Tryon Elementary School was recognized by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction’s Federal Programs Division as a Title I Distinguished School Nominee Award for being one of the top six Title I schools in the state in student academic performance over three years. Pictured is Title 1 teachers Carey Upton (at left) and Kim McCool (at right) with students Samantha Chavez-Gonzalez, Amirah Gary, Annslee Kilgore, Amberlyn Scruggs, Jose Chavez-Bautista, Jeremiah Petoia, Preston Burnett, Cohen Edwards and Noah Simmons. See page 6 for the full story. (photo by Leah Justice)

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TES receives Title I Distinguished School

Published 4:50pm Tuesday, November 27, 2012

In late October 2012, Tryon Elementary was recognized by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s Federal Programs Division as a Title I Distinguished School for being one of the top six Title I schools in North Carolina in student academic performance over a three-year period.

We wish to congratulate Tryon Elementary’s staff and students on receiving this award.

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