Tarrallton Elementary School

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  • Office Hours: 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 

    Student Hours: 8:55 AM  -3:20 PM 

    Doors will open for Breakfast at 8:40 AM

     

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  • Tarrallton Dismissal and Inclement Weather Procedures for 2023-2024


     Tarrallton Attendance & Academic Recovery After School Tutoring

    When: Tuesday & Thursdays 4/16/2004 – 5/9/2024 from 3:45 – 4:45 p.m.

    For: K – 5th Grade Students who are approaching or have 10 or more absences

    K – 2nd Grade Students needing additional academic support in Reading and Math

    3rd – 5th Grade students needing additional academic support in preparation for the Spring SOLs

    Why: Tutoring and academic supports for all participating students.

    Attendance Recovery for At-Risk and for Chronically Absent students.

    No costs to parents or families.

    Invitations will be sent home after Spring Break. For more information, please contact, Mrs. Polk, Student Data Specialist,

    at, APolk061@nps.k12.va.us or by calling the Main Office at 757-531-1800.


     

    2023-2024 School Supply Lists

    PRE-KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST

    KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST

    FIRST GRADE SUPPLY LIST

    SECOND GRADE SUPPLY LIST

    THIRD GRADE SUPPLY LIST

    FOURTH GRADE SUPPLY LIST

    FIFTH GRADE SUPPLY LIST

     


     

    FEV Tutor

     

     


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    Tarrallton Tiger  

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     Vision:

     

    Our vision is to develop a love of learning in students who can solve problems and overcome challenges while contributing to the community.

     

    Mission:

     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.

     

    Instructional Focus:

     

    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 2024, 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 2024, 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.

     

     

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