Student Support Services
- 2018-2019 New Student Pre-Registration
- 2017-2018 New Student Registration
- Current Students Registering for the 18-19 School Year
- Tuition Students
- Acceptable Proofs of Residency
ADMISSION OF NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS
Non-resident students admitted to the Tupelo Public School District will be subject to payment of tuition upon admission. Listed below are tuition fees for grades K-12:
|Grades K-8||1@ $518.00||2@ $272.00|
|Grades 9-12||1@ $600.00||2@ $316.00|
Note: Families with more than one student will pay tuition for only the highest price student.
Tuition charges will include a basic charge reflective to the amount of local funds provided toward the general educational expense of resident students in grades K-8 and 9-12, respectively.Additional tuition charges will be assessed for expenses related to educational services that create an additional economic burden on the local funding budget of the district (Policy JBCC-E1 - Non-resident Tuition Charges).
A non-resident student shall have a release from the Board of the District of residence prior to applying for admission to the Tupelo Public School District as a non-resident student (Policy JBCC - Admission of Non-resident Students).
Note: To access TPSD Board Policies, click here.
For more information, please contact Ms. Pamela Traylor, Director of Student Support Services, at 841-8956 or email@example.com.
Thanks to the cooperative efforts of the North Mississippi Medical Center and the school district, the TPSD is presently served by four District nurses, four NMMC nurses, and one athletic trainer. Every day these competent and capable professionals work tirelessly to improve the overall quality of life and health of our students and their families.
Our school nurses are responsible for:
- the care of medically-fragile children in our school
- provide counsel and answers to the health-related questions of our students and staff
- promote healthy lifestyles and give “good health tips” to students and staff
- serve as front-line responders for health-related and injury emergencies in our schools
- train our staff how to respond and react in the event of medical emergencies
- teach good hygiene practices to our students
- determine when a child may be too ill to stay at school
In addition to these responsibilities, TPSD school nurses provide health care for many students who might not otherwise be able to obtain needed medical attention. Our nurses have established very close, working relationships with local non-profit groups, businesses, and agencies such as:
- CATCH Kids, Inc.
- Good Samaritan Free Clinic
- Tupelo Jr. Auxiliary
- Lions Club.
- make medical referrals
- secure financial assistance for glasses and hearing aids
- offer screenings for scoliosis
- identify dental problems and lice infestation
- detect general vision and hearing issues, and other developmental concerns.
TPSD school nurses spend many hours developing and/or reviewing medical action plans to meet our students’ individual needs concerning possible allergies related to food, insect bites, asthma, seizures, diabetes, and other specific health needs.
The mission of the Tupelo Public School District Counseling Department is to discover and develop the greatness in every child.
Jamie Vowell, Counselor: 841-8876
Jennifer Homan, Counselor: 840-5237
Tanya Kelly, Counselor: 841-8860
Karen Givhan, Counselor: 841-8933
Abby Tucker, Counselor: 841-8894
Liz Masley, Counselor: 844-8331
Sheila Kelly, Counselor: 841-8863
Stephanie Philip, Counselor: 841-8957
Anna Morgan, Counselor: 841-8864
Leontyne Anderson, Billie Reed, Manessa Hadley, Suzanne Blakey, Joni Nolan, Katie Schaffer
Annette Riddle, Wendy Ganaway
903 Fillmore Drive
Tupelo, MS 38801