January 20 -- No School -- Martin Luther King Day
February 6 -- 3rd Nine Weeks Mid-Term Ends
February 13 -- 3rd Nine Weeks Mid-Term Report Cards Sent Home
February 27 -- 3 Hour Delay for Students -- Faculty Senate/PLC
March 12 -- 3rd Nine Weeks Ends
March 13 -- 3 Hour Early Dismissal for Students
March 19 -- 3rd Nine Weeks Report Cards Sent Home
April 10-17 -- Spring Break
April 23 -- 4th Nine Weeks Mid-Term Ends
April 29 -- 3 Hour Early Dismissal for Students -- Faculty Senate/PLC
May 1 -- 4th Nine Weeks Mid-Term Report Cards Sent Home
May 12 -- No School -- Election Day
May 25 -- No School -- Memorial Day
June 1 -- Tentative Last Day for Students -- End of 4th Nine Weeks
June 1 -- 3 Hour Early Dismissal for Students -- Faculty Senate
June 2 -- Tentative Last Day for Staff
TVMHS Student Handbook
STAR Reading/STAR Math
TVHS FFA Website
Counselors Page & Scholarship Information
SEE Your Student's Grades Online
LiveGrades is the online gradebook that our teachers use. As soon as they enter assignment grades, parents can see their student's grade! Parents can see how their children are doing in school before a report card is issued.
We have sent home information on how parent's login to LiveGrades.If you do not receive this information, please call the school and ask for Mrs. Ramsey.
Annual Notification of FERPA Rights
Under FERPA, a school must annually notify parents of students in attendance of their rights under FERPA. The annual notification must include information regarding a parent's right to inspect and review his or her child's education records, the right to seek to amend the records, the right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information from the records (except in certain circumstances), and the right to file a complaint with the Office regarding an alleged failure by a school to comply with FERPA. The school must also inform parents of its definitions of the terms "school official" and "legitimate educational interest."
FERPA does not require a school to notify parents individually of their rights under FERPA. Rather, the school may provide the annual notification by any means likely to inform parents of their rights. Thus, the annual notification may be published by various means, including any of the following: in a student handbook; in a notice to parents; in a calendar of events; on the school's website (though this should not be the exclusive means of notification); in the local newspaper; or posted in a central location at the school or various locations throughout the school. Additionally, some schools include their directory information notice as part of the annual notice of rights under FERPA.