Taylor Elementary Round-Up for 2018–2019

Taylor Community Schools’ KINDERGARTEN and TINY TITANS
PRESCHOOL ROUND-UP for the 2018 -2019 school year will be held
Thursday, April 12, from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. – 6:30
p.m. at Taylor Elementary School in Indiana Heights.

No appointment is 
necessary.

In order to attend Kindergarten, a child must be 5 years of age on or before
August 1, 2018. To attend Pre-K, a child must be 4 years of age on or
before August 1, 2018. To attend Preschool, a child must be 3 years of age 
on or before August 1, 2018, and be potty trained.
Parents need to bring the child’s official birth certificate, proof of
immunizations, and social security card.

A $50 registration fee is also due 
to secure your child’s spot in our
Tiny Titans program as we have limited s
paces available.

Please pass this information on to anyone you know who might be
interested in attending our Round-Up this year.
For further information, 
please contact the Taylor Elementary School Office at 453-3800.

Round-Up is a pre-registration process for our incoming Preschoolers and

Kindergartners. The morning session will be paperwork only, while
teachers will be available during the afternoon session to talk with you,
meet your child, and show you some aspects of our program.
Congratulations to Taylor Community School Corporation being selected as a finalist for 2017 Public Institution of the Year by the Howard County Chamber of Commerce with Indiana Universty at Kokomo and Ivy Tech of Kokomo. This was celebrated on Thursday, November 2nd at the 103rd Annual Celebration. Congratulations to the Indiana University of Kokomo for being named Public Institution of the year. Once again proud of our students, parents, staff, administrative team, school board, and community. Go, Titans!
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Solar Rendering
Solar Panel Initiative

"The Taylor School Corporation is again forging a new path for Howard County by adding solar panels to its property.

The Taylor district will be the first in the county to add solar panels, though other districts have discussed adding them. The district expects the panels to cut down on costs and provide green energy to school buildings."   - By Caele Pemberton Kokomo Tribune

Click here for to read the full press release.
Mission Statement

The Taylor School Community mission is to prepare and encourage our students for success in all life’s opportunities through the foundation of TITAN STYLE.

Vision Statement

Working together as the Taylor Learning Community, we will distinguish ourselves as a premiere educational site, ensuring a life of success and continued growth for all of our students.