TRMS News & Information
Online Payments will not be available from June 15th - July 1st. We will be happy to accept payments after July 1st.
The TRMS Office will be open during the following hours this summer:
Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 2:30
Registration: Tuesday/Thursday 8:30 - 2:30 or by appointment
6th Grade Boot Camp
On Wednesday, July 31, 2019, rising 6th grade students are invited to a half-day boot camp filled with pertinent information on "Getting to Know TRMS." The session is free of charge, and both students and parents are welcome. Students will have opportunities to learn ins and outs of Taylor Road, from learning to open lockers to using technology. Parents will also have informational sessions of their own to learn about middle school expectations and strategies to navigate through social/emotional changes and needs of young adolescence led by a licensed counselor from the Summit Counseling Center.
You only need to attend ONE session, either in the morning or afternoon. There will be no snacks or meals served. Students may bring a water bottle and simple snacks. If you have more than one student wishing to attend the session, please fill out the form for each student using the link provided below. See you there!
Summer Reading List
Children who don't read over the summer tend to lose literacy skills while children who do read during the summer actually improve their reading ability. Fulton County Schools strongly encourages students to read avidly each summer.
In support of this effort, a committee of Media and Educational Technology Instructors (METIs) form all levels, elementary, middle, and high school works annually to compile a list of additional summer reading options The summer reading committee selected titles based on their appeal to students. The goal of this list is to provide students with a wide variety of books to enjoy during the summer months. Students may wish to read works form other level lists as appropriate. Please note that content and topics addressed in books for upper grade levels may not be appropriate for students at lower levels.