All Tucker County Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay tomorrow 11/29.
Update: All Tucker County Schools will now operate on a Polar Day today. Students are to complete snow packet #1. Staff is to report on a 2 hour delay schedule.
All Tucker County Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay tomorrow 11/28/23 due to extreme windchill temperatures anticipated in the early morning hours. We will assess the situation in the morning and issue another call if warranted.
Bus 9B (Julie Hull) will not be running this morning. If you can get your kids to school please do so. If not it will be an excused absence. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Wednesday (11/1) will be a 2 hour delay. Parent/Teacher conferences will be held that afternoon from 3:30 - 5:30. We hope to see you!
This is a reminder that there is no school for students on Monday October 9, 2023. It is a Professional Learning Day for staff.
Attention Davis Thomas Parents: There is no water at DT today due to a water pump break. Students will not be able to attend school today (DTEMS only). If your child has gotten on the bus already, they will be brought back to their bus stop after all morning runs have been completed. We appologize for the inconvenience.
12b is only able to run location side of its run. Limestone side is blocked by tractor trailer
BACK TO SCHOOL!!! The first day back to school for student's 1st-12th grades is August 29, 2023, please refer the following bus schedule for the 2023-2024 school year. We hope you have a great year!
Hello families, In the link below, there is a Parent and Family Engagement survey. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey and let Tucker County Schools know where we stand with parent involvement. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day!!! https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=S7AZ4AwzekaLrgn7FzdNauJUnZUCfEhDjbtTTVfmwHBUN1RJN01RSUU5OUpKQ1BZQklEWTZHTUlSRC4u
Thursday May 11th freshman and sophomore students will complete spring SAT benchmarking. Juniors and seniors do not have to come to school that day, as it will be a remote learning day for them. Teachers will provide work to take home, or will put it on Google Classroom for them to complete on Thursday. This makes up for the day in April in which junior students had to come to school, and others received a virtual day. Seniors may also use this day as their last opportunity to complete any required volunteer hours or community service hours.
Bus 14A is running about 30 minutes late this morning due to some mechanical issues.
Due to the winter storm warning and expected snow accumulation in our higher elevations all TC schools will operate on a 2 hour delay tomorrow (5/2/23). The situation will be reassessed in the morning and if necessary an additional call will be made.
Reminder…starting tomorrow 4/6 thru 4/10 we will be on Spring Break! Enjoy your time and hopefully you will get to enjoy some nice weather too. The board office will be closed on Friday 4/7.
Late last night we were alerted about a potential issue at TCHS. In order to allow our local law enforcement time to investigate and ensure the safety of our staff and students we issued a remote learning day for today March 27, 2023. I am happy to report that the investigation showed that there was no threat to our school or any of our staff/students. We would like to take this opportunity to praise our students for doing the right thing and bringing this to our attention. It’s always better to err on the side of caution. Remember if you see something say something!
All TCHS students will have a remote day of learning tomorrow (3/27). Staff is to report at normal time and DTEMS and TVEMS will operate as a normal day.
The TCHS boys basketball send off will be delayed one hour, they will now be leaving at 12:30 pm due to weather conditions.
Any Tucker County Schools student who does NOT ride the activity bus to Charleston for the girls game today, but comes with their family, will need to sign in with Mr. Rapp at the game in order for your absence to be excused. Excused absences will only be issued for the days that the girls are playing in Charleston this week. Mr. Rapp will be near the student section.
Update: The high school has been inspected by law enforcement with no signs of a bomb. The area has been cleared and deemed safe. Students are now returning to classes.
Tucker County High School has been evacuated due to a bomb threat message left on a bathroom mirror. All students and staff are safe and away from the building. Students are not permitted to leave at this time until police authorities investigate and interview potential witnesses. A team is currently in route to check the school and once cleared students will be able to return to classes. Students were not permitted to take their cell phones as they could be used as a detonation device. Please do not panic if you can’t reach your child. They are all safe and secure. We will post updates as we receive information.