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TCSD (TINA) Survey for Parents & Students

The Tishomingo County School District needs your help! Please complete the following surveys for parents and students. The results of these surveys greatly impacts decisions made regarding the funding of instructional programs and technology for the Tishomingo County School District.

Tishomingo County School District Announces Graduation Dates!

The Tishomingo County School District has set the following dates for the Class of 2020 graduation ceremonies: • Belmont High School – June 26, 2020, at 8:00 p.m. on Earl Alexander Field at Cardinal Stadium; alternate date will be July 17, 2020 • Tishomingo County High School – June 27, 2020, at 8:00 p.m. at Brave Stadium; alternate date will be July 18, 2020 Information regarding the number of allowable guests, social distancing guidelines, inclement weather plans, Senior award ceremonies, and Senior breakfasts will be sent at a latter date as the situation with COVID-19 evolves. The district looks forward to celebrating the hard work and achievements of its Seniors with their families in this historic occasion!

TCSD Suspends All Fundraisers

In light of all the events that are occurring and the recent actions of TCSD to suspend all fundraisers, the SkillsUSA donut fundraiser has also been suspended. Refunds will be issued to everyone when it is safe and appropriate to do so. If you paid by check, those checks will not clear your bank and we will void them to insure your funds remain with you. We thank you for your support.

Change in Grab & Go Meal Program Beginning Monday, March 30

The Tishomingo County School District will change its “grab and go” breakfast/lunch pick up times to Monday and Wednesday ONLY beginning March 30th. These meals will contain breakfast and lunch meals for the week divided between the days. The district’s “grab and go” meal times are also changing. Times beginning Monday, March 30th, will be 10:00-12:00 noon. Pick up locations will remain the same and are as listed below: • Belmont Elementary • Burnsville Elementary • Iuka Elementary • Tishomingo Middle. Per federal regulations, all children 18 and younger are eligible for free meals, and children must be present in the vehicle to receive meals. If families have questions, they may contact the district office or school.

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