The Tattnall County School System is asking for the public’s input on a strategic planning process they are working on. A meeting was held at TCHS September 16, but for those unable to attend, there is an online questionnaire that you can fill out so that your opinions get voiced. To access the survey, visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/8239VLT or you can find the link on the School System’s homepage at www.tattnallschools.org.
Romie Kirkland has been named the Grand Marshal to lead the TCHS Homecoming Parade in Glennville, Thursday, October 3. The parade will kick off at 4 p.m. and run through town. The Warriors will be hosting their Homecoming football game on Friday night, October 4.
The school nutrition program was also under question by parents because of some complaints of the flavor of the food, food choices and portion sizes. It’s not just a Tattnall problem, complaining is commonplace around the nation as a result of Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2012.
And the Yearbooks for TCHS 2013-2014 are now on pre-sale! Students can order them at the high school through teacher Ms. Gail Dixon, or anyone is welcome to come by The Tattnall Journal and place their order for one of the books, which will be coming out next summer. Yearbooks ordered in advance before December 31, 2013, are only $45.
Obituaries this week:
Martha G. Barrow, 74
Mrs. Vina Elois Gregory, 83
Fred Johnson, 72
Kelly P. Mincey Jr., 85
Mrs. Rosie Lee Harris Rogers, 85
Jacob Elisha Rowe, 74
Charles Sikes, 65
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