Taylor-White Announcements

Character Counts
December Character Kids

Congratulations to our December Character Kids! These students continually set positive examples for their classmates and we are extremely proud of their hard work!

Fri Jan 07 11:58 AM

Parent Meeting
Title 1 Parent Meeting

As a Title I school, we are required to convene an annual meeting to inform parents of the school’s participation in Title I programs and to explain Title I requirements and right of parents. Since the pandemic and strict guidelines for distancing are still in place, we were approved to hold a virtual meeting to ensure we meet the requirements. The video explains the basics of our participation and that of the LEA (Local Education Agency – MCPSS). Please sign the digital sign-in form in the comment below, so that we may have a record of those who participated in this virtual meeting.

Fri Sep 03 03:07 PM

Visitor Update

Parents, please read this important note. This isn't how we wanted the school year to start, but we are hopeful that our safety efforts will help conditions improve soon. Please do not contact the school to ask for your child's teacher's name. Teachers will have that information on hand on Wednesday, August 11th to help students get to their classrooms. We will make sure all students are taken care of.

Mon Aug 09 07:20 PM

Health Heart
Health Assessment Record Form

ATTENTION PARENTS: Please complete the Health Assessment Record form that you received at the "Meet Your Teacher" event. If you did not receive the form and have access to do so, please print both sides of the form below and complete it. This completed form needs to be returned on the first day of school, which is Wednesday, August 11th. Thanks for your help and support!

Mon Aug 09 07:18 PM

Welcome Back!

We enjoyed seeing many of our wonderful students and parents today during the "Meet Your Teacher" event! We are very excited to welcome students back to the school building on Wednesday, August 11th!

Mon Aug 09 07:10 PM




The mission of Taylor-White Elementary School is to provide quality instruction and guidance in a safe, nurturing, positive environment with the purpose of creating successful, productive citizens who can make a contribution to the global community.

Home of the Timberwolves

  • Students’ academic, social, and emotional development is the chief priority and must be fostered in a safe, positive, and supportive learning environment.
  • Educators, school staff, students, parents, and the community must collaborate to share the responsibility to ensure that all students become confident, life-long learners.
  • Students are capable of achieving the values of good citizenship, self-discipline, and self-direction, which are the foundations for pride in self, school, community, and country.
  • Each student is respected for his or her uniqueness and must be provided with differentiated and individualized instruction to meet his or her personal needs, achievements, and goals.
  • Students have the potential to develop an understanding and appreciation for diversity in society.
  • Students can be successful when provided with a variety of instructional approaches, with the goal of becoming successful citizens of the future.
  • Technology is fundamental to a successful education that prepares students to meet the challenges of an ever-changing society.
Keeping our kids safe

The Mobile County Board of School Commissioners met on August 6, 2021 for the purpose of discussing the current status of COVID-19 and its impact on our area, our communities and our students. Based on the information provided in presentations by local health care officials, a recommendation was made to the Board of School Commissioners to mandate face masks on all MCPSS campuses, buses and at all MCPSS events, including MCPSS athletic events. The recommendation was voted upon and approved by the Board of School Commissioners.  

Therefore, effective immediately, face masks are mandated for all MCPSS campuses, buses, and during all MCPSS sponsored events. The only exclusion to the mandate will be outdoor events when individuals can maintain at least six feet of social distancing. At such events, masks will be strongly encouraged.  

Additionally, at this time, students in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade (age 7 and under) are strongly encouraged, but not required, to wear masks.  

This mandate will remain in effect until further notice. 


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