Office of the Superintendent

Dr. Margie Pulley, Interim Superintendent, Dr. Stanley Ellis, Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Valarie Davis, RFHS Principal & Ms. Dianne Daley, Director DWJCTC Rosa Fort High School Graduates C/O 2019 Administrators/Directors (Attending Rosa Fort High School Graduation) C/O 2019 Students, Parents & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents, & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents, & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents, & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents & Staff Recognitions Students, Parents & Staff Recognitions

                           

    OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

 

                                                                                                 Dr. Margie Pulley
                                                                                 Interim Superintendent
                                                                                pulleym@tunicak12.org

 

Teresa Bass-Bland
Administrative Assistant
662-363-2811, Ext. 9231 
bass-blandt@tunicak12.org

 

 

FOCUS, VISION, MISSION, & GOALS

 

FOCUS

Teaching and Learning


VISION

The vision of the Tunica County School District is to ensure that all students are prepared to meet college and career ready standards


MISSION

The mission of the Tunica County School District is:

  • To provide strong instructional leadership;
  • Research-based instructional strategies;
  • High-quality professional development,;

Build parent and community partnerships, to ensure that all students are college and career ready.

GOALS

The goals of the Tunica County School District are:

  1. To improve student achievement; (All schools shall achieve at least a “C” rating) Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient on all state assessments; Increase the percentage of students meeting growth on all state assessments; Increase the percentage of students who pass the 3rd grade reading assessment at the first administration of the test; Decrease the percentage of students scoring levels 1-3 on all state assessments
  2. To maintain clearance of all process standards Continue to monitor implementation of all process standards.
  3. To ensure that every student graduates high school and is college & career ready; Monitor and evaluate student pathways to graduation; Increase the percentage of students meeting ACT benchmarks in each content area Increase the number of students participating in and passing AP courses Offer dual-enrollment classes and ACT prep courses.
  4. Encourage parent and community involvement Establish partnerships to inform, invite, and include parents in activities and the decision-making process. 

 

Upcoming Events for the Month of October 

  • Regular Interim Superintendent’s Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 in the Tunica Elementary School’s Auditorium @ 12:00 p.m.
  • Friday, October 11, 2019 (Professional Development) No Students
  • Monday, October 14, 2019 (Fall Break)