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We will have school Friday, May 26th!
 
Good evening, Talley families.  First of all, thank you for your cooperation and patience today. I know an early dismissal can create challenges, but our Talley families responded quickly and helped make the best of an unusual and unexpected situation. I was hoping that the issue would be resolved in time for us to get back to school tomorrow, but unfortunately that is not the case. Based on information given to us by Suez Water and the state's Office of Drinking Water, we are going to keep the building closed and keep students and staff home tomorrow. We will have more information tomorrow afternoon after further tests are completed, and I will share that information when I receive it. Until then, I hope everyone has a healthy and productive day off tomorrow. If your home is in the affected area, I urge you to visit mysuezwater.com for additional information.
 
Sincerely,
Proud Principal Mark Mayer 

 NJHS Movie night has been cancelled in light of unexpected early dismissal and lack of opportunity for a final planning NJHS meeting. Monies collected will be refunded. Thank you for your understanding!

This Thursday, June 1st is our 8th grade Awards night. We ask that the 8th grade students be dressed to impress and be at school no later than 5:30pm. The awards night will start promptly at 6:00pm. We look forward to recognizing our 8th grade students and wishing them well as they go into high school.
 
Mr. Mayer

 
Talley Yearbook Sale

Thursday, May 25th –  Friday, May 26th

During All Lunches

Cost $30/CASH ONLY

*Students who pre-ordered yearbooks will pick them up during their lunch.

 
 
Attention prospective IBMYP families: please click the link below to find an important update regarding the admissions process. Please note, this letter applies to any students not already attending Talley Middle School.                            Rolling Admission 
 
 
             2016
 
 

 212

At 211 degrees, water is hot, but at 212 degrees, water boils. One degree makes all the difference - as does that one extra degree of effort in all that you do in life. 

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