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8:15 Turrill Office Opens
8:30 Student Drop off Begins
8:37 First Bell - Students Enter the Building
8:44 School Day Starts
3:40 School Day Ends Student Dismissal
4:15 Turrill Office Closes

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Turrill Year-Round Elementary School utilizes a research-based, balanced calendar approach to teaching students and operating an early fives through fifth grade elementary school. Students and staff at Turrill reduce the traditional summer vacation by attending school in the month of August. The month spent in August is then spread out during the school year with additional breaks from the traditional classroom experience. The extra weeks off during the school year are filled with volunteer intersession weeks created around a theme. Students and staff are in school the same number of days as traditional schools. The title "year-round" comes from the classification the state uses due to the start date being prior to Labor Day.

What's New
Fourth and Fifth Grade Tech Team students were here at Turrill Elementary before regular school hours this morning to learn new computer skills. These students are learning “Blog as Portfolio.” They are creating a digital record of the great things they do at school. Unlike so many projects in the past where only the teacher […]
Students are once again staying after school to enjoy enrichment activities with adult volunteers. These programs have become a big hit with students who get involved.
Wacky Wednesday was a great turnout. Everyone was dressed wacky like wearing their clothes backwards and wearing bright clothes and rainbow clothes. Even the teachers were dressed funky. The students were wearing ties and even AFRO WIGS!!!! Everyone liked Wacky Wednesday it was by far the best day of the year. All the students and […]
Fifth grade students went to Skinner Lake in mid September to learn about Life Science. While they were there students did some pond dipping with nets to collect tadpoles, frogs, and other animal life. Some of their specimens were looked at under the microscope to investigate their body parts. Students were fascinated to see how […]
The halls were busy Monday and Wednesday of this week with families attending conferences. Parents were eager to find out how their children are doing in school and see what they can do to support at home. Children are excited to show their projects on display in the room and hallways. And the library was […]

Upcoming Events

  October 2014  
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   Boo Grams
   Oct 21 2014
   No school-Records Day
   Oct 24 2014
   Oct 27 2014
   Spirit Wear
   Nov 03 2014
   Box tops due
   Nov 05 2014

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