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Mission Statement: The mission of Tyrrell Middle School is to develop in each student the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for productive citizenship, including a personally rewarding quality of life, appreciation of our heritage, and a commitment to the ideals of democracy. 

 

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Tyrrell Parents:

If you would like to honor a veteran in your family by including their information and photo for our Veterans Day display, please use the link below to access the form to fill out their information. We will be accepting submissions until October 24th.

Honor a Veteran

 


 

Yearbook purchase for 8th grade students click below

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Tyrrell Middle School Morning Announcments

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 Title IX School Notice

Congrats 2017 Jr. NVL Champion Cheerleaders!!! 🏆👏🏼👏🏼

 

 

 

 

 


  
Laura A. Woollett, author of Big Top Burning, Tyrrell’s summer reading book, visited TMS on September 7th. Tyrrell...
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Congratulations to our January Students of the Month!
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French students celebrated Mardi Gras by learning about the history and traditions surrounding this holiday in various parts...
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  Seventh and eighth grade French students attended a spectacular production of The Phantom of the Opera at the Palace...
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    Sixth-grade French classes made shoes for St. Nicolas Day on December 6th.  In some parts of France,...
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Beginning December 4th, Tyrrell students joined millions of students around the world by participating in the global Hour of...
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Thank you to all the veterans who came to share their experiences with us!
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After studying the Civil Rights Movement using informational text, a few of Ms. Tedeschi and Mrs. Wilson’s ELA classes...
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