Mrs. Bone's Students
Pre-School students worked with Mrs. Bone and the ITRT, Mrs. Gina Powell, to use the iPads in their classroom. As they master eye-hand coordination, they were able to access Apps and worked with shapes, letters of the alphabet, numbers, listened to stories, and even accessed nursery rhymes to sing-a-long with.
Yearbooks are on Sale!!!!
TES Yearbooks are on sale until March 19th for $14.00! You can pay by cash or check (payable to TES) or you can use a credit card and place your order online using the order number 19657. Click Here to order your yearbook online.
Ms. Mercer's Students
To help students understand bartering and trading Ms. Mercer had her students practice it in class. Not only did the students have fun but they practiced economics with a real life experience!
First Grade Students Visit Farm
Our 1st graders visited the Westmoreland Berry Farm and learned a lot of great things. They learned how pumpkins grow, fed some farm animals, and picked pumpkins!
Welcome to Tappahannock Elementary School
Tappahannock Elementary School is the only public elementary school in Essex County, Virginia. We are located right in the town of Tappahannock with the beautiful Rappahannock River a stone-throw away. We serve grades Pre-Kindergarten to 4th grade.
We believe all children can learn in a nurturing environment. The TES staff believes education is a shared responsibility between students, teachers, parents and the community. We especially push literacy as that affects all subjects. Please use our website to learn more about our school and community. We look forward to seeing you and your children in our school!
Believing that each child has the ability to learn and succeed, the faculty and staff of Tappahannock Elementary School is responsible for meeting the individual i
nstructional needs. Basic skills, high academic standards, and a stimulating disciplined learning environment are required. We must provide a safe, caring, and inviting school climate which fosters healthy relationships among all. Through the cooperative efforts of staff, parents, and community, we are committed to providing a quality education which assists our students in becoming productive, self-sufficient citizens.