TYLERTOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
813 Ball Avenue
Tylertown, MS 39667
TYLERTOWN "LITTLE" CHIEFS
Welcome to the 2023-2024 school year!
Tylertown Primary School consists of grades Pre-K through third grade. Our commitment is to provide a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers, and inspired learners prepared to thrive in the twenty-first century. Our staff is dedicated to providing academic excellence to each student and ensuring a safe environment in which to learn.
Teachers Teaching, Children Learning
To consistently TEACH standards to ENCOURAGE STUDENT SUCCESS
A few reminders to help your child have a GREAT DAY at school…
Have your child at school on time (drop-off begins at 7:30).
We want each child to have breakfast before they begin their day.
If you bring your child after 8:00, come into the office and sign them in.
Have your child ready to exit the vehicle when they arrive.
Pick-up begins at 2:20. If there is a change to your child’s pick-up/bus
routing please send a note to the teacher. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PHONE
CALLS and once we begin busload, WE WILL NOT take a child off the
If your child is picked up early from school, understand that he/she will be
responsible for any instructions/ work that they miss.
Thank you so much for your help.
News and Events
TPS Open House
The Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. partnered with PTO to provide refreshments for the Open House. Third-grade scholars sang "Rise Up".
Back (left to right): Tamika Butler, Teresa Atkinson, Cheryl Nichols, Kisha Thompson, Morica Stewart, and Nickalaya Chapman. Front (left to right): Tanya Wilson and Michel'la Quinn-Myers
Jamiya Henry, Elaysia Dillon, Jakiyah Andrew, Lori Falgout, Malaysia Bearden, Akhaias Dillon, Cailyn Magee, and Markyiah Hewitt
PROMOTION AND RETENTION
Walthall County students will be promoted or retained according
to the following guidelines:
1. Kindergarten promotion requires: Mastery of 70% of the
objectives/learning targets for each standard set forth by the
Mississippi Department of Education for English/Language Arts
and Mathematics. If mastery in any area is not met, the decision
to promote or retain shall reflect consideration of the child's level
of social, physical, and mental development, as well as the student's