Cherokee County School District's Learning Management System is called Canvas, and it is available for all students, parents and teachers.
The Canvas LMS provides a seamless environment for students, teachers, and parents to access course content, assignments/assessments, grades, and attendance, along with the integration of additional technology tools such as OneDrive and Office 365. This brief video highlights the system’s benefits.
Instructions on how to sign up for Canvas.
Instead of distributing hard-copy flyers, CCSD offers this Virtual Community Bulletin Board for posting community activities and events that may be of interest to parents, students and staff.
To view your child's bus route information, please visit the Bus Routes page on the CCSD main website. Please note that bus route information is not available during the summer, but is posted prior to the start of the upcoming school year.
Please see the TMS calendar for school events, and some district events. For a full district calendar, please visit the CCSD Calendar on the main website.
CCSD offers an Emergency Notifications system, where parents can receive automated texts, calls or emails regarding CCSD emergency situations. For more information or to sign up, please visit the Emergency Notifications page on the main website.
Most all forms needed for school can be found on the district Forms page. For school-specific forms, please see the Teasley MS Forms page.
The CCSD Student-Parent Handbook can be found on the CCSD Handbook page.
School boundary maps are posted online as a convenience to Cherokee County students and parents. Pursuant to School Board policy, annual boundary focus group hearings are held throughout the school district when new schools are opening and/or student population growth necessitates school boundary changes. Please see PDF files of school boundary maps on the CCSD Maps page.
Parent and Family Engagement Plan
This is a plan that describes how Teasley Middle School will provide opportunities to improve parent engagement to support student learning. Teasley defines parental involvement as the participation of parents in regular, two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities.
• 2022-2023 District Parent and Family Engagement Plan- English
• 2022-2023 District Parent and Family Engagement Plan- Spanish
• 2022-2023 Teasley Parent and Family Engagement Plan- English
• 2022-2023 Teasley Parent and Family Engagement Plan- Spanish
Parent Teacher Student Compact
A Teacher-Parent-Student Compact for Achievement and Student Success is an agreement that stakeholders develop together. It explains how parents, students, and teachers will work collaboratively to make sure all our students reach grade-level standards.
Compact 2022 - 2023
Compact Espanol 2022 - 2023
Family Guide to Title I
Family Guide to Title I Spanish
The Cherokee County School District is pleased to have many partners in education. Partnerships create a year-round relationship that is beneficial to schools and community. Please see the Teasley Middle School Partners page for more information on our SHS partners in education.
The Cherokee County School District offers several payment options for students' lunch accounts, yearbooks, and more. Please see the school district Payments page for district options, and also the Teasley MS Payments page to view more options for making payments for your student.
Please see the Teasley Middle School PTSA Board Members posted on the PTSA page.
School Improvement Plan
A School Improvement Plan (SIP) is the result of a planning process through which schools set goals for improvement, and then decide how and when those goals will be achieved. The ultimate objective of the process is to improve student achievement levels.
The Cherokee County School District welcomes parents, students and the community to view its school improvement plans.
Please see the Teasley Middle School SIP on our School Improvement Plan page.
Schoolwide Plan 2022 2023
The Schoolwide Plan was developed with the involvement of parents and other members of the community including administrators, teachers, other staff members and students. It remains in effect for the duration of the school’s participation of Title I and revised as necessary based on student needs. It is available to the parents and public via the school website, front office and parent resource room in an understandable and uniform format. To the extent practicable and upon request, it will be provided for parents in a language that they can understand. It was developed in coordination and integration with other Federal, State and local services, resources and programs.