Schedule, ID and Chromebook Information 2019-2020
Schedules will be released electronically on the following dates. Log into your infinite campus student account using the same login as you used for your Chromebook. The only difference is that you will NOT put the "@tiftschools" in the username field.
If you have a schedule concern you may visit the Schedule Concern Table at TCHS during the times listed below. You will not be able to call the school or your counselor with a schedule concern.
- Seniors: July 24 9:00-11:30 am
- Juniors: July 24 1:00-3:30 pm
- Sophomores: July 25 9:00-11:30 am
- Freshmen: July 25 1:00-3:30 pm
ID pictures can be taken during the times listed by grade level. Remember that you must be in dress code for ID pictures!
Additional ID Dates: Students in any grade level may have an ID made July 17-July 23 or July 26 between the hours of 8:30-11:30 am or 1:30-3:30 pm.
Chromebooks will be distributed the first week of school. Parents and students must have filled out Usage Agreement Form before students can get a Chromebook.
Thanks to all the parents that participated in the Parent and Family Engagement Survey on Bridge Day. If you were unable to take the survey, there is still an opportunity for you to have a voice in the decision-making policies for Title I by completing the survey. It is a short survey and should take a small amount of your time. The link to the survey is below. Again, thank you for your participation and willingness to help our school system.
TCHS Parent and Family Engagement Survey
Please take a moment to complete this Parent & Family Engagement Survey. This is a NEW survey that has been released and will open for responses on Friday, March 1, 2019. This survey is used to develop Tift County's LEA Improvement Plan which helps with federal funding (Title I-A, I-C, etc.). This survey will be available until April 30, 2019. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the TCHS Parent Liaison, Mari Smith (email@example.com).
The National School Climate Center defines school climate
as “the quality and character of school life” that is based on the “patterns of students’, parents’, and school personnel’s experiences of school life.” School climate can be influenced by the norms, goals, values, interpersonal relationships, instructional practices, and organizational structures within a school. Research has found that schools with positive school climates tend to have better test scores and graduation rates; in contrast, schools with negative school climates as a result of unsafe or hostile environments tend to have lower academic performance.
A sustainable, positive school climate supports people feeling socially, emotionally and physically safe. In a positive school climate people are engaged and respected. By contrast, disruptive and aggressive behavior such as threats, bullying, teasing and harassment creates a hostile school environment that interferes with academic performance. A hostile school environment fosters increased absenteeism and truancy because students feel unsafe at school. If a child is not physically and mentally in attendance, learning cannot take place.  National School Climate Center. (2014). School Climate. Retrieved from http://www.schoolclimate.org/climate/.
Below are the links to the Health Survey students are taking and the Parent Opt Out form.
Georgia Milestones End of Course Assessment