Students and teachers sitting outside in rows on the bleachers.
Students playing on playground equipment on a sunny day.
Students sitting in rows in gymnasium bleachers
students sitting in rows with dogs from the animal shelter
Students sitting outside in rows on the bleachers.

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Summer Food Service Program Extended

The Summer Food Service Program has been extended for the remainder of the school year and all students will continue to receive free breakfast and lunch.  Please see the attached letter for refund information.

Covid 19 Updates:

Latest Update November 4, 2020

Safety is at the forefront of every decision being made by the leadership of the Tate
County School District.  As a precautionary measure, we have activated the hybrid
model for Independence High School (Hybrid activated on 11/4), Strayhorn Elementary
School (At Home/Virtual Learning on 11/5 and Hybrid activated on 11/9), and Strayhorn
High School (At Home/Virtual Learning on 11/5 and Hybrid activated on 11/9).  We have
had positive cases at the above locations. Contract tracing has been conducted and all
persons in close contact (someone within 6 feet of an infected person for 15 minutes or
more) with this person will be notified.  Close contacts will be quarantined for 14 days
from last known contact.  While quarantining, the students may not attend school or any
school activities   This decision was a very difficult one. We do understand the hardship
it may cause but safety is the driving force. The quarantined students affected will
receive notification through School Status. More information concerning the hybrid
model will be sent from the school level.

For a list of all the Covid 19 updates, click here

 

Strayhorn Elementary and Tate County School District's 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year Strayhorn Elementary and Tate County School District's 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year

SES would like to recognize this exceptional person for her outstanding commitment to our school! The honor of our Strayhorn Elementary School 2019-2020 teacher of the year goes to our beloved Second Grade Teacher, Sandra Moyer. Sandra was also chosen to be the 2019-2020 Tate County School District Teacher of the Year. Sandra has used her 27 years as a teacher to mentor her colleagues and her students both present and past.  She is well known for her kindness and her gentle way of leading her students to grow academically and personally each time she is with them. Congratulations to Mrs. Moyer for recognition well deserved!

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