Tipton County Schools has partnered with Kelly Educational Staffing (KES) for our substitute teacher/paraprofessional needs beginning September 12, 2016. KES will handle all the aspects of our substitute employee program including hiring, training and scheduling. There are several advantages to this partnership such as the opportunity for substitute employees to have year-round employment and additional incentives exclusive to employment with KES.
To apply for a substitute teacher position at Tipton County Schools, please contact the local Kelly Educational Staffing branch office at (662) 895-0560 or email them at email@example.com.
Kelly Educational Staffing (KES®) is dedicated to helping districts save money and operate at peak capacity by fulfilling all staffing needs. As a complete education staffing solution, we manage substitute teachers as well as non-instructional staff such as custodians, cafeteria workers, administrative assistants, school nurses, and more. Launched in 1997, KES partners with 6,175+ public and private schools across 35 states and has 100% success improving substitute placement rates in all our partner districts. More than 2.2 million classrooms are filled by a KES substitute teacher each year. For more information, please visit www.kellyeducationalstaffing.com.
Munford Middle School 6th grade science students taught by Ms. Denise Butigan were busy the last two weeks of class. Ms. Butigan challenged them to design and construct a roller coaster that allowed a marble to go from point A to point B in 5 seconds by using the engineering design process and applying scientific knowledge. The results were some pretty amazing designs. Congratulations to the winners!
Hannah Turner, a senior at Covington High School, was one of 11 high school students from the Greater Memphis area recognized for their achievements as an Academic All-Star. The Academic All-Stars are awarded by The Commercial Appeal.
More than 500 students from 40 high schools in the Mid-South were nominated for the Academic All-Stars Awards, but only 196 were selected by the judges from area universities such as the University of Memphis and Rhodes College. The 11 winners were named the "best" overall in 10 categories for excellence in academics, school leadership and community service.
Turner was recognized for Career-Technical/ROTC. She holds a 3.94 GPA and has already completed 15 hours of college courses. Turner placed 1st in West Tennessee as well as the state for Sheep Production during the 2015-16 school year. She was the 2015 state winner for Equine Science and the 2014 state winner in Wildlife Management. She is currently a member of the Livestock Judging Team in and will compete at the state level on September 14, 2016. Congratulations to Hannah!
The Tipton County Schools recognized the Teachers of the Year at the Principals meeting held Wednesday, April 13, 2016. Ms. Christa Cross, 3rd grade teacher at Brighton Elementary, Ms. Carrie Sherfield, 8th grade math at Brighton Middle and Mr. Barry Trobaugh, Band Director at Munford High were honored. Pictured above, Dr. John Combs, Director of Instruction, Mr. Farrel Vincent, School Board Member, Mr. Marty Burlison, School Board Chairman, Ms. Sherfield, Ms. Cross, and Dr. William Bibb (Mr. Trobaugh was unavailable due to All-State Band activities).
ACT is conducting a free webinar aimed at students, parents, teachers,
and counselors. ACT will discuss interpreting ACT scores and what to do
with that information.
Date and time:
Your score report provides lots of great information beyond just your ACT Composite Score. This session will help you better understand what your ACT score means and how your score report can help you plan your possible next steps.
Instructor: Boris Dvorkin
Suggested attendees: Students who have recently taken the ACT test, as well as their parents, teachers, counselors, or other interested parties
The Tipton County Schools are currently waiting for shipping information on tests before rescheduling tests that were originally scheduled for February 8-26, 2016. We appreciate your support as we wait for further information.
In the best interest of our students and to protect instructional time, the Tennessee Department of Education has determined that they can not continue with online testing. Moving forward this school year, TNReady tests will be administered with paper and pencil. We will notify parents and stakeholders of new test dates once those dates are determined by the Department of Education. Thank you for your understanding and support as we move our students forward to a 21st century learning environment.
Congratulations to Munford Middle School student Ashlyn Cernigilia who took 1st Place in the District 9 Patriot's Pen Contest. The Patriot's Pen Contest is sponsored annually by the VFW and is open to students in grades 6-8. The essay contest encourages students to examine America's history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, by writing a 300-400 word essay expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief. Ashlyn's entry has been sent to the Department of Tennessee VFW's Patriot's Pen Contest to be judged with 10 other entries. Good luck to Ashlyn as she moves on to state competition!
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) has announced the winners of the fifth annual SCORE Prize, which honors Tennessee public schools and school districts with student achievement results that make them leaders in learning in the state. During the celebration, Weston Downing, a senior at Covington High School, won a Students Rise to the Challenge (SRTTC) scholarship worth $1,000 by submitting a video entry that described how one of his teachers helped him overcome an academic challenge. Weston created a video about the coaching his teacher, Melissa Barrell, provided to help him raise his math ACT score by 5 points. The SCORE Prize event was held on Monday, October 26, 2015 with an audience of nearly 1,500 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, TN. The evening was hosted by Senator Bill Frist, M.D., the founder and chairman of SCORE.
Covington Integrated Arts Academy (CIAA) celebrated it's Reward School status Friday, September 18, 2015. Parents and other community members joined students and faculty for a parade and balloon release. CIAA was recognized by the Tennessee Department of Education as a Reward School for progress. This recognition was achieved by being in the top 5% of schools in the state for academic growth.
As each grade level paraded they celebrated one of the tenet's of the "Leader in Me" program. The Leader in Me is FranklinCovey’s whole school transformation process. It teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader. CIAA began implementation of this program during the 2014-15 school year.