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Acceleration Through Credit by Exam.

Students may accelerate a grade level in elementary schools or earn credit in one or more classes at the secondary level by scoring 80% or higher on exams that are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. Please click on the title above for more information.

Congrats to Taylor High School's Award Winning Color Guard!

Taylor High School's award winning Color Guard competed in twelve events on Saturday and brought home SUPERIOR FIRST DIVISION SCORES IN EACH ONE! Kudos to Alyssa Schweiger, Aiyanna Thompson, Lilly Alonzo and Deziree Gonzales on scoring above a 90! Double kudos to Deziree Gonzales on receiving the highest score of the entire competition. And Triple Kudos to Ms. Gonzales on her performance being called the STAND-OUT of the day with a score of 98. The guard will head to National Championships in Allen, Texas in mid-April.

Persuasive Papers Lead to Stuffed Pet Deliveries

After lessons on being persuasive and considering your audience, as well as how to write a letter, Pasemann third grade teacher, Ashley Rush, challenged her remote students to write and mail a persuasive letter to her about why they should receive a particular pet of their choice. (Click on the title above to read more)

Telehealth & Mental Health Services for Students and Staff

Taylor ISD has partnered with Virtual Care for Families to make it possible for your child to be treated under the care of a pediatrician or pediatric specialized provider right in the school nurse's office. Please see the attached document for more information.

Boys Soccer Playoff Game Tickets

The boys soccer team will be playing their next playoff game on Monday in Seguin 6:00 pm at Matador Stadium vs. Calhoun HS (Port Lavaca). Here is the link if you wish to purchase tickets.
https://www.seguin.k12.tx.us/page/athletics.tickets

COVID-19 safety protocols

Governor Greg Abbott has lifted the state mandate on facial coverings and building occupancy effective March 10, 2021. Taylor ISD will continue our preventative protocols, including masks and social distancing, until we can further review guidance from the Center for Disease Control and local health officials.

The safety and well-being of our staff and students remains our top priority. Until we can ensure all employees have the opportunity to be vaccinated, retaining our COVID-19 safety protocols helps to ensure a safe learning environment for students and staff.
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