News & Announcements

Change in Grab & Go Meal Program Beginning Monday, March 30

The Tishomingo County School District will change its “grab and go” breakfast/lunch pick up times to Monday and Wednesday ONLY beginning March 30th. These meals will contain breakfast and lunch meals for the week divided between the days. The district’s “grab and go” meal times are also changing. Times beginning Monday, March 30th, will be 10:00-12:00 noon. Pick up locations will remain the same and are as listed below:

• Belmont Elementary
• Burnsville Elementary
• Iuka Elementary
• Tishomingo Middle.

Per federal regulations, all children 18 and younger are eligible for free meals, and children must be present in the vehicle to receive meals. If families have questions, they may contact the district office or school.
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3/19 Superintendent Announcement

Per executive order of Governor Tate Reeves, schools will be closed through April 17, 2020. Guidance regarding instruction moving forward will be shared soon. We appreciate your patience as we work through this process. Free breakfast and lunch grab and go bags will continue to be available at the designated locations in our district from 9-11 Monday through Friday.
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Tishomingo County School District is Offering a Free Grab & Go Breakfast/Lunch Program

In light of recent events surrounding school closures due to the COVID-19 virus, beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Tishomingo County School District will be participating in the FREE Grab n' Go Breakfast/Lunch Program. This program will serve all children ages 18 and under and will provide breakfast and lunch within each pack. Meals may be picked up between 9:00-11:00 at the following designated locations:

Belmont Elementary
Tishomingo Elementary
Iuka Elementary
Burnsville Elementary

The district has designated these specific locations for this service, but would like to remind you that ALL students in our district may benefit from this program even though your child may not attend one of the designated drop off locations. Just a couple of reminders when picking up your meals. Due to the heightened awareness of exposure and the contagiousness of this disease, we respectfully ask that you remain in your vehicle at all times. A representative from the school will bring your lunch packs to you. Also, the workers have been instructed to only provide meals for the number of children 18 and younger that are physically present in the vehicle.
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3/16 Announcement - School Closed March 23-27

TCSD will be closed March 23-27, 2020, due to our continued guidance regarding COVID-19. All activities and events are suspended at this time. TCSD will send notifications at a later time as it relates to online learning and other learning options.

Again, the Lunch Program will be occurring during the week(s) while out.
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3/15/20 Updated Superintendent Announcement

This is a reminder that school is cancelled from March 16-20. All activities and practices are cancelled as well. Staff will report on Friday, March 20th. An update email has been sent to staff and needs to be read before arriving on the 20th. Plans will be made tomorrow to begin serving grab and go breakfast and lunches for students beginning Tuesday. Information will be sent tomorrow about locations and pickup times. The CDC has asked the public to avoid traveling domestically at this time. If you don’t have to travel, stay home. These precautions are to prevent COVID-19 spread to those in our community who have pre-existing health conditions and the elderly. Let’s work together to stay healthy and promote wellness to our community! We will update as the situation changes.
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Superintendent Announcement Concerning Coronavirus

As our nation, state, and communities face the impacts of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, the Tishomingo County School District wants to be proactive in our response to the virus and its spread. Due to many of our students, parents, and staff traveling over Spring Break to other states and countries, we feel it is best to cancel school next week, March 16 – March 20, 2020. This will allow us to give space and time to travelers in order to see if symptoms of COVID-19 appear. Our district is taking every precaution to insure campuses are ready for students to return to our daily routines. Each campus has undergone cleaning and sanitizing over the break and will continue to do so throughout this pandemic. On Friday, March 20th, faculty and staff will report to their respective schools for training and instructional planning moving forward. The district has a plan moving forward with educating staff and students on proper steps to prevent the spread of the virus. As always, the public should follow the guidelines issued by the Center of Disease Control:
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or the crook of the elbow
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are unavailable.

Also, the district is cancelling all field trips at this time and restricting visitors to our campuses. All sporting events for March 16-March 22 will be cancelled as well. This situation is fluid and will change from week to week. At this time, we feel allowing this week for our community and district to continue to assess the situation moving forward is best for our students, parents, staff, and community. Please be aware that days missed may have to be made up in May. We will await guidance and make that determination in the near future. Also, we will revisit our exemption policy for final exams to insure students have the capability to keep their exemption status. We have information regarding COVID-19 and other related information on our district website ( If you have questions, feel free to contact your child’s school or the district office.
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