TYLERTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
204 High School Road
Tylertown, MS 39667
Tylertown High School serves grades 7-12. Our entire staff is eager to help all our students prepare for life after high school. THS asks that students' parents, families, and community encourage and support them on their path through high school.
Car Drop Off and Pick Up Instructions at THS
1.Only enter the Campus from the C Wing Gate. IN ADDITION, ENTRANCE TO THE CAMPUS SHOULD ONLY BE FROM MARTIN LUTHER KING DRIVE. VEHICLES WILL EXIT CAMPUS ONTO GULLEDGE DRIVE TOWARDS HIGH SCHOOL DRIVE. DO NOT TURN LEFT WHEN YOU LEAVE THE CAMPUS.
2. When entering campus the ONLY drop off spot will be under the canopy by the band room. Your child must have their temperature taken and be approved by school staff before they can get out of the vehicle.
3. Once your child has been screened and approved you will be directed to circle around in the parking lot in front of the band room and carefully exit campus from the same C wing gate that you entered except only turn right when leaving campus.
4. The procedures for picking your child up after school will be the same with the exception that they will not be screened. But you will line up in the same fashion.
5. Once you are off campus, your best exit is to turn on Hope Street and then either right or left onto Lynne Drive. A right onto Lynne Drive will take you to High School Road and a Left will take you to Louisiana Avenue. Please work your way to MS Highway 27 to completely vacate the area.
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES SO THAT THERE WILL BE A SMOOTH FLOW OF TRAFFIC EACH MORNING AND AFTERNOON.
This Months Events
-->August 17th.......Open Door at 5:30
Middle School FBLA
Tylertown Jr. High School students competed at the Mississippi Middle-Level FBLA 2023 State Conference on Friday, March 24th. All members did a great job representing Tylertown Jr. High School. We would like to thank all of our 7th and 8th-grade members who competed. Students who won in different categories were:
Harlie Fortenberry 3rd Place - Running an Effective Meeting
Kentavious Robertson 5th Place - Running an Effective Meeting
Ly’Nijah Holmes 3rd Place - Business Etiquette
A’blessed Ginn 3rd Place - Business Etiquette
Catelyn Dixon 3rd Place - Exploring Computer Science
Advisors: Alicia K. Ginn, Shavice Quinn, and Jennie Walker
BETA Induction Breakfast
Local Judge and Attorney Speak to Students
Mrs. Alicia Ginn’s Dual Enrollment Western Civilization Class had the opportunity to visit Walthall County Justice Court. Judge Carl Montgomery invited the class giving them the opportunity to sit in on some court cases and see how the judicial system works. Attorney Mark Holmes also welcomed the class.
In addition, both Attorney Mark Holmes and Judge Carl Montgomery visited Tylertown Jr High School the next day encouraging students to do well on their upcoming Mississippi State Test. They also talked to Mrs. Alicia Ginn’s Dual Enrollment Western Civilization class on the judicial system and did and question answer on the previous day's trip to Walthall County Justice Court trip.
Zoology Students Dissect Frogs
Dr. Evans' Science Classes are Rolling
Students demonstrate their electric car projects.
Credible and Appropriate Websites
(Google for researching students.)
(More than 100 reliable sources: encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauruses, etc.)
(This site provides information on history, government, science, business, people, etc.)
(This site provides access to books, poetry, proverbs, quotations, etc.)
(Library of Congress--It's THE Library!! It has links to art, religion, history, science, government, law, maps, sports, etc.)
(links are provided to sites about web research; English literature, poetry books, citing sources; Shakespeare; algebra; geometry; trigonometry; pre-calculus; statistics; economics; government; world history; United States history; biology; physics; chemistry; test preparation; computers; applying to college; Spanish; etc.)
Mrs. Alicia Ginn recently took a group of students along with students from Salem Attendance Center to the MS State Capital. This was a rewarding and educational experience to see how our House of Representatives handles business.
Students Visit Capitol