and a healthy snack each day. We strive to emphasize activities that promote self-discipline, self-respect, and a positive outlook on school life. Our staff is made up of experienced adults and college students, all of whom have prior experience working with children in a structured educational environment. The safety and well-being of each of our students is our top priority. Hours of operation are from 2:30pm-6:00pm. Please contact the front office if you are interested in more information.
The Safe Access to Vital Epinephrine (SAVE) Act, recently approved by the South Carolina Legislature, allows school districts to store supplies of epinephrine auto-injectors for identified school staff to use in emergencies for students with allergic reactions. It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians of students known to have a need for epinephrine to provide the school with specific medical orders and a supply of their own epinephrine at the start of the school year or upon transfer to the school. Please read the complete details regarding this policy.
Standard Meal Prices for 2017-18
Breakfast: All Students- No charge | Adults- $2.20
Lunch: Paid student- $2.50 | Reduced Students- $0.40 | Adults- $3.80
Extra Milk: $0.65