|TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Parents looking for a unique and tuition-free, STEM-focused educational environment still have the opportunity to enroll their students at the Tallahassee School of Math and Science (TSMS) for 2021-2022. TSMS works to promote a lifelong love of learning in all of its students and still has several slots available for K-Third grade for the upcoming school year.
The principal of TSMS, Ahmet Temel, emphasizes the precautions and preparation the school is taking to navigate the impacts of COVID-19. “With mandatory masks, frequent sanitization of public areas and offering remote learning options through our E-learning Academy, we are making sure we can keep our students safe while still learning and being engaged,” he explained. “I am proud to say that our academic expectations have not faltered due to our new circumstances and our staff has found ways to adapt and still offer excellent services, including our at-home visits, while adhering to health and safety precautions.”
TSMS has made many changes over the past year, not just in terms of remote learning, but on their campus as well. “Our brand new middle school building opened in August of 2020 and includes a new teachers’ lounge, media center, STEM lab and classrooms for our students,” Principal Temel said. “This additional building has expanded our campus and allowed us to safely accommodate social distancing guidelines. We now have plenty of room to welcome a new class of students to the TSMS family.”