Taylor-White Announcements


Val-o-grams will be sold during the week of February 6th - 10th from 7:45 a.m. to 8:05 a.m. in the media center (library) for 50 cents each.

Thu Jan 26 04:02 PM

Peanut Butter and Jelly
Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive

Please help our Student Council and community by donating unopened containers of peanut butter and jelly throughout the month of February. Thanks for your continued support!

Thu Jan 26 01:36 PM

Kids Heart Challenge
American Heart Association Kids Heart Challenge

The American Heart Association Kids Heart Challenge has kicked off! We would love your support! Incentives for the top 3 fund raising students: 1. Be Mrs. Andrews' assistant for the day. 2. Be Mrs. Grosz's assistant for the day. 3. Be Mrs. Kubik's assistant for the day. Schoolwide Incentives: The top fund raising class will get a glow in the dark pizza party. If we meet the school goal of $11,000, then Mrs. Andrews will eat lunch on the school roof and Mrs. Grosz and Mrs. Kubik will camp out for the night at the school!

Tue Jan 24 04:05 PM

Character Counts
December Character Kids

Congratulations to our Character Kids for December! The character trait focus was caring and these students work hard to exhibit this character trait and set a positive example for their classmates! Keep up the awesome work!

Mon Jan 09 08:25 AM

MCPSS Preschool
First Class Preschool Pre-Registration for the 2023 - 2024 School Year

First Class Preschool pre-registration for the 2023 - 2024 school year will open online on January 15, 2023.

Wed Dec 07 09:44 AM




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.


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