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    Please note: Per the Department of Education and Escambia County School District, Student speeches do not reflect the endorsement, sponsorship, position, or expression of Escambia County School District.

    Homecoming Court Sign-Ups are happening now! Head to tatestudents.com to complete the Google Form. Sign-Ups will end on Friday, September 17!
    All vehicles parked on campus must have a decal on the bottom right hand side of your windshield near the steering wheel beginning Monday, September 20, 2021.
    Seniors, please stop by room 419, anytime during the school day, to complete a senior quote form for the yearbook. All quotes must be submitted by October 1.

     

    Posted 9/14/21

    Each year public schools across the state of Florida are required to hold elections to fill open positions on their School Advisory Committees. The purpose of this correspondence is to solicit interest that you might have in joining this committee. Nominations are open to any parent, grandparent, or guardian that has a student attending Tate High School regardless of grade. Your interest would be greatly appreciated by the administration, faculty, staff, and students.

    If you are interested in having your name placed on the parent ballot, please complete the GOOGLE FORM by Wednesday, September 22, 2021.  Voting will take place the following week. 

    Parents, you must use your child's single sign on in order to complete the nomination form. One nomination per single sign on.

     

    Posted 9/17/21

    If you need a parking decal for your vehicle, please see Dean Blackmon in the Dean's Office. Teacher parking is marked by yellow bumpers, Senior parking is white, and DE, DCT, OJT, George Stone students park in green. Visitor parking is red.
    Parking Decal 2021-2022 Application
    Athletic Clearance and Activity Form
     

    Posted 9/16/21

    Underclassmen pictures will be October 19 and 20 in the Innovation Center. Students will move through the picture process by science class. Pre-order packages will be sent home to enable cash or check purchases.  To purchase pictures with a credit card, please use pre-order link below.

    Posted 9/14/21

    Sept. 16
    Volleyball @ Milton, 9th- 4:30 JV- 5:30 VAR- 6:30
    Boys Football vs. Navarre @ Home, 9th- 7:00 JV- 5:00
    Sept. 17
    Swim & Dive, Dive Meet #4 @ Washington, 4:00
    Boys Football @ Navarre, 7:30
    Sept. 18
    Swim & Dive Patriot Swim Meet @ UWF, TBA
    Girls Volleyball @ Choctawhatchee, TBA
    Cross Country vs Washington @ PSC-Milton, 8:00

    Posted 9/14/21

    In order to offer our teachers and staff  regular opportunities for professional development, the Escambia County School District has scheduled three early release dates for students during the 2021-2022 school year. Those dates are September 22, 2021, November 3, 2021, and January 26, 2022. 


    On all early release dates, schools will serve lunch and regular transportation will be provided. Please contact your student's school with any questions.

     

    To determine your school's early release time for Wednesday, September 22, 2021, please click on the attachment below.

     

    Posted 9/11/21

    In an attempt to mitigate the recent uptick in positive COVID-19 cases in our community, the Escambia County School District will take the following measures, effective immediately:
     

          Cancel Open House events for all schools.

          Suspend visitor access for volunteers and mentors.

          Suspend large student assemblies and events during the school day.

          Suspend field trips. Exceptions are permitted for trips involving competitions and performances.

          Encourage social distancing, where feasible.

          Encourage frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer.

          Continue specialized cleaning techniques and sanitizing classrooms and common areas in schools.
     

    Superintendent Tim Smith notes, “We were set for students to participate in field trips and for volunteers to return, but COVID-19 case numbers have continued to increase since the first day of school. These safety measures are being implemented with the intent of protecting students and employees.”
     

    The continued need for these measures will be revisited at the end of the grading quarter in early October. The Escambia County School District will continue to work closely with the Department of Health to monitor actions and best practices related to COVID-19.

    ECSD 82421 TS/SP/CS

    Posted 8/24/21
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