Tarrallton Elementary Information Board
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Summer Program Information
Summer Basic Skills Program (K-5) Enrollment Form (Summer School)
To learn more about these programs and more, please click here.
for Health & Safety
2020-2021 School Year
Enrollment: Please call 757-531-1800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to make an appointment.
You MUST sign in and use the meeting code and password provided
or you will not be permitted into the zoom session.
Courtesy of Ms. M. Brown (Tarrallton 5th Grade Teacher)
Student Single Sign-on to NPS Applications.
Clever can also be found on the NPS site under the STUDENT tab.
Accelerated Reader (AR) Can Be Found Here!
Sign in with the first part of your email and your password.
Click on after you login to Clever to get to AR.
Tutor.com services are free to all active Military duty families and
have been extended to DoD civilian employees as well.
Families can register by creating an account. Once registered, members can access any of the tutor.com services including: k-12 tutoring, parent coaching, and ACT/SAT prep.
Tarrallton Tigers 2020-2021 Grade Level School Supply Lists
Our vision is to develop a love of learning in students who can solve problems, and overcome challenges while contributing to the community.
At Tarrallton we believe education is the key to success and all students are unique and have limitless potential. The goal of education is to create independent critical thinkers.
Our mission is to teach, encourage, guide and support all students to reach their highest potential as successful lifelong learners.
The whole Tarrallton Community will collaborate to help every student show growth in their ability to comprehend through explicit instruction. We will measure our students’ growth using DRA, Common Formative Assessments, and SOLs.
Tarrallton SMARTe Goals
By June of 2021, 85% of students will meet grade level Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) benchmarks as measured by running records. The other 15% will continue to make progress in their ability to comprehend as measured by the DRA.
By June of 2021, all special education students will show progress toward their I.E.P. goals, as measured by progress monitoring tools (DRA, STAR, PALS, math and reading assessments, work samples, and running records). 100% of students will show growth in their ability to comprehend text.