Announcements

Summer Office Hours

All GCS Schools & Offices will adhere to the following summer schedule from June 6th through August 5th
Mondays - Wednesdays:  Open 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Thursdays:  Open 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
(Closed Mon, July 4, 2022)


Summer School

Families of students recommended for the summer school program should
have received a phone call, and a letter has been sent home.
Forms should be completed and returned to school, or
utilize the link below to register your child.

Breakfast, Lunch and Transportation are provided.
Summer School will be held from 8:30-3:15
Monday-Thursday for the weeks of:
June 20-23
June 27-30
July 11-14
July 18-21

Contact Ms. LeBlanc for more information at 355-4513 or at aleblanc@greenville.k12.sc.us
Register Here
Register Here

Escuela de Verano Tanglewood

Junio-Julio, 2022

Fecha/Horario
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Lunes-Jueves
Durante las semanas de:
Junio 20-23
Junio 27-30
Julio 11-14
Julio 18-21

Se proveerá Desayuno y almuerzo

Servicio de transporte disponible - Regístrate antes de Mayo 24

Las familias de los estudiantes a quienes se les recomienda el Programa de Verano debieron haber recibido una notificación por teléfono o una carta. las formas deben ser devueltas a la escuela o tu puedes completar la versión en línea en 
www.tinyurl.com/TanglewoodSummerProgram

Para mayor información comuníquese con 
Amanda LeBlanc
aleblanc@greenville.k12.sc.us
864-355-4513


GE Next Engineers: Engineering Camp

Students in grades 8 and 9 are invited to participate in a FREE, week-long, immersive Engineering Camp. Students will interact with experienced GE Volunteers, engineering faculty, and business leaders as they complete design challenges inspired by real-world scenarios, building an identity as aspiring engineers. Camp will take place at Clemson University August 1st - 5th and August 8th - 12th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visit NextEngineers.org to register.

GE Next Engineering Camp


TDAP Notices

Students entering the seventh grade, who have not received the Tdap vaccine by the beginning of next school year (August 2022), will not be allowed to attend school until they have received the vaccine and provided proof to the school nurse. 

These notices are being sent home to students who are not on record of having their TDAP shot.

TDAP Notice English

Estudiantes que ingresan al séptimo grado, que no han recibido la vacuna Tdap al partir del próximo año escolar (agosto de 2022), no se les permitirá asistir a la escuela hasta que hayan recibido la vacuna y proporcionado pruebas a la enfermera de la escuela.

Aviso TDAP


21-22 School Report Posted

Our 21-22 School Report is available by clicking the button below. 

The spanish version of this report will be posted later. 

21-22 School Report

Please let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback for our report
by using this form. We welcome your thoughts.

Report Suggestions

Judges Guide

image of first page of report that has pictures of students and staff and the words 21-22 Report to Parents and Community school contact information


Information for Rising 6th Graders

digital room with objects that are linked to information

Information for rising 6th graders has been posted on our website
under PARENTS.

You may also access this information via the links below:

Welcome Video

Bitmoji Classroom

 


Dress Code Enforced Starting Monday

Starting Monday the dress code will be enforced.  Parents we need your support to ensure students are appropriately dressed for school. Students should not wear the following items to school:

  • Crocs
  • Holes in Pants - take a pic if you are unsure and show it to an administrator before wearing it.
  • Form fitting outfits
  • bandannas 
  • Profanity or Inappropriate symbols on clothing 

Students should also keep their pants at waist level.  No undergarments should be visible. 


Parent Alert and Awareness

 

      

 

Social media and peer pressure, have definitely increased the challenges that our students between the ages of 11-14 face.  Middle school can be tough due to this.  

However, at Tanglewood, we have procedures and protocols in place to maintain a safe, secure and sound environment for your child. 

To help us continue moving in this direction, please be aware that kids in middle school all over the country are confronted with experimenting with Vaping, Edibles, and Cigarettes.  Further, they are also tempted and dared to get involved with taping fights, bullying and sending inappropriate pics, messages and videos to one another.  We need you to continue to talk with your children about these issues frequently.  Peer pressure is real, but parental involvement and engagement will minimize peer pressure significantly.  If you need support as a parent in dealing with any of these issues please call us, we can point you to great resources.  

We must all work as a team to keep our kids safe, sound and secure.  Due to our commitment to safety and a healthy environment, we have zero tolerance for: 

  • Bullying
  • Fighting
  • Drugs 
  • Vaping 

At Tanglewood we are working diligently to ensure that every student that attends our school has the best opportunity to learn, have fun, make friends and make wonderful memories.  Join us in this effort to keep our kids safe and aware. Please talk with them about the dangers and consequences of these activities.


Parent Friendly Standards

 

Click here to see the student standards

 


2021-22 Bell Schedule

2021-22 Bell Schedule


BECOME A CENTURION VOLUNTEER WE NEED YOU PARENTS & GUARDIANS


Tanglewood Student Enrollment

How do I enroll my child at Tanglewood Middle School?


Please contact Mrs. Hinrichs at 864-355-4515 or shinrichs@greenville.k12.sc.us to set up an appointment.  At this time, we are only enrolling by means of appointments due to COVID-19.  We are excited that we are your school of choice, and look forward to serving your educational needs.  

New Students to the District:  2 Proofs of Residency (utility bills, mortgage receipts, residential tax statements), The last report card, Parent ID, Birth Certificate

Transfers:  2 Proofs of Residency (utility bills, mortgage receipts, residential tax statements), Parent;s ID

Returning to the District: 2 Proofs of Residency (utility bills, mortgage receipts, residential tax statements), Parents ID

Transportation Form - English and Spanish