TSBA Launches New Website
The Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) has developed a site http://mytennesseepublicschools.net/, with the idea that parents shouldn’t have to spend hours searching for answers to questions they have about public schools. Information should be easy to find. MyTennesseePublicSchools.net is a collection of resources and need-to-know information to help your child succeed in public school. Topics like District and Individual School Information will help you get started, and topics like The School System’s Leadership will deepen your understanding of the roles that various school personnel play in the operation of the educational process. MyTennesseePublicSchools.net was created by TSBA to provide districts with a resource to help parents get acquainted with the Tennessee public school system. Though many of the specific questions parents have can best be answered by contacting the individual school, this site presents general information about how to enroll, understand the school system, and get involved with their child’s education. The site aims to create a comfortable experience for those entering the Tennessee public school system by providing quick access links and various insight on how best to be prepared. This site has been designed for parents who are new to the Tennessee public school system. Whether your child is just beginning his or her first school experience; transferring from another state or country; transitioning from private school or home school; or you simply wish to be more informed about the Tennessee school your child already attends, this site will provide you with the resources to better understand Tennessee’s public school system. TSBA encourages school districts and state organizations to distribute this information freely. To share this site on your own Web site, please click here for a logo and coding.
This architect drawing is courtesy of Doug Short and is the plan for a historic update to the library along with
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