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    TCES Named Reward School 
    The Georgia Department of Education has released its list of Reward Schools and Telfair County Elementary School has been named a Reward School in the Highest-Progress Schools category. Highest-Progress Schools are among the top 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. Congratulations to the administrators, faculty members, staff members, and students at TCES for their relentless pursuit of excellence. We would also like to thank all parents, guardians, and community members for their unwavering support of our school.
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Headlines & Features

  • The Deadline for Ordering 5th Grade Congrats Ads is COMING UP!!

    It is that time again, it is 2014-2015 TCES 5th Grade Yearbook Ad Sales. TCES invites all families of 5th Graders to purchase a Congrats Ad that will be published in the back of the yearbook. Reserve an AD for your 5th Grader TODAY!! It is a tradition each year in the TCES Yearbook featuring Congratulatory Ads for the current fifth graders who will be leaving us and attending Telfair County Middle School next year. We are inviting parents, grandparents, and family members to purchase Congratulatory Ads for their fifth graders. Click the article headline above for more information.

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  • TCES Writing and Math Competitors Announced

    Each school year, Telfair County Elementary School students are choosen to participate in the Heart of Georgia RESA Writing Math Contests, where their work is judged against the work of other students in the following counties: Bleckley, Dodge, Laurens, Pulaski, Wilcox, Wheeler, Treutlen, Montgomery, and Telfair. Click on the article headline above for more information.

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  • Frozen Star Visits TCES

    Princess Elsa, who was featured in the blockbuster movie hit Frozen, visited with Telfair County Elementary School students in kindergarten and first grade recently while they attended music classes. Princess Elsa (Telfair County High School Graduate—Summer LaFavor) read the story that the Frozen Movie was based on, sang some of the Frozen Songs to the students, and posed for pictures. TCES Students and Staff enjoyed Princess Elsa’s visit.

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  • School Will Begin Without a Familiar Face

    Telfair County Elementary Students returned to school on Tuesday, January 6, and when once returning they did so without one of their beloved staff members. With 21 years of educational experience behind her, TCES Para-Professional Delores Young retired, leaving behind many memories that she shared with the many students that they have inspired over the years, with her fellow educators many of whom they consider family members, and with the many administrators that she has worked for during her teaching careers. Click the article headline above for more information.

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  • A Candy Cane Surprise

    On Friday, December 19th, McRae Police Officers Ted Ruggenburg and Dustin Oliver surprised students at Telfair County Elementary School in Grades Kindergarten through Fifth with Candy Canes. The McRae PD Officers visited each of the homerooms to briefly educate the students about vehicle and bicycle safety during their Christmas Break, and to wish them a Happy Holiday. The TCES Students and Staff would like to thank Officer Ruggenburg and Officer Oliver for making this Christmas an extra special one for our school.

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  • TCES Teacher and Employee of the Year for 2015

    Each year, a Teacher of the Year and an Employee of the Year are chosen for the Telfair County School System. The process begins when principals nominate candidates from their schools. Next, all nominees complete candidate application forms and submit them to the curriculum director. Finally, applications are reviewed by a panel of retired educators and candidates are ranked based on their responses to a series of questions on the application. The panel then selects a teacher and an employee to represent each school, and the Teacher of the Year and Employee of the Year for the system are chosen from the school representatives. Click the article headline above for more information.

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  • TCES Shows Patriotic Appreciation

    Each morning, come rain or shine; frigid or comfortable temperatures; Telfair County Elementary School is fortunate to have five 5th grade young men who raise the American Flag in front of the campus each morning, and lower the flag each afternoon before dismissal. These five young men who have this patriotic job for the 2014-2015 school year are Dalton Meeks, Billy Rogers, Peyton Smith, Graham Spires, and Cameron Wood. TCES Principal, Mr. Anthony McIver, and TCES Assistant Principal, Dr. Judy Wood, want to thank these young men for their patriotic pride and devotion to their important task each day. Click the article headline above for more information.

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  • TCES 2014 Parent Survey Results

    In the spring of 2014, the annual Title I Parent Survey was distributed to all parents in the Telfair County School District. The survey was used to evaluate the Parent Involvement Program at each school. A summary of the survey results was created and used to revise the school Parent Involvement Policy for the 2014-2015 school year. To view the 2014 survey and survey results for your child’s school, click on the link above.

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