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Our Teasley Distinguished Gentlemen and PEARLS students need your help! They will be assembling care packages to distribute to those in need as a community service project. They are asking for donations of items to include in these care packages. Please consider signing up to donate one or a few of these items. A box in the lobby will be available to collect the donations. Thank you in advance for your support!! We will be accepting these donations until November 7th. 


Thank you!!

Tiger TROT

Hi Parents,

 We are so excited to have our annual TIGER TROT very soon (November 9th). The pledging will open soon- our school goal is $45,000.

Here are the steps to help you get started:

  1. Register your child at FUNRUN.com starting 10/23
  2. Reach out to friends and family with your link
  3. Keep in mind that all pledges are made online
  4. Cheer on your child at the Tiger Trot on November 9th.

We are looking forward to another successful year- we are SO PUMPED!!

Mrs. T


Hi Parents,

Just a quick reminder that as we move into the colder months that we will be wearing jackets, coats, and hoodies. Please, Please, PLEASE label your child’s “extras” with a sharpie. This avoids your child’s belongings getting submitted to the Lost and Found!!


Mrs. T

Red Ribbon Week

Monday– Wear Red!! We show that we are against using drugs and alcohol

Tuesday- “Put a sock on bad choices”- wear your best crazy socks!

Wednesday- “Dream Career Day”- what do YOU want to be when you grow up? Dress up like your dream career.

Thursday– “Teasley ES is PAWSitively drug free!”- Wear your Teasley spirit wear (Yellow class shirts would be fun!)

Friday– “Team Up against bullying and drugs”- Wear your favorite team gear/shirt.


We are looking forward to an amazing Red Ribbon Week! Thanks!

Mrs. T


Hi Parents,

It’s our class again. We are so VERY proud of TWO of our classmates who entered Reflections. Emory Morris and Avary Lockhart entered the Reflections contest for 2018-2019.

Emory Morris won for the primary arts category- his art work will go onto the County’s contest. We are so proud of you both!! Congratulations!

Mrs. T

The Candy Corn Bandit!

Hi Parents,

I’m not sure if your sweet children have informed you of the Candy Corn Bandit or not, but I will share here!

We have done such an amazing job being school leaders that I purchased some candy corn for us to share during snack time. While we were at specials, the candy corn bandit STOLE our candy! He or She left us clues to follow in order to find the candy corn. We had to use our prediction skills to think where we thought the bandit might have hidden our candy. We searched in the Library, the Cafe, PE, AND our playground. All of the clues led us right back to our room. The candy was back in our room- safe and sound! Check out our pictures. Ask us about the Candy Corn Bandit!!

Mrs. T

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