Box Tops for Education and Coke Codes
This year we will be collecting Box Tops for Education and Coke codes for our school. Please join us by saving any Box Tops for Education and Coke codes you have throughout the year. These can be dropped off in the Media Center anytime. This is an easy way for you to help our school succeed and earn extra cash for the things we need. We would greatly appreciate your participation!
School-based Health Center
School-based Health Centers make getting medical care as simple as walking down the hall!
What are the advantages of school-based health centers?
Your child will be seen by a specially trained pediatric provider.
You do not have to take time off work to visit your doctor’s office.
Your child will spend less time out of the classroom and away from school.
Your SBHC will be staffed on Mondays and Thursdays; however, Telehealth will be available 5 days a week.
If you haven’t already filled out the SBHC packet sent home by the school, please complete forms included in the link below. These forms will allow your child to be seen in the SBHC anytime throughout the school year. They can be returned to your child’s teacher, school nurse, or at the front office.
Parent Backpack - NEW!
What is Parent Backpack?
Parent Backpack is an online application that replaces the PowerSchool Parent Portal. With Parent Backpack, you are able to view your child's grades, school attendance, and any discipline incidents when you are logged into the system. Best of all, Parent Backpack works on any device and is mobile friendly.
To access Parent Backpack, go to https://parents.gcsbackpack.com and create an account. Please access directions by clicking on Creating a Parent Backpack Account - English Directions or Direcciones en Español.
To view a video on how to create your Parent Backpack, click on the blue Backpack icon.
Our 2018-2019 School Portfolio
To find out more information on Tanglewood Middle School, please visit our 2018-2019 School Portfolio.
2019-2020 School Supply List
Attention: Rising 7th Grade Parents
In accordance with South Carolina law, all 7th grade students must have the Tdap vaccination. Tdap is a combination vaccine that protects against three potentially life-threatening bacterial diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough).
Greenville County Schools requires that the vaccination (or an exemption) be completed and all immunization certificates be turned in to the school before the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year. Students will not receive their schedule if the school does not have all of their correct documentation on file. We appreciate everyone who has already completed the Tdap requirements. If you have not, please complete the requirements or exemption as soon as possible.
Get Your TMS Gear
Show your Tanglewood Pride! Visit our online store at https://schoolstore.jostens.com/