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STAAR EOC Retester Results Available to Parents

Taylor ISD parents/guardians of high school Dec. 2018 STAAR EOC retesters may access their child’s online STAAR Report Card by visiting Log into the Student Portal using your child’s unique Portal Access Code and date of birth. Click the title above for more details.
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TISD Offers Acceleration Exam

Taylor ISD is offering opportunities for secondary students to earn credit in academic subjects and for elementary students to accelerate a grade level by passing the appropriate examinations for acceleration.
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Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

October 28th through November 1st is Red Ribbon Week. It is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. The mission of Red Ribbon Campaign is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a Drug-Free America.
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Volleyball Playoff Shirts Available for a short time!

The volleyball team has secured a playoff spot! And they are currently tied for 2nd place with Salado, who we play on Friday at Salado. We will close out District at home on Tuesday Oct 29th on Senior Night against Liberty Hill. For those interested playoff shirts are available for pre-order (form is attached). No late orders or unpaid orders will be accepted; to order, contact Coach Carr or Coach Penn by the Tuesday, October 29th.
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THS Theater Department is proud to present The Yellow Boat by David Saar

The Yellow Boat is a glorious affirmation of a child’s life and the strength and courage of all children. This dramatization is based on the true story of David and Sonja Saar’s son, Benjamin (Tyler Cobb), who was born with congenital hemophilia and died in 1987 at the age of 8 of AIDS-related complications. A uniquely gifted visual artist, Benjamin’s buoyant imagination transformed his physical and emotional pain into a blaze of colors and shapes in his fanciful drawings and paintings. A Scandinavian folksong tells of three little boats: “One was blue, one was red, and one was yellow as the sun. They sailed far out to sea. The blue one returned to the harbor. The red one sailed home, too. But the yellow boat sailed up to the sun.” Benjamin always concluded his bedtime ritual by saying, “Mom, you can be red or the blue boat, but I am the yellow boat.” Told through Benjamin’s eyes and immensely imaginative artwork, The Yellow Boat sensitively explores the serious issues of death, dying, and AIDS. The result is a story about the power of imagination and art to transform our lives. The Yellow Boat is a glorious affirmation of a child’s life and the strength and courage of all children. Taylor High School Theater Department is proud to present the story Benjamin’s remarkable voyage Saturday, October 26th at 7:30 PM and Sunday, October 27th at 4:30 PM at the Taylor Main Street Auditorium, 3101 N Main St. Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Recommended for children age 8 and older, parents, families, and adults.
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