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Chambers of CommerceGibson County Youth Leadership Program (GCYLP)

Coordinated by Greater Gibson County, Humboldt, and Milan Chambers of Commerce

On Wednesday, October 21, the GCYLP conducted their annual Ag Day. As a part of that the students were taken on a tour of Green Acres, in MIlan. The PHS students enjoying Ag Day are marked in this picture with the rest of the contingent (students from Bradford HS, Gibson Co. HS, Humboldt HS, Milan HS, and South Gibson HS): #1 is Junior, Sam Driggers, #2 is Junior, Cheyenne Denton, #3 is Senior, Ann Taylor Elliott, and #4 is Senior, Zachary Taylor.GC Youth Leadership 2021


STEMtacular Trunk or Treat- Come by Peabody, Saturday night, from 6-9 PM!



Bright Spot Tour 2021

TSSD- a Bright Spot in Tennessee

TSSD is highlighted in this state publication, “Accelerating TN Tour 2021: Bright Spots Guide”. Commissioner Schwinn brought a delegation to TRMS this Summer to view our Summer Learing Loss Camp and came away impressed. Click here and scroll to page 16 to see the write-up!

While here, they also visited Peabody and were shown a plan for the library STEM project which is currently underway! We hope to have them visit again upon completion of that project in January, 2022.


TSTATSSD congratulates our own Bryce Agee on her selection as the Tennessee Science Teachers Association (TSTA) SCIENCE EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR for grades 5-8! This is a well deserved honor for Bryce, as she is leading the way for STEM at TRMS.

Way to go Bryce!


TSSDA Request for Help

TSSD, as well as schools across Tennessee and the country, are currently dealing with a social media issue and are asking for you to please deal with this at home as you see fit.

Please click here or on the TSSD logo to the left for more information.

Thank you!


Advance Child Tax Credit

Advance Child tax credit

The IRS is reaching out to America’s school districts to help them spread the word on the 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit payments, which could be to up to $1,800 per qualifying child.

The Advance Child Tax Credit is not just available to taxpayers with children that file tax returns, but also to people with children who have low or no income. Which could help many children escape poverty in America.

To qualify for Advance Child Tax Credit payments, individuals must:

     • Have a main home in the United States for more than half the year (the 50 states and the District of Columbia) or file a joint return with a spouse who has a main home in the United States for more than half the year; and

     • Have a qualifying child who is under age 18 at the end of 2021 and who has a valid Social Security number; and

     • If have earned income, made less than Modified Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of:

     • $75,000 or less for singles,

     • $112,500 or less for heads of household and

     • $150,000 or less for married couples filing a joint return and qualified widows and widowers


School Nutrition