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P-16 Community Engagement Meeting

Please join us for our next P-16 Community Engagement meeting on October 12, 2017 at 5:30p.m. We will share updates regarding school improvement goals, student achievement, and address your concerns. Our council is only as strong as our parental involvement. Please mark your calendars and join us as we continue to “Strive for Better” at Earl Travillion Attendance Center!


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School Pictures

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Students will take school pictures on Friday, September 1st. Order packets will be sent home next week. Please make sure students are in their school uniform for their fall picture. Thank you in advance!

Registration for 2017-2018

ETAC will hold registration for the 2017-2018 school year from July 25-28, 2017. Please bring two proofs of residency. Proofs can be current mortgage/lease, current utility bill (within the past 30 days),  or a driver’s license. All kindergarten students must have a 121 immunization form and birth certificate to enroll. All incoming 7th grade students must have documentation of the TDAP immunization or they will not be allowed to report to school. Please use the links below to complete the online portion of registration for returning students. Registration is not complete until a parent or guardian reports to the school and provide the required documentation.

2016-2017 Online Registration (Returning Students Only)

Parents of new students need to contact us at 9601) 584-9303 for registration instructions.

All incoming Kindergarten and 7th Grade students must be current on immunizations to enroll in school.

The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) requires the Tdap vaccination for all students entering 7th Grade.

Immunization Requirements for 2017-2018 School Year


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Attendance Awareness 2017

This year’s theme Engagement = Attendance highlights the important role everyone can play in creating a welcoming and engaging school environment that motivates students and families to come to school every day.
The Campaign kicks off during the first  Attendance Awareness webinar, It’s a Matter of 1, 2, 3! This year’s webinar series emphasizes the importance of taking a comprehensive, tiered approach to improve attendance. Webinars will focus on one of three tiers of intervention and examples from districts, schools and communities that have moved the needle using data-driven, preventive strategies.
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P-16 Council/Irene Chapel-Palmer’s Crossing Fellowship and Transition Team

We would like to thank all of the parents and residents that attended our community meeting held on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Parents and residents were asked to complete a survey to identify needs in the school community. The team provided a detailed report that included data from the surveys as well as data regarding school improvement efforts. Our next meeting will be held in April. Please join as we work together to improve our school community. Tell a neighbor! Below you will find a link to the presentations that were shared during the meeting.

ETAC P-16 Council Presentation 2_9_17

P-16 Council:Irene Chapel Palmers Crossing Fellowship and Transition Team

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Read At-Home Plan

You are your child’s first teacher, and reading with your child is a proven way to promote early literacy. Helping to make sure your child is reading on grade level by third grade is one of the most important things you can do to prepare hm/her for the future. By reading with your child for 20 minutes per day and making a few simple strategies a part of your daily routine, you can make a positive impact on your child’s success in school. We are happy to provide you with this Read at-Home Plan, which includes strategies to help your child become a more proficient reader. Use the link below to access the plan provided by the Office of Elementary Education and Reading.