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Upcoming Important Dates


July 27, 2015 - Turrill Office Opens
July 29, 2015 - Meet and Greet 6:00-7:00pm
July 30, 2015 - First Day of School 2015-16 School Year

2015 - 2016 Year-Round Calendar

2015 - 16 Suggested Supply List 


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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
Today is the last day for students this school year. It is also the first day of building a relationship with their teacher for next year. Early this morning our students were able to visit their new teacher and their new classroom, and they were excited! Where else but school can you get a fresh […]
Let the “Buddy Olympic” games commence! Mrs. White’s kindergarten students celebrated the end of the school year with their 5th grade buddies from Mrs. Decker’s room.
Students from early fives through fifth grade assembled in the gym and marched across the stage in commemoration of advancing to the next grade level.  They each shook hands with Mr. J. one last time before summer break.  We wish everyone a safe and happy summer.
This week Turrill Elementary students were visited by Science Alive and their animal friends. Students learned about amphibians, mammals, and reptiles. They learned how these animals have adapted to survive in their habitat.   Things like mammals having thick fur to survive harsh weather and armadillos curl into a ball when threatened. Students could touch the […]
Gym teacher, Kelly Johnson, planned, organized volunteers and facilitated field day today for the entire student body. The students participated in various physical and water activities at each of the 19 stations set up for their enjoyment.  Thank you parent volunteers and kudos to Mrs. Johnson.

Upcoming Events

  July 2015  
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   Meet and Greet
   Jul 29 2015 at 06:00 PM
   First Day of School
   Jul 30 2015
   In-Service day for teachers
   Sep 02 2015
   In-Service day for teachers
   Sep 03 2015
   Labor Day Holiday-No school
   Sep 04 2015

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