Please join us on Wednesday, May 19th, at 10:00 a.m. for the OnTrack Greenville May Family Focus meeting. We will learn more about DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and "Dreamers". On Track Greenville is pleased to have Brittany Arsiniega facilitating this conversation. Mrs. Arsiniega is an Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Furman University. She is interested in law and society, especially the study of policing and immigration. The first half hour of the presentation will be held in English and the second half will be held in Spanish. OnTrack will provide gift cards to parents and guardians who attend the meeting.
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Get ready to return your devices! That includes hot spots!
Please make sure all devices are
CLEAN- wipe down, do not spray - remove stickers that are not barcodes
CHARGE- fully charge devices and bring in chargers
CHECK-IN - dates for in-person return May 28 and June 1. Dates for virtual return June 4 and 7 from 4-7PM
Fin de año Retorno de computadoras
-Quite cualquier adhesivo que haya colocado en el dispositivo.
-No quite los códigos de barras ni las etiquetas técnicas.
-Limpie la computadora y el cargador y elimine las marcas de bolígrafo/lápiz.
-Solo limpie los dispositivos, no los rocíe.
-Asegúrese de que su dispositivo esté completamente cargado.
-Asegúrese de que su computadora esté actualizada.
-Devuelva todas las piezas del cargador. Envuelva los cables y asegúrelos con velcro o banda elástica para que el código de barras sea visible para escanear.
Los estudiantes en persona devuelven sus dispositivos :
Mayo 28 & Junio 1
Los estudiantes virtuales devuelven sus dispositivos :
Junio 4 4-7 PM
Junio 7 4-7 PM
Important Testing Dates
Students Enrolled at Tanglewood
May 11 - SC Ready Writing
May 14 - SC Ready Reading
May 18 - SC Ready Math
May 12 - SC Ready Reading
May 19 - SC Ready Math
May 13 - SC Ready Reading
May 20 - SC Ready Math
May 26 - Algebra 1 EOC (Algebra 1 Students only)
Important Note: While GCS Virtual Program Students are in the building for testing, brick-and-mortar students will be at home eLearning on April 29, April 30, May 7
Students Enrolled in GCS Virtual Program
May 7 8AM - SC Ready - Math
Rising 7th, grade students must have the Tdap vaccination or their parent/guardian must submit an objector’s statement to their child’s school prior to the first day of school, Tuesday, August 22. Students not meeting the Tdap vaccination requirement will not be allowed to attend school on the first day.
Greetings Centurion Family. It's that time of year again when your feedback is requested for our state report card. Please go to the appropriate links below to provide your feedback regarding our school. This information is critically important, as this will give us needed data to help improve our school.
The survey may ask for the school code: 2301088
Teacher Feedback: https://ed.sc.gov/surveys/teacher-survey/
Student Feedback: https://ed.sc.gov/surveys/student-survey/
Parent Feedback: https://ed.sc.gov/surveys/parent-survey/
We appreciate your input and look forward to providing you with the results prior to the start of school next year. Dr. Walles
We are excited to welcome a new class of 6th graders to Tanglewood! Already, we are hard at work preparing for the arrival of our new students.
Our goal is to help make this transition as easy as possible for parents and students and provide the support needed during this time.
Please visit our rising Centurion Bitmoji page to begin exploring and getting to know our school. If you have any questions that you would like us to answer, simply add them to the form at the end of the slide presentation behind Dr. Walles Bitmoji.
This year, Tanglewood Middle School will be offering a face to face Summer Program for all students. The seats will be limited, and there will be a focus on students who have failed one or more core class during the first and/or second semesters in either virtual or brick and mortar instruction. Our summer curriculum is designed to build proficiency and skills that will enable students to be better prepared for their next grade level, and this includes high school. Parents should contact a guidance counselor for registration information.
Classes will be held from 8:30-12:30 Monday through Thursday during the weeks of June 21, June 28, July 12, and July 19.
No activity during the week of July 4.
Dress Code: No form fitting outfits, or short shorts. No sandals, feet must be covered. Wear regular school attire,
Students should bring water bottles to stay hydrated.
Graysen Walles, Ed.D.
Principal, Tanglewood Middle School
How do I enroll my child at Tanglewood Middle School?
Please contact Mrs. Hinrichs at 864-355-4515 or email@example.com. 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
Parents the current 2020/2021 is up and ready. Please click here for a copy.
Families, the 2021 dress code for Tanglewood Middle School is now available. Click here for a copy